The Wilmington University baseball team couldn’t come up with the big hit, falling to South Division No. 2 Jefferson, 4-1, in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Quarterfinal on Monday afternoon at Alumni Field.
With a win in the first game against Dominican on Thursday, the Wilmington University baseball team finished third in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division, winning 8-6 before falling in the nightcap, 8-2, at Wilson Field.
The final regular season stretch produced three Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week for the Wilmington University athletics department, as announced by the conference office on Monday.
Matt Boyko threw six innings in game two to salvage a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division split with Chestnut Hill, dropping game one, 13-5, before battling back to take the nightcap, 4-2, on Monday afternoon at Wilson Field.
Tyler Campbell and Quintin Ivy powered the Wilmington University baseball team to a game two win at Goldey-Beacom, 5-1, on Sunday at Doyle Field, salvaging a split and a win in the three-game season series.
The strong starting pitching of Ryan Sandberg and Kyle Maxwell put the Wilmington University baseball team back in the win column on Friday, as they swept a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader from Bloomfield, 7-1 and 4-2, at Wilson Field.
A pair of two-run homers was enough for Goldey-Beacom to take down the Wilmington University baseball team, 4-1, on Wednesday afternoon in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference action at Wilson Field.
Heading into the final stretch of the regular season, the Wilmington University baseball team moved up one spot to sixth in the latest National Collegiate Baseball Writers (NCBWA) East Region Poll on Tuesday.
A three-run eighth inning pushed Jefferson past the Wilmington University baseball team, 8-6, on Tuesday afternoon at Alumni Field. Jefferson swept the season series from the Wildcats, 3-0.