By: Kolton Anderson
By Harry Wall Coming hot off the 2018 season, Hornets Men’s Baseball has their expectations set high once again as Shenandoah’s most winningest team in the last 10 years (.724) eyes down […]
By: Monica Baranko
Shenandoah University’s baseball team was ranked number one in the nation for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III baseball by D3Baseball.com on Tuesday morning.
Shenandoah men’s baseball won both its games this Saturday against the City College of New York Beavers.
The Hornets had seven wins going into their game this Wednesday. They kept their red-hot start by defeating the Blue Jays 9-4.
Shenandoah University baseball swept this weekend, going 3-0 against the Case Western Reserve Spartans.
“He’s a leader on and off the field, but I can still joke around with him all the time,” roommate and teammate, Camden Abbey, said of Abel Arocho.
Shenandoah University’s baseball team won all four games in their opening weekend of season on Feb.18-19.
“You can’t take today for granted,” Luke Nussman, sophomore business administration major and organizer of the fundraiser, said. “It feels good to give back.”
If the men keep at it, they could make a run at a repeat gold, in Lynchburg, Va. against the top six teams in the ODAC.
Rachel Levy, Staff Writer
The Hornets Baseball team wants to defend their ODAC championship, but it’s not 2015 anymore; it’s a new year with more teams vying for the trophy.
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