The Wilmington University Athletics Department is teaming up with the Alumni Relations and Development Departments to host a baseball reunion to celebrate the program’s rich history. The winning tradition began with the program’s inception at the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) level and has continued since becoming an NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) member in 2004.
Spring Break produced a lot of results for the Wilmington University athletics department last week, but three individuals shined for the Wildcats, as Logan Stinson, Noah Given, and Matt Warrington were all named on the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Weekly Reports, as announced by the conference office on Monday.
A three-run second inning was too much to overcome for the Wilmington University baseball team, as it closed its Spring Break trip to Florida with a 4-2 loss to Minnesota State Mankato on Saturday at the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex.
The Wilmington University baseball team scored three runs in the top of the eighth inning of game two to salvage a doubleheader split against Gannon on Friday afternoon at the home of Polk State College’s Bing Tyus Yard. The Wildcats dropped the opener, 4-2, but came back to win the nightcap, 5-2.
Down five before even stepping to the plate, the Wilmington University baseball team battled back to eventually tie the game, but St. Cloud State took the nonconference matchup, 11-8, in extra innings on Thursday night at the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex.
ix different Wildcats homered as the Wilmington University baseball team found its offense in a 20-10 victory over St. Anselm on Tuesday morning at the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex.
The bats were slow to come around for the Wilmington University baseball team on Monday, as the Wildcats dropped a pair of games at the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex, first to Gannon, 13-0, and then to Tiffin, 2-1, in the nightcap.
Seton Hill jumped out quickly and then broke it open with an eight run sixth inning, taking down the Wilmington University baseball team, 13-2, to begin the RUSSMATT Central Florida Invitational on Sunday at Bing Tyus Yard.
The 12th ranked New York Tech baseball team scored 16 of its 17 runs in a three-inning span, taking down Wilmington University, 17-2, on Sunday afternoon on Ebbets Field at the Ripken Experience to close out the 2020 opening weekend.