The Emory University athletics department has seen three of its recent graduates awarded the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, bestowed upon student-athletes who excel academically and athletically, while also serving as leaders in the community
For the second consecutive season, Emory University Baseball standout Kyle Monk has been recognized for his excellence in the classroom as well as his performance on the diamond, earning a spot on the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America First Team as announced by the organization via press release on Wednesday afternoon.
Senior Jeff Ronpirin and sophomore Billy Dimlow were recognized by D3Baseball.com Tuesday morning as the pair was selected to the organization’s All-South Region teams. Dimlow was named the region’s Pitcher of the Year and earned a spot on the First Team while Ronpirin was tabbed to the Third Team.
The Emory University Baseball team’s 2017 season came to a close Friday evening as the Eagles were eliminated from the double-elimination NCAA South Regional tournament following a 4-2 loss to Roanoke College at Legion Field in Danville, Virginia.
The Emory University Baseball team opened the 2017 NCAA Division III Championships Thursday night, falling to Rowan University, 10-2, in the first game of the double-elimination tournament in Danville, Virginia.
The Emory University Baseball team will be making its fourth straight appearance in the NCAA Division III Championships and the 14th overall in program history as the Eagles were one of the 56 teams selected to the tournament field as announced by the NCAA early Monday morning.
Sophomore Billy Dimlow was named the Co-Pitcher of the Year and freshman Richard Brereton was selected as the Rookie of the Year as the University Athletic Association announced its 2017 All-Association Baseball team Wednesday afternoon as voted on by the six conference head coaches.
Emory University Baseball senior Kyle Monk was named to the Academic All-District First Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Thursday afternoon on the organization’s website.
Senior Brian Hernandez of the Emory University Baseball team was named the University Athletic Association’s Hitter of the Week for the second time this season and the fourth time in his career for his performance against New York University this past weekend.
After suffering a late-inning defeat to New York University in game one, the Emory University Baseball team used a 13-run outburst in game two to earn a doubleheader split on Friday afternoon at Chappell Park in Atlanta.
The Emory University Baseball team closes out the 2017 regular season this week with five games on the docket against No.-2 Birmingham-Southern and New York University, with all five contests set to take place at Chappell Park in Atlanta.
Emory University seniors Jackson Weeg and Jeff Ronpirin were chosen as the University Athletic Association Baseball Athletes of the Week after helping the Eagles to a series sweep over Brandeis University this past weekend in Boston, MA.
The Emory University Baseball program completed the weekend sweep over University Athletic Association foe Brandeis University, taking the final two games from the Judges on Sunday afternoon in Boston, MA.
Senior Jackson Weeg and sophomore Billy Dimlow each recorded complete game shutouts, combining for 21 strikeouts, no walks and only six hits allowed as the Eagles took the first two games of the series from the Judges Saturday night in Boston, MA.
The Emory University Baseball team continues its’ nine-game road trip as the Eagles venture north to Waltham, MA to face Brandeis University for a four-game series in University Athletic Association action.
The Emory University Baseball team dropped a twin bill at Washington University Saturday afternoon in University Athletic Association action. With the two losses, the Eagles fall to 19-10 overall and 2-5 in UAA games while WashU improves to 15-5 and 3-0 in conference play.
The Emory University Baseball program begins its season-long nine-game road trip this weekend as the Eagles travel to St. Louis, MO to battle the Bears of Washington University for four games in University Athletic Association action.