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Former MLB player Tracy Woodson is now coaching Richmond as it heads into the 2014 season looking to improve upon some disappointing recent seasons.
Former University of Richmond athletic greats Sean Casey and Lou Wacker will be inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in late April.
Dr. Wilbon Harrison Daniel, who was passionate about history and baseball, passed away in his home on Dec. 30, 2013.
Tracy Woodson, formerly of Valparaiso and a member with 1988 World Champion Dodgers, officially became Richmond’s head baseball coach on Tuesday.
University of Richmond has hired Tracy Woodson as its new baseball coach, according to multiple sources. Woodson, a former MLB player, hails from Richmond.
The baseball team won 2-1 on Sunday, and senior Jake Mayers pitched the complete game. Afterward, the players shaved their heads in support of cancer research.
Senior Jacob Mayers was named to the preseason All-Atlantic 10 First-Team by College Sports Madness after going 10-16 with a home run in four games last week.
The Spiders extended their winning streak to four games with a 10-5 victory against Wagner College last Sunday. The team’s season record is now 9-2.
Spider baseball advanced its record to 3-0 on the season against Bucknell after a surprisingly offense-filled opener and strong pitching in all three games.
Though most of the baseball team’s offensive producers graduated last year, Coach McQueen is confident that its pitching can carry it to the A-10 tournament.