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Virginia Baseball | No. 14 Virginia Returns Home for Midweek Matchup Against GW

Virginia Baseball | No. 14 Virginia Returns Home for Midweek Matchup Against GW

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – After an ACC road series win over the weekend, No. 14 Virginia (14-1) returns home on Tuesday (March 14) for a non-conference tilt against George Washington (4-12) at Disharoon Park. First pitch is set for 4 p.m. and the game will be broadcast live on ACCNX.


TV: ACCNX | RADIO: Virginia Sports App/ | LIVE STATS:


Tuesday – 4 p.m.
George Washington: LHP Shugy Klein (n/a – collegiate debut)
Virginia: LHP Connelly Early (3-0, 2.16 ERA, 16.2 IP, 4 BB, 21 SO)


  • Tuesday marks the lone home game in a seven-game span for the Cavaliers. Virginia will be back on the road beginning Thursday at No. 23 NC State.
  • UVA was the last undefeated team in the country winning the first 14 games of the 2023 season. Including Virginia, there are five one-loss teams in college baseball – South Carolina, LSU, Louisville & Wofford.
  • Virginia climbed three spots in the D1Baseball Top-25 to No. 14. The Cavaliers are inside the top-10 in four of the six major college baseball polls and are as high as No. 4 according to Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.
  • Virginia has won 11-straight games against non-conference opponents at Disharoon Park, including all 10 this season.
  • The Cavaliers rank fourth in the country in team batting average (.351), fifth in team ERA (2.66) and sixth in fielding percentage (.987). Only Virginia and the consensus No. 1 team in the country, LSU, rank in the top-20 in all three categories.


  • Virginia has won 13-straight games against the Colonials, including a 10-2 victory last season at Disharoon Park.
  • Under head coach Brian O’Connor, the Cavaliers own a 17-1 mark against the George Washington.
  • Virginia is 28-12 all-time against George Washington in a series that was first played in 1905, a 22-1 Cavalier victory.
  • In last year’s meeting, Cavalier lefthanded pitcher, Jake Berry earned his first career win after pitching 2.1 innings of relief.
  • Back on March 30, 2011, against George Washington, Virginia’s Will Roberts pitched the 24th, nine-inning perfect game in NCAA History and the second in ACC history. The righthander needed just 98 pitches and struck out 10 batters in the historic performance.


  • Virginia ran its win streak against the Tar Heels to six-straight games before falling in the series finale on Saturday evening. The six-game win streak against UNC was the longest since UVA won…

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