The Grey squad -- or Team RECON -- won Husky Baseball's annual Omaha Challenge on Thursday at the Dempsey Indoor to put a wrap on fall ball. The team consisting of senior captain KJ Brady, Blake Burton, Stevie Emanuels, Jack Johnson, Dylan Lamb and Brandon Leitgeb swept the tug-a-war finale to clinch a 2,350-2,000 victory over the White team.
The Pac-12 Conference released the 2018 baseball schedule and the Huskies will face six teams that participated in the 2017 NCAA tournament. Washington will also appear on the Pac-12 Network no less than 17 times.
Washington Coach Lindsay Meggs announced that eight players have signed their NCAA letters of intent and will join the Huskies for the 2019 season. While the class is smaller than the last couple of groups – just four pitchers and four position players – Meggs and his staff are celebrating a heralded collection that will be counted on to provide an immediate impact once they arrive on campus.
The Gold squad used a five-run first inning and four-run second to propel themselves to a runaway 11-2 victory over Purple in game two of the annual Purple and Gold World Series Thursday at Husky Ballpark. Gold also won the first game of the series, 6-3, on Tuesday.
Freshman Jonathan Schiffer collected three hits – including a pair of doubles – and drove in the go-ahead run to lead Gold to a 6-3 win over Purple in the first game of the Purple & Gold World Series at Husky Ballpark on Tuesday.
A rainy and blustery fall day in Seattle couldn't stop the Husky Baseball team from showing off all their hard work Wednesday as the Diamond Dawgs ran through drills in front of nearly 40 professional scouts as part of their annual Pro Day.