Webster University’s baseball team is playing in the College World Series for the first time in school history. The Journal has all the bases covered with stories and photos from the Gorloks’ run to the CWS.
An emotional game with a fateful fourth inning and a scary moment in the eighth spelled a Gorlok elimination from the College World Series. Marietta scored 10 unanswered runs to win 12-7. Read for postgame reaction from coach Bill Kurich and Webster senior players.
A pair of mental mistakes by Webster senior catcher Matt Moore nearly cost the Gorloks a win against Kean University. After the game, Moore could only think back to his high school playing days, when a similar sequence of events produced the same result.
The Gorloks will take on defending Division III champion Marietta College (Ohio) on Monday May 28 at 1:15 p.m. The winner advances, and the loser goes home. Find out what the Gorloks will be up against and who their starting pitcher will be.
Taylor Stoulp's walk-off single proved to be the difference in an 8-7 Webster win. The Gorloks had blown a three-run lead against Kean University, but Stoulp's heroics helped Webster stave off elimination.
Webster baseball hit a bump in Game 1 of the College World Series. The Gorloks will look to get their offense back on track and avoid elimination in Game 2 against Mid-Atlantic Regional champion Kean University.
Pitcher Cody Hafeli's gritty performance helped Webster narrowly defeat Birmingham-Southern, 3-2. The Gorloks will now play in their first College World Series, which begins May 25. Read for postgame reaction from pitchers Steven Dooley and David Mueller.
Birmingham-Southern's 9-7 win over Illinois Wesleyan University on Friday night sets up a rematch for Webster. The Gorloks will face Birmingham-Southern once again, this time for the NCAA Central Regional Championship. A victory for Webster means the team will earn its first ever trip to the College World Series.
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