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George Washington University

NCAA Division 1

Atlantic 10

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If you're a high school baseball player who is looking to compete at the collegiate level, look no further than George Washington University. Located in the District of Columbia, GWU offers an excellent academic and athletic experience in an exciting city setting. GWU also boasts one of the most talented and well-rounded recruiting classes in the country, so if you're hoping to play college baseball within the Atlantic 10 Conference, George Washington should be atop your list of potential schools. The program also renovated their facilities in 2012, to include stadium seating, dugouts, a new press box, and much more. Keep reading to learn more about not only the Colonials' baseball program, but also the university itself.

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Atlantic 10 Baseball Schools

Davidson College

NCAA Division 1
Conference: Atlantic 10

Fordham University

NCAA Division 1
Conference: Atlantic 10

George Mason University

NCAA Division 1
Conference: Atlantic 10

George Washington Baseball Recruiting Overview

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Current Position Depth (2022)



Roster Size



Graduating Players by Position

Baseball Schools in District of Columbia

Catholic University

NCAA Division 3
Conference: Landmark Conference

Gallaudet University

NCAA Division 3
Conference: United East Conference

Georgetown University

NCAA Division 1
Conference: Big East

George Washington Baseball Roster Details

Redshirts

2022: 6

2021: 3

2020: 4

2019: 4

2018: 3

2017: 2

Freshman Retention Rate

2022
57%
2021
40%
2020
100%
2019
44%

Incoming Transfers

2022: 2

2021: 4

2020: 3

2019: 4

2018: 4

Height by Position 2022 (Inches)

Middle Infielders:

3Bs:

1Bs: 73

Infielders: 73.2

Catchers: 73.7

Outfielders: 72.8

Utility: 72.6

Pitchers: 75.1

Height by Position 2021 (Inches)

Middle Infielders:

3Bs:

1Bs: 73

Infielders: 72.6

Catchers: 75

Outfielders: 72

Utility: 71.8

Pitchers: 73.7

Division 1 Baseball Programs

University of Pennsylvania

NCAA Division 1
Conference: Ivy League

Yale University

NCAA Division 1
Conference: Ivy League

Canisius College

NCAA Division 1
Conference: MAAC

George Washington Baseball Handedness

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George Washington Baseball Player Details

Homestate

1: New Jersey

2: Pennsylvania

3: New York

4: Florida

5: Virginia

6: Maryland

7: Ohio

8: Texas

9: California

10: Washington

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George Washington University Admissions

Acceptance Rate

41%

SAT Verbal Range

630 - 720

SAT Math Range

650 - 750

ACT English Range

31 - 35

ACT Math Range

27 - 31

SAT/ACT Requirement

Considered but not required

SAT/ACT Percent Submit

SAT: 52%

ACT: 31%

High School GPA

Recommended

High School Rank

Neither required nor recommended

High School Record

Required

Reccomendations

Required

George Washington University Costs

Net Price

Not Reported

Average Net Price by Household Income

< $30k: Not Reported

$31k - 47k: Not Reported

$48 - 75k: Not Reported

$76 - 110k: Not Reported

> $110k: Not Reported

Tuition

In-State:​ $54453

Out-of-State:​ $54453

Other Costs

Room and Board: ​$14300

Books and Supplies: ​$1400

Fees: ​$85

Other Expenses: ​$1525

*All net price figures represent the average cost for undergraduate students after grant and scholarship aid.

 

George Washington University Student Body

Enrollment

Total:​ 31641

Undergraduate:​ 13428

Graduate:​ 18213

Gender

Men
40%
Women
60%

Graduation Rates

4 Year
73%
6 Year
81%
8 year
81%

Demographics

American Indian or Alaskan Native
0%
Asian
10%
Black or African American
10%
Hispanic or Latino
8%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders
0%
White
47%

George Washington University Financial Aid & Student Loans

Percent of Students Receiving Financial Aid

77%

Average Total Aid Awarded

$29939

Average amount of federal grant aid awarded

$6501

Average amount of state/local grant aid awarded

$1629

Average amount of Pell grant aid awarded

$4926

Average amount of institutional grant aid awarded

$31651

Percent of Students awarded student loans​
41%
Percent of Students awarded federal, state, local or institutional grant aid​
75%
Percent of Students awarded federal grant aid​
16%
Percent of Students awarded state/local grant aid​
2%
Percent of Students awarded Pell grants​
15%
Percent of Students awarded institutional grant aid​
75%

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