Cleary and Field Named Georgetown Baseball Players of the Week
April 7, 2003 WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sophomore Andrew Cleary (Weston, Mass./Belmont Hill School) and junior pitcher Kevin Field (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) were named Georgetown baseball Players of the Week.
The Hoyas played five games over five days, falling to Navy and losing doubleheaders against Virginia Tech and Rutgers.
Field pitched in relief against Navy and got the start in the second game of the doubleheader versus Rutgers, pitching a total of nine innings while allowing three earned runs and posting an ERA of 3.00. Against Rutgers, Field fanned four through seven innings of work, giving up just two earned runs off four hits. Field did not earn a loss in either game keeping his record intact at 1-2 with a 6.92 ERA, good for third best among Hoya starters.
Cleary belted three home runs in five games en route to a six RBI week, including a pair of long balls in the second of two against the Scarlet Knights. Cleary belted his first home run of the week against Navy, earning six hits, four walks, and a .500 batting average in five starts. Cleary’s seven home runs, 24 RBI, and 19 walks lead the team, as does a slugging percentage of .593.
Georgetown plays five games this week starting with a trip to College Park to take on Maryland on Tuesday, April 8. The next day Georgetown rematches with George Washington in Arlington before hosting the Red Storm of St. John’s at Shirley Povich Field in a Saturday and Sunday three-game set. The first game of the doubleheader begins Saturday, April 12 at noon and the series finale kicks off Sunday, April 13 at noon.