Goldey-Beacom's Braden Kolmansberger and Garrett Musey were named to the second team All-East Region by the NCBWA. Kolmansberger broke multiple records and achieved a 28-game hitting streak, while Musey showcased his power and patience, leading the team in several statistical categories despite injuries. Both players played pivotal roles in placing their team in the NCAA Tournament, marking the third time in the institution's history.

By the Numbers
  • Kolmansberger: 55 RBI (2nd in CACC), 67 hits (tied for 1st), .353 batting average (13th)
  • Musey: 10 home runs (3rd in league), .361 average (6th), .521 on-base percentage (1st), 11 doubles (16th)
Yes, But

While Kolmansberger and Musey achieved significant individual success, the team still faces challenging opponents in the NCAA Tournament. Despite injuries, Musey's consistent performance highlights his resilience and crucial role in the team's achievements.

State of Play
  • Goldey-Beacom is participating in the NCAA Tournament for the third time.
  • The team was ranked second in the East Region for most of the season and reached as high as 22nd nationally.
What's Next

Goldey-Beacom faced Post in its first game of the NCAA Tournament, and further matches will determine if the team can capitalize on their strong season and continue advancing in the tournament.

Bottom Line

The accolades for Kolmansberger and Musey reflect their standout season and the overall success of Goldey-Beacom's baseball team, underscoring their potential impact in the NCAA Tournament.