Curley's Deares is big hit with Geo. Mason baseball

College postcards

April 23, 1993|By Tara Finnegan | Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer

George Mason University right fielder Greg Deares (Archbishop Curley) has put together a 17-game hitting streak for the Patriots (23-7), who have won 12 of their past 13 games.

Deares, who transferred from UMBC last year, is 34-for-71 in the past 17 games with seven doubles, three home runs and 27 RBI. This season, Deares is hitting .398 with eight doubles, one triple, four home runs and 35 RBI.

He ranks sixth in the Colonial Athletic Association in batting average and eighth in RBI.

In Wednesday's sweep of Howard University in a doubleheader in Fairfax, Va., Deares went 4-for-6 and had five RBI.

In a 5-3 win over UMBC on Tuesday, Deares went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

"Greg proved from his years at UMBC that he is an outstanding Division I baseball player," George Mason coach Bill Brown said. "We're just fortunate that he chose to finish his college career at George Mason."

Women's lacrosse

Three Baltimore-area players are exceling for Cornell University, as Jennifer Bass (Maryvale), Mary Collins (Friends) and Sara Gur (McDonogh) are three of the Big Red's top scorers.

Bass, a sophomore, is second in team scoring with 18 points (16 goals, two assists) in nine games, senior midfielder Collins is third (eight, six) and junior midfielder Gur is fourth (six, two).

* Katie Aman (Notre Dame Prep) and Megan McGowan (Centennial) are pacing the Franklin & Marshall offense.

Senior midfielder Aman is fifth in all-time goal scoring with 121 and has 22 goals and 15 assists this season. Sophomore attack McGowan has 18 goals and three assists.

Men's lacrosse

David Evans (Loyola) paced No. 5 Brown's offense last week, tallying four goals and one assist in a 19-8 win over Harvard and two goals and four assists in a 13-7 victory over Pennsylvania.

Evans, a freshman for the Bears, has 32 points (19 goals, 13 assists), including 15 in the Ivy League.

* Attackman Andy Hilgartner (Calvert Hall) is leading Michigan State (5-5, 1-1 Midwest Lacrosse Association) in scoring with 29 points (seven goals, 22 assists). The senior co-captain has started nine of the Spartans' 10 games this season.

In the Spartans' 14-11 win over Air Force on Saturday, Hilgartner had two goals and one assist.

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