Great campus and surrounding area. They play at Shirley Povich Field about 10 miles away. The field is top-notch. As far as the program, they've struggled. I think they went 23-33 last year, however, you'll need to double check. I don't know how well their recruiting efforts are. The head coach, Pete Wilks, knows baseball and has a solid resume. The school is tops academically and very selective.
Great school with a wonderful academic reputation. If you can get into Georgetown then there are other similar schools you should investigate also. William & Mary, Elon, Richmond, Vanderbilt, Northeastern, and the Ivy league schools all have similar academic standings and better baseball traditions than Georgetown.
Agree with VADad, Georgetown BB won't compare with any schools he listed but Vandy is a huge step up in class (right now) so unless they've called you they might be tough. Not sure about Northeatern. Richmond is about double the tuition at W&M or Elon. I think G-Town closer to Richmond cost than to others.
I say them play against my son's team last season. It is apparent academics come first, baseball second. Same is true for my son's school, also catholic, however they are making an effort to improve the baseball program now that they have dropped football.
Scholarships don't increase the talent pool but they increase your chance of getting more of the available talent. All things being equal which is sometimes the case when choosing a school, the school that will present the lower bill or the greater value will likely get the player.
Wilks was at the Headfirst showcase in Sacramento, and told the group there that he had 9 scholarships, up from zero last year. My son really liked him; they chatted at length after one of his games. It would be one of my son's top choices if they maintain their interest in him.
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