By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It has already been a record-setting season for the St. Joseph’s Hawks.READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Officials To Provide Update On July 4 Parkway Shooting That Injured 2 Officers
A 7-4 victory over Rider on Tuesday was the 27th of the season for the Hawks, and that is a new program record. St. Joe’s currently enjoys a 27-10 record and their 13-4 conference mark has them sitting all alone in first place in the Atlantic 10.
“We have a veteran group,” St. Joe’s head coach Fritz Hamburg tells KYW Newsradio. “And the guys that are contributing quite a bit, with their experiences over the past three and some of them four years, it’s all kind of coming together. Not only from a baseball standpoint, but their relationships with each other as teammates, their trust in one another and those type of things. I think they recognize that we’ve set the bar pretty high and I think they’ve set the bar high. And the greatest thing about it is they are all enjoying doing what they’re doing, as are we as a coaching staff.”
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