Georgetown, George Mason, and George Washington had multiple players taken in Major League Baseball’s draft.
The Hoyas would have four players drafted. All of them were pitchers. Lefty, Brent Killam was selected in the 11th round by the Angels. Righties, Nick Morreale (14th round, San Francisco), Jeremiah Burke (17th round, Chicago White Sox), and Jack Cushing (22 round, Oakland Athletics).
This was the first time Georgetown has had four players selected in the draft.
George Mason and George Washington had two players taken a piece. The Patriots had catcher Logan Driscoll taken in the second round (San Diego Padres). Driscoll becomes the highest player taken in school history.
Starting pitcher, Jared DiCesare, was taken in the 17th round by the Toronto Blue Jays.
George Washington shortstop Nate Fassnacht was drafted in the eighth round by the Philadelphia Phillies. He is the first Colonial to be selected in the first 10 rounds since 2010. First baseman Dom D’Alessandro was taken in the 22nd round by the World Champion Boston Red Sox.