Baseball Team Receives Proclamation from City of Shrewsbury

| September 12, 2012
Webster University Baseball

Coach Kurich received the proclamation from Shrewsbury Mayor Buckley.

The Webster University men’s baseball team is the recipient of a Proclamation by the City of Shrewsbury. Current baseball team members and coaching staff, and the 2012 seniors, were on hand to receive the Proclamation from Shrewsbury Mayor Felicity Buckley.

Head coach Bill Kurich received the Proclamation from Buckley in a brief ceremony at the Council’s weekly meeting on Sept. 11 at the Shrewsbury City Center.

Amongst the multiple ‘Whereas,’ the proclamation specifically cites the 2012 baseball team for winning its sixth straight St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title and its first ever NCAA III Regional Championship, and its NCAA III World Series appearance.

It goes on to mention the team’s single season record 36 wins, and that the accomplishments of the team were reached despite numerous injuries sustained before and during the season.

Individuals cited included pitchers David Mueller ’12, Steven Dooley, and Cody Hafeli, and hitters Tom Henke ’12, Cody Stevenson, Kevin Kojs, and Taylor Stoulp.

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