One of the traditions at RWU Law is the trek south for the annual national law school softball championships, hosted by my alma mater, the University of Virginia. The Mighty Quahogs have performed well in the past http://law.rwu.edu/blog/rwu-mighty-quahogs-successful-season-ends-virginia and this year was no exception.
The tournament featured teams from George Washington, Georgetown, NYU, Columbia, Rutgers (Camden and Newark), Cornell, UConn, Chicago, Fordham, Yale, Brooklyn, Harvard, Michigan, Notre Dame, Regent, Ava Maria, Florida Coastal, Seton Hall, Albany, Baltimore, American, Syracuse, and Vermont.
RWU faced off against one of 4 (!) UVA teams, Cornell, UConn, Penn State (forfeit) and Fordham, finally losing to UVA Blue (the team that eventually came in second).
Congratulations to the latest iteration of the Mighty Quahogs!
The players are left to right: Will Yost, Joe Carnevale, Sean Leonard, Evan Magnone
Back row: Dan Hopkins, Pat Nemes, Capt. Greg Hoffman, Rory Munns, Tom Paglirini, Nick Parrillo, and Teddy Yost.