2016 Team Thanks and Post-Season Review

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On behalf of The 2016 Baseball Team and The Take ALS Yard Initiative, we would like to extend thanks to all of our fans and friends for their unwavering support.   The 2016 Bullets Baseball Team was nothing short of impressive,

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Post-Season Thanks

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The 2015 Gettysburg College baseball season is over. It is sad to acknowledge, but there is plenty to be proud of. The 2015 team: -Won 20 games, their fourth straight year with at least 20 wins. -Graduated their winningest Senior Class

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“Take A.L.S. Yard/Project A.L.S.” Day (April 25th, 2015)

From left to right:  Gettysburg College President Janet Riggs, Project A.L.S. (Meredith Estess and Erin Fleming), the Kirchhoff Family, Gettysburg College Senior Baseball player Cory Karagjozi, the Borman Family, Gettysburg College Baseball Coach John Campo
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Donate to Project A.L.S.

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Originally posted on Click on the "Make a Donation" Tab to Help Us Raise Funds for ALS Research!!:
If you would like to make a donation to Project A.L.S., please see the information below: You may make a…

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Article on 2015 “Take ALS Yard” Initiatives

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Check out the recent article on Pennlive.com – The Patriot News – on “Take ALS Yard” and it’s continued initiative in 2015. Enjoy the read and help Gettysburg Baseball and Project A.L.S. raise funds for ALS research. Thank you! http://www.pennlive.com/sports/index.ssf/2015/04/gettysburg_college_baseball_co.html#incart_2box_sports_index.ssf

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Donate to Project A.L.S.

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If you would like to make a donation to Project A.L.S., please see the information below: You may make a check payable to Project A.L.S. and send it to: John Campo Head Baseball Coach Athletic Department Gettysburg College Gettysburg, PA

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In Loving Memory of Tom Kirchhoff

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We are all deeply saddened by the recent news regarding the passing of Tom Kirchhoff on March 10th, 2015, after a long battle with ALS. This loss certainly strikes close to home to the Gettysburg College Baseball community, as well

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