The Team is greatly appreciative that Tommy, and Mr. and Mrs. Kirchhoff attended Monday’s home game against Johns Hopkins. They must have been a talisman as the Bullets knocked off the #2 ranked Blue Jays for the second time in a week, 7-1. The win streak now stands at 10 after beating McDaniel College 3-1 at Kirchhoff Field yesterday. The Bullets record to 11-4 in conference play with three games remaining.
The Team has also began ‘going yard’ itself as Juniors Alex Posch, Tommy Lenior, and Ben Roessle have all connected for home runs (two for Lenoir) in the past two weeks.
As a reminder, the Bullets matchup on Saturday at Kirchhoff Field against Haverford will not only be “Senior Recognition Day” but it will also be “ALS Awareness Day,” as the team welcomes the Kirchhoff family and Project ALS to the ballpark in between games of the doubleheader.
If you cannot make it to this game, but feel inclined to support the cause, you can donate via PayPal below. Keep the Kirchhoff family in your heart and Go Bullets during this weekend’s playoff push.