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The Prep Baseball Program seeks to run a Division 1 style program in concert with the school’s academic reputation. To that end, the program has seen 54 players go on to play in college since 2011 and has 11 current players committed or signed to play in college. According to Baseball Cube, Prep is top 10 in the country for players on current Division 1 rosters. Colleges, past and present, include UVA, Notre Dame, Duke, Wake Forest, Boston College, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Virginia Tech, Maryland, and George Washington.

The Hoyas have 10 regular season IAC championships (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022 and 2023) and 7 IAC tournament championships since 2011 (2012, 2013, 2015, 2019, 2021, 2022 and 2023. The 2019 varsity team went 31-5 and was ranked number three in The Washington Post. The 2021 team was undefeated, with a record of 14-0, and the 2022 season ended with Prep's third consecutive IAC Championship and a ranking as high as #2 in the state of Maryland and top 5 in The Washington Post.

The 2023 team was labeled an emerging dynasty by The Washington Post. This 2023 team finished with a record of 25-7, losing just one game after the IMG spring break tournament and winning 15 out of 16 to claim the 4th straight IAC championship. The team finished ranked 3rd in The Washington Post rankings and received number ONE rankings in Maryland by Prep Baseball Report and Xposure. This was the second straight year that GP had a first team All Met player in the Washington Post as both pitcher and position player, and the second straight year we had the IAC Player of the Year.

The schedule is routinely filled with the other best programs in the DMV and Baltimore and plays a national schedule against teams from Massachusetts to New Jersey to Florida. The program has seen multiple number one and top three rankings by Prep Baseball Report for both private school programs and all programs in Maryland.

The JV program has enjoyed extensive success as well; players that win titles at the JV level are the groundwork of the program’s achievements year over year. In the past 11 seasons, the JV team has won both the IAC regular season and tournament championship every year. Coach Venker has been the JV coach for the last six seasons and a JV coach for 11 seasons.

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Prep students who committed to play baseball in college (past 6 years)

Class of 2023    

  • Tony Perrotta - University of Virginia
  • Tommy Roldan - University of Virginia
  • Colin Byrne - Grinnell College

Class of 2022

  • Ryan Rodriguez - Franklin and Marshall College
  • Brock Rose - Xavier University
  • Will Burgess - High Point University

Class of 2021

  • Brian Depman- Georgetown University
  • Mitchell Johnson - The Catholic University of America
  • Cian Sahler - Fordham University
  • Tim Nicholson - George Washington University

Class of 2020

  • TJ Williams - University of Notre Dame
  • Jeremy Zabarsky - Drew University
  • Sage Dobbs - University of Richmond

Class of 2019

  • Anthony Fiallo - United States Naval Academy
  • Charlie Furlong - Colby College
  • Ryan Gleason - Charleston Southern University
  • Lucas Donlon - Virginia Tech
  • Travis Rinker - St. Joseph's University

Class of 2018

  • Brendon Davis - Southern University
  • John Dempsey - Wofford College
  • Brooks Bengston    - High Point University

Current Prep Players in the Pros

Matt Mervis

Matt Mervis

Chandler Redmond

Chandler Redmond

Prep has two active players in the major and minor leagues: Matt Mervis was called up to the Chicago Cubs in May 2023, and Chandler Redmond is in Double A for the Cardinals. Mervis was named Minor League Player of the Year for the Cubs for the 2022 season and led all of Minor League baseball in RBIs. Redmond recently had his bat sent to the Hall of Fame after hitting for a Home Run Cycle (one of each kind of home run in a single game) in the 2022 season, just the second time this has occurred on record in a professional game.

Articles on Matt!
How Matt Mervis bet on himself, May 8, 2023

Mervis double sparks Cubs rally in 7th past Twins, May 12, 2023

Left-handed power a gift to Mervis from his older brother

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Baseball Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Result Score
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Archbishop Curley
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Sidwell Friends
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Paul VI
Paul VI
Baseball - Varsity
Magruder
Baseball - Varsity
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Walter Johnson High School
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Good Counsel High School (MD)
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity
Highland
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Archbishop Spalding
Archbishop Spalding
Baseball - Varsity
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity
Baseball - Varsity
Baseball - Varsity
Baseball - Varsity
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Calvert Hall College High School
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Gonzaga College High School
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School
St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School
Baseball - Varsity vs.
St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Loyola Blakefield
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Landon School
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Landon School
Landon School
Baseball - Varsity
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
St. Albans
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
St. Albans
St. Albans
Baseball - Varsity
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Episcopal High School
Episcopal High School
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Episcopal High School
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Bullis
Georgetown Prep
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Bullis
Bullis
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Mount St. Joe's
Mount St. Joe's