Synapse Sports has named Washington College freshman forward Kailyn Brandt to its Division III Field Hockey All-Rookie Team. She is one of 16 freshmen nationwide named to the team and the only one from the Centennial Conference.
Washington College freshman forward Kailyn Brandt has been named to the Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Region second team. Brandt is the first Washington College field hockey student-athlete to ever earn All-Region honors her freshman season.
Eight student-athletes from the Washington College field hockey team have qualified for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for fall sports. Among those eight is senior Katie Arnold, who was also named Academic All-Centennia.
Three Washington College field hockey players were garnered All-Centennial Conference honors in a vote conducted by the conference’s 11 head coaches. Freshman forward/midfielder Kailyn Brandt was named All-Centennial Conference first team, senior defender Katie Arnold earned a spot on the All-Centennial second team, while junior midfielder Nicole Schroyer received all-conference honorable mention.
Haverford’s Stephanie Terrell scored the game-winning goal 6:21 into the first overtime session to give #5 Haverford a 2-1 win over host #4 Washington College in the first round of the Centennial Conference Field Hockey Tournament on Tuesday night at Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Stephi Rydgren deflected in the game-winning goal with 2:57 remaining in the second half on a pass from Emily Davis to give host Muhlenberg a 2-1 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference field hockey game on Friday night on Frank Marino Field at Scotty Wood Stadium. The Shorewomen will host either Haverford or Dickinson on Wednesday at a time to be determined on Monday. Washington will host Dickinson if Haverford loses to Swarthmore tomorrow afternoon or Haverford if Haverford downs Swarthmore.
Visiting Ursinus College scored twice in the second half to rally for a 2-1 Centennial Conference field hockey win over host Washington College this evening on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. The Bears locked up a first-round bye in the five-team Centennial Conference Tournament with the win, advancing directly to the semifinals. The loss, meanwhile, locks the Shorewomen into the fourth seed in the tournament and they will host the lone first-round game.
Freshman forward/midfielder Kailyn Brandt scored two goals and junior goalkeeper Morgan Domanico made eight saves as host Washington College topped visiting Roanoke, 3-1, in a non-conference game as the Shorewomen celebrated Senior Day.
Visiting Franklin & Marshall remained unbeaten in league play by holding on for a 2-1 Centennial Conference field hockey win over host Washington College this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Junior midfielder Nicole Schroyer scored the game-winning goal 6:13 into the first overtime session to give visiting Washington College a 3-2 win over host Haverford in a Centennial Conference field hockey game on Wednesday night at Swan Field. Coupled with Ursinus’ 2-1 win at Muhlenberg, the Shorewomen clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time since 2014 and the 10th time overall.
Junior midfielder Olivia Auer scored the game-winning goal with 4:43 left in first overtime session to give visiting Washington College a 3-2 win over host Dickinson in a Centennial Conference field hockey game on midday Saturday at Biddle Field. The Shorewomen (7-5) are 5-1 in Centennial play for the first time since 2011.
The host Washington College field hockey team scored four times in the first half, including three times in a span of 6:36, en route to a 5-0 Centennial Conference win over visiting Swarthmore this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Visiting Washington College scored two goals in the first 8:16 of the game and never looked back on its way to a 7-1 victory over host McDaniel in a Centennial Conference field hockey game on Friday night at Gill Stadium. The seven goals are the most goals ever scored by the Shorewomen in a game against the Green Terror in field hockey.
Visiting Johns Hopkins University scored the only goal of the second half to earn a 3-2 Centennial Conference field hockey win over host Washington College this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Junior forward Emily Pantazes scored the game-winning goal with 13:20 remaining in the second overtime to give host Washington College a 3-2 win over visiting Gettysburg in the Centennial Conference field hockey opener for both teams this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Junior field hockey player Emily Pantazes is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Pantazes scored a goal in each of the Shorewomen's two wins this week. including the game-winner at Stevenson Saturday night.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Emily Pantazes scored the game winning goal with 6:42 to go to lift visiting Washington College to a 3-2 win over host Stevenson University in a non-conference field hockey game played tonight at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills, Maryland.
Visiting Washington College picked up its first victory of the season with a decisive 4-1 win over home-standing Wesley College in a non-conference field hockey game tonight at Scott D. Miller Stadium.
Lauren Paolano scored the game-winning goal with 7:08 left in the first overtime period to give visiting Washington and Lee a 2-1 overtime win over host Washington College in a non-conference field hockey game today on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Lynchburg College scored three times in the second half of a 4-0 non-conference field hockey win over Washington College in the field hockey season opener for both schools played on the campus of nearby Liberty University.
A new era began for the Washington College field hockey program in January when Anne Kietzman was hired as just the fourth head coach in the team’s 33 years of varsity play. This fall, Kietzman will lead a roster featuring eight student-athletes who started at least 11 games each a year ago and a total of 18 returning players.