7-6 and 10-7. Those two scores from the 2013 Washington College men's lacrosse season likely erased any lingering doubts about the Shoremen's return to national prominence following their resurgent 2012 campaign.
After a pair of rebuilding seasons, the Washington College men's lacrosse team re-established itself on the national stage in 2012, finishing atop the Centennial Conference regular-season standings for the first time since 2004, advancing to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time since 2008, and appearing in the national rankings for the first time since 2009.
The Washington College Student Events Board is sponsoring a "Flock Out" this Saturday, April 2nd, as all nine Washington College varsity spring sports will be competing at home. A tailgate will be held on the Hodson green from 4:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.
“Play hard. Stick together.” That’s the message Washington College head men’s lacrosse coach Jeff Shirk has emphasized with his team since taking over the reigns of the program last summer. It’s also the team’s new motto.
Being a two-time All-American in collegiate lacrosse would be an impressive athletic career for most people, but for 1981 Washington College graduate Lecky Haller, that was just a prelude to a longer and even more storied career in another sport. A 15-time National Champion, nine-time World Championship medalist, and two-time Olympian, Lecky put together an outstanding career in competitive canoeing.
Washington College men's lacrosse alumnus and long-time Haverford School head boys lacrosse coach John Nostrant '86 will be inducted into the US Lacrosse Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Hall of Fame on Saturday, February 5th.
Washington College men's lacrosse alumnus and current SUNY Cortland head men's lacrosse coach Steve Beville '85 will be inducted into the US Lacrosse Upstate New York Chapter Hall of Fame on Sunday, October 24th.
Members of the Washington College men's lacrosse and men's soccer teams helped keep Chester River Hospital Center open during the February twin blizzards that hit Kent County. The February 18th edition of the Kent County News detailed those efforts.