Case Western Reserve, ranked 15th in Division III and fourth in the Central Region, topped Washington College, 9-0, in a non-conference men’s tennis match played in Newport News, Va., today. The Spartans improved to 3-3 overall with the win, while the Shoremen took the loss in their first dual match of the season.
Last spring was a bounce-back season for the Washington College men’s tennis team, who returned to the Centennial Conference Tournament as the fourth seed after missing out on the postseason the previous two years. This spring, the Shoremen will look to continue that momentum under first-year head coach Oliver Reynolds.
The Washington College men’s tennis team had three student-athletes compete at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, hosted by Mary Washington, yesterday and today. Senior Luke Weaver advanced to the semifinals in B2 Singles.
The Washington College men’s tennis team opened up its 2017-18 competition season at Randolph-Macon’s Yellow Jacket Invitational yesterday and today. The Shoremen went 9-1 in doubles and 21-2 in singles in the tournament, which was played with a flighted team-by-team round-robin match-up format. Bridgewater and Virginia Wesleyan joined the Shoremen and the host Yellow Jackets at the tournament.
Washington College Director of Athletics Thad Moore has announced the hiring of Oliver Reynolds as the College’s new head men’s and women’s tennis coach. Reynolds is a former Division I tennis player who spent the past three seasons on the coaching staff at The College of Charleston.
The Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome six new inductees and honor the 2013 softball team during a dinner and ceremony on Saturday, October 14th. A brief synopsis of each inductee and the honored team follows.
Washington College head men's and women's tennis coach Jason Ringstad is stepping down from his position at the school in order to enroll in law school. Ringstad served two seasons as the coach of both the Shoremen and Shorewomen.
The visiting Franklin & Marshall College men’s tennis team avenged a regular-season loss four days ago to host Washington College by defeating the Shoremen, 5-1, in the Centennial Conference Tournament’s first round match this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
Freshman tennis player August Meriot is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Meriot's three-set win at No. 6 singles gave the Shoremen to a 5-4 victory over Franklin & Marshall in the regular-season finale, securing a home match in the Centennial Conference Tournament.
Freshman August Meriot (Bethesda, Md./Walter Johnson) battled back from dropping his first set at No. 6 singles to win the third in a tie-breaker, giving the host Washington College men’s tennis team a 5-4 Centennial Conference win over Franklin & Marshall today in the regular season finale for both teams.
Host Johns Hopkins University, ranked 21st in Division III and fifth in the Atlantic South region, remained unbeaten in the Centennial Conference with an 8-1 win over visiting Washington College in a men’s tennis match this afternoon in Baltimore. The Blue Jays improved to 13-2 overall and 8-0 in conference play with the win, while the Shoremen, ranked 20th in the region, fell to 11-5 and 5-3 with the loss.
Senior tennis player Zack Novick is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Novick went 2-0 in both singles and doubles as the Shoremen won both of their matches last week to clinch a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament.
The Washington College men’s tennis match at #21 Johns Hopkins slated for tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 p.m. has been postponed to Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. due to expected rain in tomorrow’s forecast.
The Washington College men’s tennis team clinched a spot in the upcoming five-time Centennial Conference Tournament with an 8-1 conference win over host Gettysburg this afternoon. The Shoremen, ranked 20th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 11-4 overall and 5-2 in conference matches with the win. The Bullets fell to 4-8 and 1-5 with the loss.
The host Washington College men’s tennis team moved closer to a spot in the five-team Centennial Conference Tournament with a 6-3 conference win over visiting Ursinus this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center. The Shoremen, ranked 20th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 10-4 overall and 4-2 in conference matches with the win, while the Bears dropped to 12-6 and 4-4.
The Washington College men’s tennis team, ranked 20th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 9-4 overall and 3-2 in Centennial Conference matches with an 8-1 win over visiting Dickinson this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
Visiting Salisbury University, ranked 18th in the Atlantic South region, topped host Washington College (ranked 20th in the region), 7-2, in a non-conference men’s tennis match this afternoon. The Sea Gulls improved to 16-5 with the win, while the Shoremen fell to 8-4 with the loss.
Host Swarthmore College, ranked 37th in Division III and ninth in the Atlantic South region improved to 8-9 overall and remained perfect at 5-0 in Centennial Conference matches with an 8-1 win over visiting Washington College in league men’s tennis action this afternoon. The Shoremen, ranked 20th in the region, fell to 8-3 overall and 3-1 in Centennial play with the loss.
The Washington College men’s tennis team, ranked 20th in the Atlantic South region, upped its record to 8-2 overall and 2-1 in Centennial Conference matches this season with an 8-1 win over host Muhlenberg this afternoon in Allentown, Pa. The Mules dropped to 3-6 and 0-5 with the loss.