Washington College head softball coach Lacey Lister has announced the hiring of David Proffitt as a part-time assistant coach for the team. Proffitt has previously worked with the team as a slap-hitting consultant.
Three student-athletes from the Washington College softball team have been named 2017 National Fast Pitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America Scholar-Athletes for recording a 3.5 grade-point average for the 2016-17 academic year.
Washington College head softball coach Lacey Lister has announcing the hiring of Jessie Probst as the team’s new full-time assistant coach. Probst spent the last two years as a graduate assistant and pitching coach at Heidelberg University and is a former Division II pitcher.
Washington College head softball coach Lacey Lister has been selected for induction into Salisbury University's Athletics Hall of Fame, recognizing one of the most outstanding collegiate pitching careers in Division III history.
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.
Four student-athletes from the Washington College softball team have qualified for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for spring sports. Among those four is sophomore Maddie Bennett, who was also named Academic All-Centennial.
Washington College junior softball pitcher Taylor Harcum has been named to the All-Atlantic Region third team by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). She is the Shorewomen’s first All-Region selection in 13 years.
Junior pitcher/outfielder Taylor Harcum has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Year as the Centennial announced its annual softball awards today following a vote by the conference’s nine head coaches. Harcum is the first Washington College softball player to be selected the conference’s player of the year.
Freshman softball player Rachel Butler is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Butler hit .400 in the Shorewomen's three games in Centennial Conference Tournament and played a part in five of the Shorewomen's runs in their 7-4 win over McDaniel.
Third seeded Gettysburg scored three unearned runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to turn a 4-2 deficit into a 5-4 lead and held on to top second seed Washington College by the same margin in the second elimination game of the 2017 Centennial Conference Softball Tournament on Sunday morning on the campus of McDaniel.
The second seeded Washington College softball rallied from 4-0 down to eliminate top seed and host McDaniel, 7-4, in the first elimination game of the 2017 Centennial Conference Softball Tournament on Saturday on the campus of McDaniel. The Shorewomen were slated to play Gettysburg, the third seed, in the final game of the day in the tournament’s second elimination game, but that game was postponed until Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. due to rain.
The second seeded Washington College softball team fell to third seed Gettysburg, 9-0, in six innings due to the eight-run rule on Friday afternoon on the campus of McDaniel in the first round of the 2017 Centennial Conference Softball Tournament.
Junior pitcher/outfielder Taylor Harcum has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week for softball for the week of April 24-30. This is the second straight week Harcum has garnered the player of the week award.
LANCASTER, Pa. — Visiting Washington College locked up the two seed in the upcoming Centennial Conference tournament by sweeping both ends of a Centennial Conference doubleheader from host Franklin & Marshall today at Baker Campus Softball Field in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Shorewomen won the opening game of the day 6-2 before scoring eight times in the fifth inning of a 10-1 win in Game Two, which ended after five innings due to the eight run rule.
Junior pitcher/outfielder Taylor Harcum has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week for softball for the week of April 17-23. This is the first time Harcum has garnered the player of the week award.
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Host Washington College clinched a spot in the 2017 Centennial Conference playoffs by sweeping visiting Haverford, the defending Centennial champions who beat the Shorewomen for the championship in Chestertown last year, in a Centennial Conference softball doubleheader played today at the WC Softball Field in Chestertown, Maryland. The Shorewomen won Game One 9-2 and erupted for seven runs in the first inning of an identical 9-2 win in Game Two.
Today's home softball double-header against Haverford has been postponed until tomorrow at noon. Today's home baseball double-header against Muhlenberg has been postponed until tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. The Al Streelman locker room dedication ceremony will still take place today at 12:30, but inside the Alumni House instead of at Athey Park. Today's tennis matches at Gettysburg have been postponed until tomorrow at noon.
Junior pitcher Taylor Harcum has been named the Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Week for softball for the week of April 10-16. This is the third time this season and in her career that Harcum has won the Centennial’s weekly award as she won the award previously this season on March 6 and April 3.
Host Washington College captured both ends of a Centennial Conference softball doubleheader against visiting Dickinson on Friday afternoon at Washington College Softball Field. The Shorewomen took game one, 7-1, and won game two in walk-off fashion courtesy of a Red Devils error with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, 2-1. The Shorewomen, now 9-3 in Centennial play, has clinched a winning conference record for the sixth time in seven years and swept the Red Devils at home for the fourth consecutive time.
Host Washington College shut out visiting Swarthmore in both ends of a Centennial Conference softball doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Washington College Softball Field. The Shorewomen took game one in five innings, 8-0, due to the eight-run rule and captured game two, 2-0.
WESTMINSTER, Md. — The Washington College softball team outlasted host McDaniel in a 9-7 slugfest to earn a split of a Centennial Conference softball doubleheader today in Westminster, Maryland. Junior pitcher Milly Kawabata (Kirkland, Wash. /Juniata) picked up her first career win in the contest in her 28th career appearance in the circle. The hosting Green Terror took Game One in a much lower scoring affair, 2-1.
The Washington College softball team split a non-conference double-header with host Catholic University this afternoon. The home-standing Cardinals won the first game, 6-3, but the Shorewomen bounced back with a 4-2 win in the second game.