Brynne Brouse, a senior forward on the women's basketball team spent her summer participating in a cancer research internship this summer at the University of California, San Francisco with Washington College alumna Dr. Terumi Kowhi-Shigematsu.
The Washington College women's and men's basketball teams will play their counterparts from Dickinson College at the Palestra in Philadelphia on Sunday, January 14th, as part of a special five-game slate of Centennial Conference games in the facility that day.
Washington College head women’s basketball coach Alisha Mosley has announced the hiring of Jaclyn Oskam as the team’s full-time assistant coach. Oskam played collegiate basketball at both Division I Quinnipiac University and Division II Pace University and has experience as a skills coach and AAU coach.
Washington College senior guard Ali Grundy has been named to the All-Centennial Conference second team in a vote conducted by the conference’s 11 head coaches. She is the seventh different player in team history to be named to the All-Centennial first or second teams and the first since 2013.
CARLISLE, Pa. — Host Dickinson had four players score in double figures as the Red Devils defeated visiting Washington College 69-50 in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game this afternoon played at the Kline Center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. It was also the season finale for the Shorewomen.
Host Johns Hopkins took control of the game with a 16-0 run spanning the first and second quarters on its way to a 66-46 win over visiting Washington College on Wednesday evening in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game at Goldfarb Gym.
Visiting Franklin & Marshall built a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and went on to earn a 68-62 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory over host Washington College this afternoon inside Cain Athletic Center.
Freshman guard Bridget McLaughlin scored a game-high 18 points as the host Washington College women’s basketball team put up a season-high point total in a 78-50 Centennial Conference victory over Bryn Mawr tonight inside Cain Athletic Center.
Host Ursinus broke a 28-28 tie late in the third quarter by scoring 13 consecutive points in the third and fourth quarters against visiting Washington College on its way to a 48-36 win on on Saturday afternoon in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game at Helfferich Hall.
Haverford’s Samantha Wetzel scored a game-high 20 points and hauled down a contest-best seven rebounds to help propel the host Fords to a 64-41 win over visiting Washington College on Wednesday night at Gooding Arena in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action.
Visiting Muhlenberg College used a run of 15 unanswered points in the second quarter to break the game open en route to an 82-40 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory over host Washington College this afternoon inside Cain Athletic Center.
Host Washington College scored the first 13 points of the third quarter to open up a 20-point lead en route to a 66-58 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory over visiting Swarthmore tonight inside Cain Athletic Center.
Visiting McDaniel scored the game’s first seven points and never trailed on its way to a 59-37 victory over host Washington College on Tuesday evening at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action. In the loss, freshman forward Cassidy Quattro posted her third double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds as she tied for team-high in points and game-best in rebounds.
Host Gettysburg College used a late run of seven unanswered points to claim a 76-68 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory over visiting Washington College this afternoon. Emma Dorshimer and Emily Gibbons combined for 53 of Gettysburg’s points.
Lexie Scholtz of Johns Hopkins ended an 11-0 Washington College run and provided the winning points on a jumper with 33 seconds left to give the visiting Blue Jays a 62-61 victory over the host Shorewomen on Wednesday evening in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game at the Cain Athletic Center.
Visiting Dickinson scored the game’s first 13 points and never trailed on its way to an 81-55 win over host Washington College on Saturday afternoon in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game at the Cain Athletic Center.
LANCASTER, Pa. — Host Franklin & Marshall got a team high 22 points from Lindsey Powers and never trailed en route to a 71-60 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game played tonight at the Mayser Center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Host Washington College built a 13-point lead late in the third quarter and held off a rally by visiting Ursinus to come away with a 63-59 win on Tuesday night in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game at the Cain Athletic Center. The Shorewomen improve to 7-5 overall and 4-3 in the Centennial, while the Bears fall to 6-7 and 4-4 respectively. Washington has now won four games in a row, the first time the team has done that during a single season since opening the 2012-13 season 4-0.
Washington College senior guard Ali Grundy has been named the Centennial Conference Co-Player of the Week for women’s basketball for the week ending on January 8th. Grundy, who earned the award for the first time, shares the award with Ursinus’ Lydia Konstanzer.
Visiting Washington College registered its first all-time victory at Muhlenberg, 66-60, on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Hall in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action. The Shorewomen, who trailed 42-29 at halftime, held the Mules to just 18 points in the second half while scoring 37 points of their own. Senior guard Ali Grundy scored a game-best and career-high 25 points in the win and put Washington ahead for good at 57-54 with a three-pointer with 2:08 remaining as the Shorewomen shot a season-high 56% from three-point range (10-for-18).