Washington College junior Julia Portmann (Palatine, Ill./William Fremd) has been selected as CollegeSwimming.com's Conference Swimmer of the Week for the Centennial Conference. Portmann played a role in four first-place finishes in a 1-1 week for the Shorewomen last week.
The Washington College women’s swim team continued its dominance over Eastern Shore rival Salisbury University with a 138-64 non-conference home dual meet win over the Sea Gulls tonight inside Casey Swim Center. It was the Shorewomen’s 31st consecutive win over the Sea Gulls.
Washington College senior Jenni Clune has been named the Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week for women's swimming for the week ending October 29th. Clune played a role in four first-place finishes for the Shorewomen in their 134-128 win over Franklin & Marshall Saturday, the Shorewomen's first win over the Diplomats in 10 years.
The host Washington College women’s swim team defeated visiting Franklin & Marshall, 134-128, in the Centennial Conference opener for both teams today inside Casey Swim Center. It was the Shorewomen’s first win over the Diplomats since a 128-77 victory in 2007.
Washington College senior Katie Gorman has been selected as CollegeSwimming.com's Conference Swimmer of the Week for the Centennial Conference. Gorman turned in a strong showing in the Shorewomen's season-opening 185-70 loss at Division I Delaware Saturday.
The Washington College women’s swim team turned in its best performance at the Centennial Conference Championships in seven years last winter, placing fourth in the final team standings and taking home 10 medals. Of the seven Shorewomen who medaled in individual and/or relay events at those championships, all but one return for the 2017-18 season.
On Wednesday, September 27, the Washington College men's and women's swim teams participated in a country-wide Tread-A-Thon to help combat drowning across the world. 32 Washington College Swimmers treaded water for 30 minutes from 5-5:30 p.m., joining in with many other schools nationwide to set a new Guinness World Record — "most people treading water."
The Washington College Athletics Communications office announced today that, beginning this season, live video coverage of home men's and women's swim meets will be available on Goose Nation TV, the live-streaming home of Washington College Athletics.
Former Washington College two-sport varsity student-athlete Jackie Creitz is one of two nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award put forward by the Centennial Conference. Creitz, who swam and rowed at the College for four years, graduated in May with a Bachelor of Science degrees in Math and Computer Science.
Washington College head men’s and women’s swim coach Matt Harris has announced the hiring of Emily Rollo as the teams’ new assistant coach. Rollo was a standout swimmer at Washington and Lee University.
Washington College senior student-athletes Jackie Creitz and Anna Inserra have been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Division III Academic All-District II Women's At-Large Team.
Five Washington College varsity student-athletes and one varsity team were honored with awards at the College's Leadership Awards Ceremony, presented by the Office of Student Engagement, Tuesday night.
Eight student-athletes from the Washington College women’s swim team have earned spots on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, including two who also qualify for the Academic All-Centennial team.
Junior Jenni Clune won three individual medals, including one gold, and three relay medals as the Washington College women’s swim team broke school records in six events (including one conference record) and won 10 total medals en route to a fourth-place finish at the 2017 Centennial Conference Championships held Friday, yesterday, and today at Franklin & Marshall.
Senior swimmer Ellen Maxwell is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Maxwell played a part in three first-place finishes in the final home meet of her collegiate career as the Shorewomen defeated McDaniel, 120-80, Saturday.