Washington College senior Rachel Martinez has been named the Centennial Conference’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the sport of women’s tennis. She has also been named Academic All-Centennial and is one of three student-athletes from her team to have qualified for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for spring sports.
The host Washington College women’s tennis team defeated visiting Franklin & Marshall, 5-1, in the first-round match of the Centennial Conference Tournament. The Shorewomen move on to play a tournament semifinal match at top-seeded Johns Hopkins on Saturday.
The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2017-18 academic year. Team Most Valuable Players and Most Improved Players were named, and several special departmental awards were presented as well. A list of the awards follows.
The visiting Washington College women’s tennis team topped host Franklin & Marshall, 8-1, in the regular-season finale for both teams today. With the win, the Shorewomen earned hosting rights for Wednesday’s Centennial Conference Tournament first round match - which will also be against F&M.
Senior tennis player Rachel Martinez is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Martinez surpassed 100 career wins, went 2-0 in both singles and doubles as the Shorewomen went 2-0 on the week to clinch a Centennial Conference Tournament berth.
Visiting Johns Hopkins University, ranked 20th in Division III and sixth in the Atlantic South region, topped host Washington College, the region’s 19th-ranked team, in a Centennial Conference women’s tennis match today by a 9-0 final.
Senior Rachel Martinez surpassed 100 career collegiate victories as the host Washington College women’s tennis team clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament with a 9-0 home win over Gettysburg today at Schottland Tennis Center.
The Washington College women’s tennis team moved one step closer to clinching a spot in the five-team Centennial Conference Tournament today with a 9-0 conference win at Ursinus. The Shorewomen, ranked 19th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 10-4 overall and 5-2 in conference matches with the win, while the Bears fell to 8-8 and 2-6 with the loss.
The Washington College women’s tennis team, ranked 19th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 9-4 overall and 4-2 in Centennial Conference matches with a 9-0 win over host Dickinson College this afternoon. The Red Devils dropped to 7-7 and 2-4 with the loss.
Senior tennis player Julie Lazer is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Lazer contributed to both Washington points in the Shorewomen's 7-2 loss at Haverford Thursday, picking up her 99th and 100th career collegiate wins in the process.
Visiting Swarthmore College, ranked eighth in the Atlantic South region and 36th in all of Division III, remained unbeaten in Centennial Conference play with a 7-2 victory over host Washington College, the region’s 20th-ranked team, in a women’s tennis match this afternoon.
In a match between two regionally-ranked teams, the host Haverford College women’s tennis team defeated visiting Washington College, 7-2, in a Centennial Conference match inside Alumni Field House today. Washington senior Julie Lazer won in both singles and doubles to reach 100 combined collegiate victories.
Today's scheduled women's tennis match between host Haverford College and visiting Washington College has been postponed until tomorrow at 4 p.m. The scheduled men's tennis match between the same two schools will still take place at 4 p.m. today.
Senior Krista Filiopoulos (Millersville, Md./Annapolis Area Christian) won her 99th and 100th collegiate matches as the visiting Washington College women’s tennis team picked up a 9-0 victory over host McDaniel in Centennial Conference action today.
Host Salisbury University defeated Eastern Shore rival Washington College, 5-4, in a non-conference women’s tennis match today. The Sea Gulls, who are ranked 14th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 9-3 with the win, while the Shorewomen (ranked 20th in the region) fell to 7-2 with the loss.
The host Washington College women’s tennis team rolled to a 9-0 Centennial Conference win over visiting Bryn Mawr this afternoon. The win was the seventh straight for the Shorewomen, who improved to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in conference play.
The Washington College women’s tennis team posted its fourth consecutive win today, defeating Concordia (Wis.), 7-2, in a non-conference match in Hilton Head, S.C. The Shorewomen trailed, 2-1, after doubles play but won all six singles matches.
Senior Julie Lazer has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week for women’s tennis for the week of February 26-March 4 by the conference office. It is the second time that Lazer has won the conference’s weekly award as she won it for the first time on March 6, 2017.
Division I Delaware State University rallied from a 2-1 deficit after doubles play to earn a 6-3 win and spoil the dual-match opener for the host Washington College women’s tennis team this afternoon inside the Johnson Fitness Center. The Hornets improved to 3-0 with the win.
Last spring, the Washington College women’s tennis team advanced to the Centennial Conference Tournament for the third consecutive year and the 10th time in the tournament’s 12-year history. With all but one player returning and three freshmen added to the roster, the Shorewomen are poised to return to the postseason under first-year head coach Oliver Reynolds.