Junior basketball player Alec Lewis is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Lewis hit the game-winning three-pointer in a 45-42 win at Franklin & Marshall Tuesday and scored a career-best 24 points in a 76-61 win over Gettysburg Thursday.
Host Dickinson raced out to a 14-point first half lead and held off the charge of visiting Washington College to come away with a 73-68 win on Saturday afternoon in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game at the Kline Center.
Host Dickinson outscored visiting Washington College in the fourth quarter by a 19-12 margin to turn a 41-38 deficit into a 57-53 win on Saturday afternoon at the Kline Center in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action.
Catholic University defeated host Washington College, 146-116, in non-conference women’s swimming this afternoon inside Casey Swim Center. Julia Portmann and Anna Hall combined to win five events for the Shorewomen in the loss.
Visiting Catholic University topped host Washington College, 160-102, in non-conference men’s swimming today inside Casey Swim Center. Andrew Feeley broke the pool record in the 200 backstroke for the Shoremen in the loss.
Host Washington College got a career-high 24 points from junior Alec Lewis and outscored visiting Gettysburg, 49-34, in the second half to come away with a 76-61 win on Thursday night in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game at the Cain Athletic Center. The Shoremen are 7-7 overall and 3-4 in the Centennial, while the Bullets fall to 3-11 and 2-5 respectively. WC has now won three straight conference games for the first time since winning five in a row in January 2012.
Visiting 20th-ranked Gettysburg College hit a buzzer-beating three to end the first half and opened the third quarter with a 16-4 run en route to a 70-52 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory over host Washington College tonight inside Cain Athletic Center.
Join Washington College coaches and Athletics Director Thad Moore for a catered gathering of fellow members of the WC Athletics family January 30th at Brandywine Realty Trust in Philadelphia. Learn more about the new Athey Athletics Club and find out what’s ahead for your favorite team.
LANCASTER, Pa. — Alec Lewis hit the game winning three point shot with 1.4 seconds to go as visiting Washington College knocked off host Franklin & Marshall 45-42 in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game played tonight at the Mayser Center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The 42 points allowed are the fewest allowed by the Shoremen since an 88-39 win over Haverford on January 26th, 1991, and are also the fewest points allowed by Washington against Franklin & Marshall since a 32-25 win in the 1923-1924 season.
LANCASTER, Pa. — Host Franklin & Marshall used a 13-0 run midway through the fourth quarter to pull away from visiting Washington College and post a 60-49 win in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game played tonight at the Mayser Center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Host Delaware Valley got a game-high 28 points from Dominique Moser and overcame an early deficit to down visiting Washington College, 67-57, on Saturday afternoon at James Work Gymnasium in non-conference women’s basketball action.
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Visiting Washington College put up a strong challenge into the second half, but eventually fell to host and Division I High Point 101-60 in a non-conference men’s basketball game played tonight at the Millis Center in High Point, North Carolina.
IMMACULATE, Pa. — Visiting Washington College got a game best 13 points from Kristi Kozlowski and a career best six steals from Caitlyn Clark and snapped a four game losing skid with a 45-40 win over host Immaculata in a non-conference women’s basketball game played this afternoon at Alumnae Hall in Immaculate, Pennsylvania. The game was also the final Washington College Athletics contest of the 2018 calendar year.
Senior midfielder Arianna Sabatino has been named to the United Soccer Coaches Division III Scholar All-South Region first team. The Scholar All-Region teams recognize the student-athletes with high levels of both academic and athletic accomplishment.
Visiting Haverford got game-highs of 19 points Anna-Sophia Capizzi and 10 assists from Katie Cook on its way to a 58-46 victory over host Washington College on Saturday afternoon at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action.
Host York College of Pennsylvania defeated visiting Washington College, 151-98, in non-conference men’s swimming action this afternoon in York, Pa. Aidan Sullivan and Andrew Feeley each won two individual events and swam on a winning relay for the Shoremen in the loss.