Visiting Washington College and host Wesley resumed game two its non-conference softball doubleheader from February 27 on Sunday afternoon at Wesley Softball Field. The Wolverines downed the Shorewomen, 12-3, in five innings due to the eight-run rule in the halted game.
The Washington College women’s lacrosse team won its Centennial Conference opener today by defeating host Dickinson College, 12-10, today on Biddle Field. The Shorewomen led by as many as seven goals during the second half and held off a late charge by the Red Devils to come away with the win.
Host Washington College swept a non-conference doubleheader against visiting Penn College of Technology on Saturday at afternoon Athey Baseball Park. The Shoremen took game one, 1-0, behind a 12-strikeout, three-hit performance from sophomore pitcher Mike Smith and rallied from 9-5 down to win, 10-9, in game two with a two-run, two-out home run in the bottom of the sixth inning from junior Ryan Zwier being the go ahead hit. The Shoremen improve to 16-1 overall, their best mark after 17 games in team history, while the Wildcats drop to 2-8.
The Washington College women’s rowing team opened its spring regatta schedule today in challenging and windy conditions at the Murphy Cup on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J. The Shorewomen’s first varsity eight competed “up,” racing in the Division I varsity eight and advanced to the petite final, while the second varsity eight won the Division II/III varsity eight.
The Washington College men's rowing team's "A" boat in the men's varsity four won its heat at a shortened Murphy Cup on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J., today. All of the afternoon small-boat races, including the final of the men's varsity four, were canceled due to deteriorating conditions.
10th-ranked host Dickinson College out-scored visiting Washington College, 8-1, in the second quarter en route to a 19-14 win in the Centennial Conference men’s lacrosse opener for both schools this afternoon on Biddle Field.
Sunday's scheduled non-conference baseball double-header between visiting Washington College and host Immaculata University has been postponed. Immaculata's Atlantic East Conference double-header at Marywood University was postponed from Saturday to Sunday, thus resulting in the non-conference double-header with Washington College being bumped.
The host Washington College women’s tennis team picked up its second win of the season today, topping visiting Immaculata, 7-2, this afternoon in a non-conference match played inside the Johnson Fitness Center.
Tomorrow's scheduled men's tennis match between host Washington College and visiting Immaculata has been postponed. A make-up date has not yet been announced. Tomorrow's women's tennis match between the same two schools will still be played at 3 p.m.
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Host Washington College saw its perfect start to the season come to an end with a 5-2 loss to visiting Hood in a non-conference baseball game played today at Athey Park in Chestertown, Maryland. Washington had won it’s first 14 games to start the season and 15 games in a row dating back to last year.
The Centennial Conference Presidents’ Council has selected Portia Hoeg as the second full-time Executive Director in the 26-year history of the Conference. She will replace Steve Ulrich, who will retire from the position this June after serving as the only Executive Director in the Conference’s history.
Host Washington College got a career-best seven points on five goals and two assists from senior attacker Kristy Grovom in a 14-11 win over visiting Christopher Newport in a non-conference women’s lacrosse game on Tuesday night at Kibler Field at Roy Kirby Jr., Stadium.
The host Washington College baseball team scored five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to rally for a 6-2 non-conference win over visiting Lancaster Bible this afternoon at Athey Park. The Shoremen remained undefeated at 14-0 with the win in their first home game of the season.
Washington College trap and skeet head coach Doug Pfaff won Class C and junior Jordan Ukishima won Class E at the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) "March Madness" event held Sunday at Schrader's Outdoors in Henderson, Md.
Junior baseball player Ryan Zwier is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Zwier hit .412 with 12 RBI and six runs scored over the Shoremen's final eight games in Florida, finishing a 10-0 trip to the Sunshine State. The Shoremen are off to an historic 13-0 start.
Senior lacrosse player Alison Pantazes is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Pantazes tied the single-game school record by handing out seven assists in the Shorewomen's 16-12 win over Randolph-Macon Saturday.
Visiting Washington College and host Wesley will resume game two of their doubleheader from February 27 this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. in Dover, Delaware. The two teams will then play another game at 3:00 p.m. following the conclusion of the halted game from last month. After the Shorewomen won the first game 19-0 on February 27, the second game was halted after two innings with Wesley leading 7-1 due to cold temperatures.
The Washington College baseball team completed a perfect 10-0 trip to Florida with a doubleheader sweep of Cairn on Saturday at Lawnwood Complex. The Shoremen walked-off the Highlanders in game one, 5-4, and held off a rally by Cairn in game two to come away with a 6-4 win. The Shoremen are now 13-0 overall and have now set a record for consecutive wins during a single-season.
Senior attacker Alison Pantazes tied the school record for assists in a single game with seven as the host Washington College women’s lacrosse team defeated visiting Randolph-Macon, 16-12, in a non-conference game this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Host St. Mary’s scored three straight goals in the fourth quarter to turn a 10-9 lead into a 13-9 advantage on its way to a 14-11 win over visiting Washington College at Seahawk Stadium on Saturday afternoon in non-conference men’s lacrosse action.
The Washington College sailing team finished sixth of six teams as the host school of the Washington College Team Race today on the Chester River. All three round robins were able to be completed in one day thanks to breezy conditions all day.
Washington College got complete game victories by sophomore pitcher Mike Smith and freshman hurler Jonah Frankel as they swept Wheaton (Ill.) 6-1 and 8-1 respectively on Friday afternoon at Bob Gladwin Stadium. The Shoremen are now 11-0 overall this season.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The Washington College softball team closed out their spring break trip to Florida with a pair of one run losses today in games played on Field 3 at Fortune Road at THE Spring Games in Kissimmee, Florida. The Shorewomen dropped their opening game of the day 2-1 to Keene State before falling to St. Joseph’s (L.I.) 3-2 in their final game in Florida.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Junior third baseman Alli Saul (Bridgeton, N.J. / Cumberland Regional) knocked in four total runs as the Washington College softball team split a pair of games played on Field 2 at Fortune Road at THE Spring Games in Kissimmee, Florida. Washington started the day with a 9-7 loss to UMASS Boston before rebounding with a 4-1 win over Salve Regina.
Sophomore Nick Brauer threw six scoreless innings of relief to pick up the win as the Washington College baseball team improved to 9-0 with a 5-3 win over Earlham today in Fort Pierce, Fla. The nine-game winning streak to open the season is the third-longest in program history and longest in 82 years.
Sophomore Andrew Smith won at No. 6 singles to give the Washington College men’s tennis team a 5-4 non-conference win over LeTourneau University today at Chaplin Park Tennis Center in Hilton Head, S.C.
Dylan Rice scored the game-winning goal with three seconds left in the third overtime to give 15th-ranked Christopher Newport an 11-10 non-conference men’s lacrosse win over visiting Washington College tonight in Newport News, Va.