The Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome five new inductees and honor the 1996 field hockey team during a reception and ceremony on Saturday, October 6th. A brief synopsis of each inductee and the honored team follows.
Seven Washington College baseball student-athletes have been officially named members of the 2018 Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for spring sports as released today by the conference office.
The Washington College baseball team had three student-athletes named All-Centennial Conference in a vote conducted by the conference’s 10 head coaches. Two Shoremen landed on the first team, marking the first pair of Shoremen to earn first-team honors in the same season in six years.
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.
Visiting Washington College and host Ursinus split a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Thomas Field in the season final two contests for the Shoremen in 2018. The Bears won the opener 3-1 and the Shoremen captured game two by a 13-10 score. Junior Aaron Barclay became the fourth Shoremen this season and 33rd in team history to record 100 all-time hits as he achieved his milestone hit on a solo home run in the top of the third inning of game two.
Visiting Johns Hopkins overcame a 3-1 deficit entering the eighth inning by scoring three times in both the top of the eighth and ninth innings to come away with a 7-3 win over host Washington College on Friday afternoon in a Centennial Conference baseball game at Athey Baseball Park in the home finale for the Shoremen. Junior Luke D’Ostilio became the 32nd Washington College baseball player to notch 100 career hits as he picked up the milestone hit on a base hit to right field in the bottom of the second inning.
BALTIMORE, Md. — Host Johns Hopkins scored the first nine runs of the game en route to a 9-3 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference baseball game played today at Babb Field at Stromberg Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
Host Muhlenberg took both ends of a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader against visiting Washington College on Saturday afternoon at Cedarcreek Field. The Mules rallied from 5-0 down to win the opener by a 7-5 score and took game two with the aid of four home runs, 8-1.
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Host Washington College completed the season sweep of visiting McDaniel with a 6-4 win in a Centennial Conference baseball game played this afternoon at Athey Park in Chestertown, Maryland. The win keeps the Shoremen in control of the fourth and final playoff spot with six games to go in the regular season.
Washington College senior pitcher P.J. Mikulus has been named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Division III Pitcher of the Week Honorable Mention for the week ending April 15th.
The Washington College baseball team, the College's Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter, and the Prevention, Education, Advocacy Center (PEAC) are sponsoring a One Love Foundation Game for the Shoremen's home finale, Friday, April 27th.
Senior pitcher P.J. Mikulus has been named to the D3Baseball.com Team of the Week for the week of April 9-15. This is the first time the senior has been named to the team of the week for D3Baseball.com. He tossed the Shoremen’s first nine-inning no-hitter in 48 years this past Saturday.
Visiting Washington College scored 16 unanswered runs, including 12 in the top of the eighth inning, to overcome an 11-4 deficit to down host McDaniel, 20-12, on Tuesday afternoon at Preston Field in Centennial Conference baseball action. The Shoremen improve to 22-11 overall and 6-5 in the Centennial, while the Green Terror slip to 9-12 and 3-8 respectively.
Senior pitcher P.J. Mikulus, who pitched Washington’s first nine-inning no-hitter since 1970 this past Saturday, has been named the Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Week for the week of April 9-15. This is the first time the senior has won the conference’s weekly award.
Washington College senior pitcher P.J. Mikulus tossed his first career no-hitter, the 16th in Centennial Conference history and the first nine-inning no-hitter by a WC pitcher in 48 years in a 7-0 victory in game one of a Centennial Conference doubleheader against host Dickinson on Saturday afternoon at MacPhail Field. The Shoremen completed the sweep of the Red Devils, their first in eight years, with a 13-5 victory in game two as the Shoremen have now won 80 games since 2015, the most in any four-year stretch, breaking the mark of 78 set from 2009-12.
Trailing 6-5 after losing a 5-0 lead, visiting Haverford scored three times in the top of the eighth and five runs in the top of the ninth to take a 13-6 lead and held off host Washington College, 13-9, on Friday afternoon in a Centennial Conference baseball game at Athey Baseball Park. Senior Matt Tancredi became the 31st player in program history to tally his 100th career hit as he got his milestone hit on an RBI single to left in the bottom of the ninth.
Junior infielder Aaron Barclay tied his career-high in RBI with five and hit his first home run in over two years as visiting Washington College downed host Haverford, 13-6, on Tuesday afternoon at Kannerstein Field in Centennial Conference baseball action. The Shoremen are 7-2 in their prior nine meetings with the Fords,
Host Washington College swept visiting Gettysburg for the first time since in 2011 in a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. The Shoremen won 8-3 in game one and captured game two, 12-5. In game two, senior infielder Evan Hirschbaum became the sixth Shoreman to record 150 career hits.
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Visiting Swarthmore scored one run in the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth innings to post a come from behind 6-3 win over host Washington College in a Centennial Conference baseball game played this afternoon at Athey Park in Chestertown, Maryland.
Visiting Franklin & Marshall took both ends of a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader from home Washington College on Saturday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. The Diplomats rallied from 4-0 down in game one to win in 10 innings, 5-4, and coasted to a 23-9 win in game two. It was the opening conference games for both squads.