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.
Competing at its national championships for the final time as a club team before moving up to varsity status in the fall, the Washington College trap and skeet team placed 18th in the Division 3 standings at the 2018 ACUI Collegiate Clay Target Championships. Freshman Nathaniel Neuland finished as the national runner-up in Class B American Trap.
After a successful fall season, the Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS), which will become the College's 18th varsity sport next fall, is preparing for its annual trip to the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target Championships next month.
Washington College will elevate its highly-successful intercollegiate trap and skeet team to full varsity status beginning with the 2018-19 academic year. It will be the College’s 18th intercollegiate varsity sport.
The host Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) finished second of six teams and was the only team to finish in the top two in all three disciplines in the Battle of the Bay this weekend. Nathaniel Neuland was the top overall performer for WCTS (fourth among all competitors), while Danielle Murdock finished as the top women’s competitor, claiming the Ladies High Overall crown.
Washington College trap and skeet (WCTS) head coach Doug Pfaff and four student-athletes from the team excelled as individuals at the Delaware State Skeet Championships, held last weekend at the Wilmington Trapshooting Association.
The Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) will host its first home competition — Battle of the Bay — as a varsity program this Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's portion of the event will be held at Sudlersville Skeet Club in Sudlersville, Md., while Sunday's will take place at Schrader's Outdoors in Henderson, Md.
The Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) finished second overall among six teams at George Mason’s Eastern Regional Championships held yesterday and today. Skeet and Trap disciplines were conducted yesterday at Fairfax Rod & Gun Club in Manassas, Va., while Sporting Clays was held today at Bull Run Shooting Center in Centreville, Va.
Senior Danielle Murdock won the ladies division to lead the Washington College trap and skeet (WCTS) team’s contingent at the University of Maryland’s Terrapin Classic, a sporting clays competition, today in Glenn Dale, Md.
After several years as a successful club sport, the Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) is in its first season as the College’s 18th varsity sport. WCTS will compete for the first time as a varsity sport this Saturday