Melanie (Ruppert) Murray, a 2007 graduate of Washington College and four-year member of the field hockey and women's lacrosse teams participated in the 119th running of the Boston Marathon on April 20. Here is her experience...
Women’s lacrosse player Autumn Spence wrote about her spring break trip with the women’s lacrosse team to Florida where they played in Bradenton and Orlando against a pair of Rhode Island institutions, Roger Williams and Rhode Island College. Here is her experience.
It is a pretty special accomplishment when you are one of the top players on one team, but to achieve this on two teams is a more remarkable accomplishment. Incorporating your talents in both sports into the team concept and making everyone around you better however, is the ultimate accomplishment. Senior Emily Hubley has done just that for the Washington College women’s lacrosse and women’s basketball teams.
Senior women’s lacrosse player Sydney Slavin along with fellow classmate Meredith Callis ’14 had their spring break span the United States Eastern Seaboard from Florida to Boston. After playing two games in West Palm Beach, Florida, the duo traveled to Boston to present their experimental posters at the 85th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. Slavin chronicles the experience from The Sunshine State to The Bay State and back to Maryland for their game versus Christopher Newport.
The past three seasons have been some of the best years in the history of the Shorewomen Lacrosse program as the team has reached the Centennial Conference Tournament in each of the past three seasons and has advanced in the tournament all three times. This season, the team seeks to continue this strong run by reaching the Centennial Conference tournament for the fourth straight season this spring, which would be a program first, and the seventh time overall under first-year head coach Heidi Yetman.
Women's lacrosse alumna Brooke Paulshock '12, who played the Shorewomen from 2009-12, writes about her experience returning for the squad’s annual alumni game which was on September 22. Paulshock, a defender, was part of a pair of Centennial Conference Tournament teams and helped WC reach the 2012 conference championship game.
Coming off its first-ever conference championship game appearance and its second-ever back-to-back seasons of double-digit wins, it's safe to say the Washington College women's lacrosse team has established itself as a top team in the ultra-competitive Centennial Conference. Now, with eight starters and four of their top-five 2012 leading point-getters returning, the Shorewomen are ready to once again challenge for the conference's crown.
Corinne Ziccardi, a rising senior on the women’s lacrosse team, wrote about her experience in Germany and the Czech Republic with four other members of the Washington College women’s lacrosse team traveled to Munich, Germany and Prague, Czech Republic from June 9-18.
Women’s lacrosse player Ann Eickelberg and softball player Sally Snover reprsented Washington College at the 13th Annual Snell-Shillingford Coaching Symposium held January 27-29 at Haverford College. Joining Eickelberg and Snover from WC was assistant field hockey coach Kaitlyn McEnroe.
Four Washington College student-athletes will be among the 34 new members of the Theta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the most prestigious national academic honor society for undergraduate students in liberal studies, to be inducted Wednesday night.
Check out this fan-submitted video of the final seconds of, and celebration after, Wednesday night's women's lacrosse win over Haverford in the Centennial Conference Tournament first round game. It was the Shorewomen's first-ever Centennial Tournament win.
The Washington College Student Events Board is sponsoring a "Flock Out" this Saturday, April 2nd, as all nine Washington College varsity spring sports will be competing at home. A tailgate will be held on the Hodson green from 4:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.