Top #RingTheBell Moment of 2017 - The Results!

Top #RingTheBell Moment of 2017 - The Results!

We asked you to vote for the top #RingTheBell moment of 2018. Here are the results:

 1st Place - 354 Votes - October 14th: Sabatinos Star in Women's Soccer Overtime Win

Olivia Sabatino became the women's soccer team's all-time leader in career points and twin sister Arianna scored the game-winner as the Shorewomen beat Franklin & Marshall in overtime, 2-1.

2nd Place - 308 Votes - October 28th: Women's Swimming & Men's Swimming Both Beat F&M on Same Day for First Time in 22 Years

The Shorewomen's 134-128 win was their first over Franklin & Marshall in 10 years, while the Shoremen's 135-127 win was their fourth over the Diplomats in the last five years. The two teams hadn't beaten the Diplomats in the same meet, however, since 1995.  

3rd Place - 38 Votes - April 29th: Women's Rowing Wins Fifth Consecutive MARC Championship

The women's rowing team ran its dominance over the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference to a half-decade, comfortably winning the first and second varsity eights to secure the Shorewomen's fifth straight title and fifth straight NCAA Championship bid.

4th Place - 24 votes - September 16th: Field Hockey Downs Gettysburg in Double Overtime in Conference Opener

Emily Pantazes scored the game-winning goal to give the Shorewomen the 3-2 double-overtime win. Gettysburg had held a 2-1 halftime lead.

5th Place - 23 Votes - April 29th: Griffin Goes Distance, Strikes Out Final Three in Final Start

Senior baseball pitcher Billy Griffin pitched the full nine innings and struck out the final three batters of the game in his final career start, a 7-6 win over Ursinus.  

6th Place - 18 Votes - March 5th: Softball Knocks Off Salisbury for First Time since 1998

The Shorewomen had lost 35 straight games to the Sea Gulls before rocking the Sea Gulls' pitching early in a 9-4 road victory during the Sea Gull Classic.

7th Place - 16 Votes - April 19th: Women's Lacrosse Pulls Off Epic Comeback in Overtime Win v. Haverford

The Shorewomen scored six of the game's final seven goals to turn an 8-4 deficit into a 10-9 overtime win. Cecily Docktor scored the game-tying goal with one second left in regulation and the game-winner in overtime. 

8th Place - 12 Votes - January 7th: Women's Basketball Rallies for First-Ever Win at Muhlenberg

The Shorewomen trailed by 13 points at halftime, but rallied for a 66-60 victory - their first-ever on the road at Muhlenberg - behind 25 points from Ali Grundy and a defensive effort that limited the Mules to 18 second-half points.

9th Place - 10 Votes - September 13th: Men's Soccer Gets First Win Over Salisbury Since 1989, in Overtime

Brian Graham scored the game-winning goal in the 104th minute as the Shoremen snapped a 16-game losing streak to the Sea Gulls with a 3-2 victory. 

10th Place - 4 votes - April 29th: Men's Tennis Clinches Home Playoff Match with 5-4 Win in Regular-Season Finale

August Meriot rallied to win in three sets (and a tie-breaker) to win at No. 6 singles and clinch a 5-4 win for the Shoremen over F&M in the 5 3/4-hour regular-season finale, securing a home conference tournament match. 

Tied 11th Place - 2 votes - September 9th: Volleyball Rallies in Fifth Set for Win 

The Shorewomen came back from a 14-11 deficit in the fifth set for a 22-25, 28-26, 25-19, 22-25, 17-15, win over Shenandoah in their home opener. The match took nearly 2 1/2 hours to complete. 

Tied 11th Place - 2 Votes - September 17th: Sailing Wins Colony Cup

The sailing team was in third place before the final race in both A and B Divisions, but finished first in both of those races to win a regatta for the first time since May 2015.