Since the arrival of head coach Lacey Lister for the 2009 season, the Washington College softball team has become one of the premier teams in the Centennial Conference as the Shorewomen have reached the conference tournament six times, played in three championship rounds and won the 2013 Centennial Championship. Entering her 10th season at the helm of Shorewomen Softball, Lister and the team are hoping to reach the conference tournament for the seventh time, participate in their fourth championship round and win their second conference crown in 2018.
In 2017, the Washington College women’s lacrosse team continued its success in the decade of the 2010s by notching its eighth straight winning season (10-7) and seventh consecutive trip to the Centennial Conference Tournament by going 5-4 in conference play. For the 2018 team to get where it wants to be, which is winning the Centennial Conference and reaching the NCAA Tournament, they will need to reload and fill the voids left by five key players from the 2017 team under the tutelage of fifth-year head coach Heidi Pearce.
Washington College has swept the Centennial Conference Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week Awards for men’s lacrosse for the week of February 12-18. Senior long-stick midfielder Sam Cloud earned the conference’s defensive player of the week honor, while junior attackman Casey Grieves captured the offensive player of the week.
Junior attackman Casey Grieves scored five goals and assisted on two others to lead the host Washington College men’s lacrosse team to a 16-7 win over visiting Birmingham-Southern in the Shoremen’s season opener this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Visiting Dickinson’s Chris McNeal netted a jumper to beat the buzzer to give the guests a walk-off 72-70 win over host Washington College on Saturday afternoon at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference men’s basketball action in the regular season finale for each squad.
Visiting Dickinson College scored the final 14 points of the game to pull away from host Washington College en route to a 71-50 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory in the season finale for both teams this afternoon inside Cain Athletic Center.
Last spring, the Washington College women’s tennis team advanced to the Centennial Conference Tournament for the third consecutive year and the 10th time in the tournament’s 12-year history. With all but one player returning and three freshmen added to the roster, the Shorewomen are poised to return to the postseason under first-year head coach Oliver Reynolds.
Last spring was a bounce-back season for the Washington College men’s tennis team, who returned to the Centennial Conference Tournament as the fourth seed after missing out on the postseason the previous two years. This spring, the Shoremen will look to continue that momentum under first-year head coach Oliver Reynolds.
Visiting Johns Hopkins had three players score in double figures and never trailed on its way to a 62-48 win over host Washington College on Wednesday evening in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game at the Cain Athletic Center.
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.
It is the dawning of a new era of Shoremen Baseball under the guidance of first year head coach Cory Beddick. Beddick arrives in Chestertown after leading fellow Maryland college, Hood, for the first three seasons of its existence, winning 50 games and earning the 2016 MAC Commonwealth Conference Coach of the Year.
Senior Jenni Clune has been named the Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week in women’s swimming for the week of February 5-11 by the conference office. This is the third time she has won the award this season, winning it previously on October 30, 2017 and January 15, and the fourth time in her career.
The Washington College women’s swimming team turned a 60-55 deficit into a 62-60 win over host McDaniel by winning the final event, the 200-yard freestyle, in the regular season finale on Saturday afternoon at Harlow Pool.
Host #20 Franklin & Marshall used a 13-4 run late in the second half to turn a two-point deficit into a seven-point lead to get by visiting Washington College, 65-59, at the Mayser Center in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore guard Austin Allen notched his first all-time double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Host Franklin & Marshall outscored visiting Washington College in the second half, 41-22, to turn a 23-18 halftime deficit into a 59-45 win at the Mayser Center in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game on Saturday afternoon.
WESTMINSTER, Md. — Host McDaniel took control of the game with a 7-0 run to end the first half and closed the game strong to post a 72-53 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game played tonight at the Gill Center in Westminster, Maryland.
Tonight's (Feb. 7th) scheduled men's basketball game between host McDaniel College and visiting Washington College has been postponed until tomorrow (Feb. 8th) at 5:30 p.m. McDaniel College is closed today due to winter weather.
BRYN MAWR, Pa. — Visiting Washington College closed the third quarter on a 14-2 run to take their first double digit lead of the night en route to a 51-42 win over host Bryn Mawr in a Centennial Conference women’s basketball game played tonight at the Class of 1958 Gymnasium in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.