The Washington College women’s rowing team competed at the Navy Day Regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia today, racing two crews in the open/collegiate eight, two in the open/collegiate four, and one in the collegiate frosh/novice eight.
The Washington College women’s rowing team opened its fall regatta schedule today at the Occoquan Challenge, racing eight boats across six events. A second-place finish by the varsity four highlighted the day’s racing for the Shorewomen.
Former Washington College two-sport varsity student-athlete Jackie Creitz is one of two nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award put forward by the Centennial Conference. Creitz, who swam and rowed at the College for four years, graduated in May with a Bachelor of Science degrees in Math and Computer Science.
Five members of the Washington College women's rowing team, which placed sixth in the squad's fifth consecutive NCAA Division III Championship last weekend, have been named National Scholar-Athletes by the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA).
The 13th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team finished sixth in the final team standings at the NCAA Division III Championship held yesterday and today on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J. The first varsity eight ended the season on a high note, using a strong finish to defeat Pacific Lutheran in the petite final.
Washington College senior student-athletes Jackie Creitz and Anna Inserra have been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Division III Academic All-District II Women's At-Large Team.
Senior rower Maddie Morrissette is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Morrissette became the Shorewomen's first-ever rower to row in the first varsity eight for four consecutive conference champions on Saturday at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Championships.
The 13th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team won its fifth consecutive Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) title, securing its fifth straight automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship at the MARC Championships on Pinchot Lake in Lewisberry, Pa., today. In addition, first-year Shorewomen head coach Kari Hughes was named MARC Women’s Coach of the Year, three Shorewomen were named All-MARC, and five Shorewomen were named Academic All-MARC.
Five Washington College varsity student-athletes and one varsity team were honored with awards at the College's Leadership Awards Ceremony, presented by the Office of Student Engagement, Tuesday night.
The 11th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team competed at the Kerr Cup in Philadelphia today, the Shorewomen’s final regatta before the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships two weeks from today. The Shorewomen’s first varsity eight competed against Division I and II crews in the overall varsity eight, while their second and third varsity eights competed in the Division III varsity eight.
The 12th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team enjoyed a successful weekend of racing at the Knecht Cup in West Windsor, N.J. The Shorewomen’s first varsity eight won the Division III varsity eight and advanced to the semifinals of the overall varsity eight, racing against Division I crews.
The 11th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team hosted its lone home regatta of the fall today on the Chester River, taking on fellow Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference member St. Mary’s (Md.) as well as Division I La Salle. The Shorewomen won both the first and second varsity eights.
The four-time defending Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) champion Washington College women's rowing team has made its season debut in the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association/US Rowing Division III Top 15 this week. The Shorewomen come in as the nation's 11th-ranked team.
The coxswain and eight rowers of the women's rowing team's first varsity eight shares this week's Shorewoman of the Week honor. The first varsity eight won the DII/III Women's Varsity Eight at the Murphy Cup on Saturday.
The Washington College women’s rowing team opened its spring racing season in impressive fashion today at the Murphy Cup on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. The Shorewomen’s first and second varsity eights won the grand and petite finals, respectively, of the DII/III Women’s Varsity eight.
When long-time Washington College women’s rowing head coach Mike Davenport retired last summer after leading the Shorewomen to their fourth consecutive Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championship and fourth consecutive NCAA Division III Championship appearance, he left the program in outstanding shape.
The Washington College women’s rowing team had a fifth-place finish in the women’s collegiate four to highlight the Shorewomen’s day of racing at the Navy Day Regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia today.
A first-place finish in the women’s championship/club four highlighted the day of racing for the Washington College women’s rowing team at the Occoquan Challenge today at Sandy Run Regional Park. The Occoquan Challenge is a 5000-meter head race with several challenging turns.
Washington College head women's rowing coach Kari Hughes has announced the selection of seniors Danielle Huston Hakey and Maddie Morrissette and junior Brenna Kacar as the team's captains for the 2016-17 season and academic year.
Washington College head women's rowing coach Kari Hughes has named Jeannine McCarty as the program's lead assistant coach. McCarty spent the past three years as the head girls rowing coach at Vineland (N.J.) High School, her scholastic alma mater.
Washington College rising senior Jackie Creitz has been named to the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Pocock All-America first team. Creitz is the fifth Shorewoman in the team's history to earn All-America first-team honors.
Washington College Director of Athletics Dr. Bryan Matthews has announced the promotion of Kari Hughes to head women’s rowing coach. Hughes served as the lead assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Shorewomen during the 2015-16 season under head coach Dr. Mike Davenport. Davenport is retiring in July. Hughes is a former United States National Team member and a veteran rowing coach and instructor.