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.
Eight student-athletes from the Washington College women’s swim team have earned spots on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, including two who also qualify for the Academic All-Centennial team.
Junior Jenni Clune won three individual medals, including one gold, and three relay medals as the Washington College women’s swim team broke school records in six events (including one conference record) and won 10 total medals en route to a fourth-place finish at the 2017 Centennial Conference Championships held Friday, yesterday, and today at Franklin & Marshall.
Senior swimmer Ellen Maxwell is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Maxwell played a part in three first-place finishes in the final home meet of her collegiate career as the Shorewomen defeated McDaniel, 120-80, Saturday.
Sophomore swimmer Julia Portmann is this week's Shorewomen of the Week. Portmann won three individual events in the Shorewomen's 150-112 loss to three-time defending Centennial Conference Champion Ursinus Saturday.
The three-time defending Centennial Conference Champion Ursinus women’s swim team defeated host Washington College, 150-112, in a Centennial Conference dual meet this afternoon inside Casey Swim Center.
Sophomore swimmer Julia Portmann is this week's Shorewomen of the Week. Portmann won two individual events and finished second in another as the Shorewomen picked up their first win over Dickinson in seven years on Saturday.
The Washington College women’s swim team picked up its first dual meet win over host Dickinson College in seven years as the Shorewomen captured first place in eight of 11 events en route to a 113-92 Centennial Conference victory this afternoon.
Washington College sophomore swimmer Julia Portmann recently won second place in the "ocean" category of a worldwide Geographic Information Systems (GIS) contest. Esri, makers of the mapping software ArcGIS, sponsored the contest, dubbed the "Global Content Challenge."
Host York College of Pennsylvania topped visiting Washington College, 108-97, in a non-conference women’s swim meet tonight. The Spartans improved to 4-2 with the win, while the Shorewomen dropped to 3-4 with the loss.
Washington College junior swimmer Jenni Clune has been named the Centennial Conference Women's Swimmer of the Week for the week ending December 4th. Clune won the 100 breaststroke in a school-record and Centennial Conference-record time at Randolph-Macon's Yellow Jacket Invitational, held Friday and Saturday.
Junior Jenni Clune won the 100 breaststroke with a school-record and Centennial Conference-record time as the Washington College women’s swim team finished second of 14 teams at Randolph-Macon’s Yellow Jacket Invitational, held yesterday and today at the Collegiate School Aquatic Center in Richmond, Va. The Shorewomen had a total of seven top-three finishes during the meet.
Senior swimmer Ellen Maxwell is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. Maxwell won two individual events and led off the winning medley relay in both of the Shorewomen's victories on back-to-back days Friday and Saturday.
Visiting Washington College won nine of 11 events to earn a 133-70 non-conference women’s swimming victory over host St. Mary’s College this evening. The Shorewomen upped their record to 2-3 with the win, while the Seahawks remained winless at 0-5 with the loss.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. — The host Swarthmore College women’s swim team remained undefeated this season at 4-0 overall and 4-0 in Centennial Conference meets this season with a 153-109 win over visiting Washington College this afternoon. The Shorewomen dropped to 1-3 and 0-3 with the loss.
The Washington College women’s swim team rolled to its 30th straight win in its all-time series with rival Salisbury University with a 138-67 victory over the host Sea Gulls tonight. The Shorewomen improved to 1-2 this season with the win, while the Sea Gulls fell to 1-3 with the loss.
For the second time in as many meets this season, the Washington College women’s swim team won more than half of a dual meet’s events but came up six points short of a victory. Today, the Shorewomen fell to visiting Gettysburg, 134-128, inside Casey Swim Center, despite winning 10 of the meet’s 14 events.