HAVERFORD, Pa. — Haverford got 16 kills from Dina Kosyagin and overcame dropping the opening set to post a 3-1 (25-27, 25-18, 25-17, 25-19) win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference volleyball match played tonight at Gooding ’84 Arena in Haverford, Pennsylvania.
Today's scheduled women's soccer game between host Haverford College and visiting Washington College has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 p.m. due to heavy rain in the forecast. (Haverford's home soccer venue, Walton Field, is a natural-grass facility.)
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — James Strine (Hockessin, Del. / Salesianum School) scored 26 seconds into the game and also picked up an assist as host Washington College upset tenth-ranked Catholic University 2-0 in a non-conference men’s soccer game played tonight on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. The win was the first for Washington over a top-ten team since posting a 1-0 win over #10 Johns Hopkins on Halloween night in 2008.
Washington College head men’s basketball coach Aaron Goodman has announced that the team’s three seniors - Austin Allen, Alec Lewis, and Dallas Marshall will serve as the team’s three captains this season.
Senior sailor Will Sunkler is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Sunkler skippered WC to a first-place finish in B Division, helping the team to a third-place overall finish at the Washington College Fall Open.
The Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) placed second among eight teams at the GMU Eastern Regional Championships, hosted by George Mason, this weekend. Sophomore Will Sears finished second overall among 92 total competitors at the event.
The Washington College sailing team finished third of 13 teams as the host school of the Washington College Fall Open this weekend on the Chester River. The performance at the regatta, which was the final Central Series regatta of the fall, gave Washington a strong enough Central Series performance to qualify for next weekend’s Luce Regatta. The Washington College sailing team was also represented at Hobart/William Smith’s inter-conference David Lee Arnoff Trophy this weekend, placing 12th of 13 teams.
Host Dickinson scored the first two goals of the contest and held off a late charge from visiting Washington College to prevail 2-1 in a Centennial Conference men’s soccer match at Miller Memorial Field on Saturday afternoon.
Host Dickinson rallied from losing the opening set to take the next three sets in a 3-1 (22-25, 25-14, 25-20, 25-16) win over visiting Washington College on Saturday afternoon in a Centennial Conference volleyball match at the Kline Center.
Host #17 Dickinson scored a goal in each half on its way to a 2-0 victory over visiting Washington College at Miller Memorial Field in Centennial Conference women’s soccer action on Saturday afternoon.
Host Dickinson scored a single goal in the second and third quarters to come away with a 2-0 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference field hockey game on Saturday afternoon at Biddle Field.
The Washington College men’s swim team will take to the pool for the 2019-20 season under the direction of first-year head coach Mark Hill. Hill, who served as an assistant coach at Washington College over a decade ago before going on to become a highly-successful Division I assistant coach, inherits a team with a combined 11 juniors and seniors on a 15-man roster.
The 2019-20 Washington College women’s swim team will be the first for the Shorewomen with head coach Mark Hill at the helm. Hill, a former assistant coach at the College who went on to have a highly-successful run as a Division I assistant coach, will guide a roster that returns 13 of 19 swimmers from last year’s team.
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Host Washington College scored the only two goals of the game in the third quarter of a 2-0 win over visiting Swarthmore in a Centennial Conference field hockey game played tonight on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 18 teams at the Nevins Trophy, hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend. It was the team’s best finish at the Nevins Trophy since 2004 when Washington placed fifth of 20 teams.
Freshman Greg Carpenter won the 12-gauge event to lead the Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) at the Charlie Murphy Open, a National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) event held today at Sudlersville Skeet Club.
Washington College freshman men’s tennis players Paul Eisenmagen and Landon Strober competed at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, hosted by Mary Washington, yesterday and today. Eisenmagen picked up a singles win in a consolation match.