Freshman guard Tray Wright converted a three-point play to put host Washington College up for good. 59-58, with 1:20 left in the game and edged visiting Franklin & Marshall, 63-60, on Tuesday night in the Centennial Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament First Round game at the Cain Athletic Center. The Shoremen, the tournament’s four seed, improve to 14-12 overall and clinch their first winning season since 2011-12. Washington advances to play top seed and host #6 Swarthmore on Friday night.
Last season the Washington College softball team needed to sweep a pair of Centennial Conference doubleheaders on the final weekend of the regular season to reach its seventh conference tournament in eight years and did just that to reach the conference tournament. In 2019, the team seeks to cap off its most successful decade in the history of the program with a less dramatic entrance into the tournament for the eighth time this decade and a second Centennial crown under 11th season head coach Lacey Lister.
Junior basketball player Alec Lewis is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Lewis averaged 22.5 points and 6.5 rebpunds in a 1-1 week for the Shoremen as they clinched their first Centennial Conference Tournament berth in seven years.
Sophomore goalie Chris Del Rosario has been named the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week for men’s lacrosse for the week of February 11-17 by the conference office. It is the first time that Del Rosario has won the conference’s weekly award.
Last season entering the final third of the Centennial Conference baseball schedule, the Washington College baseball team held the fourth and final spot for the Centennial Conference Tournament with a 7-5 mark. However, the hopes of reaching the Centennial Tournament for the first time since 2012 eluded the squad as they finished 1-5 in the final third of the conference slate to finish 8-10 in the Centennial.
Due to winter weather in the forecast for Wednesday evening, the season-opening women's lacrosse game between host York College and visiting Washington College has been moved up 24 hours. The game, which will still be played at York, will now be played on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Junior forward Alec Lewis scored a career-high 26 points as host Washington College clinched a berth in the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time in seven years with a 96-79 over visiting Dickinson on Saturday afternoon at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference men’s basketball action. The Shoremen improve to 13-12 overall and 9-9 in the Centennial, while the Red Devils finish their season at 10-15 and 8-10 respectively. Washington College will host Franklin & Marshall on Tuesday in the first round of the Centennial Conference Tournament.
The host Washington College women’s basketball team ended its season on a high note this afternoon, defeating visiting Dickinson College, 63-59, in a Centennial Conference game inside Cain Athletic Center.
The host Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) defeated visiting George Mason, 815-715, in a dual match at Sudlersville Skeet Club today. Washington sophomore Nathaniel Neuland captured high overall honors.
Host McDaniel erased a 16-point second half deficit by outscoring Washington 37-18 in the final 12:37 of the game to come away with a 69-66 win over visiting Washington College on Wednesday evening in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game at the Gill Center.
Visiting Washington College got career-high 16 points from senior forward Emily Thiemann and used a 10-0 third quarter run to seize control of the contest on its way to a 77-45 win over host Bryn Mawr on Wednesday evening at the Class of 1958 Gymnasium in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action.
In 2018, the Washington College women’s lacrosse team achieved a lot as they started 6-0 in Centennial Conference action for the first time, secured a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament for the eighth straight spring with a 7-2 mark and tallied a winning record for a program-best ninth straight season going 13-5. The team put themselves in position to receive an at-large bid for its first NCAA Tournament, but those hopes came to an end when they were not picked for the tournament.
Senior Maddie Bennett and junior Rachel Butler have been named captains of the Washington College softball team for the 2019 season by head coach Lacey Lister. Bennett and Butler are also among four student-athletes named to the team’s Leadership Council.
With 11 seniors on this spring’s roster, the Washington College men’s lacrosse team is aiming for a return to the four-team Centennial Conference Tournament, a feat that eluded the Shoremen last season after a strong start.
Visiting Washington College used a late 6-0 to take the lead for good and survived two late game-tying three-point misses from host Gettysburg to come away with a 56-53 victory on Saturday afternoon in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game at Bream Gym as Washington sweeps the season series for the second time in three years.
The host Washington College men’s swim team broke a pool record and cruised to a 124-48 Centennial Conference win over visiting McDaniel this afternoon inside Casey Swim Center in the dual-meet finale for both teams.
Senior Tricia Markey won two individual events and swam on a first-place relay team as the host Washington College women’s swim team breezed to a 120-57 Centennial Conference win over visiting McDaniel this afternoon inside Casey Swim Center. The meet was the dual-meet season finale for both teams.
Host #23 Gettysburg used a 17-3 run spanning the first and second quarters to take control of the contest on its way to a 64-38 win against visiting Washington College on Saturday afternoon at Bream Gym in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action.
Host Ursinus used a 9-0 run late in the second quarter to take the lead for good on its way to a 64-49 win against visiting Washington College on Thursday evening at Helfferich Hall in Centennial Conference women’s basketball action.
COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. — Alec Lewis (Jefferson, Md. / Brunswick) scored a game high 21 points and Tray Wright (Baltimore, Md. / Saint Paul's School for Boys) picked up his first career double double with 17 points and 13 rebounds as visiting Washington College knocked off host Ursinus 83-67 in a Centennial Conference men’s basketball game played this evening at Helfferich Hall in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Ursinus entered the evening as part of a three way tie for first place in the Centennial Conference.
Visiting McDaniel College went on a 17-0 run during the third quarter en route to a 69-56 Centennial Conference women’s basketball victory over host Washington College tonight inside Cain Athletic Center.
The scheduled dual match between the host Washington College trap and skeet (WCTS) team and the U.S. Naval Academy scheduled for this Saturday morning at Sudlersville Skeet Club has been called off due to travel complications for Navy.