Washington College Hall of Fame inductee Claudio Gonzalez '87 passed away Wednesday evening at the age of 56. Gonzalez, an All-American tennis player while attending Washington College, was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 2004.
Three Washington College tennis student-athletes have been named 2019 All-Academic Scholar-Athletes by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). Rising junior Ella Samer and recently graduated Mariah Thomas of the women's tennis team received the honor, as did rising junior Koby Bonta of the men's tennis team.
The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2018-19 academic year. Team Most Valuable Players and Most Improved Players were named, and several special departmental awards were presented as well.
The host Washington College men’s tennis team capped its 2019 season on a strong note with a 9-0 victory over visiting Ursinus 6-1 at Schottland Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon in Centennial Conference men’s tennis action. It was the season finale for both squads.
The visiting Washington College men’s tennis fell to host Dickinson 6-1 at Hays Tennis Courts on Thursday afternoon in Centennial Conference men’s tennis action. Two matches were unfinished as the two teams played to decision.
The host Johns Hopkins men’s tennis team, ranked 23rd in Division III and sixth in the Atlantic South region, clinched the top seed in the upcoming Centennial Conference Tournament with a 9-0 win over visiting Washington College in a conference match this afternoon in Baltimore.
Tomorrow's scheduled men's and women's tennis matches between host Dickinson College and visiting Washington College have been postponed and rescheduled for Thursday, April 25th, with a start time of 4 p.m. To accommodate that change, Thursday's scheduled non-conference matches between host Washington College and visiting Salisbury have been canceled.
The Swarthmore College men’s tennis team, ranked 31st in Division III and seventh in the Atlantic South region, topped host Washington College, 9-0, in a Centennial Conference match this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
The host Washington College men’s tennis team dropped only seven games across three doubles and six singles spots in a 9-0 shutout of visiting McDaniel in Centennial Conference play this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
Host Washington College edged visiting Gettysburg, 5-4, in a Centennial Conference men’s tennis match this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center. The Shoremen won at four of the six singles spots in the victory.
Host Haverford College defeated visiting Washington College, 9-0, in a Centennial Conference men’s tennis match this afternoon. The Fords, who are ranked 12th in the Atlantic South Region, improved to 5-5 overall and 2-0 in conference matches with the win, while the Shoremen fell to 3-4 and 1-1 with the loss.
The Washington College men’s tennis team picked up a win in its first Centennial Conference match of the season today, topping visiting Muhlenberg, 7-2, at Schottland Tennis Center. The Shoremen evened their overall record at 3-3 with the win.
Tomorrow's scheduled men's tennis match between host Washington College and visiting Immaculata has been postponed. A make-up date has not yet been announced. Tomorrow's women's tennis match between the same two schools will still be played at 3 p.m.
Sophomore Andrew Smith won at No. 6 singles to give the Washington College men’s tennis team a 5-4 non-conference win over LeTourneau University today at Chaplin Park Tennis Center in Hilton Head, S.C.
The Washington College men's and women's tennis teams will host Goucher College tomorrow (Friday, March 8th) inside the Johnson Fitness Center. Due to playing indoors on four courts (rather than outdoors on eight), start times have been adjusted.
The Washington College men’s tennis team opened its dual-match schedule today with a pair of home matches inside Johnson Fitness Center. The Shoremen fell to Methodist, 7-2, in their first match of the day and then lost to Division I College of Charleston, 7-0, this evening.
The Washington College men’s tennis team opens the 2019 dual-match season seeking its third consecutive Centennial Conference Tournament berth. With seven student-athletes returning from last year, including the top two singles players, the Shoremen are poised to reach that goal this spring.
Seniors Chris Salisbury and Jake Sandler represented the Washington College men’s tennis team at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, hosted by Mary Washington, Friday. The pair advanced to the second round of Championship Doubles, while Sandler also made the quarterfinals of Flight A Singles.
The Washington College men’s tennis team put together an impressive performance at Randolph-Macon’s Yellow Jacket Invitational on Saturday, going 8-4 in singles and 9-1 in doubles. The tournament, originally, slated for two days, was shortened to one due to rain on Sunday.
The Centennial Conference announced its Silver Anniversary teams over the past three weeks, highlighting the best of the best over the conference's first quarter-century. Fifty-eight Washington College alumni across eight sports were named to the teams.
The Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome five new inductees and honor the 1996 field hockey team during a reception and ceremony on Saturday, October 6th. A brief synopsis of each inductee and the honored team follows.