Sailing season begins

Sports

By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer With the impending winter storm looming on Sunday, March 3, the Washington College sailing team rescheduled all the races to Saturday, March 2 rather than follow the original schedule, which spread the races across two days.  The round robin included five teams: WC hosted  Fordham University, United States Naval […]

Full story

Lacrosse teams bring home W’s

Sports

By Isabellla Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The Washington College lacrosse program saw tremendous success this past week in both the men’s lacrosse game against Frostburg on Saturday, March 1 and the women’s lacrosse team against Albright College on Wednesday, Feb. 27.   In a historic victory for the Shoremen, this will be the last-ever chance […]

Full story

Tennis teams play non-conference: Men’s and women’s tennis fell to Methodist University and College of Charleston on Saturday in preparation for Conference play

Sports

By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams started their season this past weekend with a loaded schedule. Due to weather, the teams played inside the Johnson Fitness Center field house. The Shoremen took on Methodist University and the College of Charleston on Saturday, March 2.  The Shoremen fell to […]

Full story

Softball goes to Salisbury tournament

Sports

By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer In this past weekend for Washington College softball, the Shorewomen travelled to Salisbury to play in a tournament on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3. The tournament was hosted by Salisbury University.  On Saturday, the first game was against the Sea Gulls. The second game was against Clarkson […]

Full story

Swim competes in CC Tournament

Sports

By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer Both the men’s and women’s swim teams took on the Centennial Conference Championships this weekend at Gettysburg College. The Shorewomen took an overall sixth place out of eight teams and the Shoremen took sixth as well. The teams began the meet on Thursday, Feb. 21 starting with the men’s […]

Full story

Shorewomen open season

Sports

By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer On Tuesday, Feb. 19, the Shorewomen traveled to York, Penn. to open their season against the York College Spartans, making this the first game for the 2019 team as well as Head Coach Kate Fowler. Newly added to the program, Fowler transitioned to Washington College from No. 1 in […]

Full story

Basketball makes it to Semifinal: The Shoremen fell to Swarthmore 77-59 in the Centennial Conference Semifinal game to make it the best season since 2012

Sports

By Sophia Grabiec Sports Editor The Washington College men’s basketball team hosted Centennial Conference first-round game on Tuesday, Feb. 19 against the Franklin & Marshall Diplomats. Fans were on the edge of their seats at this competitive matchup, the fourth-seed Shoremen and the fifth-seed Diplomats managing to make the game close to a tie-score for […]

Full story

The Generals overcome men’s lacrosse

Sports

By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer On Sat. Feb. 23 the Washington College Shoremen fell to eleventh ranked Washington and Lee Generals in a 14-8 defeat at Kibler Stadium. The Shoremen came out to a strong start as junior Cooper Sloan scored the first goal less than 30 seconds into the game giving the Shoremen […]

Full story

Trap and Skeet beats George Mason

Sports

By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer It was a sunny but windy Saturday in Sudlersville, as the Washington College Trap and Skeet team hosted and faced off against George Mason University. Coming into this match, WC’s most recent competition was on Sunday, Jan. 27. Before that, they hadn’t competed since Nov. 10 and 11. Even […]

Full story

Baseball looks forward to season

Sports

By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer The Washington College baseball team began their official preseason on Friday, Feb. 1 in preparation for their first game on Saturday, Feb. 23 against Marymount University. The Shoremen brought in 20 new freshmen faces to the team this season, in addition to the returning 26 players. They welcome freshmen […]

Full story

In case you have missed it

In case you have missed it