Men’s basketball winter break recap

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer As the Washington College community traveled home for the holidays, the men’s basketball team remained on campus for almost the entirety of the winter break. They competed in five games during the month of January, four of which were Centennial Conference games. The team totaled two wins and three […]

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Shorewomen push through the new year

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s basketball team competed in a total of four games over the winter break, three of which were Centennial Conference matches and all of which resulted in losses. The first match was against out–of–Conference opponent Delaware Valley University and suffered a loss of 67-57 on Saturday, […]

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Shorewomen take on tough week in conference: The women’s basketball team plays centennial conference competitors McDaniel, Muhlenberg, and Johns Hopkins

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer The Shorewomen had a tough task ahead of them as they had three games this past week. All three were Centennial Conference games, so their outcomes effect playoff scores down the road. On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the Washington College women’s basketball team traveled to Westminster to play McDaniel College. […]

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WC men’s basketball game recaps : The Shoremen faced off against the Gulls, the Bears, and the Blue Jays last week

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The Washington College men’s basketball team suffered a tough week with three home match losses, two of which were Centennial Conference games, leaving the Shoremen with a 3-5 overall and a 0-3 conference record. The stretch kicked off with a home match against Salisbury University with a promising outlook […]

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Women’s basketball goes 3-1 overall: The Shorewomen achieve early winning record for the first time since 2012-2013

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s basketball team took on Notre Dame of Maryland University on Wednesday, Nov. 14 and played in the Nonno Alby’s Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 17 and Sunday, Nov. 18, where they played against Ohio Wesleyan University and Penn State Schuylkill. They started conference play with […]

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Swimming sinks the Seahawks : Men’s and women’s teams beat St. Mary’s, Shorewomen top Bryn Mawr Owls 165-95

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer The men’s swim team had a meet before break on Friday, Nov. 16 away at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. The men’s team won with a dominating score of 116-56.  With this win, the men’s team improves to a record of 2-4. Next, the women’s swim team had two […]

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Wright makes an impact for Shoremen

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By Eric Botti Elm Staff Writer First-year player Tray Wright is a point guard on the Washington College men’s basketball team. Even as a freshman, Wright has already demonstrated an outstanding capacity for leadership and is ready to push the envelope on possibilities for the Shoremen basketball program. Basketball has been a part of Wright’s […]

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Men’s Basketball begins season winning

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer After edging out Elizabethtown College in a nail-biting 73-71 win during their first home game on Tuesday, Nov. 13, the Washington College Men’s Basketball team was able to plunge head first into a highly competitive non-conference tournament in Cleveland, Ohio. The first game on the Shoreman’s schedule took place […]

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Mullen, Weston, and Triano hold down the fort

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer With the temporary loss of Coach Jonnie Jenkins for the Fall of 2018 due to the birth of his second daughter, former standout lacrosse player and now Coach, Maddie Mullen has big shoes to fill. Jenkins, a 2007 graduate of Washington College, has been the head Sports Performance Coach […]

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Competition season comes to a close

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer With their recent move to varsity status, the Washington College Trap and Skeet team has been taking shots at the competition. This past weekend, the co-ed Trap and Skeet team went to Glenn Dale Maryland to compete in the ACUI Upper East Coast Conference Championships, where they took fifth […]

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