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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Basketball teams begin their seasons

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer Men’s Basketball The Shoremen took on Virginia Military Institute in an exhibition game on Nov. 6, where they lost 89-56. Freshmen Tray Wright and Rob Goyena III both led the team with 12 points. Following on Nov. 9, they took on Cairn University and won 86-76, the first season-opener […]

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Swim teams win and lose

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By Eric Botti Elm Staff Writer The Washington College Swim teams beat out Salisbury University on Saturday, Nov. 7, but lost to the Swarthmore College on Saturday Nov. 4. The Shoremen won over Sea Gulls 123-80, but did not fare so well against the Garnet, losing 194-61. The Shorewomen shared the same fate, winning at […]

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Shorewomen Basketball Season Preview

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s basketball program returns this season with many of the same players as last season, maintaining their starting lineup. This means the team will have a lot of experience in games and in the Centennial Conference. The Shorewomen’s roster consists of six freshmen, one sophomore, six […]

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Swimming falls to three Centennial Conference opponents

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The Washington College swim team suffered their second conference loss of the season this Saturday, Nov. 3 as the Gettysburg bullets overcame the Shoremen with a score of 105-154 and the Shorewomen 90-156. Among some of the outstanding performances for the Shoremen were junior Jake Brown and sophomore Brett […]

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Men’s basketball team builds coaching staff

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer Looking at last year’s record of 6-19, Head Coach Aaron Goodman knew he needed to make a change. In hopes of tackling the  season with a variety of types of experience in the coaching staff, Coach Goodman brings back Coach Alex Bates for his third season, as well as […]

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Rowing goes to Chattahoochee

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer The Washington College Men’s Rowing team participated in the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga, Tenn. on the Chattahoochee River on Nov. 3 and 4. They competed against all Division I schools with the exception of three competitors. On Nov. 3, freshman Sean Curry competed in the Men’s College […]

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Women’s soccer ends season of records

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer The Women’s Soccer Team took on Ursinus College, away, on Wednesday, Oct. 24 and played Muhlenberg College, at home for senior day, on Saturday, Oct. 27. The Shorewomen unfortunately lost to Ursinus 0-1, but it was a well fought game with senior Olivia Sabatino having five shots on goal […]

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Men’s basketball preview

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen basketball team is coming into the season with a very well-balanced roster of players. These players range from no experience to senior status when it comes to competing in the Centennial Conference. The team consists of three freshmen, six sophomores, six juniors, and one senior. Besides the […]

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