Baseball finishes record-breaking season

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer Finishing with one of the best records in Washington College history, the 2019 baseball team will be known for matching the 2012 school record of 28 wins in a season. Winning their last four games, the team has made a tremendous mark in the history books in just one […]

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Women’s lax makes playoffs

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By Isabella Sansanelli Incoming Sports Editor Both the men’s and women Washington College lacrosse teams faced off against two Centennial Conference opponents in their last games of the regular season. On Wednesday, April 24, the Shoremen battled Swarthmore College in a game that ended in a 12-7 win for WC. “Our strategy is to just […]

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Lacrosse teams battle the Diplomats  The Shoremen and Shorewomen both hosted and fell to Franklin & Marshall College on Saturday, April 20

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By Isabella Sansanelli Senior Sports Writer Both the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams faced off against the Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats in one of their last Centennial Conference games of the season.  The Diplomats topped both teams.   The Shoremen lacrosse team faced a tough loss on Saturday, April 17 on their home turf […]

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Tennis teams look to bounce back

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By Kayla Zapcic Senior Sports Writer The Washington College women’s tennis team took on Haverford College on Wednesday, April 17 at home. The Shorewomen fell short and lost to the Fords 6-3. This win for the Fords ranks them 7-0 in the Centennial Conference. The Shorewomen won one doubles match and lost two on Wednesday.  […]

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Ursinus tops softball team on senior day 

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer This past week in softball, the Shorewomen went on the road Wednesday, April 17 versus Immaculata University, then played at home on Saturday, April 20 versus Ursinus College for the senior day double header.  The Shorewomen had a difficult task coming into this past week. Every single game was […]

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War on the shore ends in overtime

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer On Saturday, April 13 the Shoremen took on the No. 1 ranked team in Division III, Salisbury University for the annual War on the Shore rival game. The Shoremen lost in double-overtime to the Gulls 15-14. The Shoremen chased the Gulls in the first two quarters, but ended the […]

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Women’s lax

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer The men’s lacrosse team continued Centennial Conference play this past week, starting off with a win against Muhlenberg College and another win just two days later against non-Centennial Conference opponent Colorado College. On Friday, April 5, senior Casey Grieves put Washington College on the board with 5:32 left in […]

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Goose Nation Family reunion brings back alumni

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer Along with admitted students day, alumni weekend, and the notorious War on the Shore lacrosse game, there were also a plethora of fall-sport alumni games that took place. The men’s soccer team, women’s soccer team, and field hockey team all competed in alumni games over the weekend. The men’s […]

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The diamond sees Conference games

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer This past weekend, both the softball and baseball teams had big Centennial Conference games to play. The Shoremen played their games on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday while the Shorewomen played their games on Tuesday and Saturday. For the Shoremen on Tuesday, they hosted in-Conference opponent Franklin &Marshall College. In […]

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Shoremen lacrosse sweeps weekend

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer The men’s lacrosse team continued Centennial Conference play this past week, starting off with a win against Muhlenberg College and another win just two days later against non-Centennial Conference opponent Colorado College. On Friday, April 5, senior Casey Grieves put Washington College on the board with 5:32 left in […]

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