Men’s Basketball Recap of the Week

Basketball, Sports

By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen took on 3 opponents this past week, one being an exciting overtime victory against Cairn University. Haverford and Gettysburg were also in the mix this past week. After the win vs. Cairn on Tuesday, Nov. 28, the Shoremen took that momentum into Thursday’s game against Haverford College, closely […]

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WC Women’s Basketball Preview

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By Carson Metzker Elm Staff Writer  The Washington College women’s basketball team hopes to continue building on its growth over the past few seasons. This past season, the Shorewomen won six games more than they had in the previous season.          Five seniors will be returning this season to the court: Brynne Brouse, Jordan Weir, Kat […]

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Men’s Basketball Develops its Youth

Basketball, Sports

By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer In Head Coach Aaron Goodman’s second season as coach, the Shoremen finished the 2017 season with an overall record of 7-18, and 3-15 in Centennial Conference play. In Coach Goodman’s first season, the Shoremen won just three games overall and one game in conference play. The Shoremen’s seven wins […]

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Shorewomen Look Ahead

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer The Shorewomen basketball team finished the season with an overall record of 9-16, and 6-14 in Centennial Conference play under Head Coach Alisha Mosley in her fourth season at Washington College. Coach Mosley was pleased that the team improved their win total from a season ago by six games. […]

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Men’s Hoops Sends Off Seniors in Final Home Game

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen hosted their last two conference home games of the season last week with contests against McDaniel and Franklin & Marshall. The Shoremen were able to split these games by first knocking off McDaniel 49-44, and then losing to the Diplomats on Senior Day 74-63. In the Shoremen’s […]

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Grundy’s Historic Hoops Legacy

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By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer Saturday, Feb. 11 marked a double header against the Franklin and Marshall Diplomats for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. It was Senior Day for Shorewoman Ali Grundy, who stole the spotlight with the team high of 24 points, going five for 10 in three-pointers. As the only senior […]

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Winter “Break” for WC Student-Athletes

Basketball, Sports

By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer While the rest of campus enjoyed a relaxing five-week break between semesters, the winter athletes were hard at work. Both swimming and basketball had shorter breaks and longer practices than athletes in the off-season. For the swim team, winter break began at the end of finals week, lasting just […]

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Freshman Quattro Shows Promise

Basketball, Sports

By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer The Shorewomen began their three-game home stand last week on Tuesday, Jan. 24, as they hosted McDaniel College. Freshman forward Cassidy Quattro recorded her third double-double of the season in the losing effort. “My goals for this season are to continue to help my team win more games and […]

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Basketball Bonds Over Winter Break

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By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer The men’s and women’s basketball teams took advantage of the winter break to do some team bonding. The Shorewomen attended a University of Maryland women’s basketball game, while the men’s team took a trip to Florida to compete in a national tournament. The Shoremen’s visit to Fort Lauderdale was […]

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Men’s Hoops Strides On

Basketball, Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer The Goose Nation faithful were out in full force during the shoremen’s two-game homestand this past week, but their continued support wasn’t enough to rally their team against Centennial Conference powerhouses Swarthmore and Muhlenberg. Five minutes into the first half of the game against Swarthmore, a basket from sophomore […]

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