Athletes Excel in the Classroom

Sports

By Pat Mariboe  Senior Writer As another successful year of Washington College athletics comes to a close, many student athletes are being recognized for their endeavors off the field. Just recently, several student athletes got inducted into renowned leadership and honor societies. Senior Maija Adourian, a four-year swimmer, is one of those student athletes who had the […]

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Check-in with Rowing and Sailing: Sailing Approaches End of Season, Shorewomen Rowing Stands at No. 13 in Division III

Sports

By Chrissy Segrest  Elm Staff Writer With only one competition left, the Washington College sailing team has been making waves in the sport. Coming in 10th place or better in three of their five competitions this spring, the team is one of the best in WC history. The team is very young, with only three seniors on […]

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Shorewomen Lacrosse Ups the Bears

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By Christian Yosef  Elm Staff Writer With the Shorewomen improving to 8-2 on the season and 3-0 in conference play on April 4 with their win at Ursinus, the women’s lacrosse team is one step closer to making conference playoffs for their eighth year in a row. The win marks the first time in 15 years that […]

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Athlete Spotlight: CJ Gillmer: Freshman Infielder Sees Bright Future in the Shoremen Baseball Program

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By Louis Galdos  Elm Staff Writer CJ Gillmer is in his first season as an infielder for the Shoremen and he has one goal: to win. It is in his competitive nature to win and that is the mindset he takes into every game he plays as a Shoreman. “We understand the importance of making baseball fun, […]

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WC Softball Team Lacks Same Resources as Baseball

Opinion

By Olivia Libowitz  Elm Staff Writer I enjoy one sport and that sport is baseball. I understand the appeal and the charm of the sport, and if I had to watch a game it would be baseball. But I also played softball for six months and am fairly certain the two games are fundamentally the same, despite […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Rachel Butler: Sophomore Takes the Mound and the Batter’s Box for the Shorewomen

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Coming into her second collegiate season, sophomore Rachel Butler already has racked up quite a few accolades. As a freshman, she made the 2017 All-Centennial Conference second team, she earned Shorewoman of the Week one time, and was a four-time Goose Nation TV Shorewoman Player of the Game last season. She […]

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2018 Shorewomen Lacrosse Preview 

Sports

After an impressive 10-7 record last season, being eliminated during the first round of Centennial playoffs by one point left a chip on the Washington College women’s lacrosse team’s shoulder. The returning 18 along with five new freshmen will take the conference head on for a chance at a conference berth. In December of 2017, […]

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2018 Softball Season Preview

Sports

By Carson Metzker Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s softball team hopes to carry the momentum from last year into the 2018 season. The Shore women finished the year with a record of 25-16 and dominated the Centennial Conference in 2017 with an in-Conference record of 13-3. The team ended the year with a second-place finish in […]

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Athletics Department Welcomes New Director

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By Andrew Chirco Sports Editor Upon the retirement of former Director of Athletics Bryan Matthews, Washington College President Sheila Bair promoted Thad Moore to the helm of the Athletics Department. Moore spent the last 16 years as the head athletic trainer and associate athletic director. During those years, his work was highly recognized by many […]

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