Baseball Battles in Conference: Mikulus, Robertson Have Standout Games On, Off the Mound

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Baseball played a home and home against McDaniel last week, with the home school winning in each game. WC won the first game on home soil Tuesday by a score of 3-1. McDaniel avenged the loss when they hosted Friday night by a score of 13-6. Junior pitcher P.J. […]

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Niswander’s Notes: Baseball and Softball

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Baseball played a home and home against Swarthmore last week, with the home school winning each game. Swarthmore won the first game on home soil Wednesday by a score of 12-2. WC avenged that ten-run loss when they hosted Friday night, and prevailed 9-8 in extra innings. “We knew […]

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Baseball/Softball Aim for Playoffs

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Washington College baseball and softball have enjoyed strong starts to their spring seasons, and are preparing for conference play as our calendars turn to April. Currently, baseball has a record of 9-3, and 0-2 in Centennial Conference play. Senior captain and pitcher, Billy Griffin, leads the Shoremen in starts […]

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Bennett Does it All For WC

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By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer Sophomore Maddie Bennett has not been shy about making a positive impact on the Washington College Softball team in her second season. The Ellicott City, native went 12-3 in 22 appearances while striking out 90 batters and holding a 2.25 ERA. Along with an impressive athletic resume, Bennett is […]

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Lemmo and Belyea Join as New Coaches

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen baseball team has been under new guidance when they hired first-year assistant coaches Pat Lemmo, and Cooper Belyea. Before coming to Washington College both coaches played baseball at Ithaca College. Lemmo was hired as the pitching coach, he graduated in May 2013. During his collegiate career, Lemmo […]

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Shoremen Look for Rings

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By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor Despite the occasional Maryland snow showers, Athey Park is ready for baseball fans when the Shoremen open the 2017 this Saturday, Feb. 25. With the preseason portion of the season coming to a close, third-year head coach Matt Reynolds is satisfied with the progress he has seen. “Our pitching has […]

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Baseball Hits Annapolis

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Following their alumni game on Saturday, Oct. 8, the Washington College baseball team traveled to Annapolis the next day, to take on the Naval Academy in a two-game scrimmage, where head coach Matt Reynolds returned to his former team that he had coached for in the past. Coach Reynolds […]

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Shoremen Notch A Playoff Spot, Win Awards

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By Tim Marcin Elm Staff Writer The Washington College baseball team recently had a fantastic and historic week. It started off well on April 22, when the Shoremen beat Wesley College 5-4 in what Coach Al Streelman called a “nail-biter” and an “outstanding college baseball game.” Leading the way for WC were freshmen pitchers Joe […]

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Shoremen Baseball Pushing for a Playoff Spot

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By Tim Marcin Elm Staff Writer The Washington College baseball team made great progress toward a Centennial Conference playoff berth this past weekend, sweeping Dickinson College in a doubleheader. The squad is currently sitting in fourth place in the conference, with four teams advancing to the playoffs. The visiting Shoremen certainly made quite a statement […]

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Baseball Drops a Couple, Splits Against Ursinus

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By Tim Marcin Elm Staff Writer Leading up to a visit to Ursinus, the Washington College baseball team was sitting in a bit of a hole. It had just lost to a 4-16 Arcadia squad by a score of 10-6 and to conference foe McDaniel 16-11, both of which were home games. As Coach Al […]

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