The Shorewomen Take on Swarthmore

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By Carson Metzker Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s women’s swim team continued its dominance over Salisbury University with a 138-64 win, WC’s 31st consecutive victory over the Sea Gulls. The Nov. 8 meet opened with a victory in the 200-yard medley relay. The team of senior caption Maija Adourian and sophomores Alex Searles, Lindsay Wiecki, and […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Gabby Winsky Wants to Make Plays

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By Elm Staff Gabby Winsky is ready for a change. The senior guard for the Washington College women’s basketball team sees herself as more of a “defensively minded player” and wants to switch it up. “My personal goal is to be more of an offensive threat … I tend to look to facilitate plays rather than […]

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Field Hockey Plays First Round; The Shorewomen Fall to the Fords in Overtime

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By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 31, the Shorewomen took on Haverford College on Washington College’s home turf in the first round of Centennial Conference playoffs. Both teams came out eager and excited to play. WC came out feeling they had the advantage, as they beat Haverford earlier this month.     For WC, the […]

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Women’s Soccer Wraps Up Season

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By John Niswander Senior Writer Senior Maribeth Harrington said the completed women’s soccer team season was a “crazy mix of emotions.”     “We had so many ups and downs, but at the end of the day, we are a family,” sae said.      The 2017 season concluded with an overall record of 7-9-1 under first year Head Coach […]

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Volleyball Finishes Play in CC; The Shorewomen Finish Their Season with Matches Against Ursinus and Muhlenberg

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By Sophia Gabriec Sports Editor In their match against Muhlenberg, the volleyball team completed their season in the Centennial Conference. Prior to the match vs. the Mules, WC competed against the Ursinus Bears on Oct. 25, their home finale. The match vs. the Bears was the Shorewomen’s home finale.  In their sixth straight win over […]

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Swimming Dominates the Diplomats

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By Sophie Gabriec Sports Editor Women’s Swimming The Washington College women’s swim team won over Franklin and Marshall in their home meet last Saturday on Oct. 28. This win marks 10 years since WC’s last victory over the Diplomats in 2007. With a final score of 134-128, WC had some standout performances. Senior Jenni Clune earned […]

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Shorewomen Head to Playoffs; Field Hockey Finishes Traditional Season and Looks to First-Round Game

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer     Washington College field hockey clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time since 2014.     While some fans may have seen this season as a rebuilding year for the Shorewomen due to the transition of first-year Head Coach Annie Kietzman, the team proved the naysayers wrong.          The […]

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Back in Action: Christian Keller makes Debut

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By Sophie Gabriec Sports Editor Now a junior, Christian Keller has returned to the soccer field after two seasons off  due to two proximal radius breaks in his left arm. Keller initially suffered from the injury halfway through preseason on Aug. 24, 2015. Exactly one year later, he broke his left arm in the exact same […]

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Field Hockey Goes on a Winning Streak: The Shorewomen Clinch a Spot in the Centennial Playoff Tournament

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The Shorewomen solidified their spot in the Centennial Conference Playoffs for the first time since 2014 after a dominating 3-0 run last week. Prior to the team’s successful October so far, the Shorewomen closed out a tough stretch of games in September with a decisive 7-1 win over the McDaniel Green […]

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