Women’s Lacrosse Moves On

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The women’s lacrosse team clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference playoffs for the eighth consecutive year after a 16-11 win over Haverford on Wednesday, April 18. The Shorewomen tried to get the momentum going heading into the playoffs with two final home games against Swarthmore and No. 4 Gettysburg last […]

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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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Men’s Lacrosse Update

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By John Niswander  Senior Writer The Shoremen men’s lacrosse team returned home last week and earned two non-conference wins against St. Mary’s College of Maryland and Frostburg State University. “Overall I think the team has performed well. In the three and a half weeks we have been practicing the guys have worked hard to get better […]

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The Generals Take Control of the Geese in Lexington

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By John Niswander Senior Writer Junior Casey Grieves scored three goals, but it was not enough to help the Shoremen lacrosse team overcome Washington and Lee in Lexington, Virginia as Washington College fell 18-10 last Saturday to the Generals. “I think today was a big learning opportunity for us. It was a hard-fought game that did […]

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2018 Shorewomen Lacrosse Preview 

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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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Shoremen Lacrosse Wins Home Opener: Sloan Excited For The Future After Defeating Birmingham-Southern 16-7

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The Shoremen had their first taste of action this past week in a scrimmage against Arcadia in preparation for their season opener against Birmingham-Southern. Sophomore Cooper Sloan said he was thrilled with his team’s performance against Arcadia and hoped for a similar result in their first official matchup on Saturday. “We […]

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Kat Vincent’s Historic Legacy

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By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer Senior women’s lacrosse attacker Kat Vincent is determined to lead her team to successful postseason. Her finesse in regular season play has won her 2016 All-Centennial Conference first team, Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Fast Break Division III Offensive Player of the Week, 4x Centennial Conference Offensive Player of […]

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Vincent Sets Historic Records

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer The Shorewomen quickly put the loss behind them as they went on to defeat Muhlenberg College, 19-9 on Saturday, April 8.  In the win, Vincent stole the show, setting the Centennial Conference career and single-season records for free-position goals while tying a single-game school record with 11 points. Head […]

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Men’s Lax Thumps Muhlenberg

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By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor It was a game of complete control, in which the Washington College men’s lacrosse team never trailed in a 13-3 conference victory over host Muhlenberg College. The Shoremen got things going quickly, taking a 4-0 lead in the first quarter which started when sophomore Brady O’Neill scored the first goal […]

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Carson Metzker’s Lacrosse Dedication

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer In lacrosse, a face-off occurs at the beginning of the game and after every goal. For this reason alone, the face-off position is one of the most important positions on the field. Most importantly, the goal of the face-off is to win the groundball, because whichever team wins the […]

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