Women’s Lax Goes to F&M

Sports

By Chrissy Segrest  Elm Staff Writer As the women’s lacrosse team looks to end the regular season with a winning record, they are getting ready for the playoffs. Should they win the Centennial conference tournament, they’ll head to the Division III NCAA tournament where they would play other non-conference teams. This past week and weekend was big […]

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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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On the Diamond: Baseball and Softball

Sports

By John Niswander  Senior Writer The Washington College baseball team contested a road double header last weekend at Muhlenberg College. WC raced out to an early 5-0 lead before a Mules rally saw the home team come back and prevail 7-5. “The Centennial Conference in baseball is extremely competitive and every team is capable of beating any […]

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Baseball and Softball Both Deserve Support: An Update to a Conversation on Campus Athletic Facilities and Equal Treatment

Opinion

By Olivia Libowitz  Elm Staff Writer I enjoy literally one sport and that sport is baseball. Did that sound familiar? This week I’m doing a follow up article to my piece last week on the softball team’s facilities. This time we’ll be looking at the baseball team, and their feelings on their own facilities, and how they […]

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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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WC Celebrates Fall Sport Alumni Games: Goose Nation Family Reunion Welcomes Back Graduated Student-Athletes for Competition

Sports

By Pat Mariboe  Senior Writer Shoremen and Shorewomen from far and wide flocked to Washington College on Saturday, April 7 for the Goose Nation Family Reunion. Alumni from the men’s soccer team, women’s soccer team, and field hockey team reconnected with their old coaches and teammates and tested the current undergraduates on the field. While all of […]

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Baseball Beats the Bullets in Double Header

Sports

By John Niswander  Senior Writer The Washington College baseball team swept the visiting Gettysburg Bullets for the first time in seven years last Sunday afternoon in a doubleheader played at Athey Baseball Park. The two wins were also the first two conference wins for the Shoremen this season. “Conference play hasn’t started the way we […]

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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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Softball Pushes Through

Sports

By Pat Mariboe  Senior Writer The Shorewomen opened their Centennial Conference campaign this past week with doubleheaders against Ursinus and Gettysburg.  Before resuming their normal training schedule in Chestertown, the Shorewomen travelled to Kissimmee, Fla. for spring break play. It wasn’t much of a break for the team, who played 10 games in the span of […]

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Women’s Lacrosse Takes on Randolph Macon

Sports

By Chrissy Segrest  Elm Staff Writer Randolph Macon College lost the Centennial Conference championship by only four goals last season, so the Shorewomen knew they had to come out and fight their best fight in their game versus the Yellow Jackets on Saturday, March 17. “People think that we’re the underdogs. At this point in the season […]

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