Senior Games Across the Board: Field Hockey, Men’s Soccer, and Volleyball Each Celebrate Senior Day

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By Sophia Grabiec and Josh Niswander Sports Editor and Senior Writer Field Hockey: Field hockey hosted Roanoke on Oct. 21 for a non-conference game as the Shorewomen celebrated Senior Day. Junior goalkeeper Morgan Domanico made nine saves in the Washington College 3-1 victory.     WC seniors Katie Arnold, Sami Bialozynski, Michaela Conners, Courtney Rainey, and Liza […]

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2017 Fall Season Begins for WC Club Men’s Soccer Team: Club Team Gains Traction as They Head Towards the Old Line Cup vs. St. Mary’s

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer Whether you’re a rookie, veteran, or simply love to play the game, the Washington College Club Soccer team might have a spot for you. While the team has officially been around for a few years, junior Trae Hoffner, current president and captain, is looking to make the club more prominent on […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Emily Caldarelli

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer In her first season at Washington College, freshman forward Emily Caldarelli has already made a name for herself on the Shorewomen’s soccer team. In the four games that she’s started in this season, Caldarelli has scored three goals and recorded three assists. She has been named Goose Nation TV Shorewoman […]

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Women’s Soccer vs. Gettysburg in Conference Opener

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By Andrew Chirico Business Manager The Shorewomen ended the week with an overtime win at Gwynedd Mercy and a 4-2 defeat when they hosted Gettysburg College. The team ended their non-conference section of the season on a high-note thanks to junior midfielder Lindsay Russell, who scored the game-winning goal in the overtime. With the score, Russell […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Josh Samuels Saves

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Whether on dry land or in water, junior Josh Samuels is an athletic threat to any opponent. When he’s not practicing with the swim team, Samuels, one of three captains of the men’s soccer team, is busy making saves. In his freshman year, he beat out two older goalkeepers and […]

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Kaliakin’s Record-Breaking Career

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Dimitri “Dima” Kaliakin may have played his last collegiate soccer game for the Shoremen a few weeks ago, but what the program will never forget is his accomplishments. The Shoremen finished the season with their best record since the year 2000, and qualified for the Centennial Conference Tournament for […]

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Soccer Continues Making History

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen have found themselves in numerous amounts of close games this season. Eight of their 17 regular season games have been decided by one goal, four have gone into overtime, and two have ended in a tie. The senior leadership has been a major reason why this team […]

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Soccer Continues Playoff Push

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Washington College opened the week with a 1-0 non-conference win over visiting Goucher this past Tuesday. One goal was all WC needed to secure the victory. The lone goal came around 30 minutes into the game when a corner kick by Dima Kaliakin was headed into the upper left […]

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Wilkinson Lifts WC Over McDaniel

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer The men’s soccer team opened the week with a 3-0 loss on the road at nationally ranked Haverford. WC closed out the week with a thrilling come from behind 2-1 win on the road at McDaniel. With this win, WC has now won back-to-back games over McDaniel for the […]

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Women’s Soccer Picks Up Road Win

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By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Washington College women’s soccer had  a 2-0 shutout victory over host Delaware Valley University last week. With the win, the Shorewomen finished the non-conference portion of the schedule this season with a 5-1-1 record. This marked the best non-conference record ever in the history of the 19 seasons of […]

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