Swim Wins Ten Medals

Sports

By Sophia Grabiec  Sports Editor With seven sessions to face in an arduous four-day weekend, the Shoremen and Shorewomen performed well at the Centennial Conference Championships, accumulating a total of 10 medals and finishing third and fifth. Three school record race times were also broken during the four days of competition. “The preparation this year was […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Jake Brown Makes a Splash 

Sports

By Savannah Masterson Social Media Editor For sophomore Jake Brown, swimming runs in the family. His father was involved in water sports throughout high school, and Brown said he encouraged him to take up water polo, “but there’s not a lot of water polo around here so he pushed me to swim in college.” With […]

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Swim Finishes Regular Season Competition: WC Looks Forward to Centennial Conference Championships

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The Shoremen and Shorewomen both ended their regular season competitions on a high note with wins against McDaniel. The hard work doesn’t stop  as the team will now start preparing for the Centennial Conference Championships in less than two weeks. Assistant Coach Emily Rollo, who was appointed to the position this […]

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Men’s and Women’s Swimming Meet Recap

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The men’s and women’s swimming teams have been keeping busy in the pool as they gear up for the Centennial Conference Championships in a few weeks’ time. The teams kicked off the month of January with meets against Catholic and Dickinson. The Shoremen had a tough matchup against Catholic, who remain […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Swimmer Maija Adourian

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Maija Adourian strives for perfection.  She is always looking to improve so that she can better herself and push her teammates in the right direction. The women’s swim team captain strives to lead by example. Adourian won the Most Improved Swimmer award last year and was a two-time recipient of […]

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WC Swims Into Conference Competition: Men’s and Women’s Teams Each Take a Loss vs. Gettysburg

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By Josh Niswander Senior Writer Men’s Swimming     Junior Seth Wrigley had a strong showing last weekend for the Shoremen. He finished first in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 53.81 seconds, and second in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 2:02.65.     Two freshmen competed well for the Shoremen in the same event. Andrew Feeley […]

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Swimming Ends Home Finale

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CHESTERTOWN — The Washington College men’s and women’s swimming teams sent their seniors off with victories over McDaniel College on Saturday, Jan. 4. Women’s Swimming: The Washington College women’s swim team closed out its dual meet season with a 120-80 Centennial Conference victory over visiting McDaniel on Senior Day this afternoon inside Casey Swim Center. […]

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Winter “Break” for WC Student-Athletes

Basketball, Sports

By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer While the rest of campus enjoyed a relaxing five-week break between semesters, the winter athletes were hard at work. Both swimming and basketball had shorter breaks and longer practices than athletes in the off-season. For the swim team, winter break began at the end of finals week, lasting just […]

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