Club sports begin recruiting for spring semester

Student Life

By Carlee Berkenkemper Elm Staff Writer   If you’re looking for a way to stay warm this winter, keeping your energy up by participating in club sports is the perfect opportunity. Club sports offered at Washington College during the spring semester include groups such as women’s volleyball, Mixed Martial Arts, women’s field hockey, Dance Club, […]

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Volleyball Preseason, The Shorewomen Prepare for Conference Play

Sports

By Sophie Grabiec Sports Editor   With another preseason in the books, the Washington College volleyball team looks to incorporate their underclassmen into rotation this season, as they only have four upperclassmen on their roster. Seniors Lizzie Baden and Kaitlyn Marino are accompanied by juniors Cassie Kowalski and Olivia Portera, while seven sophomores and six […]

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

Sports

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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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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Volleyball Plays a Full Week of Tough Matches: WC Dominates Against the Red Devils but Fall to Fords and Saints

Sports

By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer Volleyball went head-to-head with Marymount, Dickinson, and Haverford, coming out of the week with a record of 15-8 overall. Starting on Wednesday, Oct. 4 the Shorewomen went on to play three games in one week, beginning with a tough loss from the Marymount Saints. On Saturday, Oct. 7 the Shorewomen […]

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Volleyball Splits Home Matches

Sports

By Chrissy Seagrest Elm Staff Writer Starting the season off strong, the women’s volleyball team was 8-0 going into Saturday’s matches against the Rosemont Ravens and the undefeated Gettysburg Bullets. The team split the tournament, improving to 9-1 on the season. After a tough loss from Gettysburg, the Shorewomen were able to come back and sweep […]

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Volleyball Dominates Early in the Season

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By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The Shorewomen started off their season in dominant form, capturing a perfect 4-0 record at the DeSales Invitational in Center Valley, Pa., last week. On day one of the tournament, the team faced off against Gwynedd Mercy and Baruch, winning 3-0 in each match. In their first match of the […]

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Cain Gym Floor Renovation Disrupts Practice: Volleyball Forced into Alternative Locations for Duration of Preseason

Sports

By Gabby Kszak Elm Staff Writer Washington College volleyball athletes in preseason haven’t just been adjusting to a rigorous workout schedule. They have been adjusting to the various high schools and colleges where preseason is held. Due to the renovations occurring in the Cain Athletic Center, they have had to relocate preseason to wherever is available, […]

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Volleyball Captains Ready for Season

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer After posting a 1-6 record at home and failing to qualify for the Centennial Conference playoffs last season, Washington College women’s volleyball Head Coach Jamie Leventry is hoping to get the season off to a running start with the help of a newly elected senior captain trio Taylor Horan, Sarah […]

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Women’s Basketball Season Preview

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer The Shorewomen have decided to turn the page and start a new chapter on the court this season. After finishing last season with a 3-21 overall record, they look to make amends for their poor form last year with a new, youthful group of players, along with some returners. […]

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