Women’s Basketball Reaches Final Stretch

Basketball, Sports

By John Niswander Senior Writer The Shorewomen were able to complete a season sweep over Bryn Mawr last week, 51-42, behind sophomore guard Bridget McLaughlin’s 13 points.  “Tonight we had our ups and downs, but we are very happy we pulled out a win,” said captain guard Caitlyn Clark, sophomore.  After trailing 3-0 to start the […]

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WC Basketball Approaches Final Games

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By John Niswander Senior Writer Both Washington College basketball teams enjoyed a week at home as each team competed in two Centennial Conference games against Haverford and Ursinus respectively. On Jan. 31, the Shoremen hosted Haverford for their Go4theGoal Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day Game in order to help raise awareness for pediatric cancer. The game was […]

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Two Tough Games Top the Shoremen

Basketball, Sports

By Chrissy Segrest Elm Staff Writer During the first week back on campus for students, the Washington College Shoremen took on conference opponents Swarthmore College and Muhlenburg College. On Jan. 25, the No. 11 ranked Swarthmore Garnets topped WC. To rebound from the loss, WC took on Muhlenburg on Jan. 27, hopeful for a win, but […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Cole Storm

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By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Freshman point guard Cole Storm is a prime example of one of the many young Shoremen that have done well in their first season at Washington College.  In this season for the Shoremen basketball program, the team is mainly comprised of younger players. The key to the team’s success originates in […]

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