Swim Wins Ten Medals

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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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The Shorewomen Take on Swarthmore

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By Carson Metzker Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s women’s swim team continued its dominance over Salisbury University with a 138-64 win, WC’s 31st consecutive victory over the Sea Gulls. The Nov. 8 meet opened with a victory in the 200-yard medley relay. The team of senior caption Maija Adourian and sophomores Alex Searles, Lindsay Wiecki, and […]

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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 Dominates the Diplomats

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By Sophie Gabriec Sports Editor Women’s Swimming The Washington College women’s swim team won over Franklin and Marshall in their home meet last Saturday on Oct. 28. This win marks 10 years since WC’s last victory over the Diplomats in 2007. With a final score of 134-128, WC had some standout performances. Senior Jenni Clune earned […]

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