Athletics

Weekly Recap 4/23

April 22, 2017
Despite some rain and postponements, all spring sports were able to compete.

Men’s Lacrosse: The Shoremen suffered a back and forth, 15-9 loss to Franklin and Marshall College.

Juniors Tanner Barbieri and Tyler Powers each notched their 100th career points. Barbieri scored three goals and had two assists. Powers scored two goals.

The Shoremen will face-off with Swarthmore College on Wednesday, April 26th. 

Women’s Lacrosse: After an overtime victory over Haverford College, the Shorewomen hosted #9 Franklin and Marshall college where they lost 11-4.

Sophomore Cecily Docktor lead the offense in both games this past week. Docktor scored the game-tying goal and then the game winner versus Haverford. She also led the team on Saturday with two goals and an assist versus F&M. 

Senior goalie Haylee Solomon had a career-high in saves on Saturday with 18. Her previous career-high was last season when she collected 16 in a game.

WC will continue their playoff push on Wednesday, April 26th versus Swarthmore College. 

Softball: The Shorewomen clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference playoffs with a two game sweep over Haverford College. WC won both games  by a score of 9-2.

In the first game, junior Taylor Harcum went 4-4 with a double, two RBIs, and two runs. Harcum also pitched six innings, giving up just two runs while earning the win.

In the second game, freshman Alli Saul went 2-3 with a double, two RBI’s, all while scoring two runs. Sophomore Maddie Bennett pitched six innings while giving up two runs, five strikeouts, while earning the win.

WC will return to the field on Monday, April 24th when they take on Stevenson College for a 3 p.m. non-conference double-header.

Baseball: The Shoremen split a doubleheader versus Muhlenberg College on Sunday, April 23rd. The team lost the first game 2-1, but won the second 3-1.

Seniors Billy Griffin and Logan Dubbé both had two dominant starts. Griffin pitched eight innings, while striking out 12 batters and giving up no runs. Dubbé pitched for seven innings, while strike out seven batters and giving up zero runs.

WC returns to the field on Tuesday, April 25th when they host Johns Hopkins for a 3:30 conference game at home.

Sailing: The sailing team finished in 16th place at the Boston Dinghy Cup Challenge. Skipper Alex Smith and crew Allison Cochran were 16th in the A division. Skipper Hannah Schmidt and crew Griff Rodrigue placed 16th in the B division, while skipper Matt McDermaid and crew Bridgette Hindt finished 12th in the C Divison.

The next race for the team will come on Friday, April 28th, and Saturday, April 29th, when they compete in the American Trophy and Salisbury Spring Open.

Women’s Tennis: The Shorewomen clinched their third consecutive birth to the Centennial Conference Tournament with a 6-3 victory over Gettysburg College on Sunday, April 23rd.

Juniors Julie Lazer and Rachel Martinez won their doubles match with an 8-2 score. Sophomore MP Hubert and junior Krista Filiopoulos won their doubles match 8-6.

WC will return to action when they visit Johns Hopins on Wednesday, April 26th.

Men’s Tennis: The Shoremen also clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament with an 8-1 victory over Gettysburg.

Junior Justin Panepinto and senior Zack Novick were 8-4 winners, while junior Luke Weaver and senior Matthew Katz were 8-6 winners in their doubles match.

The Shoremen will face Johns Hopkins on Tuesday, April 25th on the road.

Rowing: Both men’s and women’s rowing were off this week, as they prepare to race in the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Championships on Saturday, April 29th. The championships will take place in Lewisberry, Pa.


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