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February 25, 2013
This weekend, men’s lacrosse and sailing opened the season with impressive wins while men’s and women’s swimming brought home medals from the Centennial Conference Championships.

Men’s Lacrosse Opens with a Commanding Win over Goucher

When the Washington College men’s lacrosse team saw its 2012 season come to an end at the hands of Goucher College in last year’s NCAA Division III Tournament, the Shoremen were held to just four goals. In their 2013 season opener, the 15th-ranked Shoremen doubled that total in just the first quarter en route to a 16-8 win over those very same Gophers this afternoon in Towson, MD. Read more »


Sailing Wins Tom Noble Team Race

The Washington College sailing team opened its spring season by finishing first of six teams in its own Tom Noble Team Race, held Saturday and Sunday on the Chester River.

Washington finished the regatta with a 16-4 overall head-to-head record, jumping out to a big lead by going 10-0 on the first day. 11th-ranked Navy finished 13-7, 16th-ranked New York Maritime 11-9, Virginia 11-9, top-ranked Georgetown 9-11, and Princeton 0-20. Two round robins were completed on each day. Read more »


Swimming Brings Home Medals in Centennial Conference Championships

The Washington College men’s swim team won eight medals and broke school records in eight events at the Centennial Conference Championships held over the weekend at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa. Gold and silver finishes by Eric Burcin ’16 and Lucas Morgan ’16, respectively, in the 200 breaststroke marked the first time the Shoremen have ever taken the top two spots in the same event at a Centennial Conference Championship meet. Read more »

Ellie Miskiel ’14 won two medals to lead the Washington College women’s swim team at the Centennial Conference Championships held Friday, yesterday, and today at Franklin & Marshall College. Read more »

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