Athletics

Weekly Roundup 3/10

March 10, 2017
Check-in with how the spring sports are doing as they head into their spring break.

Men’s Lacrosse: A 5-0 start heading into the ‘War On The Shore’ rivalry versus Salisbury University gives the Shoremen some confidence as they face the #1 team in the country this Saturday, March 11th at home.

WC is coming off a 14-5 victory over the Coast Guard Academy. Leading WC in the scoring column was junior captain Tanner Barbieri, who found the net three times while assisting on two scores. Junior goalie Ben Flood had a stellar performance, just allowing five goals while making 13 saves.

War On The Shore will start at 1 p.m. at Roy Kirby Junior Stadium.

Women’s Lacrosse: To start the week, WC went on to defeat Lynchburg College 17-3, and then traveled to Stevenson, where they lost 17-10. The Shorewomen sit at 2-1 as they head into their rivalry game versus #11 Salisbury. 

In the win versus Lynchburg, senior Kat Vincent and sophomore Kristy Grovom both scored 4 goals. Vincent continued her scoring streak over to the game versus Stevenson where she scored 6 goals.

WC will face off with Salisbury for the first time since 2005 on Saturday, March 11 on the road.

Softball: WC is coming off a double header split with Averett University, where they lost the first game 4-3, but won the second, 4-2. Freshman Rachel Butler and junior Elaina DiPrimio both went 2-3 to start the day.

In the second game, sophomore Maddie Bennett pitched a complete game and got the win. Freshman Leah Stokes and junior Allyson Meil both went 2-3.

Baseball: WC swept the weekend, going 3-0 while defeating Dean 10-2, and then taking both games on the road at Hood College.

Senior pitcher Billy Griffin threw for a career-high 14 strikeouts while allowing just 3 hits. Leading the bats was sophomore Luke D’Ostilio and junior Wes Roberstson. D’Ostilio went 3-5 while tallying 3 RBIs. Robertson went 2-3 with 2 RBI’s.

The Shoremen travel to Fort Myers, Florida where they will play 6 games.

Men’s Tennis: The Shoremen are coming off a 9-0 victory for their second win of the season. Now ranked 20th in the Atlantic South region, WC looks to continue their success in Orlando, Florida where they will spend their spring break.

Sophomore Chris Salisbury and Junior Jake Sandler were 8-3 winners. Senior Jeremy Novick and Junior Luke Weaver complete a sweep.

Women’s Tennis: The Shorewomen opened their season opener with a 7-2 win over St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Juniors Rachel Martinez and Julie Lazer opened with an 8-0 win.

The Shorewomen are now 1-0, and they will travel to Orlando, Florida for their spring break campaign. They will face Berry at 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 12th at 11 a.m.


Last modified on Mar. 10th, 2017 at 3:43pm by Andrew Chirico.