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Weekly Recap 11/19
To open their season, the Shorewomen couldn’t have started off on a higher note after winning defeating Goucher College 75-36. The 39-point win is the largest margin of victory in a season opener. The team finished the weekend versus St. Mary’s College (Md.) where they dropped the game by just two points.
In the team’s win, sophomore Cassidy Quattro recored a double-double with a game-highs in both points and rebounds with 13 in each category. To finish the weekend, junior Emily Thiemann had team highs in both points and rebounds with 14 and 9.
WC will host Swarthmore College on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in their season opener.
After dropping their season opener on the road at Salisbury, the Shoremen bounced back with a dominant 80-58 victory when they traveled to take on Goucher on Sunday. The 22-point victory is the largest margin of victory for head coach Aaron Goodman.
In the victory, sophomore Josh Porteous has 13 points and seven assists, which were game-highs in both categories. Fellow sophomore Austin Allen had the game-high in rebounds with 6.
The Shoremen will host Swarthmore College in their home-opener on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The Shorewomen picked up another victory when they traveled to Bryn Mawr College, defeating the Owls 116-65.
Junior Julia Portmann led the pack winning three individual events which included the 200 freestyle, the 200 butterfly, and the 500 freestyle. WC’s seniors also had much success with Jenni Clune, Katie Gorman, and Maija Adourian each winning their respective events.
The Shorewomen are finished with meets until December where they travel to Richmond, Virginia to compete in the Yellow Jacket Invitational.
The Shoremen hosted St. Mary’s (Md.), where the team picked up their second win of the month after cruising to a 153-52 victory.
In the win, freshman Leo Johnson became the school’s third-fastest swimmer ever in the 1000 freestyle after clocking in at 10:04.49. Sophomore Brendan Jones won the 200 individual medley while freshman Andrew Feeley captured the 200 freestyle.
Up next for the team is also a trip to Richmond, Virginia to compete in the Yellow Jacket Invitational.