CHESTERTOWN — Quincy Miles Samus' all-star career coincided with the best four-year run in the history of Washington's field hockey program, when the Shore ladies went a combined 57-17. She and three others will be inducted into the college's hall of fame Oct. 19.

CHESTERTOWN — Washington College star swimmer Julia Portmann, who graduated in May with a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 as a biology and environmental science double major, has been named to the Division III Academic All-America women’s at-large third team.

CHESTERTOWN — Washington senior attackman Casey Grieves repeats on the second team of the All-Centennial Conference lacrosse team and three other Shoremen earned post-season accolades in voting conducted by the conference’s nine head coaches.

CHESTERTOWN — Washington College’s Thad Moore is a member of the 2019 induction class of the Maryland Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame. He served as the college’s head athletic trainer for 16 years until becoming the athletic director in August 2016.

CHESTERTOWN — In voting by the Centennial Conference's 10 head baseball coaches, Washington senior third baseman Aaron Barclay and junior catcher Ryan Zwier and senior second baseman Luke D'Ostilio earned all-star recognition.

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Haley Norris of Chestertown, a redshirt junior on Division I High Point University’s lacrosse team, was named an All-Big South Conference all-star. She was one of three defenders placed on the elite first team in voting by the conference’s coaches.

CHESTERTOWN — Washington sophomore Ella Samer excelled on and off the tennis court this spring to qualify as an Academic All-Centennial performer. She earned a spot on the conference’s Academic Honor Roll by maintaining a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale) and rec…

CHESTERTOWN — Washington freshman shortstop Megan Robbins received honorable mention in all-star voting by the Centennial Conference’s nine head softball coaches. She batted .286 for the 10-29 Shore ladies, and was one of only two players to start all 39 games.

INDIANAPOLIS — Recently crowned Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference champion Washington is headed to the NCAA Division III championship regatta for women this week at the Indianapolis Rowing Center.

LEWISBERRY, Pa. — Washington’s women captured their seventh straight Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference team title and the automatic bid to the NCAA Division III championship regatta that goes to the conference winner. They will head to nationals in Indianapolis over the final weekend in May.

PHILADELPHIA — Washington's men placed second in the collegiate quad and won the petite final of the novice four at last weekend's Dad Vail regatta, a solid finish for a spring chock-full of success.

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Averting an upset on the final play day of the regular season, No. 9-ranked Gettysburg closed Saturday’s lacrosse game on a 4-1 run to close the door on Washington’s post-season aspirations, 12-8.

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Washington will get a chance to avenge its narrow loss to Gettysburg in the regular-season finale last week when the two sides face off Saturday in the semifinal round of the Centennial Conference women’s lacrosse tournament.