CHESTERTOWN — A total of 16 Washington College soccer players have qualified for the conference’s Academic Honor Roll, carrying a cumulative grade point average of 3.40 or better out of a possible 4.0. Freshmen are not eligible.

CHESTERTOWN — Washington field hockey player Kailyn Brandt has earned the Academic All-Centennial Conference designation for the second year in a row for her accomplishments on and off the field. She meets the Academic Honor Roll criterion of maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3…

SWARTHMORE, Pa. — A second conference win two weeks into the basketball season was probably asking too much of Washington’s women, who certainly gave it the old college try last week.

WYE MILLS — The Skipjacks began a three-game week with a statement win against Catonsville, 85-53, on Monday evening.

CHESTERTOWN — Bill McLean, who has 25 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level, has been tapped to head the men’s rowing program at Washington College. He succeeds Scott Wisniewski, who resigned in August to take a coaching job at Cabrini College.

CHESTERTOWN — Alec Lewis was almost perfect on the night, draining the only two free throws he attempted and nine of 11 shots from the floor on the way to a game-best 24 points. Three other Shoremen also scored in double figures, including Daniel Brown with a career high of 18 points, as Was…

CHESTERTOWN — Senior right-side hitter/defensive specialist Cassie Kowalski is Washington College’s representative on the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team for volleyball. She was nominated by head coach Jamie Leventry.

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Host Muhlenberg got match bests of 15 kills and 16 digs from Maggie Enestvedt on its way to a sweep of Washington on Nov. 2 in a Centennial Conference volleyball match.

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Muhlenberg salvaged a Senior Night victory for goalie Jordan Segrave, scoring in the 72nd minute to dispatch Washington, 2-1, in the final field hockey game of the season for both schools Nov. 2.

CHESTERTOWN — With each of its five starters scoring at least seven points, and three in double digits, Washington dismissed visiting Immaculata, 73-56, Saturday in the season opening women’s basketball game for both schools.