ST. MARY'S CITY — Washington swept host St. Mary's in volleyball Saturday, its first win against this state rival in 15 years, and then defeated Hood in a tri-match.
HENDERSON — Washington junior Nathaniel Neuland headed Class D at the Maryland State Sporting Clays Championships over the weekend. Schrader's Outdoors hosted the National Sporting Clays Association event.
CHESTERTOWN — Washington's James Strine, right, attempts to tip the ball away from Randolph's Steve Martinez in the first half of Saturday afternoon's non-conference soccer match at Roy Kirby Jr. Stadium. Randolph (2-3-1) rallied from a 2-0 deficit in the second half to win in overtime, 3-2.…
CHESTERTOWN — Freshman Hannah Huffman’s goal on York’s first shot of the second half, set up by a Washington turnover, proved to be the winner in a 3-2 field hockey game Saturday night.
ROSEMONT, Pa. — Abby Hilty served up a career-high eight aces and as a team Washington hit .500 in a sweep of host Rosemont on Sept. 5. Set scores were 25-11, 25-19 and 25-8.
NORFOLK, Va. — In his collegiate debut last weekend, Washington freshman skipper Stewart Gurnell placed fourth in B Division of the Riley Cup. With senior Andrew Vernon as his crew, Gurnell won the first race. His other place-finishes, in order, were third, ninth, fourth, sixth and eighth.
CAMDEN, N.J. — Washington opened the season with a program-record third consecutive win by shutout Saturday, courtesy of a pair of Erin O’Reilly first-half goals.
DANVILLE, Ky. — Host Centre scored four unanswered goals in the middle periods to dismiss Washington, 4-1, Sunday, sending the Shore ladies back to Chestertown without a win over the Labor Day weekend.
NORTH EAST — Perhaps no varsity sport in Cecil County has had more postseason success in recent years than cross country, which, over the past seven years boasts three team state titles, multiple region crowns and numerous individual accolades from division winners to state champions.
CHESTERTOWN — Scott Wisniewski is leaving Washington College as the head men’s rowing coach. He is headed to Cabrini University as the head women’s coach.
CHESTERTOWN — While Washington returns seven seniors from the historically great 2018 women’s soccer team, there is no arguing that there is some regrouping to be done.
CHESTERTOWN — A solid nucleus of returning players and a deep and talented recruiting class bode well for Washington’s men, who are determined to bounce back from last year’s 6-8-3 campaign that was defined by six one-goal losses — including five in conference play.
CHESTERTOWN — Two longtime Washington College athletic department staff members have retired. The last day for Sue Brown and Gail Schmidt was Friday, Aug. 16.
CHESTERTOWN — Patrice Coleman has joined the women’s lacrosse staff here, Washington College head coach Kate Fowler announced Aug. 7.
CHESTERTOWN — Washington field hockey has two preseason scrimmages: 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22 at Mary Washington and 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 at home against St. Mary's. Both practice games are against non-conference opponents.