The Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) recently announced its 2010 Division III womens lacrosse All-Chesapeake Region teams on Friday and Washington and Lee had three players recognized.
The College Sports Information Directors of America released its 2010 ESPN The Magazine mens and womens academic all-district at-large teams on Thursday morning and Washington and Lee placed four athletes on the first or second teams for the District III College Division.
Washington and Lee University held its annual Athletic Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, May 18 at Lee Chapel. Headlining the award winners were senior soccer/track & field athlete Maggie Sutherland (Pittsburgh, Pa./Sewickley Academy) and senior basketball/track & field athlete Ben Goetsch (Timonium, Md./Gilman), who were selected as the Pres Brown Outstanding Senior Female and Male Athletes of the Year as voted on by members of the department.
Elizabethtown senior attacker Stephanie Kreis (Bel Air, Md./John Carroll School) registered eight points to help guide the Blue Jays to a 13-12 victory over the 14th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team on Wednesday evening in NCAA Division III First Round action at the W&L Turf Field.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced its 2010 Division III Womens Lacrosse Tournament field on Sunday evening and Washington and Lee has been selected to host a first round contest on Wednesday, May 12 at Watt Field.
Washington and Lee University has announced its 23rd class to be inducted into its Athletic Hall of Fame. The class includes former basketball coach Verne Canfield, former lacrosse player Don Carroll 76, former football, lacrosse and wrestling athlete Robert Hull 96, and former soccer, lacrosse and basketball player Karin Treese Bauer 99.
Washington and Lee Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn has announced that 176 students earned Scholar-Athlete awards during the recently completed winter term. The students are all members of W&L athletic teams and achieved a grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.500.
The top-seeded and 15th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team opened with seven unanswered goals and never looked back as it claimed its eighth ODAC Championship in the last 10 years with a 14-6 victory over Lynchburg College in the conference title game on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field.
The 15th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team used an 11-0 run that covered both halves as they cruised to a 16-4 victory over Randolph-Macon in semifinal action of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference womens lacrosse tournament on Wednesday afternoon at Watt Field.
Sophomore attacker Alli Shearin (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) recorded a career-high six goals as the Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team topped Guilford, 20-6, on Wednesday afternoon at Watt Field.
Senior attacker Meredith Freeman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) recorded an unassisted marker with 6:23 remaining to lift the 14th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team to a 9-8 victory over Randolph-Macon College on Sunday afternoon in Ashland.
The 14th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team capitalized on five consecutive free position shots in the first half and never relinquished the lead as they held on for a 10-9 victory over 16th-ranked Catholic University on Wednesday afternoon at Watt Field.
Sophomore attacker Alli Shearin (Essex Fells, N.J./West Essex) led the Generals with five goals and five assists as the 17th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team defeated Hollins University, 22-2, on Wednesday afternoon in Roanoke.
The Washington and Lee womens lacrosse program will join teams across the country in celebrating "Womens Lacrosse Friends of Jaclyn Week." The Generals will play in honor and support of the Friends of Jaclyn (FOJ) Foundation in their upcoming home game on April 3 when they take on Lynchburg College at 1:00 pm.
Washington and Lee senior attacker Meredith Freeman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS) led the Generals with three goals as the W&L womens lacrosse team defeated Roanoke College, 9-7, on Monday afternoon at the W&L Turf Field.
The 17th-ranked Washington and Lee womens lacrosse team opened up a 7-0 lead less than 13 minutes into the game as it cruised to a 20-8 victory over Virginia Wesleyan Saturday afternoon at Foster Field.