Although the season has been over for a month, the awards continue to roll in for the reigning ECAC Champion, Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team, as juniors Abby Wescott and Liah Agouras were named to the 2017 VaSID College Women’s Lacrosse All-State Team.
What a year for Marymount athletics! Five conference tournament appearances, a regular-season champion, gold medals at the conference swim championships, a program-first ECAC champion, an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament and making it to the Sweet 16 in Minnesota, a pair of All-Americans… And all of this goes without saying the incredible success in the classroom. The list goes on and on.
A great honor was announced on Wednesday by the Capital Athletic Conference, as senior William Bryan of the Marymount (Va.) University swim team was named a recipient of the Medal of Inspiration by the conference senior woman administrators and athletic directors with St. Mary’s College of Maryland senior women’s basketball player, Nina Haller.
Not only did the Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team have a successful year on the field this season, but again, it had a successful year in the classroom. The Saints earned an individual recognition to prove that success, seeing junior captain Kellen Cannon earn a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Women’s At-Large Team.
History was made on Sunday afternoon in several categories for the fifth-seeded Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team, throttling past second-seeded Misericordia University in the ECAC DIII Championship, 11-3, to collect the program’s first ECAC title.
On a rain-filled Saturday afternoon, the fifth-seeded Marymount University women’s lacrosse team advanced to the program’s first ECAC DIII Championship game, topping top-seeded and host Stockton University, 9-8.
The fifth-seeded Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team held off a late rally by the fourth-seeded Marywood University, 13-12, on Wednesday night in the ECAC Championship first round to advance to Championship Weekend held at Stockton University this weekend.
The Capital Athletic Conference announced its Baseball All-Conference accolades on Tuesday afternoon, and the Marymount (Va.) University baseball team was represented by two pitchers again this year, seeing junior starter Collin Bazemore and sophomore reliever Conner Hall earn second-team honors.
The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced the extension of the Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team’s season on Monday morning, naming it to the field of seven teams this year for the ECAC Division III Women’s Lacrosse Championship.
The Capital Athletic Conference announced its Women’s Lacrosse All-Conference teams on Wednesday morning, and the Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team was represented for the second-straight year by juniors Abby Wescott and Liah Agouras on Second Team.
The Marymount (Va.) University baseball team split a non-conference doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Bishop O’Connell High School with Bridgewater (Va.) College, taking the first game on a walk off in extra innings before dropping the late game.
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and a tied ballgame, senior Karlis Graubics put the Marymount (Va.) University baseball team in the win column in walk-off fashion, knocking in the game-winning run on an infield bouncer for the 9-8 victory over Catholic University on Thursday afternoon.
After another successful year for Marymount (Va.) University athletics across the board, the student athletes ready for the inaugural Saintspys, a closed event for the 17 Marymount athletic teams and their coaches held in the Verizon Sports Arena this Friday, April 28.
The Capital Athletic Conference Tournament run for the fifth-seeded Marymount (Va.) University baseball team came to a close on Friday afternoon, falling to the sixth-seeded University of Mary Washington, 18-3, in an elimination game.
The Eastern College Athletic Conference recognized three outstanding performers from the Marymount (Va.) University men's volleyball squad on Friday afternoon. Junior right-side hitter TJ Wiechecki was tabbed the ECAC South Offensive Player of the year. Wiechecki and junior setter Erich Bratke received First-Team All-ECAC accolades, while senior Tomasz Ksiazkiewicz garnered All-ECAC honorable mention.
The Marymount (Va.) University baseball team dropped to 1-1 in the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament on Thursday afternoon, falling to Wesley College by a score of 8-7 despite a near comeback in the latter half of the game.
The Marymount (Va.) University men's volleyball team's season may have come to an end in the Continental Volleyball Conference semifinals, but the accolades continue to roll in for junior TJ Wiechecki.
The Capital Athletic Conference announced its All-Conference teams on Wednesday afternoon, and it featured two members of the Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad. Junior Erik Timlin earned first-team All-CAC accolades, while senior Kyle Weitendorf garnered second-team All-CAC accolades for their impressive 2016-17 campaign.
After four years of building a strong foundation for the Marymount (Va.) University men’s volleyball team, Head Coach Hudson Bates has announced his resignation and acceptance of an assistant women’s volleyball coaching position at the University of Virginia.
The fifth-seeded Marymount (Va.) University baseball team overcame a five-run deficit on Tuesday afternoon in the opening round of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament, handing second-seeded Christopher Newport University a 7-6 decision on its home diamond.
The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad jumped another spot to secure a third-place finish in the Capital Athletic Conference Championship on Sunday afternoon. The three-day event took place on the 6374-yard Par 72 course at the Bay Creek Resort.
The Marymount (Va.) University men's golf squad improved one spot after day two of the Capital Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon. The three-day event is being held on the 6374-yard Par 72 course at the Bay Creek Resort. In round two, the blue and white collectively shot 330 (+42) to tie Wesley College for fourth in a field of seven squads.
The Marymount (Va.) University women’s lacrosse team closed out the regular season on Saturday afternoon for Senior Day, falling behind early to No. 14 University of Mary Washington to eventually drop an 18-9 decision.
The Marymount (Va.) University men's baseball squad split in its final Capital Athletic Conference matchup on Saturday afternoon against Wesley College, earning it the No. 5 seed in the CAC Tournament.