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Marymount Women’s Basketball’s 20th NCAA Tournament TripMarch 1, 2018The Marymount women's basketball team is fresh off its 13th Capital Athletic Conference title and is on its way to its 20th NCAA Tournament in program history! We caught up with Head Coach Ashlee Rogers, senior Leah Hurst and junior Tyffani McQueen about the season so far and the excitement headed to the Big Dance...
2017 Marymount Hall of Fame - Omar CantyNovember 9, 2017Class of 2017 inductee Omar Canty, men's soccer alum, talks about being honored into the Hall of Fame and his introducer Head Coach Keith Moser...
Men's Lacrosse helps organize Mason Mile for sixth yearOctober 10, 2017For the sixth year, the Marymount men's lacrosse team has teamed up with the Mason Leach Superstar Fund to help organize and run the Mason Mile.
The Mason Leach Superstar Fun was created in memory of Mason Leach, a young boy who was taken far too early due to a form of medulloblastomas, the most common malignant brain tumor for children between the ages of 4 and 10 years.
The fighter, high-spirited and easy-to-love Mason passed away on October 13, 2007, but his spirit and story will forever live on.
The Mason Leach Superstar Fund works to encourage and empower patients at American Childhood Cancer Organization to recognize their inner strength and feel like superstars.
The men's lacrosse team has teamed up again to run the Mason Mile, this year hosted at the Marymount University Ballston Center in the heart of Arlington, Virginia on Saturday, October 21.
To register for the event or even just donate to a great cause, please go to www.masonleachsuperstarfund.com
Senior XC runner Saunders fundraises for teen battling cancerSeptember 26, 2017Senior Brooke Saunders and the Marymount cross country team are taking the Ireton Lawn on Wednesday afternoon from 12:30 PM to 3 PM to sell donuts.
Why donuts? Because donuts are Victoria Marsh's favorite food of course! Victoria is a great friend of Brooke from home in Delaware. Victoria was born with Down Syndrome, and a few years ago, developed Osteosarcoma, a bone cancer.
Osteosarcoma is a cancer that has no cure, and Victoria will be battling this cancer for the rest of her life. But, you can help! By heading to the Ireton Lawn on Wednesday afternoon to buy some donuts, all the proceeds will go to MIB Agents, a non-profit organization for osteosarcoma.
Come out and support a great cause!
If you cannot make it to campus to purchase any donuts, feel free to go to www.mibagents.org to donate to the cause.