The University of Mary Washington Athletic Hall of Fame will induct
four new members as the 12th induction class on October 24, 2008, as
part of the schools Homecoming celebration. Former swimming
All-Americans Eliza Barcus Brown (96) and Chris Rice (98) and
multisport standouts Eliza Huber Scott (96) and Jennifer Wilson Buck
(94) comprise this years class.
Salisbury University, which won nine Capital Athletic Conference championships and finished second in four of the other 10 sports during the 2007-08 academic year, captured the annual Richard C. Cook All-Sports Award as well as the new Mens Commissioners Award and Womens Commissioners Award.
Kathleen Brown and Heather Leahy each scored 10 points, combined for 15 rebounds and led a stellar defensive effort to lead Marymount to a 51-34 CAC women's basketball victory at Wesley, giving Saints veteran mentor Bill Finney his 500th career coaching victory.
NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- Marymount sophomore guard TERELL WHITE (Ashburn, VA/Stone Bridge), York senior All-American forward CHAD McGOWAN (Dallastown, PA/Dallastown), Mary Washington freshman SARAH CROCKETT (Toano, VA/Lafayette) and St. Marys junior MICHAEL PRESTON (Pasadena, MD/Cardinal Gibbons) have been named the Capital Athletic Conference Athletes of the Week in their respective sports for Jan. 28, 2008.
The new online home for Salisbury University athletics launched today as www.suseagulls.com debuted with a new design, more functionality, creative features and all the latest interactive tools - including complete integration into D3Scoreboard.com and networked to the two conference sites of which SU is a member.
Salisbury senior forward Kate Weaver was named to the All-Region team and the Academic All-Region team as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) recently honored 13 Capital Athletic Conference student-athletes for their efforts in the 2007 season.
Salisbury is ranked No. 1 in the USILA poll and No. 2 in the IWLCA poll while the Villa Julie men and the Mary Washington women are both receiving votes in the first lacrosse rankings of the 2008 season.
NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- Salisbury junior guard Monica Merkel (Walkersville, Md./St. John's), Hood junior guard Ryan Junghans (Derwood, MD/Magruder), Gallaudet freshman Carlisle Robinson (Carmel, Ind./Carmel) and Mary Washington freshman Brad Dunn (Williamsburg, Va./Bruton) have been named the Capital Athletic Conference Athletes of the Week in their respective sports for Jan. 13, 2008.
Hood College has hired a former Division I standout from Fordham University to lead its softball program. Kate Davis Barrick becomes the fourth coach in the seven-year history of the Blazers' varsity softball program. She inherits the head coaching duties from Tricia Fiut, who resigned after four years at the helm.
Corey Hewson has been named as the head women's soccer coach at the University of Mary Washington, as confirmed by UMW Athletic Director Ed Hegmann. Hewson, who has served as an assistant coach for the Eagles for the past seven years, becomes the third coach in the 22-year history of the program, following Pete Ginnegar and Kurt Glaeser.
Gallaudet Interim Athletic Director Mike Weinstock announced the selection of Matt Lisle as the new head coach of Gallaudet Baseball. Coach Lisle comes to Gallaudet Athletics from Saint Mary's College High School in Berkeley, California.
After a comprehensive national search, Tom Byrnes has been hired as the first full-time Commissioner of the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) as announced today by the conferences Board of Directors. Byrnes is taking over for Richard C. (Dick) Cook who announced his plans to retire back in July.
In recognition of outgoing President Scott D. Millers unstinting devotion to supporting scholar-athletes and enhancing all intercollegiate sports and recreational programs and facilities at the College, Wolverine Stadium at Wesley College in Dover will be re-dedicated the Scott D. Miller Stadium, according to Charles Chip R. Dashiell, Jr., Chair of the Board of Trustees.
York College Dean of Athletics and Recreation Sean Sullivan is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Erick Camodeca as the mens track and field head coach. Camodeca replaces Jason Reider who resigned early in the school year due to family obligations.
The Hood College Athletics Department announced the hiring of Molly Hesterberg as the fifth womens lacrosse head coach in program history Tuesday. Hesterberg takes over the squad from Staci Thomson, who after five years at the helm chose to focus her efforts exclusively on Hood's field hockey program.
Salisbury University, the 13-time defending Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) champion, placed seven athletes on the 2007 All-CAC field hockey team as released today by the conference office. The Sea Gulls had six players selected to the first team and one selection on the second team. Senior defender Danielle Twilley (pictured) was selected as the Player of the Year.
Eric Dummann, an assistant mens lacrosse coach at Hood College for nearly two years, was promoted earlier this week and will take the reigns as head coach of the program for the upcoming 2008 spring season. Dummann is the fourth head coach in the history of the mens lacrosse program, which became a varsity sport at Hood in the spring of 2005. He inherits the position from Eric Shultz, who resigned earlier this month.
York (Pa.), the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournament runner-up, put seven players on the mens soccer All-CAC teams as released today by the conference office. The Spartans had three players selected to the first team and four selections on the second team. Sophomore midfielder Jon Ports (pictured) was selected as the Player of the Year.
York (Pa.), the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournament champion, placed six athletes on the 2007 All-CAC womens soccer teams as released today by the conference office. Salisbury University, the 2007 CAC tournament runner-up, finished with four players total on the teams, including senior forward Kate Weaver (pictured) who was selected as the Player of the Year
Salisbury University, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) champion, placed seven runners on the mens cross country All-CAC teams as released today by the conference office. The Sea Gulls had four runners selected to the first team and three selections on the second team. Senior Eric Graves (pictured) was selected as the Runner of the Year.
Salisbury University, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournament champion, and York (Pa.) both had two players named to the 2007 All-CAC Volleyball First Team on Monday afternoon. Salisburys junior outside hitter Stacey Krebs (pictured) was named the Player of the Year.
The University of Mary Washington, the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) champion, placed six runners on the womens cross country All-CAC teams as released today by the conference office. The Eagles had four runners selected to the first team and two selections on the second team. Senior Cristy Falcone (pictured) was selected as the Runner of the Year.
Top-seeded Salisbury University won their 13th consecutive Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) field hockey tournament championship with a 5-0 shutout victory over second-seeded St. Marys (Md.) on Saturday afternoon.