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2017 Women's Lacrosse Standings

Schools CAC Overall
Salisbury 3-0 7-3
York (Pa.) 2-0 6-2
Chris. Newport 2-0 8-3
St. Mary's (Md.) 2-0 6-5
Frostburg St. 2-1 5-6
Mary Washington 1-2 7-4
Marymount (Va.) 0-3 8-3
Wesley 0-3 5-4
Southern Virginia 0-3 3-8
Full Standings
Results
Mar 30
Baseball Postponed
East. Mennonite
at Southern Virginia
Mar 30
Baseball Postponed
Penn St.-Berks
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 29
Baseball Postponed
Southern Virginia
at Frostburg St.
Mar 28
Softball Final
1 Me.-Presque Isle
2 at Southern Virginia
Mar 28
Softball Postponed
Wesley
at Arcadia
Mar 28
Softball Postponed
Franklin & Marshall
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Softball Final
4 Me.-Presque Isle
5 at Southern Virginia
Mar 28
Men's Tennis Final
9 Pacific (Ore.)
0 at Salisbury
Mar 28
Women's Tennis Postponed
Southern Virginia
at Hood
Mar 28
Softball Postponed
Wesley
at Arcadia
Mar 28
Men's Tennis Postponed
York (Pa.)
at Frostburg St.
Mar 28
Men's Tennis Postponed
Lancaster Bible
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Baseball Postponed
York (Pa.)
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Baseball Postponed
Wesley
at Neumann
Mar 28
Women's Tennis Postponed
York (Pa.)
at Frostburg St.
Mar 28
Women's Tennis Postponed
Lancaster Bible
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Baseball Final
4 Mary Washington
5 at Apprentice School
Mar 28
Softball Postponed
Franklin & Marshall
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 27
Women's Lacrosse Final
19 York (Pa.)
7 at Frostburg St.
Mar 27
Women's Lacrosse Final
14 Wesley
15 at Lancaster Bible
Mar 27
Women's Lacrosse Final - OT
10 Bridgewater (Va.)
11 at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 27
Softball Final - 6 innings
1 Elizabethtown
9 at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 27
Softball Final
3 Eastern
8 at York (Pa.)
Mar 27
Men's Tennis Postponed
Southern Virginia
at Bridgewater (Va.)
Mar 27
Softball Final - 6 innings
0 Eastern
8 at York (Pa.)
Mar 27
Softball Final
2 Elizabethtown
6 at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 26
Softball Final
3 Manhattanville
4 at Salisbury
Mar 26
Softball Final
8 Delaware Valley
10 at Wesley
Mar 26
Softball Final
0 Penn St.-Behrend
5 at Chris. Newport
Mar 26
Men's Tennis Postponed
Frostburg St.
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 26
Baseball Final
8 Rowan
4 at York (Pa.)
Mar 26
Men's Lacrosse Final
15 Salisbury
10 at Roanoke
Mar 26
Women's Lacrosse Final
4 Salisbury
8 at Franklin & Marshall
Mar 26
Women's Tennis Postponed
Frostburg St.
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 26
Softball Final
3 Frostburg St.
7 at Kean
Mar 26
Men's Tennis Final
2 Franklin & Marshall
7 at Mary Washington
Mar 26
Baseball Final
8 Frostburg St.
6 at Gallaudet
Mar 26
Softball Final - 5 innings
12 Manhattanville
1 at Salisbury
Mar 26
Softball Final - 5 innings
1 Delaware Valley
9 at Wesley
Mar 26
Softball Final
3 Penn St.-Behrend
2 at Chris. Newport
Mar 26
Softball Final
1 Frostburg St.
5 at Kean
Mar 25
Softball Final
7 Chris. Newport
2 at Wesley
Mar 25
Men's Tennis Final
5 Mary Washington
4 at Chris. Newport
Mar 25
Baseball Final
6 Mary Washington
9 at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 25
Baseball Final
12 York (Pa.)
0 at Wesley
Upcoming
Mar 28
Men's Golf
Mary Washington, Marymount, York at
Lynchburg Invitational @ Poplar Grove Golf Club
Mar 28
Baseball 3:30 PM
Marietta
at Frostburg St.
Mar 29
Softball 2:30 PM
Stevenson
at Salisbury
Mar 29
Men's Tennis 3:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 29
Men's Tennis 3:00 PM
Southern Virginia
at York (Pa.)
Moved from 3/11
Mar 29
Baseball 3:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at Mary Washington
Mar 29
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 29
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Southern Virginia
at York (Pa.)
Mar 29
Baseball 3:30 PM
Salisbury
at Wesley
Mar 29
Baseball 3:30 PM
Marymount (Va.)
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 29
Baseball 3:45 PM
St. Mary's (Md.)
at York (Pa.)
Mar 29
Men's Lacrosse 4:00 PM
York (Pa.)
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 29
Men's Lacrosse 4:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at Mary Washington
Mar 29
Men's Lacrosse 4:00 PM
Arcadia
at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 29
Men's Lacrosse 4:00 PM
Salisbury
at Wesley
Mar 29
Women's Lacrosse 4:00 PM
Mary Washington
at Chris. Newport
Mar 29
Women's Lacrosse 4:00 PM
St. Mary's (Md.)
at York (Pa.)
Mar 29
Softball 4:30 PM
Stevenson
at Salisbury
Mar 29
Men's Lacrosse 5:00 PM
Ohio Wesleyan
vs. Frostburg St.
@ at Wheeling Jesuit Univ.
Mar 29
Women's Lacrosse 5:00 PM
Marymount (Va.)
at Southern Virginia
Mar 29
Women's Lacrosse 7:00 PM
Wesley
at Salisbury
Mar 30
Outdoor Track & Field
Christopher Newport, Salisbury at
Colonial Relays
Mar 30
Men's Tennis 1:00 PM
Southern Virginia
at Hood
Mar 30
Softball 3:00 PM
York (Pa.)
at Franklin & Marshall
Mar 30
Softball 3:00 PM
Randolph-Macon
at Mary Washington
Mar 30
Men's Tennis 3:30 PM
Penn St.-Harrisburg
at Lebanon Valley
Mar 30
Baseball 3:30 PM
Salisbury
at Washington College
Mar 30
Baseball 3:30 PM
York (Pa.)
at Rutgers-Camden
Mar 30
Men's Tennis 4:00 PM
Salisbury
at Mary Washington
Mar 30
Women's Tennis 4:30 PM
Sweet Briar
at Southern Virginia
Mar 30
Softball 5:00 PM
York (Pa.)
at Franklin & Marshall
Mar 30
Softball 5:00 PM
Randolph-Macon
at Mary Washington
Mar 31
Men's Golf
Mary Washington, Marymount, York at
Marine Credit Union Collegiate Championship @ Paradise Point GC, Camp Lejune, N.C.
Mar 31
Outdoor Track & Field
Christopher Newport, Salisbury at
Colonial Relays
Mar 31
Outdoor Track & Field
Mary Washington at
Battleground Relays
Champ Info

2016-17 CAC Championships

Fall Sports | Champion
Men's Cross Country - Christopher Newport
Women's Cross Country - York
Field Hockey - Salisbury
Men's Soccer - Christopher Newport
Women's Soccer - Christopher Newport
Volleyball - Mary Washington

Winter Sports | Champion
Men's Basketball - Christopher Newport
Women's Basketball - Christopher Newport
Men's Swimming - Mary Washington
Women's Swimming - Mary Washington
Men's Indoor Track & Field - Christopher Newport
Women's Indoor Track & Field - Christopher Newport 

Spring Sports | Date  
Baseball - April 18, 20-22
Men's Golf - April 14-16 - Bay Creek Resort, Cape Charles, Va.
Men's Lacrosse - April 19, 22, 29
Women's Lacrosse - April 18, 22, 29
Softball - April 20-22
Men's Tennis - April 14, 18, 21
Women's Tennis - April 15, 19, 22
Men's & Women's Outdoor Track & Field - April 21-22 at Mary Washington

CAC Videos

March 24, 2017 2017 CAC Men's Tennis Preseason Webcast Coaches and student-athletes around the CAC discuss the men's tennis season.
March 24, 2017 2017 CAC Women's Tennis Preseason Webcast Coaches and student-athletes around the CAC discuss the 2017 women's tennis season.
March 5, 2017 Christopher Newport Post Game Press Conference - March 4th, 2017 CNU took down Lynchburg to move on to the sweet sixteen by a score of 69-51
March 4, 2017 Christopher Newport Post Game Press Conference - March 3rd, 2017 CNU Women's Basketball defeated Staten Island 98-56 in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament
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Athletes Of The Week

Morgan Uhlick, York, Men's Golf, Freshman
Morgan Uhlick York Men's Golf Freshman York freshman Morgan Uhlick was tabbed as the CAC Golfer of the Week after placing in a tie for fourth at the McDaniel Spring Invitational last weekend. Uhlick started to the two-day tournament at the Bridges Golf Club with a four-over-par 76 on Saturday, before carding a six-over 78 on Sunday for a two-day total of 154. He finished four strokes out of the first place in the 92-player field. Read More
Matt Miles, Mary Washington, Men's Tennis, Sophomore
Matt Miles Mary Washington Men's Tennis Sophomore Mary Washington sophomore Matt Miles earned CAC Men's Tennis Player of the Week recognition after winning all three of his singles matches and two out of three doubles matches in wins over Bates, Christopher Newport, and Franklin & Marshall. Against Bates, Miles posted a 6-4, 2-6, 7-6 win at No. 2 singles over Chris Ellis and teamed with Derek Hagino for an 8-2 triumph at No. 2 doubles. Against CNU, he downed Justin Cerny 6-1, 6-4 at the No. 2 position, helping UMW secure a crucial 5-4 victory. Against F&M, Miles won at No. 1 singles 6-1, 6-1 over Jack Rothman, and teamed with Hagino for an 8-3 victory at No. 2 doubles. Miles is ranked 49th in the nation, and 12th in the Middle Atlantic region. Read More
Jeff Gibson, Mary Washington, Men's Track & Field, Freshman
Jeff Gibson Mary Washington Men's Track & Field Freshman Mary Washington freshman Jeff Gibson was named the CAC Track Athlete of the Week after winning the 10,000 meters at the Jack Toms Invitational on Saturday with the seventh-fastest time in the nation. Gibson crossed the finish line in 31:36.32 to capture top honors. Read More
J.R. Lowery, Frostburg State, Men's Track & Field, Senior
J.R. Lowery Frostburg State Men's Track & Field Senior Frostburg State senior J.R. Lowery secured CAC Field Athlete of the Week honors for the second straight week after recording the top-three marks nationally in both the shot put and hammer throw at the Jim Taylor Invitational. Lowery won the shot put with a throw of 17.17 meters, good for the top mark in Division III so far this spring. He also placed second in the hammer throw at 54.23 meters, which ranks third in the nation. Read More
Jordan Schaefer, Salisbury, Women's Tennis, Freshman
Jordan Schaefer Salisbury Women's Tennis Freshman Salisbury freshman Jordan Schaefer was chosen as the CAC Player of the Week after going 6-0 last week in a 2-1 week for the Sea Gulls. Schaefer was a perfect 3-0 in singles matches at the No. 5 position, posting straight-set victories against Occidental and Whittier and a three-set triumph against 40th-ranked Oberlin. In doubles, she teamed with Claudia Lohn for a trio of victories at the No. 2 spot. Read More
Jess Delviscio, York, Women's Track & Field, Sophomore
Jess Delviscio York Women's Track & Field Sophomore York sophomore Jess Delviscio received the CAC Track Athlete of the Week accolades after breaking a school record in the 1500 meters at the Jim Taylor Invitational at Susquehanna. Delviscio crossed in 4:43.55, breaking the York school record by over eight seconds. Delviscio's time is the best in the CAC this season by over 16 seconds and is currently the 11th best time in the country. She placed second among a group of 50 competitors that included many from Division I schools, and finished behind only a DI runner from Bucknell. Read More
Briana Sutton, Christopher Newport, Women's Track & Field, Senior
Briana Sutton Christopher Newport Women's Track & Field Senior Christopher Newport senior Briana Sutton was named the CAC Field Athlete of the Week after winning three events and establishing a new school record at the Commonwealth Duals on Saturday at POMOCO Stadium. Her school-record mark of 38.62 meters in the javelin highlighted her performance. That throw broke the previous CNU school record of 38.30 set by Anette Glasser in 1999. Her throw also ranks first in the CAC by over four feet this year and stands 16th in the NCAA. Additionally, Sutton won the high jump with a 1.58-meter performance. That ranks first in the CAC and 20th in the country so far this year. She also won the long jump with a 5.21-meter leap, which ranks second in the conference this year. Read More
Nick McIntyre, Mary Washington, Baseball, Senior
Nick McIntyre Mary Washington Baseball Senior Mary Washington senior Nick McIntyre picked up CAC Pitcher of the Week accolades after making two appearances last week including a complete-game three-hitter. McIntyre opened the week by pitching one inning of scoreless relief in a team victory against Southern Virginia. In his start against Marymount, he allowed just one earned run with no walks and seven strikeouts. In his 10 innings of work on the mound last week, McIntyre posted a 0.90 ERA with eight strikeouts, zero walks, and five hits allowed. Read More
A.J. Nicely, Christopher Newport, Baseball, Senior
A.J. Nicely Christopher Newport Baseball Senior Christopher Newport senior A.J. Nicely secured CAC Player of the Week honors after delivering multi-hit games in every contest in a 4-0 week for the Captains, helping the squad extend its winning streak to 10. Nicely hit .550 (11-for-20) for the week, driving in four runs, scoring five times, and stealing three bases. In an extra-inning triumph vs. Salisbury, Nicely led off the 10th inning with a double and scored the game-winning run off a hit by Joe Cutchins. He drove in three runs and scored twice in a 4-for-5 effort at N.C. Wesleyan, added a 5-for-10 performance in the doubleheader sweep at St. Mary's, and also went 2-for-5 with an RBI and run scored against Salisbury. Read More
Nick Garbarino, Salisbury, Men's Lacrosse, Senior
Nick Garbarino Salisbury Men's Lacrosse Senior Salisbury senior Nick Garbarino was honored as the CAC Offensive Player of the Week after recording 13 goals and three assists in a 3-0 week. He managed at least four points in each game, opening the week with a two-goal, two-assist performance against Marymount. He followed that with a seven-goal outing against Southern Virginia, before concluding the week with four goals and an assist vs. Roanoke. Garbarino's 13 goals came on just 19 shots, good for a 68.4 shooting percentage. Read More
Landry Marshall, York, Men's Lacrosse, Junior
Landry Marshall York Men's Lacrosse Junior York junior Landry Marshall was tabbed as CAC Defensive Player of the Week after posting a 70.7 save percentage and 6.00 goals against average in a 2-0 CAC week for the Spartans. Marshall began the week with a 16-save performance in a tight 6-5 win over Frostburg State in the Spartans' CAC opener on Wednesday. The 16 saves were just one short of his career high set in the game against Lynchburg in early March. He followed that with 13 saves in the Spartans' 13-7 road win at Mary Washington. For the week, Marshall played all 120 minutes in goal, recording 29 saves and allowing 12 goals in the two Spartan wins. Read More
Caitlin Lake, Salisbury, Softball, Senior
Caitlin Lake Salisbury Softball Senior Salisbury senior Caitlin Lake received CAC Player of the Week honors after batting .700 with three extra-base hits last week for the Sea Gulls. Lake went 7-for-10 at the plate and reached base at a .750 clip while posting a slugging percentage of 1.400. Three of her seven hits went for extra bases with a pair of triples and a home run, her third of the year. She knocked in three runs and scored five times on the week for the Sea Gulls. Read More
Allison Short, Frostburg State, Softball, Junior
Allison Short Frostburg State Softball Junior Frostburg State junior Allison Short was named the CAC Pitcher of the Week after going 3-1 with a 1.30 ERA in four appearances last week. Short nearly tossed a pair of no-hitters, allowing just one hit in a win over Bridgewater (Va.) and surrendering two hits in a win over York. In between those two victories, she allowed three hits in a complete-game victory at Catholic. For the week, she totaled 14 strikeouts while allowing five earned runs and 17 hits in 27.0 innings of work. She did not walk a batter in any of her four appearances. Read More
Meaghan Galvin, Christopher Newport, Women's Lacrosse, Senior
Meaghan Galvin Christopher Newport Women's Lacrosse Senior Christopher Newport senior Meaghan Galvin was named the CAC Offensive Player of the Week for the second straight week and third time this year after totaling 13 points and 23 draw controls in a 2-0 week for the Captains. On Thursday at Southern Virginia, she kicked off her week with six points and 13 draw controls during a 19-2 victory over the Knights. Her 13 draws marked a new school record. Two days later, she came back with seven points and matched her career-high with five assists during an 18-7 triumph over Shenandoah. Her first assist of the game marked the 100th of her career, helping her become just the second player in program history with 100 career goals and 100 career assists. She is also now the only active player at any level of the NCAA with 100 career goals, assists, and draw controls. Meanwhile, Galvin also secured 10 draws against the Hornets. That marked her third double-digit effort in the past two weeks. Read More
Haley Sieglein, St. Mary's, Women's Lacrosse, Senior
Haley Sieglein St. Mary's Women's Lacrosse Senior St. Mary's senior Haley Sieglein secured CAC Defensive Player of the Week accolades after tallying seven caused turnovers and seven ground balls in a 2-1 week for the Seahawks. Sieglein began the week with two ground balls and two caused turnovers at Washington College before ending the week with career-bests of five caused turnovers and four ground balls plus her fourth career goal against Wesley. Read More

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