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Feb 17
Women's Tennis Final
2 Methodist
7 at Mary Washington
Eagle Indoor Invitational
Feb 17
Women's Tennis Final
0 Dickinson
9 vs. Salisbury
@ U. of Mary Washington - Fredericksburg, Va.
Feb 17
Women's Tennis Final
0 Dickinson
9 at Mary Washington
Eagle Indoor Invitational
Feb 11
Women's Tennis Final
0 21st Annual Sea Gull Open
0 at Salisbury
Feb 10
Women's Tennis Final
0 21st Annual Sea Gull Open
0 at Salisbury
Oct 08
Women's Tennis Final
6 Penn St.-Harrisburg
3 at Susquehanna
Oct 07
Women's Tennis Final
0 Chris. Newport
9 at Carnegie Mellon
Oct 07
Women's Tennis Final
1 Penn St.-Harrisburg
8 at Goucher
Oct 07
Women's Tennis Final
6 Chris. Newport
3 at Oberlin
Oct 04
Women's Tennis Final
5 Randolph
4 at Southern Virginia
Oct 01
Women's Tennis Final
9 Elizabethtown
0 at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Sep 30
Women's Tennis Final
3 Frostburg St.
6 at Penn St.-Altoona
Sep 30
Women's Tennis Final
1 Catholic
8 at York (Pa.)
Sep 30
Women's Tennis Final
6 Southern Virginia
3 at Virginia St.
Sep 29
Women's Tennis Final
9 York (Pa.)
0 at Albright
Sep 27
Women's Tennis Final
2 Albright
7 at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Sep 24
Women's Tennis Final
0 Lebanon Valley
9 at York (Pa.)
Sep 23
Women's Tennis Final
8 Frostburg St.
1 at Bethany (W.V.)
Sep 23
Women's Tennis Final
7 York (Pa.)
2 at Messiah
Sep 23
Women's Tennis Final
1 Emory & Henry
8 at Southern Virginia
Sep 22
Women's Tennis Final
5 York (Pa.)
3 at Gettysburg
Sep 21
Women's Tennis Final
8 York (Pa.)
1 at Goucher
Sep 17
Women's Tennis Final
3 St. Mary's (Md.)
6 at Catholic
Sep 16
Women's Tennis Final
2 Hood
7 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Sep 15
Women's Tennis Final
1 Penn St.-Harrisburg
8 at Juniata
Upcoming
Feb 18
Women's Tennis 9:30 AM
Franklin & Marshall
at Mary Washington
Eagle Indoor Invitational
Feb 18
Women's Tennis 10:00 AM
Salisbury
vs. Methodist
@ Fredericksburg, Va.
Feb 18
Women's Tennis 10:00 AM
Chris. Newport
at Washington and Lee
Feb 22
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Lynchburg
at Southern Virginia
Feb 23
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Catholic
at Salisbury
Feb 25
Women's Tennis 9:00 AM
Bridgewater (Va.)
at Salisbury
Feb 25
Women's Tennis 11:00 AM
Chris. Newport
at Swarthmore
Feb 25
Women's Tennis 1:00 PM
Randolph-Macon
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Feb 28
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
York (Pa.)
vs. Coastal Georgia
@ Hilton Head, S.C.
Mar 02
Women's Tennis 2:00 PM
St. Mary's (Md.)
at Randolph
Mar 03
Women's Tennis 12:00 PM
Stevenson
at Salisbury
Mar 03
Women's Tennis 1:00 PM
Frostburg St.
at McDaniel
Mar 03
Women's Tennis 5:00 PM
Newberry
vs. York (Pa.)
@ Hilton Head, S.C.
Mar 04
Women's Tennis TBA
Wartburg
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 04
Women's Tennis 11:00 AM
Frostburg St.
at Salisbury
Mar 04
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at Caltech
Mar 05
Women's Tennis 2:30 PM
Defiance
vs. Penn St.-Harrisburg
@ Hilton Head, South Carolina
Spring Tennis Fest
Mar 06
Women's Tennis 2:00 PM
Heidelberg
vs. Penn St.-Harrisburg
@ Hilton Head
Mar 06
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Southern Virginia
at Hollins
Mar 06
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM
Mary Washington
at Chapman
Mar 07
Women's Tennis TBA
Penn St.-Harrisburg
vs. Heidelberg
@ Hilton Head, SC
Mar 07
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at Chapman
Mar 08
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM
Ferrum
at Southern Virginia
Mar 08
Women's Tennis 5:00 PM
Mary Washington
at Redlands
Mar 09
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM
Salisbury
at Franklin & Marshall
Champ Info

2017-18 CAC Championships

Fall Sports | Date
Men's Cross Country - Oct. 28
Women's Cross Country - Oct. 28
Field Hockey - Oct. 29, Nov. 1, Nov. 4
Men's Soccer - Oct. 28, Nov. 1, Nov. 4
Women's Soccer - Oct. 28, Nov. 1, Nov. 4
Volleyball - Oct. 31, Nov. 2, Nov. 4

Winter Sports | Date
Men's Basketball - Feb. 20, Feb. 22, Feb. 24
Women's Basketball - Feb. 20, Feb. 22, Feb. 24
Men's Swimming - Feb. 22-25
Women's Swimming - Feb. 22-25
Men's Indoor Track & Field - Feb. 16-17
Women's Indoor Track & Field - Feb. 16-17

Spring Sports | Date  
Baseball -  May 4-5, May 11-12
Men's & Women's Golf - Apr. 20-22
Men's Lacrosse - Apr. 28, May 2, May 5
Women's Lacrosse - Apr. 28, May 1, May 5
Softball - Apr. 27-28, May 4-5
Men's Tennis - Apr. 28, May 2, May 5
Women's Tennis - Apr. 27, May 1, May 4
Men's Outdoor Track & Field - May 4-5 
Women's Outdoor Track & Field - May 4-5

CAC Videos

February 18, 2018 MT&F: Post-Meet Interview with Ryan Scott of CAC Champion Christopher Newport CNU senior Ryan Scott talks about his 2018 CAC Indoor Championship & helping the Captains to their third straight team title.
February 18, 2018 WT&F: Post-Meet Interview with Monica Lannen of CAC Champion Christopher Newport CNU sophomore Monica Lannen won a pair of individual races to help the Captains to their fifth consecutive CAC Indoor Track & Field title.
February 15, 2018 #CACTopPlays - Feb. 5-11 Check out the top plays from around the Capital Athletic Conference last week!
February 15, 2018 MT&F: Christopher Newport CAC Indoor Championship Preview with Senior Lewis Folli Christopher Newport senior Lewis Folli talks about his expectations for the upcoming CAC Indoor Track & Field Championships, set to begin on...
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Athlete Of The Week

Rachel Summers, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Sophomore
Rachel Summers Mary Washington Women's Tennis Sophomore Mary Washington sophomore Rachel Summers earned CAC Player of the Week accolades after capturing the ITA Southeast Regional singles title on Monday, becoming the first UMW player since 2000 to win the tournament. Summers, the nine seed, defeated Anjali Kashyap of Carnegie Mellon, 7-6 (5), 6-4, in the final. Earlier in the day, she topped Hannah Rosenfield of Carnegie Mellon, 7-5, 6-3. In all, she won six matches over the weekend, including three over seeded players, and won all six matches in straight sets. Summers will advance to the ITA Small College National Championships in October. She becomes the first Eagles to claim the singles flight since Lea Schon in 2000.​ Read More
Johanna Ranta-aho, Christopher Newport, Women's Tennis, Freshman
Johanna Ranta-aho Christopher Newport Women's Tennis Freshman Christopher Newport freshman Johanna Ranta-aho was chosen as the CAC Player of the Week for the second time this year after posting a 5-1 overall record including multiple wins against Division I opponents, helping the Captains secure their first win over a Division I team in 25 years. She swept her three singles bouts and won at No. 1 doubles twice, falling only to George Mason at the top doubles spot. Ranta-aho opened the week with a 6-0, 6-4 win at No. 2 singles against Salisbury, and teamed with Kate Huck for an 8-6 win at No. 1 doubles over regionally-ranked Annika Kezman and Julia Kwedi. She followed that up with a 6-2, 6-2 win at No. 1 singles and a 7-6(7) win at No. 1 doubles against Monmouth, helping CNU to a 6-1 team victory. She closed out the week with another singles win over a Division I foe, downing George Mason's No. 1 by a score of 6-2, 6-3, to collect her 20th win of the year. She was won 13 straight matches entering the CAC semifinal matchup vs. Salisbury. Read More
Rachel Summers, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Freshman
Rachel Summers Mary Washington Women's Tennis Freshman Mary Washington freshman Rachel Summers was named the CAC Player of the Week for the second straight week after going undefeated in singles and doubles play last week for the 17th-ranked Eagles. Summers went 3-0 in singles play and 2-0 in doubles, including a pair of victories in a 5-4 loss to 12th-ranked Carnegie Mellon. The Eagles defeated York and Penn State Harrisburg, moving them to 6-0 in conference play and locking up the top seed in the CAC Tournament. Read More
Rachel Summers, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Freshman
Rachel Summers Mary Washington Women's Tennis Freshman Mary Washington freshman Rachel Summers secured CAC Player of the Week honors after going 3-0 in both singles and doubles last weekend, including the match-clinching point in a 5-4 upset win over No. 11 Washington & Lee. Summers and the 17th-ranked Eagles topped Southern Virginia, No. 35 TCNJ, Frostburg State, and Washington & Lee. In singles, Summers won at No. 3 singles over Southern Virginia and No. 4 singles against TCNJ and Washington & Lee. She also teamed with Ashley Barrow to gain a win at No. 1 doubles against Southern Virginia and at No. 2 against TCNJ and Washington & Lee. 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
Taylor Diffley, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Senior
Taylor Diffley Mary Washington Women's Tennis Senior Mary Washington senior Taylor Diffley was picked as the CAC Player of the Week for the second time in 2016-17 after turning in a perfect week for the Eagles in wins over nationally-ranked Skidmore and Whitman as well as Bates at the Blue Grey Invitational. She went 3-0 at No. 2 singles and 3-0 at No. 1 doubles. In singles play, she topped Madie Benn of Skidmore, 6-4, 6-3, then topped Mary Hill of Whitman, 6-2, 6-0. She ended the weekend with a 4-6, 6-2, 10-4 win over Elizabeth Erbafina of Bates on Sunday. She teamed with Kait Brogan at No. 1 doubles to record an 8-6 win over Skidmore in a 5-4 team win, then an 8-6 win over Whitman. She ended on Sunday with an 8-4 win at the No. 1 spot over Bates. She is 10-1 in singles this spring, and 11-1 in doubles.​ Read More
Johanna Ranta-aho, Christopher Newport, Women's Tennis, Freshman
Johanna Ranta-aho Christopher Newport Women's Tennis Freshman Christopher Newport freshman Johanna Ranta-aho secured CAC Player of the Week honors after posting a 3-1 record in both singles and doubles last week for the Captains. Ranta-aho's only losses of the week came against fifth-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. She helped CNU pick up wins over Chapman, Caltech, and No. 24 Redlands with her victories at No. 2 singles and doubles. She paired with Kate Huck in doubles, earning an 8-0 win at Chapman, an 8-3 win at Caltech, and an 8-2 win at Redlands. In singles, Ranta-aho suffered her only loss to 14th-ranked Catherine Allen (CMS), while picking up wins against Nicole Fouts (6-0, 6-1) from Chapman, Julia Reisler (6-1, 6-0) from Caltech, and Emily Murnin (2-6, 6-4, 6-2) from Redlands. Read More
Savannah Bergen, St. Mary's, Women's Tennis, Junior
Savannah Bergen St. Mary's Women's Tennis Junior St. Mary's junior Savannah Bergen was honored as the CAC Player of the Week after posting a 4-0 week in a 1-1 week for St. Mary's. Bergen teamed up with Claire Bodine for a pair of No. 3 doubles victories against Harford Community College, 9-7, and No. 40 Washington College, 8-3. Against HCC, Bergen/Bodine were down 3-6 before rallying back for the 9-7 win. Bergen then notched wins at No. 6 singles, posting a straight set win vs. Harford's Rachel Hall and winning 8-1 over Washington's Mariah Thomas. Read More
Kait Brogan, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Junior
Kait Brogan Mary Washington Women's Tennis Junior Mary Washington junior Kait Brogan was named the CAC Player of the Week for the second time in 2016-17 after leading the 15th-ranked Eagles to a 4-0 start to the spring season. Brogan boasts a 3-0 mark at No. 1 singles and a 4-0 record at No. 1 doubles this spring. She has captured each of her three singles wins in straight sets, and she and doubles partner Taylor Diffley have yet to lose more than two games in a doubles matchup this spring. The Eagles have topped Meredith, Methodist, Franklin & Marshall, and Salisbury. Read More
Kait Brogan, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Junior
Kait Brogan Mary Washington Women's Tennis Junior Mary Washington junior Kait Brogan was tabbed as the CAC Player of the Week after winning the main singles draw at the Mount St. Mary's Invitational last weekend. Brogan defeated Danielle Thompson of Morgan State, 6-4, 6-7 (1), 10-5, in the finals after downing teammate Danielle Mirabella, 4-6, 6-3, 10-5 in the semifinals. On Friday, she topped Lin Robertson of Loyola in the first round, and Jordan of Morgan State in the second round. Doubles play was cut short due to rain on Saturday. Brogan closes the fall with a record of 7-2. Read More