The Washington and Lee women’s cross country team has announced schedule changes for the upcoming weeks. The Generals will no longer compete at the Virginia Tech Alumni Invitational this Friday, and have added the Mary Washington Invitational on October 6 to their schedule.
Junior women's soccer player Emily Roche' totaled a goal and an assist this past weekend, including the game winning tally off a corner kick on Sunday against Salisbury, to earn Generalssports.com Athlete of the Week accolades.
The tournament the Washington and Lee volleyball team was scheduled to play at this weekend, the Averett University Invitational, has been canceled due to the threat of severe weather from Hurricane Florence.
Washington and Lee and Maryville will be meeting for the 15th time, with the series tied at 7-7. The two teams have not met since the 1990 season, when the Scots took a 21-7 win in Maryville, Tenn. The Generals are 4-3 all-time against the Scots at home.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference announced its Athletes of the Week on Monday for the week ending September 9, and Washington and Lee senior Alex Dolwick (Apex, N.C./GRACE Christian School) earned the Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week honor.
The Washington and Lee volleyball team plays its first home matches of the 2018 season this Friday and Saturday. Due to the restoration of Doremus Gymnasium and the reconstruction of the former Warner Center into the Richard L. Duchossois Athletic and Recreation Center, the volleyball team, as well as the men’s and women’s basketball teams, will host all of their home contests for two seasons at the Duchossois Tennis Center.
Washington and Lee Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn has announced the hiring of Hayli Yetter as director of the fitness center and head coach of strength and conditioning. She will also serve as assistant professor of physical education. Yetter began her new appointment on September 4.
Washington and Lee Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn has announced the appointment of Paul Ellis as men’s and women’s assistant swimming coach and aquatics coordinator. He will also serve as assistant professor of physical education. Ellis began his appointment on August 29.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference released its Athletes of the Week on Tuesday for the week ending September 2, and Washington and Lee senior Samantha Yates (Birmingham, Ala./St. Paul's School) was named the Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week, while senior goalkeeper Ariyel Yavalar (Baltimore, Md./Garrison Forest School) garnered the Field Hockey Athlete of the Week accolade.
Junior linebacker Will Corry totaled six tackles, a sack and a forced fumble on Saturday to help lead the W&L football team to a 16-10 overtime victory at Dickinson on Saturday and earn Generalssports.com Athlete of the Week accolades.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference announced that sophomore running back Josh Breece (Lorton, Va. / Stone Bridge) has been named the ODAC Offensive Football Player of the Week for the week ending September 2.
The Washington and Lee volleyball team opens the 2018 season on Friday at the Otterbein/Capital Fall Classic.
Recently, head coach Bryan Snyder, along with senior outside hitter Elly Cosgrove and junior outside hitters Ashleigh Meade and Allie Case, previewed the upcoming year.
The Washington and Lee women's cross country team opens the 2018 season on Friday at the Hokie Invite.
Recently, head coach Mike Dager, along with senior Maggie Seybold, junior Ellie Bradach and sophomore Didi Pace, previewed the upcoming year.
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association released the Monto/NFHCA Division III Preseason National Coaches Poll on Tuesday, and Washington and Lee is ranked 20th with 175 points. This marks the first national ranking in the history of the program.
The 20th-ranked Washington and Lee field hockey team opens the 2018 season on Friday at Johns Hopkins at 7:00 pm.
Recently, head coach Gina Wills, along with senior forwards Haley Tucker and Annalise Thole and senior goalkeeper Ariyel Yavalar, previewed the upcoming season.
The Washington and Lee men's cross country team opens the 2018 season on Friday at the Hokie Invite. View their preview here.
Recently, head coach Brandon Spalding, along with junior Austin Kinne, and sophomores Freddie Marx and Christian Hanna, previewed the upcoming season.
Washington and Lee and Dickinson will be meeting for the fourth time, with the Generals holding a 3-0 advantage in the all-time series that began during the 1959 season. The two teams have not met since September 8, 1984 when W&L claimed a 36 -7 win.
Head Coach Michael Singleton is joined by senior defender Jack Miller, senior midfielder Viktor Dolberg, senior defender/midfielder Will Rowson and junior defender Oliver Dolberg to preview the upcoming 2018 season.