Four members of the St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s rowing team were named National Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA). Katherine Gill, Elena League, Mira League, and Kathleen Ortel represented the Seahawks on the Division III squad.
St. Mary's College of Maryland is pleased to announce the hiring of Ryan Scanlon as the Seahawks' next head men's and women's cross country coach, Scott Devine, director of athletics & recreation announced today. Scanlon, who will also serve as the assistant director for the Michael P. O'Brien Athletics & Recreation Center (MPOBARC), brings five years of high school coaching experience in Maryland and New York to St. Mary's College, and becomes the programs' second full-time coach.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland sailing competed in the Gill College Sailing Coed National Championships on Thursday (May 30) and Friday (May 31) at the Sail Newport Sailing Center at Fort Adams. The Seahawks finished seventh in the 18 team field. In addition, Liam McCarthy and Leo Boucher were named Honorable Mention All-American skippers. McCarthy also picked up a major award, being named the Hobbs Sportsman of the Year, which recognizes a sailor whose spirit and attitude is notable both on and off the water.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland sailing competed in the semifinals of the Gill College Sailing Coed National Championships on Tuesday (May 28) and Wednesday (May 29) and captured a third place finish in the eastern semifinal. The competition has been narrowed down to the top 18 teams, who will advance to racing in the finals this morning out of host site, Sail Newport Sailing Center at Fort Adams.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland sailing competed in the Sperry Women’s National Championship on Thursday (May 23) and Friday (May 24) in Newport, Rhode Island. The Seahawks finished ninth overall, thanks to an eighth place finish in the A Division and an 11th place finish in the B Division.
St. Mary’s College Sailing advanced to the Sperry Women’s National Championship that will take place today (May 23) and Friday (May 24) in Newport, Rhode Island. The Seahawks captured a sixth place finish in the Sperry Women’s Western Semifinal that took place on Tuesday (May 21) and Wednesday (May 22) to qualify for the championship.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach, Jason Childs, has been selected to lead the Division III South team as the head coach in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Senior All-Star game, the organization announced today.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland senior attacker Caitlin Katchmar represented the Seahawks on the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Region team, the organization announced today. Katchmar was selected to the Second Team of the Chesapeake Region for the second consecutive season.
Bowen Plagge, a member of the St. Mary’s College of Maryland baseball team, earned All-CAC Second Team honors, the league announced today. This is the second consecutive season the Seahawks were represented on the All-CAC team.
St. Mary’s College first year attacker Lucy Gussio highlighted the women’s lacrosse Capital Athletic Conference awards for the Seahawks being named the Rookie of the Year. In addition, senior attacker Caitlin Katchmar, first year defender Mary Kate Fitz-Patrick, and senior goalkeeper Emma Brown were selected to the All-CAC Second Team, the league announced today.
The St. Mary’s College of Maryland Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Athletic Department hosted the 2019 SAAC Awards on Sunday (Apr. 28) evening to recognize the athletic achievements of the Seahawks during the 2018-19 academic year. Headlining the night was sailing member Leo Boucher and women's cross country runner Kara Taylor, winners of the Male and Female Student Athlete of the Year Awards.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland baseball (8-25-1, 2-18-1 CAC) fell in game three of the series to the University of Mary Washington Eagles (14-20, 7-14 CAC) on Sunday (Apr. 28) afternoon in Capital Athletic Conference action. The loss concludes the 2019 season for the Seahawks.