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Author: Andrew Atkins

Men’s Soccer off to Strong Start

On Aug. 30, the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) released their Pre-Season Coaches Poll for men’s soccer. All of the eight CAC coaches vote as to which order they expect their opponents to finish the year in. After posting an 11 win campaign in 2017, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Read More

Tennis Season Wraps Up

After beginning their season this past fall, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) men’s and women’s tennis teams are heading into their final match of the season on April 19. Both teams will travel to Pikesville, MD to take on Stevenson University. After this match, the SMCM tennis players Read More

St. Mary’s Swimming Wraps Up Season

Both the men’s and women’s swim teams at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) wrapped up their regular seasons on Saturday with a meet against Salisbury University. The women’s squad came away with a resounding victory, defeating Salisbury 129-76. In fact, an SMCM swimmer or team placed first in nine Read More

Seahawk Basketball Winding Down

The St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) basketball programs are entering the final few weeks of the season. As of Feb. 6, both the men’s and women’s programs have only four games remaining each until the playoffs commence. Currently, the women’s team sits at a 6-14 record (2-12 in conference) Read More

Women’s Basketball Begins Conference Play

Newly hired St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) women’s basketball coach C.K. Calhoun has started off her tenure as a Seahawk well. Under her leadership, SMCM has had had two key early season victories against Washington College and Mary Baldwin University. The Washington College game is arguably the most intense Read More

St. Mary’s Takes on Towson

For the sixth time in Chris Harney’s tenure as the St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) men’s basketball head coach, the program took on an opponent not in NCAA Division III. This year, the SMCM basketball squad took on Division I Towson University on Nov. 27. SMCM fell 90-57 against Read More