Men’s lacrosse started the season with three losses and two wins. In their first game, the team played against Roanoke College. Team member Patrick Mull ‘13 commented on the fist game, saying, “First up was Roanoke, and we played well considering the weather conditions we were playing in. We were Read More
Despite a close 1-0 victory over Marymount University on Oct. 22 that left the Seahawks one win short of the playoff ticket, the men’s soccer team took a 3-0 loss during a home-game against Salisbury University that ended the team’s conference-competitive season. The season began strongly for the men’s team Read More
The Men’s Soccer team has had a mix of wins and losses so far this season. They won their first four games, lost the next three, and then won last Saturday at Hood College. Coach Alun Oliver was happy with the wins at the beginning of the season, saying, “It was really important to get a good start, we haven’t had a good start for a few years now, so that has been a team goal since the start of the season. We did really well at our first two tournaments, and we actually won both.”
t a college very much defined by its region, St. Mary’s Ultimate Team (SMUT) is a club with national ambitions. The women’s team completed an incredible season last year by winning a bid to Nationals, while the men’s team won three ultimate frisbee tournaments last year, including Sectionals – the first step towards a spot at Nationals. With three returning seniors, an unusually large cohort of juniors that all learned the sport together, and a high-yield crop of promising freshman, men’s SMUT has its sights set firmly on Nationals 2012.
Though the 2010 baseball season left something to be desired for St. Mary’s fans, the Seahawks seemed to have turned things around. This year, 22 games into the season with at least 12 left to go, St. Mary’s has a winning record with 13 wins and nine losses, and is 6-6 in conference play, a considerable upswing from last year’s final record.
The St. Mary’s men’s rugby team is preparing for their 2011 spring season with long runs, quick sprints, and group lifts in the weight room to build a team that can not only win the upcoming season, but create a new team of giants.
With eleven new recruits, the Seahawks baseball team shows potential to have their first winning season in seven years, according to Head Coach Lewis Jenkins.