The Sweet Sixteen Seahawks finished out their run in the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championships on Friday, Mar. 12, with an incredibly close 92-87 game against Franklin & Marshall College that pushed the Diplomats into sectional final action on Mar. 13.
For the third time in the history of St. Mary’s College, the men’s basketball team took the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Championship title, defeating Wesley College and earning the chance to shoot for gold in the NCAA Division III Championship rounds.
York College shut out the St. Mary’s men’s tennis team, ending the Seahawks’ season with an 1-5 conference record and an 11-10 overall record. The team finished the season with a 6 loss streak starting with a loss in the first week April against Bridgewater College. The Seahawks lost against Read More
The women’s tennis team finishes third in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) after losing 9-0 to the University of Mary Washington, the number one team in the conference. The Lady Hawks end the season with a 3-3 conference record and a 12-8 overall record. The team’s success in recent weeks Read More
In a dramatic finish, men’s lacrosse defeated rival Salisbury University on Friday with the winning goal being scored by sophomore Chris Becraft with .2 seconds left in the game. The men’s lacrosse team is on a four game conference streak with recent wins against Marymount University, Wesley College, and Hood Read More
Women’s lacrosse is back on top breaking a 2-game losing streak and the team’s first conference loss. In the team’s last conference game before the playoffs, the Lady Hawks defeated Stevenson University 16-9. Despite the wet, overcast weather, the lacrosse team routed the Mustangs, scoring almost half their goals in Read More
With two key starters missing due to suspensions, the men’s basketball team still delivered on their promises of victory Saturday afternoon, defeating Wesley College in a 79-73 thriller to secure the No. 1 seed in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) playoffs. Junior guard Camontae Griffin, the second highest scoring player Read More