It’s a busy weekend for all sports, learn more about all the action here:
The Shoremen will play Swathmore on Friday with a 3:30 first pitch. The team will then host Gettysburg on Saturday for a doubleheader with the first pitch at 12 p.m. Then on Sunday the team will play another doubleheader at Muhlenberg. All of these conference games are crucial for WC as they are sitting at 1-2 in Centennial Conference play. You can listen to the game on Saturday on GooseNationTV.com.
Men’s Lacrosse travels to Dickinson College on Saturday for a 3 p.m. showdown. The team is currently sitting at 3-2 in conference play. A road win can give WC some momentum heading into their next two final conference games, both of which are at home. The team is currently in 5th place in the conference, meanwhile Dickinson is in 7th with a 1-3 conference record. The game can be viewed here: http://portal.stretchinternet.com/dickinson/
Women’s Lacrosse will look to push past a .500 conference record, as they currently sit at 2-2. WC is coming off an explosive 14-2 home victory versus Bryn Mawr. With the Shorewomen sitting at 4th place in the Centennial Conference, a victory here gives them a much needed boost heading into the final slate of their conference schedule. Catch the action live at 12 p.m. here: http://portal.stretchinternet.com/dickinson/
The team has had much success this season, especially with their 7-3 conference record. WC will look to continue the hot bats on Saturday when they host Gettysburg for a doubleheader. The Shorewomen sit in 3rd place in the CC rankings, a sweep on The Bullets can give them some cushion room in making the playoffs. This can also be heard live on GooseNationTV.com.
Women’s tennis travels to Muhlenberg on Friday for a 5:30 showdown. The Shorewomen are 5-0 in conference matches, meanwhile the Mules are 0-4, with just one win on the season. This could be a trap for WC as they take a long drive up to PA, but the records favor WC. Then, on Sunday, WC faces #12 Johns Hopkins in a much anticipated battle between the two CC powerhouse programs.
Men’s tennis plays at Dickinson on Saturday with a 1 p.m. start. Then on Sunday the team plays at Muhlenberg. The Shoremen are looking to draw an even conference record as they are just 1-2 in Centennial Conference matches.
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