Golf finishes fourth at William and Mary
Senior Brian Carroll shot a three-over-par 147 to place second individually in the William and Mary Invitational in Williamsburg, Va. on Monday. The Colonials placed fourth as a team. Sophomore Jack Tyler was the next best Colonial finisher, carding an eight-over-par 152. William and Mary topped second place finisher Richmond for the team title in a playoff hole.
GW wins on senior day
The Colonials excelled in their final meet in Foggy Bottom this year, defeating Rhode Island 191.95-189.475 on March 20. Junior Erin Aiken captured the all-around title, scoring 38.325. Co-captains Megan Wilson and Stefanie Tocco will compete in their last collegiate meet in the EAGL championship for the Colonials (14-13) on Saturday in Raleigh, N.C.
Women’s water polo
Women split six meets in Calif.
Over spring break, the Colonials (9-8, 2-2 CWPA) lost to Pomona Pitzer College and University of Redlands on March 17. Then, after a second loss to Pomona, the Colonials bounced back with three wins. GW topped Occidental College 7-6 on a winning goal by senior captain Kendra Shanley on March 20.
The Colonials followed up their victory on March 20 with a 9-7 win over Claremont Mudd Scripps College. Sophomore Jenna Burnett and freshman Sarah Stimson had three goals each for GW in the win. In their last game of the break, the squad easily topped California Institute of Technology, 14-4 that same day. Sophomores Megan Hooker, Alessia Dinkel, Shanley, and freshman Rebecca Stein had two goals each.
On March 30, the Colonials head to College Park to face University of Maryland. GW beat the Terrapins 8-6 on March 8, 8-6 in overtime.