Goucher Places 112 on CAC All-Academic TeamST. MARYS CITY, MD Goucher concluded its 16-year affiliation with the Capital Athletic Conference as the leader in percentage of student-athletes who made the leagues 2006-07 All-Academic Team, which was unveiled today.
Flamholz Makes Grade: USILA Scholar All-AmericanPRINCETON, NJ - For only the second time in its 16-year existence, Goucher's men's lacrosse program has produced a Scholar All-American. That honor goes to Dan Flamholz (Baltimore, MD/Park School), one of only 40 collegiate players throughout the nation who were so recognized today through the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's Scholar All-America Program.
Flamholz Represents Goucher on All-CAC TeamST. MARY'S CITY, MD Dan Flamholz (Baltimore, MD/Park School), Goucher's leading scorer this season, is a second-team selection on the 2007 All-Capital Athletic Conference Men's Lacrosse Team, which was revealed today.
CAC Recognizes Pair of Goucher AthletesST. MARY'S CITY, MD Two student-athletes from Goucher a senior attackman on the men's lacrosse team and a junior on the men's tennis team were selected Players of the Week for their respective sports today by the Capital Athletic Confererence.
Gophers Cage Bearcats, Finish Above .500LATROBE, PA Goucher turned a three-goal lead into a more commanding six-goal cushion by scoring three times within a span of :46 late in the third quarter today on the way to a 13-8 triumph over St. Vincent.
Sea Gulls Oust Gophers from CAC PlayoffsSALISBURY, MD Goucher's all-time record against Salisbury dropped to 0-22 today when the Gophers fell to the top-seeded Sea Gulls, 19-2, in the semifinals of the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament.
Gophers Overtake Spartans in Opening RoundYORK, PA Goucher overcame a 4-2 deficit at halftime and defeated York, 7-6, today in the opening round of the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament.
Marlins Depart Gopher Stadium with 13-10 WinTOWSON, MD Goucher had lost only one time in their last seven non-conference games played in Gopher Stadium before Virginia Wesleyan came to town today and departed with a 13-10 victory over the Gophers.
Gophers Suffer 11-3 Loss to SpartansTOWSON, MD Goucher found itself down 6-0 before getting on the scoreboard for the first time nearly five minutes into the third period today and wound up suffering an 11-3 loss to York.
Gophers Slip to Fourth Place in CACST. MARY'S CITY, MD Goucher's four-game winning streak came to an end today when the Gophers suffered an 11-4 Capital Athletic Conference loss to St. Mary's (Md.).
Gophers Never Trail in 11-2 Win Over CardinalsWASHINGTON, DC Goucher made it out of the first quarter today with a 2-1 lead over Catholic, but then reeled off nine unanswered goals on the way to a convincing 11-2 Capital Athletic Conference triumph over the Cardinals.
Jadin Becomes Gophers' Hero with OT GoalTOWSON, MD An unassisted goal by David Jadin (Chanhassen, MN/The Blake School) 3:56 into overtime today provided Goucher with its first Capital Athletic Conference win of the season, a 7-6 triumph over Mary Washington.
Mustangs Pin 13-9 Setback on GophersOWINGS MILLS, MD Goucher, which trailed Villa Julie by as many as seven goals on two separate occasions in the first half, was able to knock its deficit down to as few as three goals in the fourth period before the nationally ranked Mustangs were able to celebrate a 13-9 Capital Athletic Conference victory today.
Gophers Pocket First Victory by Topping RangersTOWSON, MD An extra-man goal by Brent Shea (Fallston, MD/Fallston) just :15 into the third quarter snapped a 7-7 tie and provided Goucher with a lead it would never relinquish on the way to a 13-10 triumph over Drew.
Garnet Tide Tops Gophers in Second OTSWARTHMORE, PA One goal separated Goucher and Swarthmore for the third year in a row today when Tyler Bradshaw's unassisted goal with :31 remaining in the second overtime allowed the Garnet Tide to secure a 5-4 triumph over the Gophers.
Sea Gulls Regain Control with Six-Goal RunSALISBURY, MD Back-to-back goals by Brent Shea (Fallston, MD/Fallston) allowed Goucher to pull into a 2-2 tie with Salisbury today. But the Sea Gulls, who were looking to extend their all-time record in Capital Athletic Conference contests to 80-0, regained the lead with a run of six unanswered goals and went on to defeat the Gophers, 19-4.
Lacrosse: Snow, Thick Ice Force ChangesTOWSON, MD Both of Goucher's lacrosse teams were originally scheduled to launch their 2007 seasons this coming weekend in Gopher Stadium the men against Greensboro on Saturday and the women against Endicott the following day.