For the third consecutive season, a member of the Goucher College men’s tennis team has been named the Landmark Conference’s Senior Scholar Athlete, as Jack Hodges (London, England) was named the recipient of this years award on Wednesday morning.
Men’s Tennis Ends Record Breaking 2017-18 Season with Loss to Williams in NCAA Championship Second Round
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Goucher College men’s tennis team had their 2017-18 season come to an end on Saturday, as host and fourth-ranked Williams defeated the Gophers, 5-0, in the Second Round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships inside the Lansing Chapman Rink.
Goucher College landed eight selections to the 2018 Landmark Conference All-Sportsmanship Teams, which were announced by the conference office on Friday afternoon.
Goucher College placed 28 student-athletes on the Landmark Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll, according to a release from the conference office on Friday.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass - For the second straight match, junior Elliot Diehl (York, Pa.) closed out an opponent with a victory in singles, as the Goucher College men’s tennis team shutout Messiah, 5-0, in a 2018 NCAA Championship First Round match at Williams on Friday afternoon.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The Goucher College men’s tennis team has landed at Williams College, as the Gophers embark on their third straight journey into the NCAA Division III Championship on Friday when they will take on Messiah. First serve is set for 1:30 p.m.
Goucher College men’s tennis senior Jack Hodges (London, England) was named the 2017-18 Landmark Conference Player of the Year, while first-year Tetsuya Ota (Winter Park, Fla.) earned Landmark Rookie of the Year honors, headlining three total selections for the Gophers to the All-Landmark Conference Teams, which were announced by the conference office on Thursday morning.
The Goucher College men's tennis team will head to the campus of Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. this weekend for the First Round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Championship. There, the Gophers will take on Messiah in the First Round on either Thursday or Friday at a time to be announced.
Thrice as Nice: Men’s Tennis Takes Third Straight Landmark Conference Crown with 5-2 Win Over Scranton
TOWSON, Md. - First-year Tetsuya Ota (Winter Park, Fla.), senior Jack Hodges (London, England) and junior Elliot Diehl (York, Pa.) were all two-time winners on the day, as the Goucher College men’s tennis team captured the 2018 Landmark Conference Championship on Saturday with a 5-2 win over Scranton.
The Goucher College men’s tennis team looks to win their third straight Landmark Conference Championship on Saturday, as the top-seeded Gophers take on second-seeded Scranton.
Head Coach Hunter Brown explains why Division 3 is a better option for student athletes.
Head Coach Brendan Kincaid of the Goucher men's tennis team chats postmatch on the Gophers' third straight Landmark Conference title.
Jennifer McCabe explain what taking Psychology course is like at Goucher College.