Junior Alexis Regopoulos brought home the Gophers highest finish on the weekend, taking the silver medal in the 1650-free.
The Goucher College women’s swimming team currently sits in sixth place after day two of the Landmark Conference Swimming & Diving Championships.
Junior Alexis Regopoulos took home third place for the Goucher College women's swimming team on the first day of the Landmark Conference championships.
Senior Lizzy Hannifin took home three second-place finishes in her final showing at the von Borries Aquatic Center in a 122-77 loss to Drew University.
Freshman Isabelle Pardew took home first in the 100 back (1:03.54) and second in the 200 back (2:18.36) in a 164-82 loss Saturday afternoon against Landmark opponent Susquehanna.
The Goucher College women’s swimming team fell to Marywood University at home Saturday afternoon 135-89.
Goucher Swimming slides to .500 as they compete against one of the top ranked programs in the conference at Catholic University of America
Goucher Swimming is over .500 for the first time this season as they improve their record to 4-3 in taking 9 out of 11 -1st places against the Dutchman of Lebanon Valley.
The Goucher women’s swim team moved its record to 3-3 as they came out on top against the Juniata Eagles, 150-83, but fell to the University of Scranton Royals, 140.5-63.5, this afternoon in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Goucher’s women won its dual meet with Elizabethtown College today at the vonBorries Aquatic Center and evened its record at 2-2. The Gophers were able to walk away with a comfortable win over the Blue Jays by a final score of 153 - 109.
Hunter Brown, head Golf Coach, explains why Goucher will be an amazing place for future golfers to grow, not only as students but as athletes.
Coach Brown takes us on a tour of the Gopher's new home, Hillendale Country Club.
Highlight from this year's golf outing.