SKILLMAN, N.J. - Seven tennis players from Goucher are being recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for their academic accomplishments, the governing body of collegiate tennis announced today.
ST. 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.
ST. 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.
TOWSON, MD Goucher could hardly have picked a worse time to face nationally ranked Mary Washington the same day, right after being upset by Johns Hopkins. The Eagles (13-6), obviously still smarting from their 5-4 loss to the Blue Jays this morning, took it out on the Gophers this afternoon to the tune of 9-0.
WASHINGTON, DC Andrew Ortiz (Silver Spring, MD/Gonzaga) was victorious at first singles for Goucher today, but that was the only match the Gophers (2-4) were able to win in an 8-1 loss to Catholic (7-6).
WASHINGTON, DC Andrew Ortiz (Silver Spring, MD/Gonzaga) and Chris Covey (Exeter, NH/Exeter) both extended their winning streaks in singles play to three matches today during Goucher's convincing 9-0 victory over Gallaudet.
TOWSON, MD Goucher trailed Elizabethtown, 2-1, at the conclusion of doubles play today, but then came up with only half of the four wins in singles play it would need to overtake the Blue Jays. Instead of a come-from-behind victory, the Gophers sustained a 6-3 setback.
TOWSON, MD In Andrew Ortiz (Silver Spring, MD/Gonzaga) and Wynn Thane (Chambersburg, PA/Mercersburg Academy), Goucher not only had two players that reached the Flight A semifinals in singles, but also the pairing that prevailed in the Flight A consolation finals of doubles play at the Goucher Invitational this weekend.