• Goucher Places 112 on CAC All-Academic Team
    June 08, 2007
    ST. MARY’S CITY, MD – Goucher concluded its 16-year affiliation with the Capital Athletic Conference as the leader in percentage of student-athletes who made the league’s 2006-07 All-Academic Team, which was unveiled today.
  • Pair Earns All-Region Honors from IWLCA
    May 23, 2007
    DOWNINGTOWN, PA -- Goucher's top two scorers in 2007 were among a total of 212 Division III women's lacrosse players throughout the nation who were placed on all-region teams today by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association.
  • Goucher Lands Four on 2007 All-CAC Team
    May 09, 2007
    ST. MARY'S CITY, MD — Goucher landed a total of four players on the 2007 All-Capital Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Team, which was revealed today.
  • Sea Gulls Knock Gophers Out of Tournament
    April 24, 2007
    SALISBURY, MD — Goucher accomplished something against Salisbury today in the semifinals of the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament that no team has done in more than six years — but the top-seeded Sea Gulls, who are pursuing their fifth straight CAC title, still managed to defeat the Gophers, 20-13.
  • Tersigni's Goal Sends Gophers to Semifinals
    April 22, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Marlo Tersigni (Leominster, MA/Lawrence Academy) cashed in on a free-position shot with 1:01 left to play today, scoring the goal that snapped a 9-9 tie and allowed Goucher to defeat St. Mary's (Md.), 10-9, in the opening round of the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament.
  • Gophers Bow to Sea Gulls, Slip to .500
    April 20, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Goucher took a 1-0 lead over Salisbury just :36 into today's contest, added two more goals to build its advantage to 3-0 and stayed ahead for more than 11 minutes. But the nationally ranked Sea Gulls reeled off eight unanswered goals at one point in the first half and strung together nine consecutive goals over a span of 12:46 in the second half on the way to a 23-9 Capital Athletic Conference victory.
  • Gophers Clinch Home-Field Advantage
    April 18, 2007
    ST. MARY'S CITY, MD — Emily Blatter (Lexington, VA/Rockbridge County) played an instrumental role in helping Goucher overcome an 11-9 deficit to St. Mary's (Md.) at halftime today and earn a 15-13 triumph over the Seahawks.
  • CAC Recognizes Blatter for Second Time
    April 16, 2007
    ST. MARY'S CITY, MD — Emily Blatter (Lexington, VA/Rockbridge County), who had never scored more than five goals in a game in her three seasons at Goucher before producing six goals twice last week, today was named Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week in the Capital Athletic Conference for April 9-15.
  • Gophers Pass Profs on Goal by Okun
    April 14, 2007
    GLASSBORO, NJ — Goucher caught Rowan at 14-14 by scoring three unanswered goals in a span of 2:45 — and then passed the Profs on a goal by Sandy Okun (Stevenson, MD/McDonogh School) with 2:43 left to play as the Gophers pulled out a 15-14 non-conference victory tonight.
  • Blatter Contributes Six Goals to 15-7 Win
    April 12, 2007
    YORK, PA — Emily Blatter (Lexington, VA/Rockbridge County) tallied a career-high six goals today in leading Goucher past York, 15-7.
  • Knitter, Gophers Polish Off Saints, 21-5
    April 07, 2007
    ARLINGTON, VA — Kate Knitter (Sellersville, PA/Pennridge) scored eight goals and was also awarded a pair of assists in leading Goucher past Marymount, 21-5, this afternoon.
  • Bengals Topple Third CAC Team in Four Days
    April 03, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Goucher became the third Capital Athletic Conference team to fall to Buffalo St. within a span of four days when the undefeated Bengals defeated the Gophers, 8-5, today.
  • Gophers Squander Late Two-Goal Advantage
    March 29, 2007
    WASHINGTON, DC — Goucher squandered a two-goal lead with just over two minutes remaining today as Catholic rallied to defeat the Gophers, 11-10.
  • Bantams Ride Seven-Goal Run to 15-5 Win
    March 23, 2007
    WELLINGTON, FL — Goucher was outscored 7-0 over the final seven minutes of the first half today, setting the stage for Trinity (Conn.) to register a 15-5 victory over the Gophers.
  • Eagles Win Battle for Second Place, 14-13
    March 13, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Trailing by two this afternoon and time running out, Goucher managed to close to within a goal of Mary Washington when Kate Knitter (Sellerville, PA/Pennridge) successfully converted a free-position opportunity with :14 showing on the clock.
  • Green Terror Pins 16-9 Setback on Gophers
    March 09, 2007
    WESTMINSTER, MD — Goucher, which opened the season with back-to-back victories over Villa Julie and Guilford, now owns a .500 record after bowing to McDaniel, 16-9, today.
  • No. 11 Red Devils Pin First Loss on Gophers
    March 06, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Goucher suffered its first loss of the season today when nationally ranked Dickinson bolted out to an 8-1 lead on the way to a 19-11 victory over the Gophers.
  • CAC Honors Blatter as Week's Top Performer
    March 05, 2007
    ST. MARY'S CITY, MD — Goucher's Emily Blatter (Lexington, VA/Rockbridge County) was selected Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week in the Capital Athletic Conference for Feb. 26-March 4, a conference official announced today.
  • Gophers Turn Back Quakers, Achieve 2-0 Start
    March 03, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Emily Blatter (Lexington, VA/Rockbridge County) scored five goals and picked up three assists in leading Goucher past Guilford, 15-9, in Gopher Stadium today.
  • Okun's Goal Snaps 13-13 Tie with Mustangs
    March 01, 2007
    TOWSON, MD — Sandy Okun (Stevenson, MD/McDonogh School) and Emily Blatter (Lexington, VA/Rockbridge County) hooked up on a goal in the final minute of play today that allowed Goucher to open its 2007 campaign with a 14-13 Capital Athletic Conference victory over Villa Julie.
  • Lacrosse: Snow, Thick Ice Force Changes
    February 21, 2007
    TOWSON, 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.