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 Tanya Cooley (Arlington, VA/Wakefield), who played exclusively at No. 2 in Goucher's singles line-up in 2006-07, is the school's lone representative on the 2007 All-Capital Athletic Conference Women's Tennis Team, which was revealed today.
FREDERICKSBURG, VA Goucher's 2006-07 campaign came to a close today when the Gophers lost to top-seeded Mary Washington, 9-0, in the semifinals of the Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament.
FREDERICKSBURG, VA Goucher may get another shot at Mary Washington during the upcoming Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament, but for today at least, the nationally ranked Eagles (18-2) were more than the Gophers could handle.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL Goucher picked up three points today because its opponent forfeited two doubles matches and one singles match, but head coach Sally Baum's squad (2-8) still suffered a 6-3 loss to Palm Beach Atlantic.
TOWSON, MD Goucher closed out the fall portion of its 2006-07 schedule today, but the Gophers would have preferred to do it on a more positive note. Instead, they suffered a 9-0 loss to Elizabehtown.
SELINSGROVE, PA Goucher needed to win at least four of the singles matches in order to defeat Susquehanna this afternoon, so when the two teams ended up with three wins apiece in singles play, the Crusaders had themselves a 5-4 victory over the Gophers.