MADISON, N.J. - The Landmark Conference announced today that 32 student-athletes have been honored with selection to the 2007 Fall Landmark All-Academic Team. Two male and two female athletes from each of the eight Landmark institutions make up the team which recognizes athletes who have excelled athletically and academically.
MADISON, N.J. - Five volleyball players were among the 30 student-athletes from Goucher who were recognized by the Landmark Conference for academic accomplishments today by being included on the 2007 Fall Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll.
MADISON, N.J. - Megan Smith (Honolulu, HI/Long Beach Polytechnic) became the first volleyball player from Goucher to earn all-conference honors since 1999 when she was part of the 2007 All-Landmark Conference Volleyball Team that was announced today.
GRANTHAM, Pa. - After her 16-kill performance earlier in the day against Widener, sophomore outside hitter Megan Smith (Honolulu, HI/Long Beach Polytechnic) entered Goucher's final match of the 2007 campaign today needing 28 kills to break the school record for most kills in a season.
GRANTHAM, Pa. - Goucher split a pair of matches today - and in the process, Sarah Kendall (North Plainfield, NJ/Rutgers Prep) became only the fifth player in the history of the school's volleyball program to surpass 1,300 career digs.
STEVENSON, Md. - Goucher has beaten Lincoln, Notre Dame (Md.) and Washington Bible twice apiece this season, but until tonight's 3-0 setback to Villa Julie, the Gophers hadn't lost to the same opponent two times in 2007.
TOWSON, Md. - What it took Goucher four games to do five nights ago, it accomplished in just three games tonight - defeat Notre Dame (Md.). The Gophers handed the Gators (4-16) a 3-0 setback, winning 30-19, 30-15, 30-16.
BALTIMORE, Md. - Goucher's Megan Smith (Honolulu, HI/Long Beach Polytechnic) had 41 kills and 32 digs in the two matches, but the Gophers still needed to defeat Notre Dame (Md.), 3-1, to come away from the event with a split.
TOWSON, Md. - One day after Goucher picked up its first win over a conference opponent since 2001, head coach Michael Bossom's Gophers defeated Susquehanna, 3-1, to nail down fifth place in their inaugural season in the Landmark Conference.
TOWSON, Md. - On the same day that Goucher was eliminated from the chase for a spot in the upcoming Landmark Conference playoffs, the Gophers registered their first victory over a conference opponent in more than six years.
HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Membership in the Landmark Conference afforded Goucher the opportunity to play the defending Division III national champions and that opportunity presented itself today on Juniata's home court. It was a tall order for the Gophers, but one from which head coach Michael Bossom's players never backed down.
HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Goucher played its first two Landmark Conference matches today, including one against the other school which left the Capital Athletic Conference. Unfortunately, the Gophers took a pair of hits as both Catholic and Scranton required only three games to earn victories over head coach Michael Bossom's squad.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. - Catie Ditmore (Santa Barbara, CA/Laguna Blanca) set a new school record by serving 15 aces tonight as Goucher stretched its winning streak to four matches with a 3-0 victory over Lincoln. Game scores were 30-6, 30-11, 30-27.
TOWSON, Md. - As a member of the Capital Athletic Conference, Goucher lost its last 12 encounters with Marymount. But the Gophers' fortunes against the Saints apparently changed this year with the switch to the Landmark Conference.
TOWSON, Md. - Goucher improved to 9-2 against non-conference opponents in the Sports & Recreation Center during head coach Michael Bossom's regime with a 3-0 victory over Washington Bible this evening.
TOWSON, Md. - Goucher had McDaniel on the ropes in each of the first two games this evening, but then couldn't hang with the Green Terror in the third game and wound up suffering a 3-0 loss in front of a crowd of 140 in the Sports & Recreation Center.