WC LAX star returns as assistant coach.
A Washington College lacrosse star is returning to the Shoremen as Tim Kerr has been hired as an assistant lacrosse coach. The hiring was announced by head coach Jeff Shirk. Kerr, who was a defensemen for the Shoremen from 2003 to 2006, has spent the last seven years as the head lacrosse coach at Kent Island High School. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from Washington College in 2006, Kerr received a master’s degree in administration and leadership from the University of Phoenix in 2010.
WC rowing coach named national coach of the year.
Washington College’s rowing coach has been named the Division III Coach Of The Year. The College Rowing Coaches Association handed the honor to Mike Davenport, who has been the Shore rowing coach for 23 years and led the women’s rowing team to conference championship and a trip to the NCAA tournament in Indianapolis where they finished sixth.
Four WC Women's Lacrosse players make all-conference
Four Washington College women’s lacrosse players made the All-Centennial team. Senior attacker Mollie Shipley of Denville, New Jersey and sophomore midfielder Emily Hubley of West Chester, Pennsylvania made the first team while senior attacker Corinne Ziccardi of Loch Raven High School in Baltimore and senior goalie Stephanie Seibert of Clear Spring, Pennsylvania made the second team. Shipley is Washington College’s Eldridge Eliason Award winner as the best female athlete in the senior class and had a school record 56 assists and ranked fourth in scoring in the conference. Hubley led the team in scoring with 64 goals and also had 23 assists. Ziccardi was the team’s third leading scorer and Seibert led the conference in saves. Hubley also made the All-Metro Region first team.