UMW women’s soccer
By GEMMA SPICKA-PROFFIT
Every summer, millions of children across the country are let out of school and left with much more free time than they previously had.
By RYAN BRAUCH
Last weekend Mary Washington athletics hosted various teams for their 2017 Homecoming. Unfortunately, the tailgate was about all the UMW students, faculty, and alum could enjoy, as a majority of UMW’s teams lost their Homecoming games. Volleyball and men’s rugby were the only two teams that played that topped their opponents in front of the home crowd.
By SARAH GOODNOUGH
University of Mary Washington’s Athletics Department brought home three more wins from the Saturday games during Eagle Nation Day. The annual festival hosted by UMW Athletics, brings the community together and encourages kids to engage in physical activity. With inflatable games, crafts and competitions, there were plenty of activities to choose from this year.
By CHRIS MARKHAM and MIKEY BARNES
Tied at 1-1, the University of Mary Washington men’s soccer team headed into overtime in the Capital Athletic Conference semifinal game against York College. Just 2:12 in to the overtime period, the University of …
By ASHTON FERNEYHOUGH
Prior to becoming the head coach, the University of Mary Washington’s women’s soccer head coach, Corey Hewson was an assistant coach for the program for seven years. He began coaching the program in 2008 and in 2010 was named CACs co-coach of the year after leading the program to a CAC title. Hewson has been the head women’s soccer coach for eight seasons and has compiled an impressive 82-52-22 career record.
By MIKEY BARNES
The game began at 1 p.m., as they skies closed up and a rain storm began. With the poor weather taking place, the Battlegrounds still managed to have their bleachers filled with fans and their assorted colors of umbrellas.
By DAVID MERCER
After an unexpected run into the postseason, the University of Mary Washington’s women’s soccer team lost in the Capital Athletic Conference championship to Frostburg State on Saturday, Nov. 8.