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2017 Women's Lacrosse Standings

Schools CAC Overall
Salisbury 3-0 7-2
Chris. Newport 2-0 8-3
St. Mary's (Md.) 2-0 6-5
Frostburg St. 2-0 5-5
York (Pa.) 1-0 5-2
Mary Washington 1-2 7-4
Marymount (Va.) 0-3 7-3
Wesley 0-3 5-3
Southern Virginia 0-3 3-8
Full Standings
Results
Mar 30
Men's Lacrosse Cancelled
Stevenson
at Salisbury
Mar 27
Men's Tennis Postponed
Southern Virginia
at Bridgewater (Va.)
Mar 26
Baseball Postponed
St. Mary's (Md.)
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 26
Baseball Postponed
St. Mary's (Md.)
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 25
Softball Final
7 Chris. Newport
2 at Wesley
Mar 25
Men's Tennis Final
5 Mary Washington
4 at Chris. Newport
Mar 25
Baseball Final
6 Mary Washington
9 at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 25
Baseball Final
12 York (Pa.)
0 at Wesley
Mar 25
Baseball Final
8 Penn St.-Harrisburg
17 at Frostburg St.
Mar 25
Softball Final
1 Salisbury
5 at Mary Washington
Mar 25
Softball Final
6 Frostburg St.
0 at York (Pa.)
Mar 25
Softball Final
9 Penn St.-Harrisburg
7 at Southern Virginia
Mar 25
Baseball Final
3 Southern Virginia
14 at Salisbury
Mar 25
Baseball Final
7 Chris. Newport
3 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 25
Men's Tennis Final
6 Randolph-Macon
3 at Southern Virginia
Mar 25
Women's Lacrosse Final
7 Shenandoah
18 at Chris. Newport
Mar 25
Softball Final
6 Chris. Newport
3 at Wesley
Mar 25
Men's Lacrosse Final
13 York (Pa.)
7 at Mary Washington
Mar 25
Men's Lacrosse Final
27 Salisbury
7 at Southern Virginia
Mar 25
Men's Lacrosse Final
20 St. Mary's (Md.)
7 at Wesley
Mar 25
Men's Lacrosse Final
11 Frostburg St.
9 at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 25
Women's Lacrosse Final
6 Mary Washington
10 at York (Pa.)
Mar 25
Women's Lacrosse Final
0 Wesley
17 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 25
Women's Lacrosse Final
14 Marymount (Va.)
19 at Frostburg St.
Mar 25
Softball Final
13 Salisbury
3 at Mary Washington
Mar 25
Softball Final
1 Frostburg St.
0 at York (Pa.)
Mar 25
Softball Final - 6 innings
15 Penn St.-Harrisburg
2 at Southern Virginia
Mar 25
Baseball Final
3 Mary Washington
2 at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 25
Baseball Final
3 Southern Virginia
4 at Salisbury
Mar 25
Baseball Final
3 York (Pa.)
5 at Wesley
Mar 25
Baseball Final
4 Chris. Newport
2 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 25
Baseball Final - 10 innings
3 Penn St.-Harrisburg
2 at Frostburg St.
Mar 25
Women's Lacrosse Final
1 Southern Virginia
18 at Salisbury
Mar 25
Women's Tennis Final
7 Mary Washington
2 at Chris. Newport
Mar 25
Men's Tennis Final
1 St. Mary's (Md.)
8 at Goucher
Mar 24
Men's Tennis Final
2 Bates
7 at Mary Washington
Mar 24
Men's Tennis Final
6 Penn St.-Harrisburg
2 at Stevenson
Mar 24
Women's Tennis Final
0 Penn St.-Harrisburg
9 at Stevenson
Mar 24
Women's Tennis Final
3 Averett
6 at Southern Virginia
Mar 24
Baseball Final
9 Penn St.-Harrisburg
10 at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 23
Women's Lacrosse Final
19 Chris. Newport
2 at Southern Virginia
Mar 23
Softball Final
10 Frostburg St.
3 at Catholic
Mar 23
Softball Final
5 Penn St.-Harrisburg
7 at Wilson
Mar 23
Baseball Final
1 Gallaudet
14 at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 23
Baseball Final
4 Wesley
6 at Washington College
Upcoming
Mar 26
Men's Golf
Penn State Harrisburg, Wesley, York at
McDaniel Spring Invitational (The Bridges Golf Club, Abbottstown, Pa.)
Mar 26
Softball 12:00 PM
Frostburg St.
at Kean
Mar 26
Men's Tennis 1:00 PM
Franklin & Marshall
at Mary Washington
Mar 26
Baseball 1:00 PM
Frostburg St.
at Gallaudet
Mar 26
Softball 1:00 PM
Manhattanville
at Salisbury
Mar 26
Softball 1:00 PM
Delaware Valley
at Wesley
Mar 26
Softball 1:00 PM
Penn St.-Behrend
at Chris. Newport
Mar 26
Men's Tennis 2:00 PM
Frostburg St.
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 26
Baseball 2:00 PM
Rowan
at York (Pa.)
Mar 26
Men's Lacrosse 2:00 PM
Salisbury
at Roanoke
Mar 26
Women's Lacrosse 2:00 PM
Salisbury
at Franklin & Marshall
Mar 26
Women's Tennis 2:00 PM
Frostburg St.
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 26
Softball 2:00 PM
Frostburg St.
at Kean
Mar 26
Softball 3:00 PM
Manhattanville
at Salisbury
Mar 26
Softball 3:00 PM
Delaware Valley
at Wesley
Mar 26
Softball 3:00 PM
Penn St.-Behrend
at Chris. Newport
Mar 27
Men's Golf
Mary Washington, Marymount, York at
Lynchburg Invitational @ Poplar Grove Golf Club
Mar 27
Softball 3:00 PM
Eastern
at York (Pa.)
Mar 27
Softball 3:00 PM
Elizabethtown
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 27
Softball 5:00 PM
Eastern
at York (Pa.)
Mar 27
Softball 5:00 PM
Elizabethtown
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 27
Women's Lacrosse 6:00 PM
Bridgewater (Va.)
at Marymount (Va.)
Mar 27
Women's Lacrosse 7:00 PM
York (Pa.)
at Frostburg St.
Mar 27
Women's Lacrosse 7:00 PM
Wesley
at Lancaster Bible
Mar 28
Men's Golf
Mary Washington, Marymount, York at
Lynchburg Invitational @ Poplar Grove Golf Club
Mar 28
Men's Tennis 3:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 28
Baseball 3:00 PM
Mary Washington
at Apprentice School
Mar 28
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Chris. Newport
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Mar 28
Softball 3:00 PM
Franklin & Marshall
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Men's Tennis 3:30 PM
York (Pa.)
at Frostburg St.
Mar 28
Men's Tennis 3:30 PM
Lancaster Bible
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Baseball 3:30 PM
York (Pa.)
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Mar 28
Baseball 3:30 PM
Salisbury
at Washington College
Mar 28
Baseball 3:30 PM
Wesley
at Neumann
Mar 28
Baseball 3:30 PM
Marietta
at Frostburg St.
Champ Info

2016-17 CAC Championships

Fall Sports | Champion
Men's Cross Country - Christopher Newport
Women's Cross Country - York
Field Hockey - Salisbury
Men's Soccer - Christopher Newport
Women's Soccer - Christopher Newport
Volleyball - Mary Washington

Winter Sports | Champion
Men's Basketball - Christopher Newport
Women's Basketball - Christopher Newport
Men's Swimming - Mary Washington
Women's Swimming - Mary Washington
Men's Indoor Track & Field - Christopher Newport
Women's Indoor Track & Field - Christopher Newport 

Spring Sports | Date  
Baseball - April 18, 20-22
Men's Golf - April 14-16 - Bay Creek Resort, Cape Charles, Va.
Men's Lacrosse - April 19, 22, 29
Women's Lacrosse - April 18, 22, 29
Softball - April 20-22
Men's Tennis - April 14, 18, 21
Women's Tennis - April 15, 19, 22
Men's & Women's Outdoor Track & Field - April 21-22 at Mary Washington

CAC Videos

March 24, 2017 2017 CAC Men's Tennis Preseason Webcast Coaches and student-athletes around the CAC discuss the men's tennis season.
March 24, 2017 2017 CAC Women's Tennis Preseason Webcast Coaches and student-athletes around the CAC discuss the 2017 women's tennis season.
March 5, 2017 Christopher Newport Post Game Press Conference - March 4th, 2017 CNU took down Lynchburg to move on to the sweet sixteen by a score of 69-51
March 4, 2017 Christopher Newport Post Game Press Conference - March 3rd, 2017 CNU Women's Basketball defeated Staten Island 98-56 in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament
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Athletes Of The Week

David Rabil, Christopher Newport, Men's Golf, Sophomore
David Rabil Christopher Newport Men's Golf Sophomore Christopher Newport sophomore David Rabil was selected as the CAC Golfer of the Week for the second time this year after capturing his first career victory at the Callaway Gardens Invitational on March 6-7. Rabil tied for top honors at the tournament with a one-over par 145 (75-70). He led the field with 10 birdies in the 36-hole event. Last weekend, Rabil placed 18th at the Jekyll Island Intercollegiate, finishing with a five-over 221 (74-69-78) including his teambest sixth round of par or lower this season. He also lowered his season stroke average to 72.3. Read More
Patrick MacLean, Salisbury, Men's Tennis, Freshman
Patrick MacLean Salisbury Men's Tennis Freshman Salisbury freshman Patrick MacLean was named the CAC Men's Tennis Player of the Week after posting a 4-0 week in a pair of Sea Gull victories in California. MacLean won 6-1, 6-3 at No. 3 singles in a team win over previously-unbeaten Hampden-Sydney, and earned a 6-4, 6-7(5-7), 6-1 win at No. 4 singles against St. Lawrence. In doubles play, he earned two wins, topping his HSC opponents 9-8 (7-5) at No. 2, teaming with freshman Matthew Ryan, and winning 8-6 with senior Grant Hudson at No. 2 against St. Lawrence. Read More
J.R. Lowery, Frostburg State, Men's Track & Field, Senior
J.R. Lowery Frostburg State Men's Track & Field Senior Frostburg State senior J.R. Lowery was named the CAC Field Athlete of the Week after winning a pair of events with two of the top marks in the nation at the UMW Invitational last weekend. Lowery opened his outdoor season with victories in the shot put (16.21m) and hammer throw (52.15m). Both marks rank atop the CAC, while he ranks second in the nation in the shot put and third in the hammer. Read More
Jordan Roach, Christopher Newport, Men's Track & Field, Junior
Jordan Roach Christopher Newport Men's Track & Field Junior Christopher Newport junior Jordan Roach was named the CAC Track Athlete of the Week after posting the top time in the conference in the 110-hurdles at the Tribe Invitational. Roach placed second overall and first among Division III competitors in the 110-hurdles, clocking in at 15.49. That time ranks 17th in the nation this spring. He also registered the meet's top distance in the long jump with a 6.70-meter leap. That effort also leads the conference and ranks 12th in the country so far this year. Read More
Taylor Diffley, Mary Washington, Women's Tennis, Senior
Taylor Diffley Mary Washington Women's Tennis Senior Mary Washington senior Taylor Diffley was picked as the CAC Player of the Week for the second time in 2016-17 after turning in a perfect week for the Eagles in wins over nationally-ranked Skidmore and Whitman as well as Bates at the Blue Grey Invitational. She went 3-0 at No. 2 singles and 3-0 at No. 1 doubles. In singles play, she topped Madie Benn of Skidmore, 6-4, 6-3, then topped Mary Hill of Whitman, 6-2, 6-0. She ended the weekend with a 4-6, 6-2, 10-4 win over Elizabeth Erbafina of Bates on Sunday. She teamed with Kait Brogan at No. 1 doubles to record an 8-6 win over Skidmore in a 5-4 team win, then an 8-6 win over Whitman. She ended on Sunday with an 8-4 win at the No. 1 spot over Bates. She is 10-1 in singles this spring, and 11-1 in doubles.​ Read More
Zoe Harris, Frostburg State, Women's Track & Field, Junior
Zoe Harris Frostburg State Women's Track & Field Junior Frostburg State junior Zoe Harris received CAC Field Athlete of the Week accolades after posting the ninth-best javelin throw in the nation at the UMW Invitational. Harris recorded a mark of 37.13 meters in the javelin en route to a first-place finish, besting the second-place competitor by nearly five meters. Her javelin throw is tops in the CAC and ninth in Division III so far this spring. She also captured sixth in the shot put at 9.72 meters. Read More
Alison Schwartz, Salisbury, Women's Track & Field, Junior
Alison Schwartz Salisbury Women's Track & Field Junior Salisbury junior Alison Schwartz was honored as the CAC Track Athlete of the Week after breaking the school record in the 10,000 meters at the 49er Classic at UNC Charlotte. Schwartz's time of 38:29.99 broke the SU school record set in 1997 by Vicki Huchko, who posted a time of 38:44.5. She finished fourth in the event, and also finished just two places back of former Olympic runner and two-time gold medal winner at the World Cross Country Championships Zola Budd Pieterse, who is now a coach at Coastal Carolina. It is the second school record Schwartz has broken this season. Read More
Pete Grasso, Salisbury, Baseball, Senior
Pete Grasso Salisbury Baseball Senior Salisbury senior Pete Grasso was named the CAC Player of the Week after hitting .667 (10-for-15) with 10 RBIs and seven runs scored in a 4-0 CAC week for the Sea Gulls with single-game wins over Marymount and Wesley and a doubleheader sweep of Mary Washington. Grasso posted a slugging percentage of .800 and an on-base percentage of .682. Two of his three RBIs against Wesley came in the bottom of the eighth inning, helping the Sea Gulls overcome an 8-6 deficit en route to a 9-8 win. Grasso also recorded his 200th career hit against Wesley. Read More
Jeff Oster, Salisbury, Baseball, Senior
Jeff Oster Salisbury Baseball Senior Salisbury senior Jeff Oster collected CAC Pitcher of the Week honors for the second straight week and third time this season after allowing no earned runs in a complete-game win against Mary Washington. Oster recorded nine strikeouts and allowed just two hits in his nine innings of work while walking one batter. It marked his third straight game with nine or more strikeouts. Read More
Will Geise, Christopher Newport, Men's Lacrosse, Senior
Will Geise Christopher Newport Men's Lacrosse Senior Christopher Newport senior Will Geise received CAC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week after posting 10 goals and two assists in a 2-0 week for the Captains. On Wednesday, he erupted for eight points, including six goals, during a 19-7 win over Wheaton (Mass.). His six goals not only equaled the second-highest single-game total in program history, but they also bumped his career total to 90 - breaking the CNU all-time program record of 86. Three days later, he added four more goals during a 17-3 triumph over Marymount. Read More
Andrew Ternahan, Salisbury, Men's Lacrosse, Senior
Andrew Ternahan Salisbury Men's Lacrosse Senior Salisbury senior Andrew Ternahan earned CAC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the second time this year after accounting for eight ground balls and five caused turnovers in a 17-5 win over Mary Washington. Ternahan and the Salisbury defense held the Eagles to just nine shots on goal and 19 total shots throughout the contest. Tenahan was also a part of the man-down unit that went 100% for the weekend. Read More
Maiven McKnight, Christopher Newport, Softball, Senior
Maiven McKnight Christopher Newport Softball Senior Christopher Newport senior Maiven McKnight was honored as the CAC Pitcher of the Week after throwing a complete-game two-hit shutout victory over Roanoke in her only appearance of the week. McKnight walked just one batter in the 2-0 Captains' win. Read More
Megan Stapley, Southern Virginia, Softball, Freshman
Megan Stapley Southern Virginia Softball Freshman Southern Virginia freshman Megan Stapley earned CAC Player of the Week honors after leading the Knights to a 4-0 week with a .667 batting average (10-for-15) with 10 RBIs and six runs scored. Stapley notched four extra-base hits including two doubles, a triple, and a home run, totaling a 1.133 slugging percentage. Her top performance of the week came in game one against Trinity (D.C.), as she hit for the cycle with six RBIs and four runs scored. She managed at least two hits in each contest and also swiped a pair of bases for the week. Read More
Nicole Clauter, York, Women's Lacrosse, Sophomore
Nicole Clauter York Women's Lacrosse Sophomore York sophomore Nicole Clauter claimed CAC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week after leading the Spartans to a 12-5 win over SUNY Oswego in their only action of the week. She registered five draw controls, two ground balls, and a career-high three caused turnovers in the win. Clauter played the first 45 minutes of the game before being subbed out in the lopsided win. When Clauter was on the field, the Spartans allowed just three goals on eight shots. For the season, Clauter is ranked fifth in the CAC in draw controls and leads the Spartans in draw controls (22), ground balls (22) and caused turnovers (7). Read More
Meaghan Galvin, Christopher Newport, Women's Lacrosse, Senior
Meaghan Galvin Christopher Newport Women's Lacrosse Senior Christopher Newport senior Meaghan Galvin was chosen as the CAC Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season after totaling seven goals, four assists, and 19 draw controls in a 3-0 week for the Captains. On Tuesday at Randolph-Macon, she established a new career-high with 11 draw controls. That total also marked the second-highest single-game total in CNU history. Along with her work on the draw, she added five points, including a pair of late strikes in the second half to thwart a Yellow Jacket comeback attempt during the 13-11 win. On Saturday, she kicked off CAC action with five points, including three assists, during a 12-11 win at Marymount. During that contest, she also added seven draw controls and scored the game-winning goal with one second left on the clock to seal the victory. The following afternoon, she wrapped up her week with another second-half goal to stretch CNU's lead with five minutes left in regulation during a 7-5 triumph at Stevens. Read More

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