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2018 Women's Lacrosse Standings

Schools CAC Overall
Salisbury 8-0 21-2
York (Pa.) 7-1 15-5
Mary Washington 6-2 17-5
Chris. Newport 5-3 10-9
St. Mary's (Md.) 4-4 8-10
Marymount (Va.) 3-5 10-10
Frostburg St. 2-6 5-10-1
Wesley 1-7 6-9
Southern Virginia 0-8 6-11
Full Standings
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Champ Info

2017-18 CAC Championships

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

Winter Sports | Champion
Men's Basketball - York
Women's Basketball - Marymount
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 - Salisbury
Men's Golf - Mary Washington
Women's Golf - Christopher Newport
Men's Lacrosse - Salisbury
Women's Lacrosse - Salisbury
Softball - Christopher Newport
Men's Tennis - Mary Washington
Women's Tennis - Mary Washington
Men's Outdoor Track & Field - Christopher Newport 
Women's Outdoor Track & Field - Christopher Newport

Athletes Of The Week

Connor Reeves, Salisbury, Baseball, Senior
Connor Reeves Salisbury Baseball Senior Salisbury senior Connor Reeves was selected as the CAC Pitcher of the Week for the second time this year after tossing his second complete-game shutout of the season on Friday against York in the opening round of the CAC Tournament. Reeves tied his own season-high with 11 strikeouts while allowing only five hits in his nine innings on the mound. With the win, Reeves ties both the CAC and Salisbury program records for wins in a single season with 12. The total also has him leading Division III baseball in that category. Read More
Bret Williams, Penn State Harrisburg, Baseball, Sophomore
Bret Williams Penn State Harrisburg Baseball Sophomore Penn State Harrisburg sophomore Bret Williams collected CAC Player of the Week accolades after hitting three home runs, driving in eight RBIs and scoring eight times in a 3-0 weekend that sent the Lions to the CAC Championship series. In three CAC Tournament games, Williams was 6-for-13 (.462) at the plate with three home runs, two doubles and three walks. For the week, he posted a .563 on-base percentage and a slugging percentage of 1.308. Read More