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Swim team places seventh at NCAAs

Ali MacQueen, '20, takes a breath as she races to beat her competition. Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

Kathryn Young

March 28, 2017

The Washington and Lee women’s swim team made history as they placed seventh at the NCAA Division III Championships in Shenandoah, Texas. The team tallied 140 points to achieve seventh place amongst the 56 teams. Seventh is the highest place the lady Generals have ever placed, and 140 points is the m...

Wrestler breaks fifteen-year-old NCAA drought

Before Regionals, Tassoni and Zach Bylykbashi, ‘19, each placed second in their respective weight classes at the Centenial Conference Championship. Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

Caroline Blackmon

March 21, 2016

For the first time in fifteen years, a Washington and Lee wrestler will compete in the NCAA championship meet. Wrestler Ron Tassoni, ‘16, will be competing in the NCAA Championship after placing third in the NCAA East Regionals on Feb. 29. Along with Tassoni, Alex Pollera, ‘18, Brandon Lefore, ‘...

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