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As a potential student-athlete at the University of Mary Washington, you are encouraged to contact your sport's head coach at the start of the recruiting process. In addition to calling, emailing, or visiting the coach, you are encouraged to complete a sport recruit questionnaire through Frontrush.

This form will allow the coach to get to know a little more about you, and more easily contact you and keep you informed. Please complete the form for each sport in which you are interested from the list below.

Baseball

Men's Basketball

Women's Basketball

Cross Country/Track and Field

Field Hockey

Men's Golf

Men's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse

Riding

Men's Soccer

Women's Soccer

Softball

Swimming

Men's Tennis

Women's Tennis

Volleyball

 

The University of Mary Washington is a proud member of NCAA Division III.  As a Division III institution, we do not offer athletic scholarships nor do we utilize the National Letter of Intent program.  However, all of our sports are very competitive and spots on rosters must be offered and earned.  Each head coach has the autonomy to determine the size and make-up of the roster for their sport.  If the head coach offers a prospective student-athlete a tryout, the tryout will include at least one opportunity in sport-related activity observed by the head coach during the championship or non-championship segment.  The head coach will make the determination as to whether a tryout opportunity will be offered to a prospective student-athlete.  All roster spots are evaluated annually, based on criteria such as academic and athletic performance, team commitment and chemistry, and social responsibility.  Any questions about a current or prospective student-athlete’s status on a roster should be directed to that sport’s head coach.

 

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Thu Feb 26
at Salisbury
L, 59-52
Tue Feb 24
at Marymount (Va.)
W, 63-61
Sat Feb 21
at Wesley
L, 64-56
Wed Feb 18
Southern Virginia
W, 71-59
Sat Feb 14
Penn St.-Harrisburg
W, 73-65
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February 26, 2015 Thursday's CAC Basketball Semifinals Will Be Played as Scheduled UMW women will host Marymount at 7 pm; men will visit Salisbury for 8 pm tip
February 24, 2015 UMW Men's Basketball Tops Marymount, 63-61, in CAC Tourney First Round Freshman Eric Shaw scored a team-high 17 points to lead the University of Mary Washington men's basketball team to a 63-61 victory at Marymount University on Tuesday night in the Capital Athletic Conference tournament first round. The sixth-seeded Eagles will visit Salisbury University on Thursday night at 8:00 p.m. in the semifinals.
February 22, 2015 UMW Women's, Men's Basketball Teams Advance to CAC Tournament The University of Mary Washington men's and women's basketball teams have advanced to the Capital Athletic Conference Tournaments, with the men opening play on Tuesday and the women on Thursday.
February 21, 2015 UMW Men's Basketball Falls at Wesley, 64-56, in Regular Season Finale The University of Mary Washington men's basketball team dropped a 64-56 decision at Wesley College on Saturday afternoon in Dover, Delaware. Senior Taylor Johnson scored 19 points to lead the Eagles.
February 18, 2015 Johnson's Senior Night Effort Propels UMW Men's Basketball Past Southern Va., 71-59 Senior Taylor Johnson celebrated his final game at the Anderson Center with 19 points, nine rebounds, five steals and three assists to lead the University of Mary Washington men's basketball team to a 71-59 win over Southern Virginia University on Wednesday night in Capital Athletic Conference play. The Eagles improve to 7-17 overall, 7-10 in league play, and climb into the sixth spot for next week's CAC Tournament with one game remaining.
February 14, 2015 Johnson's Double Double Leads UMW Men's Basketball Past Penn State Harrisburg, 73-65 Senior Taylor Johnson scored 25 points and added 12 rebounds to lead the University of Mary Washington men's basketball team to a 73-65 victory over Penn State Harrisburg on Saturday in Capital Athletic Conference action at the Anderson Center.