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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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June 10, 2015 UMW's Tyler Carey Named ITA All-American University of Mary Washington senior Tyler Carey has capped his outstanding career by gaining All-America honors by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
June 8, 2015 UMW's Carey, Helbling Gain Top Honors as VaSID College Division Men's Tennis Team Announced University of Mary Washington senior TYLER CAREY (Moseley, Va.) repeated as the Virginia State College Division Player of the Year, and Christopher Newport University freshman DAVID REED (Easely, S.C.) garnered Rookie of the Year honors, as the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association released its 2014-15 College Division Men’s Tennis team on Monday. UMW head coach Todd Helbling repeated as VaSID State Coach of the Year. Carey becomes the third player to gain two state Player of the Year honors, while Helbling wins his fifth straight Coach of the Year award, and sixth overall.
May 22, 2015 Tyler Carey Falls, 7-5, 6-4, in NCAA Singles Quarterfinals University of Mary Washington senior Tyler Carey fell, 7-5, 6-4, to Skyler Butts of Claremont Mudd Scripps in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III singles championship on Friday in Mason, Ohio.
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May 20, 2015 Tyler Carey Named ITA Division III National Arthur Ashe, Jr. Award Winner for Leadership and Sportsmanship Tyler Carey, the 2015 ITA/Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sportsmanship & Leadership Award winner, has made an impact on and off the court at Mary Washington. Among his volunteering ventures was his involvement with the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, which pairs collegiate athletic teams with children battling pediatric brain tumors.