**Lacrosse: Tribe notches two wins, defeats no. 15 Towson**
The Tribe (8-8, 4-2 CAA) finished off no. 15 Towson University 14-13 Friday night before outscoring the University of Delaware 17-13 Sunday. Sophomore midfielder Mary Zulty powered home five goals while senior midfielder Jamie Sellers notched four tallies against the Blue Hens. Freshman midfielder Grace Golden added four goals against Delaware, bringing her weekend total to seven. Against Towson, Sellers added four goals while Golden and junior midfielder Claire Dennis tallied hat tricks. The Tribe was out-shot 31-26, but freshman goalie Emily Geary’s 13 saves enabled the College to hold off the Tigers.
**Women’s Gymnastics: College finishes third at Collegiate Championship**
The College finished in third place out of four teams in its round of the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships in Shreveport, La., over the weekend. The Tribe was led by senior Stevie Waldman, who recorded the top all-around score for the meet at 38.750. Waldman, along with sophomores Jennifer Stack and Alison Medeiros advanced to the individual portion of the championship. The trio of gymnasts picked up Collegiate All-American honors with their work on uneven bars as Waldman finished second on bars while Stack and Medeiros finished eighth and ninth respectively. Waldman also collected a second-place accolade on beam.
**Women’s Swimming: Radloff, Falcone earn Mid-Major All-American awards**
Sophomore Katie Radloff was named a Mid-Major All-American by CollegeSwimming.com for the second consecutive year Monday. Radloff boasted an impressive season qualifying for the NCAA championships in the 50-meter, 100-m and 200-m freestyle events. At NCAAs, Radloff’s highest finish came in the 100-m with a 20th-place result. She was also named CAA Swimmer of the Year for the second straight season. In addition to Radloff’s honor, junior Marina Falcone was selected to the Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-American team. Falcone set 500-m freestyle school and conference records this season.