Is it spring yet?

CHESTERTOWN — While it would appear that Old Man Winter is going to hang around a little longer, given the forecast of snow for tonight (Friday, Feb. 16) into tomorrow morning, Washington College is scheduled to pull back the curtain on spring sports this weekend.

Washington will host Drew in women’s lacrosse at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Meghan Keelan will be making her debut as the Shore ladies’ head coach.

Also on Saturday, at 4:30 p.m., Eastern will visit Roy Kirby Jr. Stadium in Chestertown for a men’s lacrosse game. John Nostrant ’86 is beginning his third year as head coach at alma mater Washington. 

Still more on Saturday, WC’s men’s and women’s tennis teams are scheduled to open at nationally ranked Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

The Shore nine are set to open Sunday, Feb. 18, pushed back a day because of weather, at Mary Washington and will play two baseball games — at 11 a.m. against Susquehanna and at 2:30 p.m. against the host school.

Meantime, Washington’s basketball teams are headed to Franklin & Marshall on Saturday for the final day of Centennial Conference regular-season action. Washington’s women (10-9 CC, 13-11) have qualified for the conference tournament that begins Feb. 20.

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