DECATUR, Ga.—For one night, Agnes Scott Athletics had the opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of many Scotties throughout the 2017-18 academic year during the department’s annual Athletics Awards Banquet. The event was held on April 25 in the Leticia Pate Evans Dining Hall with a dinner and awards ceremony as the highlights.
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott Athletics announced the departure of Beth Vansant, who spent the last three years as the Director of Athletics. Vansant will leave Agnes Scott after 10 academic years to pursue other career opportunities.
LAGRANGE, Ga.—Agnes Scott Tennis saw its 2018 campaign come to an end on Friday after they ran into its stiffest test yet in a 9-0 loss to Methodist. The Monarchs, the top seed in the USA South East Division, kept their hope for a fourth consecutive bid at a conference title alive with the big win.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.—Senior Camille Wilson (Cincinnati, Ohio) and sophomore Lizzy Engsberg (Atlanta, Ga.) were both named to the USA South West Division Second Team on Thursday as announced by the USA South Conference.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.—Standout first-years Cecilia Siegel (Plantation, Fla.) and Tiara White (Sinton, Texas) were named to the USA South West Division Second Team on Thursday morning, as announced by the USA South Conference.
DECATUR, Ga.—A trip home after a long, successful weekend did not deter Agnes Scott Tennis from rolling to its third consecutive USA South Conference victory. The Scotties celebrated Senior Day in style with a 9-0 sweep of visiting Wesleyan to keep its postseason play hopes alive and well. Agnes Scott blanked its opponent for the third straight match dating back to Friday.
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott Athletics in conjunction with the USA South Conference is celebrating NCAA Division III Week from April 2 through April 8 to highlight all of the things Scottie student-athletes are doing on and off campus. Activities, contests, and informational sessions will be held throughout the week to showcase the absolute best of our athletes.
MARYVILLE, Tenn.—Agnes Scott Tennis shutout its opponent for the second day in a row as the Scotties capped off a successful trip up North with a 9-0 win at Maryville. The Scotties kept pace in the USA South West Division playoff race with the triumph.
BEREA, Ky.—Agnes Scott Tennis completed a clean sweep of host Berea on Friday evening at the Wilson Evans Tennis Center after a delayed start due to weather. The Scotties downed the Mountaineers 5-0 after the two sides agreed to play to decision due to travel ahead for Agnes Scott.
DECATUR, Ga.—For the second time in as many games a moonshot from first-year Taylor Heyser (Miami, Fla.) proved to be the difference in a win for Agnes Scott Softball as the Scotties split a doubleheader with LaGrange. Heyser hit the first pitch she saw in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie and send the Scotties to a 5-2 win. LaGrange rebounded for a 7-3 triumph in game two.
Agnes Scott (5-21, 2-10 USA South) heads to Brevard on Friday before a trip to Maryville on Saturday for its final conference games.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.—Agnes Scott first-year Cecilia Siegel was a force to be reckoned with in six games that led her to be named the USA South Conference Rookie of the Week in softball. The rookie catcher was able to help lead the Scotties to break a lengthy winless streak on Sunday with a standout performance.
DECATUR, Ga.—Senior Camille Wilson (Cincinnati, Ohio) won in singles’ action for the fifth consecutive match, but Piedmont’s depth proved too much for the Scotties in an 8-1 USA South Conference match.
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott crossed home plate 11 times in the fifth inning of game two to earn a split of a wacky USA South Conference doubleheader with visiting Berea. The two teams combined for 49 runs over 13 innings with the Mountaineers winning game one 12-11 before the Scotties struck back for a 17-9 triumph.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Ga.—A tough conference slate for Agnes Scott Softball continued as the Scotties suffered two losses at the hands of Covenant College on an unseasonably cold Saturday afternoon. The Scots jumped on the Scotties early in game one with eight runs in the first two innings and never looked back on their way to a sweep.
DECATUR, Ga.--Due to approaching weather in the greater Atlanta area on Sunday morning, The Lauren Giddings Memorial Games versus Berea have been pushed back to a 1 p.m. start time from an initial noon first pitch.
DECATUR, Ga.—Visiting Covenant was able to spin a handful of 50-50 matches in its favor to take a 6-3 win over Agnes Scott College on Thursday evening at the Byers Tennis Courts. The Scots edged the Scotties 2-1 in doubles and did enough in singles’ action to claim the win.
DECATUR, Ga.—The Piedmont Lions were a hard team to slow down on Wednesday as they took a USA South doubleheader with Agnes Scott College at Oakhurst Park. Piedmont racked up 26 runs on 32 hits to beat the Scotties 13-1 and 13-4 to sweep the season series.
CLEVELAND, Tenn.—Agnes Scott Softball dropped a pair of games to NAIA opponent Truett-McConnell on the Lady Bears’ Senior Day on Saturday. The Scotties fell on the wrong end of a close 2-0 game in the opener before the long ball carried the Lady Bears to a 9-0 victory in game two.
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott Women’s Tennis claimed victory for the first time in 2018 with a dominant 9-0 effort over visiting Brevard. The Scotties started slow in both singles and doubles but found their footing to register a win without dropping a set.
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott fell twice in USA South action to Huntingdon on Friday evening at Oakhurst Park. The Hawks’ top of the lineup was tough out all night long as Huntingdon took down the home team 11-2 in five innings before a 12-0 win in game two.
The Scotties (3-13, 0-4 USA South) will look to rebound tomorrow against at Truett-McConnell beginning at 2 p.m. The Hawks moved closer to .500 at 9-11 and 2-4 respectively.
DECATUR, Ga.—Oglethorpe spoiled the home 2018 home opener for Agnes Scott Women’s Tennis on Friday afternoon at the Byers Tennis Courts. The Stormy Petrels swept the lineup 9-0 becoming only the second team to do that to the Scotties this spring.
MACON, Ga.—Agnes Scott Softball ran into its stiffest test to date in a pair of losses following a two-week break. The Belhaven Blazers came into the day having won 12 straight games and the Scotties were unable to slow them down in two defeats, 9-1 in game one and 5-4 in the series finale.
ORLANDO, Fla.—Agnes Scott Tennis started off its spring break trip to Florida with three tight losses on Sunday and Monday. Two matches came down to the final court in losses to Roger Williams (R.I.) and St. Norbert (Wis.) with a hard-fought 8-1 defeat at the hands of RPI (N.Y.) sandwiched in between.
The Scotties (0-6) close out their trip on Tuesday with a match against SUNY-Geneseo at 3 p.m.
MONTGOMERY, Ala.—Agnes Scott Tennis’ tough schedule to start the 2018 season continued on Thursday as the Scotties fell to USA South foe Huntingdon 8-1 at the George S. Gibbs Tennis Center. Senior Anastasia Bennett (Marietta, Ga.) picked up the lone win of the day for the Scotties.
WEST POINT, Ga.—A ninth-inning rally spurred on by the bat of Alexei Young (McDonough, Ga.) helped Agnes Scott Softball earn a share of a doubleheader split with Point University on Wednesday evening. The Scotties took game one 2-1 before the Skyhawks put together a seventh-inning comeback in game two for an 8-7 walk-off victory.
DEMOREST, Ga.—Agnes Scott Tennis suffered a 9-0 loss at the hands of Piedmont in a non-conference match on Tuesday afternoon. The Lions rolled through the doubles lineup and secured all six singles flights in straight sets to down the Scotties.