William and Mary baseball freshman Brandon Raquet picked up his second Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week honor for the week of April 10.
Raquet batted .692 with two doubles, a triple, five runs scored and three RBIs in the Tribe's 3-1 week that included a series win over Elon. He went 7-for-8 against Elon, including a 3-for-4 effort with two runs scored in a victory on Friday and a 3-for-3 outing with a double, triple two runs and three RBIs in Saturday's triumph.
Elon salvaged one victory Sunday, winning 7-6 despite yielding five runs to the Tribe in the ninth inning at Plumeri Park.
William and Mary (18-14, 4-5) breezed to its second win over Elon in two days Saturday, rocking the Phoenix 14-6. Matthew Trehub, Ryder Miconi and Kyle Wrighte drove in two runs each for the Tribe.
Daniel Powers struck out seven and yielded five hits in eight innings Friday for William and Mary as it kicked off the series by beating Elon 8-2.
The William and Mary football team will conclude its spring practice season with the annual Green and Gold Game at Zable Stadium on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Admission is free, and gates will open at approximately noon.
Katie Kerrigan had a goal and five assists as No. 18 James Madison (9-5, 3-0 Colonial Athletic Association) beat William and Mary 11-5 on the Dukes' Senior Day. JMU led 6-0 before the midway point of the first half.
For W&M (3-10, 0-2), Lindsey Jenks scored twice and Abby Junior caused three JMU turnovers.
William and Mary won the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship with its best performance of the season at Illinois-Chicago.
W&M claimed the team title for the fifth time in school history with a 404.7 and was followed by Navy (402.55), Army (392.45), Springfield (392.2) and UIC (384.55).
Although the Tribe trailed Navy after four rotations, 270.75-268.15, W&M took a 2.2-point lead by earning a 70.2 on vault and then secured the victory on parallel bars.
W&M claimed the top team scores on pommel horse (66.8, a season high), rings (67.35) and vault (70.2).
Highlighting the Tribe's individual performances were three gymnasts who claimed individual event titles: sophomore Jacopo Gliozzi (pommel horse, school-record 15.1); sophomore Peter Makey (rings, career-high 13.8); senior Neal Courter (vault, season-best 14.35).
Marie Faure, honored on her Senior Day, Lauren Goodman, Olivia Thaler and Ekaterina Stepanova won in singles and doubles to lift No. 49 William and Mary (10-10) to a 5-2 home victory against Old Dominion (10-8).