The William and Mary women's basketball program will be hosting an alumni weekend Jan. 27-29.
The event starts with the Tribe's game against Delaware on Jan. 27 with a pregame and postgame gathering in the Person Room for all registered alumni.
On Jan. 28, there will be a women's basketball alumni summit meeting at 11 a.m., prior to the Tribe men's basketball game against UNC Wilmington.
The final day kicks off with brunch at former Tribe star Julie Leach's house, before W&M squares off with defending CAA Champion and rival James Madison at 2 p.m.
W&M women's basketball alumni can sign up for the weekend by visiting bit.ly/2hs8yNW. For more information on the festivities, contact either Carey Goodman (email@example.com) or Julie Leach (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A trio of W&M men's soccer standouts garnered National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Midwest Region Team awards.
Sophomore Antonio Bustamante earned first team honors, while junior William Eskay and sophomore Ryder Bell picked up third-team selections.
Bustamante started all 21 games in 2016 on his way to first-team All-CAA honors. He finished the season with a team high 10 goals, added four assists, and 24 points.
Eskay earned his second straight All-CAA Third Team nod in 2016. He finished his third season with five goals, a team high seven assists, and 17 points.
Bell earned his first all-region honor after picking up a spot on the All-CAA Second Team. He finished second on the team with nine goals, four assists, and 22 points, despite missing a pair of games with an injury.