Category: Athletics

9 Things No One Tells You at the College

  To my incredibly talented and inspiring Tribe Family: 1. You’re not going to get straight A’s anymore. It’s a terrible thing to realize, as many of you are used to being the top in your class. However, the courses at the College are downright challenging, so there’s no surprise there. But guess what? You




Homecoming

Hey there! I’m one of the interns with the Undergraduate Admission Office and a new student blogger for W&M. I thought I would use my first entry to talk about Homecoming week at W&M, and why it is arguably the best week of the year. Every fall, the College has a Homecoming football game and



Olympic Fever

My friends can tell you that though I am borderline obsessive about going to the Rec and working out, I know absolutely nothing about sports.  They’re just not my passion.  And it’s not as if I won’t play a game of X in the Sunken Garden or on Yates Field; I just don’t find any




A Balanced and Healthy Lifestyle

This morning, the Muscarelle Museum interns took a field trip to the Office of Health Promotion in the W&M Campus Center to talk to Ms. Sarah Menefee about Public Health, stress, and a well balanced lifestyle here at the College. As one of our weekly “Campus Enrichment Programs,” it was a perfect moment to step




But seriously…what is the Griffin?

I’m going to be totally honest- I had no idea what a Griffin was before I came to William and Mary. But to be fair, a mythological creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle isn’t all that common.  At first, I struggled to figure out how exactly this odd



But seriously…what is the Griffin?

I’m going to be totally honest- I had no idea what a Griffin was before I came to William and Mary. But to be fair, a mythological creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle isn’t all that common.  At first, I struggled to figure out how exactly this odd




Sweetheart Invitational

The Tribe just returned from the Sweetheart Invitational in Raleigh this past weekend, a quad meet that included NC State, Penn State, and George Washington.  Posting our second-best score of the season, the competition went really well! The team started the meet off solid earning a season-best on beam (47.575), where Kristin also earned her



Season High Accomplishments

After a great performance last week at UNC, early this week junior, Caitlyn Cook Furr, was awarded the ECAC Coaches Choice Award! With this being her first season with Tribe Gymnastics we are extremely proud of Caitlyn for all she has done for the team this year! This past weekend the Tribe travelled to the



Season Highs

The Tribe just got back from a dual meet at UNC this past weekend and got our season high of 189.45! We also got our season-high scores on bars and floor. The videos from the meet are already up on our Facebook page, be sure to check them out! Jess Pritchard had an awesome meet



And we’re off…

The season has started and Tribe Gymnastics is off to a solid start! Our first competition took place at George Washington University with four other visiting teams: North Carolina, Cornell, Penn, and Temple. The Tribe took fifth place, missing third place by only two tenths of a point.  Be sure to check out William and