Washington and Jefferson Presidents

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 8-10 - Conference: 6-3
11/9 vs. Franciscan (Ohio) Final L, 81-68 BX RC PH
11/13 at Pitt-Greensburg Final L, 81-70 BX
11/16 at Medaille Final W, 69-65 BX
11/17 at Fredonia Final W, 73-64 BX
@ Buffalo, NY
11/20 at Juniata Final L, 69-62 BX
11/24 at Hiram Final L, 81-77 BX
11/28 vs. St. Vincent * • Final - OT L, 84-78 BX RC
12/1 at Geneva * • Final W, 67-63 BX
12/5 at Chatham * • Final W, 77-71 BX
12/15 vs. Westminster (Pa.) * • Final - OT W, 78-74 BX
12/18 vs. Carnegie Mellon Final L, 75-54 BX
12/28 at Oberlin Final L, 65-53 BX
12/29 at Houghton Final L, 78-64 BX
@ Oberlin, Ohio
1/3 at Thiel * • Final W, 71-59 BX RC
1/5 vs. Waynesburg * • Final L, 83-76 BX
1/12 vs. Bethany * • Final W, 75-61 BX RC
1/16 at Grove City * • Final W, 63-61 BX RC
1/21 at St. Vincent * • Final L, 78-70 BX RC
1/23 vs. Geneva * • 8:00 PM
1/26 vs. Chatham * • 3:00 PM
1/30 at Westminster (Pa.) * • 8:00 PM
2/2 vs. Thiel * • 3:00 PM
2/6 at Waynesburg * • 7:30 PM
2/13 at Bethany * • 7:30 PM V
2/16 vs. Grove City * • 3:00 PM

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 8-10 - Conference: 6-3
11/28 vs. St. Vincent * • L, 84-78 BX RC
12/1 at Geneva * • W, 67-63 BX
12/5 at Chatham * • W, 77-71 BX
12/15 vs. Westminster (Pa.) * • W, 78-74 BX
1/3 at Thiel * • W, 71-59 BX RC
1/5 vs. Waynesburg * • L, 83-76 BX
1/12 vs. Bethany * • W, 75-61 BX RC
1/16 at Grove City * • W, 63-61 BX RC
1/21 at St. Vincent * • L, 78-70 BX RC
1/23 vs. Geneva * • 8:00 PM
1/26 vs. Chatham * • 3:00 PM
1/30 at Westminster (Pa.) * • 8:00 PM
2/2 vs. Thiel * • 3:00 PM
2/6 at Waynesburg * • 7:30 PM
2/13 at Bethany * • 7:30 PM V
2/16 vs. Grove City * • 3:00 PM

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/PAC/Men/2018-19/standings-div1 : /conf/PAC/Men/2018-19/standings-div2 : /conf/PAC/Men/2018-19/standings

2018-19

St. Vincent 9-0 16-2
Washington and Jefferson 6-3 8-10
Chatham 5-4 11-6
Grove City 5-4 9-7
Thiel 4-4 6-11
Geneva 4-5 7-10
Westminster (Pa.) 3-6 5-13
Waynesburg 3-6 4-13
Bethany 1-8 2-16

Past Records

2017-18 (5-20, 4-14 PAC)
2016-17 (4-20, 4-14 PAC)
2015-16 (1-25, 1-17 PAC)
2014-15 (2-24, 1-15 PAC)
2013-14 (13-13, 8-8 PAC)
2012-13 (9-18, 6-10 PAC)
2011-12 (9-18, 4-12 PAC)
2010-11 (11-15, 8-6 PAC)
2009-10 (12-15, 6-6 PAC)
2008-09 (20-10, 7-5 PAC)
2007-08 (14-14, 8-4 PAC)
2006-07 (14-14, 8-4 PAC)

Team Info

Coach: Ethan Stewart-Smith (Penn State-Altoona '07)
Conference: PAC

Washington and Jefferson

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1387
Location: Washington, PA
Colors: Red, Black
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Henry Memorial Center (2000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

January 21, 2019 W&J sees comeback fall short in 78-70 loss to Saint Vincent LATROBE, Pa. -- Zach Queen (Jeannette, Pa./Hempfield Area) netted a career-best 26 points to fuel Washington & Jefferson men's basketball, but it proved to not be enough in W&J's 78-70 setback to Saint Vincent on Monday night in Latrobe, Pa.
January 16, 2019 W&J erases double-digit second-half deficit to top Grove City, 63-61 GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Washington & Jefferson men's basketball outscored Grove City by a 20-8 margin over the final 6:26 of tonight's PAC bout to post a 63-61 comeback victory in road action on Wednesday, Jan. 16.
January 12, 2019 W&J rocks Bethany 75-61 behind Queen's career day WASHINGTON, Pa. -- Zach Queen (Jeannette, Pa./Hempfield Area) scored a career-high 18 points in Washington & Jefferson men's basketball's 75-61 PAC win over Bethany on Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Henry Memorial Center.
January 3, 2019 W&J defeats Thiel, 71-59, for fourth straight PAC win GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Cameron Seemann (Loveland, Ohio/Archbishop Moeller) tallied game highs with 22 points and seven rebounds to guide Washington & Jefferson men's basketball to a 71-59 win over Thiel in road PAC action on Thursday, Jan. 3.
March 3, 2015 Washington & Jefferson coach resigns The Presidents had just one winning season in Glenn Gutierrez's nine-year tenure as W&J's head men's basketball coach.
November 9, 2012 Washington & Jefferson College Men's Season Preview Presidents aiming for first conference title since 1995