Month: April 1998

WWRFC B’s hit up Vassar

Arriving in Poughkeepsie to take on Vassar, the Williams Women’s Rugby Football Club jogged out onto the pitch with a paltry 20 minutes until game time.

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Redmond takes third in golf

The Hartwick Invitational Tournament this past Sunday and Monday in Oneonta, NY presented the golf team with a formidable challenge in their quest to return to Nationals for a third straight year.

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Men’s lacrosse heats up

The Williams men’s lacrosse team rebounded after two difficult losses to beat Little Three foe Wesleyan 17-15.

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Softball team falters at home

After winning their first three games this week the women’s softball team dropped a pair of hard-fought games to the Trinity Bantams at home on Saturday, bringing their record to 20-8.

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Men’s tennis takes ’Herst; wins NESCAC

After years of losing to the Ephs, the Amherst men’s’ tennis team thought this was the year they were going to defeat their vaunted rivals.

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Ephs shine on track

The Williams College men’s track and field team traveled to Hamilton College on Saturday for the 1998 NESCAC championships, hoping to keep alive its five-year win streak.

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Eph cyclists take charge at Easterns

The Eastern Conference Cycling Championship is the final regular season race weekend for every collegiate cyclist.

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Ephs nail Amherst; split two vs. Trinity

A hot sun and a clear blue sky were on hand to witness Williams baseball dominate NESCAC rival Amherst in a rematch of the first collegiate baseball game ever played with a decisive 9-2 victory at Weston Field on Wednesday.

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Women’s lacrosse hegemony

The Williams women’s lacrosse team preserved their perfect record this week, finishing up ranked number two nationally.

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Sugar and Spice

Dodd - who knew? This past Saturday night, Dodd came out of nowhere with a fab bash.

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