Month: May 1999

Men’s tennis heading to Final Four

On Sunday, the Williams men’s tennis team defeated Trinity College (CT) 6-1 to capture the Division III NCAA East Regional Title.

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Women’s lax brings home ECAC title

After suffering two difficult defeats last week, the women’s lacrosse team bounced back this week to win the 1999 ECAC Championship. Williams rolled over Tufts 15-10, and on Sunday downed Trinity 7-4 in the championship game.

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Golf rolls in Little Three; looks ahead to Nationals at Taconic

The Williams golf team dominated Amherst 8.5-3.5 and Wesleyan 10.5-1.5 last Wednesday to win the Little Three Championships held at Taconic Golf Course.

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Men’s track runs over competition at NEs

The Williams College Men’s Track and Field Team is the team of the 90s in New England.

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Women’s tennis takes 2nd at NCAAs

Williams is eighty points closer to winning the Sears Cup, thanks to the women’s tennis team’s second place finish at the National Tournament this past week.

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Williams seeded fourth for ECACs

After dropping the first game of their doubleheader with Amherst 3-0, the Williams softball team battled back to destroy the Lord Jeffs 12-5 in their last home game of the season.

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Ephs place second in Little Three Regatta

Williams Sailing wrapped up its spring regatta season this Sunday, taking second and fourth overall in a Little Three regatta which the Ephs hosted against Amherst and Wesleyan.

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Baseball makes a case for their first ever NCAA bid

“If you can’t travel to Middlebury and sweep in a must-win situation, then it doesn’t say much about your chances of winning the NCAA’s.”

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Track outkicks competition at ECACs

With no expectations for a win, women’s track team came together for the last time on their home track to tear through the rest of the field and win the ECAC Championships.

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Jazz Ensemble commemorates Ellington

On Friday evening, the Williams College Jazz Ensemble took to Chapin Hall to play its final concert of the 1998-99 season.

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