Month: November 1999

Men’s hoops opens with tourney win

The Williams men’s basketball season began in strong fashion this weekend with victories over Johnson State (VT) and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) to capture the Berkshire Classic Championship.

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Ephmen ousted in Elite Eight

The men’s soccer team’s season came to a close this weekend with a heartbreaking loss to Richard Stockton College. The Ephmen traveled to New Jersey in this NCAA quarterfinal matchup where they were defeated for the first time this season.

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Women’s cross country takes third at NCAA championship

After finishing a close second at the New England race to Middlebury College, ranked second nationally, the Williams women’s cross country team took third place at the Division III National Championships this past Saturday.

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Women’s soccer edged out in Final Four

The most successful season in the history of the Williams women’s soccer team came to an end Saturday when it lost a hard-fought match 1-0 to Macalester College in the NCAA national semifinals. The Ephs finished the year 15-2-1.

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Women’s hockey splits to open up season

The Williams womens’ ice hockey team split its two games this weekend to start the season 1-1. On Saturday, it defeated Hamilton 4-1, but it was shut out on Sunday 3-0 by RIT.

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Women’s basketball wins Tip Off

The Williams women’s basketball team began its 1999-2000 campaign the same way that it spent most of last season: winning games.

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Men’s hockey skates to pair of wins: Ephs successful on the first weekend

Division III college hockey has a long, hard season. It starts before Thanksgiving and ends in March. The Williams men’s hockey team knows that it has a difficult road ahead of it, facing one of the toughest schedules in the nation.

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Men’s CC 11th nationally

The Williams men’s cross country team closed out its season this weekend at the NCAA Championship meet in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

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Notes from the underground

This Sunday, the New York Times ran an article entitled, “Aaron Copland, Champion of the American Sound.” I have a few thoughts on the way this article presents the “American Sound” and its relationship to Copland.

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Williamstheatre stages a provocative ‘Trojan Woman’

“Make sense who may.” —Samuel Beckett, from What? Where?

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