Month: January 2000

Women’s basketball rebounds with three wins

In a season of ups and downs so far, the Williams women’s basketball team was on the upswing last week. After losing a pair of close games a week ago, the Williams women’s basketball team got back on track and won all three of its games.

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Bennigson recognized as U.S. junior triathlete of the year

During the academic year, junior Courtney Bennigson is known around campus as a standout scholar-athlete and leader on the cross country and outdoor track teams.

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Hockey: Big win at top-ranked Plattsburgh State

This week, the Williams men’s hockey team suffered a 4-2 loss to a good Elmira team, but rebounded from the loss with its biggest win of the season, upsetting the number one team in the country, Plattsburgh State. Williams’ record now stands at 9-4-2.

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Forty’s House o’ Fun

We’re pleased to welcome those of you who are just joining our program, Yes, I am a Millionaire, already in progress. We apologize for the interruption of our regularly scheduled programming and hope you enjoyed our presentation of The Clinton Family on Ice.

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Women’s track and field fares well at two meets

The women’s track team had a busy schedule this weekend, with part of the team competing at the McGill Invitational in Montreal and the rest of the team competing at the Brandeis Invitational in Waltham.

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Women’s squash trounes Middlebury

The Williams women’s squash team swept Middlebury in an impressive 8-1 victory last Friday. Though the score might indicate an easy win for the Ephwomen, the Panthers were very competitive, as four of the nine matches went to four games.

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Women’s hockey rolls over Amherst

The Williams women’s hockey team won its third consecutive game Saturday night, blowing out rival Amherst College 5-1. Williams (8-5-0) dominated from start to finish, out-shooting the Lord Jeffs 48-18.

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Rossier, Campanelli lead men’s track and field at McGill Invitational

After having broken the 300 meter record a week ago at home, junior standout Ed Rossier got another shot at further lowering it on the fast, banked track at McGill University.

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Men’s squash takes out Penn, loses to Princeton

The Williams men’s squash team went 1-1 on the weekend, defeating the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday but falling to Princeton on Sunday. The Penn match was quite lopsided, as the 11th-ranked Quakers were no match for the skill and speed of the Williams lineup.

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Swimming and diving teams beat Bowdoin, remain perfect

The Williams swimming and diving teams had a successful trip to Maine this past weekend, defeating Bowdoin with relative ease. The women won their meet 143-135 to improve to 5-0 on the season. The men took their meet 154-106, making their record 4-0.

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