Month: April 2000

Williams baseball defeats Springfield

Like their major league counterparts in Boston, the Williams College baseball team suffered through a rain-shortened schedule last week. When they did take the field, however, the only suffering on the field belonged to their opponents.

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Lady White Dawgs fall short to Radcliffe

Saturday afternoon, the Williams women faced Radcliffe for a grueling 80 minutes. While the game did not end in a Lady White Dawg victory, Williams gave Radcliffe a run for its money, standing tough with sound defense and offensive runs.

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Sailing wins Little Three regatta

After a slow start to the season overshadowed by cold weather and snow, Williams College sailing pulled it together for its first big championship weekend.

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White Dawgs’ A-side wins over RPI

The WRFC fought miserable conditions and even more miserable opponents to walk away with a win in their first home game of the spring season.

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Women’s tennis team loses close 5-4 match to Amherst

The Williams women’s tennis team lost its first game of the season Saturday, losing to national champion Amherst 5-4, dropping their record to 13-1 on the year. The Lord Jeffs avenged a 6-3 loss they suffered to the Ephs in the fall.

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Golf team finishes fourth at District shoot-out

With only limited practice time since its annual spring trip, the Williams College golf team needed impressive performances in its first two matches in order to receive one of three district NCAA Tournament berths.

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Women’s track easily wins Little III Championship

Made up of Williams College, Amherst College and Wesleyan University, the Little Three is an organization of ancient rivals whose competitions are as heated now as they were nearly two hundred years ago.

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Women’s lacrosse routs Wesleyan, Union

The Williams women’s lacrosse team defeated Wesleyan and Union last week to remain undefeated on the year. The team is now 9-0 overall, with a 5-0 NESCAC record.

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Williams earns six Little III crew victories

On Saturday evening, the Goodrich bells could be heard across campus - six rings for six Little Three crew victories. Earlier that day, the Williams men and women hosted their only home race, the Little Three Regatta with Amherst and Wesleyan.

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Sports Columnist

I sit in my room on Sunday morning wondering if it all could have been different. Maybe if I hadn’t jinxed myself by praising Mother Nature for the glorious weather of the Saturdays previous.

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