Month: May 2000

WUFO performs strongly at Dartmouth regionals

The Williams Ultimate Frisbee Organization capped an overwhelmingly positive spring season at this weekend’s Northeast Regional tournament, held at Dartmouth College.

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Baseball finishes with wins over MCLA and Middlebury

Would the Ephs have enough pitching to win this season? Without a doubt.

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Men’s track finishes second to Springfield at New Englands

The Williams men’s track team traveled to Springfield last Saturday to compete in the New England Division III championships. Springfield, world famous as the birthplace of basketball, was a decidedly less than ideal setting for track on Saturday, with brutally hot and humid weaher beginning in the early morning.

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Softball finishes by sweeping two foes

Williams softball ended the regular season with four consecutive wins against the MCLA Mohawks and the Middlebury Panthers. Several late rallies and extra-inning victories secured for the Ephs a winning season both five games above .500 and just shy of 20 wins.

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Men’s tennis to host NCAA regional

Although MIT is not one of Williams’s NESCAC rivals, it always offers a hard-fought battle and the match on Saturday was no exception.

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Women’s rugby victorious again

The women’s rugby team left hot and sunny Williamstown for rainy, cloudy and humid Middlebury Saturday morning to play in the final game of the season.

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WHUFO wins two at home

The H is for hot. And the Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Organization showed just how hot their play could be this weekend as Williams hosted the Regional Tournament.

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Golf picks up a win at Little III

As in every sport, the Little III rivalry in golf transcends simple competition and arouses unparalleled drama and peak performances.

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Williams Record 2000 Athletes of the Year

Rebecca Brooks ’00 was voted Female Athlete of the Year. She was a goalie on the women’s soccer team, forward on the Williams women’s basketball team and a thrower on the track and field team.

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Men’s lacrosse to host Bates in ECACs

After losing two games last week to fellow NESCAC teams Middlebury (11-1) and Amherst (3-7), the men’s lacrosse team recovered this week to defeat Skidmore on the road and Union at home. Williams finished the regular season 9-4.

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