Month: September 2001

Winners Circle: Eph represents Thailand in Southeast Asian Games

Squash is hot. Last season the men’s varsity placed fifth in the National Intercollegiate Squash Racket Association (NISRA) championships, its highest finish ever. This fall, a veritable armada of first-years is trying their hands at this fast-paced, challenging prep school favorite.

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Women’s rugby drops heartbreaker to Wesleyan, 65-10

In what head coach Gina Coleman described as the team’s "final lesson for the season," the Williams Women’s Rugby Football Club (WWRFC) fell to Wesleyan 65-10.

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College eliminates admission charge for home contests

In a strong public relations move, Williams College has abolished the admission charge to all regular season home athletic events.

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White Dawgs triumph in opener

Following two straight weekends of fine-tuning their rugby skills through scrimmages against themselves, the Williams Rugby Football Club took the field against the Three-Legged Donkeys of University of Vermont (UVM).

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Volleyball beats #1 ranked Springfield

Volleyball enjoyed another exciting and successful week, triumphing at Westfield on Wednesday and winning the Springfield College Classic tournament against Springfield (which had been ranked #1 in New England), Skidmore and Rutgers-Newark, this weekend.

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Joltin’ Joe, meet Shoeless Joe

"The one constant through all the years has been baseball. America has been erased like a blackboard, only to be rebuilt and then erased again. But baseball has marked time while America has rolled by like a procession of steamrollers."

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Undefeated men’s soccer still on top in NESCAC

Men’s soccer (4-0-0) remained perfect on the season with a 3-0 victory sending Little Three rival Wesleyan (3-1-0) to its first loss of the season. Leading the way for the Ephs was Alex Blake ’03 who scored twice, raising his NESCAC-leading point total to 19.

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Women harriers win Purple Valley Classic

Saturday afternoon’s Purple Valley Classic brought sunny skies and another success story to women’s cross-country.

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Men’s golf completes ‘Tiger Slam’ with win

It wasn’t Tiger at Augusta, but, by winning the Williams Invitational, men’s golf is now the standing champion at its four major tournaments: the NESCAC tournament, the District One Shootout, the Little Three tournament and the Williams Invitational.

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Women’s soccer undefeated at 4-0

Women’s soccer took on Smith on an overcast and somewhat dreary Wednesday afternoon.

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