Month: February 2002

One in 2000: Loren Silvertrust

So, you’re familiar with this column? Yeee-ah.

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Looking back at MVP weekends

Down at the Admissions Office, preparations are already in progress for the publicized April pre-frosh weekends.

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Subway: An exception on Spring St.

“If it was up to the students, there’d be two Subways,” said Adam Jacobson ’03, commenting on the popular fast food chain at the intersection of Spring St. and Walden St.

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Women’s hoops bounced from NESCACs

Poor shooting from the field, from behind the three point arc and even from the charity stripe translated into a 56-40 season-ending loss for women’s basketball (18-8) against the top-seeded Bowdoin Polar Bears in the semifinals of the NESCAC tournament.

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Women’s swim and dive wins 15th straight regional title

Capturing their 15th consecutive regional title, the Ephwomen won the 2002 NESCAC Swimming and Diving Championship with a score of 1,727.5 points this past weekend.

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Men’s squash settles for sixth place nationally following tough 5-4 loss

Following in the footsteps of its female counterparts, men’s squash finished with a sixth place result at the team national tournament at Yale this past weekend.

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Men’s hockey’s season ends at Trinity; Starkey concludes flawless career

The Trinity campus was not a kind place to Williams on Saturday.

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Eph Knight top US finisher at Salt Lake with 12th place in slalom

Although the big Olympic story in Friday’s men’s slalom race was Bode Miller’s two falls during his second run, for many Williams fans the bigger story was the incredible performance of Chip Knight ’04.

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Jeffs down Ephs in NESCAC Tourney 69-62

They say that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat their mistakes.

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Track and field teams hold own against strong Div. I and Div. III crop

Women’s track competed in the Women’s All-New England Championship at Tufts University on Friday and Saturday, finishing ninth among the 32 Div. I and Div. III schools in attendance.

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