Month: October 2002

Women’s soccer finds itself in four-way tie for first place with one to play

With just one game remaining in the regular season, women’s soccer (9-3-1; 5-2-1 in the NESCAC) is firmly entrenched in an intense and crowded battle for the NESCAC regular season crown.

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Fifteen-match winning streak ends in an otherwise successful weekend for volleyball

Having already clinched the NESCAC regular season championship and the right to host the NESCAC tournament, volleyball (28-4, 9-1) hoped to continue its 15 game win streak through this weekend’s Hall of Fame Tournament and into Homecoming’s Little Three Championship.

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Football trounces Hamilton 31-6, turns eye to Little Three rivals

In a game that served as the final tune-up before the upcoming Little Three games, football (6-0) handled Hamilton 31-6 on Saturday.

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Jeffs upset field hockey with 1-0 win in overtime

There is an old adage that says records are thrown out the window in rivalry games. Chalk another one up in that category.

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Men’s soccer to finish regular season no higher than second

For the first time in the last two seasons, a new NESCAC regular season champion will be crowned, as men’s soccer’s 3-0 loss to their arch-rivals from Amherst (8-3-1; 5-3) coupled with Bowdoin’s (10-2-1; 7-1) 4-0 drubbing of Colby (6-7; 1-7) spelled the end of Williams’ two-year streak of supremacy.

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Men’s cross country Little Three champs 15 years running

Men’s cross-country won its 15th-consecutive Little Three Championship after triumphing Saturday on the waterlogged trails of their home course at Mt. Greylock High School.

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Women’s cross country tops at Little Threes

Despite weather that was almost bad enough to justify wearing bunners over tights Superman-style, the Ephs handily ran away with the Little Three Championship on their home course at Mt. Greylock High School Saturday, marking their 15th Little Three victory in the last 16 years.

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One in 2000: Matt Slovitt

Thanks for doing this interview, Matt. I just have a few questions - I’m sweating. From the palms and from the pits. I sweat. I sweat a lot. Ok. I’m…

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Lehman conspiracy

I would like to bring a disturbing trend to the attention of the Williams College community. As I’m sure you all know, for years, Lehman has been synonymous with lice outbreaks, cockroach infestation, and ticks.

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Poster hypocrisy

What is that I hear? Nothing?! Amazing.

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