Month: January 2003

Men’s squash beats top U.S. high school

Coming back from a defeat to the University of Pennsylvania to quieter and safer Williamstown, the Ephs enjoyed a relaxed environment in their match against Brunswick School last Saturday afternoon.

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Women’s basketball downs Amherst

If two programs heading in opposite directions converge at LeFrak Gymnasium, what is the result? The first team is made up of the Ephwomen and they have been hot as of late, winning eight of their last games, with most of them being blowouts.

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Women’s track and field win MIT Quad Cup, men settle for second place

On Sunday, the Williams women placed first with a score of 222, and MIT took second with 141.

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Men’s hockey drops two, dominates St. Anselm

In a trying week of play, the men’s hockey team fell to New England and Middlebury, but managed to pull off an impressive win against St. Anselm. The team record fell to 5-10-1 (5-5-1 in the NESCAC) on the season.

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Drew Newman’s Super Bowl Journal

On Sept. 5, 1981, two days after I was born, my father held me in his arms in the hospital as we watched our first Bucs game together. While the…

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Several Ephs place at the Constable Tournament

This weekend women’s squash took a road trip to Philadelphia for a Thursday match against the University of Pennsylvania which it lost, 8-1. The team then traveled onto New Jersey for the weekend’s Constable Tournament.

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Amherst wins 61-57, ruins Ephs’ bid for 15-0 start

Apparently number 15 just wasn’t meant to be. The day after tying the school record for wins to start the season of 14, men’s basketball (14-1, 2-1 in the NESCAC) suffered the same fate as the 1955 Eph team whose record this year’s team tied – a loss to Amherst.

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Women’s hockey defeats Amherst and Hamilton in NESCAC play

This weekend served as an opportunity for women’s hockey to reestablish itself as a top hockey program in New England, as the Ephwomen faced conference foe Hamilton and Little Three rival Amherst.

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Ski team takes 5th at New Hampshire

The William’s ski teams traveled to New Hampshire last weekend to race in the carnival hosted by The University of New Hampshire.

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Women’s swim/dive gets win number 100

Each week, Carl Samuelson, affectionately called “Sammer” by his swimmers, sits in the stands with his wife, cheering for the team he founded. He was there for the first women’s meet ever and was there last Saturday to watch the men’s and women’s swim teams beat Springfield. The match was significant because it marked the women’s 100th consecutive victory.

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