Month: March 2003

Women’s tennis looks to 3-peat as Div. III Champs

Women’s tennis has an incredible record. The Ephs have won the past two NCAA championship titles under the leadership of Head Coach Julie Greenwood ’96. This year, despite a slightly…

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Crew team ready to dominate

After spending the winter training indoors, men’s and women’s crew are now preparing to return to the water for the spring sprint-racing season. The crew team had a very successful…

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Ski team finishes 14th at NCAA Champ.

The ski team competed at the NCAA Div. I championships, which were hosted by Dartmouth College on March 5-9. Going up against such powerhouses as the Universities of Utah, Colorado…

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Men’s LAX suffers first loss of the season

Men’s lacrosse (2-1, 1-0 in NESCAC) split two games this weekend, beating Skidmore 12-8 on Wednesday before suffering their first loss on Saturday at the hands of Hamilton, falling by…

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Track and field land 10 All-Americans at NCAAs

Last Friday and Saturday, 13 Ephs – 10 women and three men – traveled to DePauw University to represent Williams at the 2003 NCAA Div. III Indoor Track and Field…

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Men’s baseball to begin spring season in Florida

Baseball will kick off the 2003 season next week as team members head to Florida for their spring break trip. During the team’s swing through the Sunshine state, the Ephs…

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Women’s hockey falls in first round of NCAA Tourney

The season came to an ugly end for women’s hockey this weekend as the team lost its first-round game in the NCAA tournament to the Manhattanville Valiants. After losing to…

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Women’s swim/dive takes 2nd at NCAAs, highest in Eph history

Women’s swim and dive has a tradition of excellence. The team has won over 100 consecutive dual meets and numerous NESCAC championships. But, this past weekend, the women proved they…

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Men’s hoops downs Amherst, on to Final Four

It was arguably the most important men’s basketball game Williams and Amherst have ever played, but this one was over well before Head Coach Dave Paulsen cut the last strand…

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One in 2000: Aidan Finley

How are you feeling about your presidential campaign? It went pretty well. No, it didn’t. You got seven percent of the vote. Well, that’s more than you got. I wasn’t…

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