Month: January 2004

Ski team suffers through a frigid start at Colby

As Friday morning dawned at Sugarloaf, Maine, dry air well below zero blew over the frozen trails. As the temperature warmed up toward zero, so did the action on the…

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Women’s squash tops Cornell

While most of the campus excitedly watched the first half of the men’s basketball game Saturday, women’s squash anxiously awaited the arrival of a severely delayed Cornell team. Bad scheduling…

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Men’s squash defeats Hobart after getting swept by Cornell

All year, men’s squash (12-5) has taken care of business, disposing of all challengers to its status as part of the top ten teams in Div. I squash. Despite a…

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Women’s hockey tops Hamilton in two straight

Women’s hockey (8-5-0, 7-1-0 in the NESCAC) bounced back this weekend from a tough non-conference schedule with a home sweep of two games against NESCAC foe Hamilton (4-8-1, 4-6-0). Williams…

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Swimming and diving wins meet at Springfield

fter the hardest training week of the season, men’s swimming and diving (4-1) traveled to Springfield on Saturday to race and dive against the Pride. Winning a number of close…

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Please Sir, Can I Have Some More?

It’s Super Bowl week! At last! That’s right, five days chock full of more fun and excitement than the Golden Globes and the Emmys put together. As your Super Sunday…

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Men’s hockey suffers 3 tough losses

A week ago, men’s hockey (8-5-2, 7-3 in the NESCAC) was riding high. The team was undefeated in league play and was looking to win the NESCAC for the first…

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Track & field defeats rival MIT

Few accomplishments in athletic competition feel better than the sound defeat of a respected and competent rival. On Saturday, track and field reached this pinnacle by conquering their rivals from…

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Women’s basketball totals 236 points in three victories

Behind 24 points from Colleen Hession ’06, women’s basketball (14-2, 3-0 in the NESCAC) beat its archrivals from Amherst (9-8, 1-3) by a final score of 71-60 on Saturday afternoon.…

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Men’s hoops mounts epic comeback against Jeffs

No aspect of last Saturday’s men’s basketball game between Williams and Amherst could possibly have been over-hyped. The Jeffs were the top-ranked team in Div. III and the Ephs weren’t…

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