Month: March 2004

Softball begins new era under Herman

Some things you just never thought you’d live to see. About a decade ago you might never have thought you’d live to see Roger Clemens wearing Yankee pinstripes, let alone…

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Men’s tennis has Amherst in sights

During the upcoming spring season, men’s tennis will look to build on last year’s impressive and surprising second place finish at Nationals. With all of its players returning, the team…

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Men’s crew ready to hit the water

After months of dryland training in the basement of Lasell Gym, men’s crew will travel to Myrtle Beach, S.C. to take its first strokes on the water and prepare for…

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Baseball returns seven starters

Don’t let the snow on the ground fool you; it’s baseball season in Williamstown. This year’s team – young, deep and talented – has begun official spring practices. Looking to…

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Women’s crew will rely on largest roster in Williams history

After a long winter of dry-land training, women’s crew is ready to hit the water. Head Coach Justin Moore described this year’s squad, the largest in the team’s history, as…

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Track, field hope to repeat success

In less than one week, track and field will commence their outdoor season by travelling to sunny San Juan, Puerto Rico. After a winter in which they crowded into Towne…

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Women’s tennis poised for third title in four years

Everything is in place for women’s tennis to make a run at its third National Championship in four years. Head Coach Julie Greenwood has returned to the Purple Valley after…

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Old School: A Dopamine Junky?

A while back, I was talking to one of my friends about my brother, a frat dog at Bucknell, and she asked a very good question. “Is he as big…

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Men’s lacrosse learns some early lessons

It’s a new season for men’s lacrosse (0-1, 0-1 in the NESCAC). With Head Coach George McCormack expecting and receiving hard work out of his team, the Ephs opened their…

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Women’s lacrosse romps, and improves

Women’s lacrosse (2-0, 1-0 in the NESCAC) opened its season this past weekend, dismantling both Springfield, 14-7 and Bates, 16-2. Though it took the team some time to find its…

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