Month: October 2004

WRFC falls to Coke-Mules

When Bruce “Wildcat” Stevenson made the decision to leave Keene State University in 1984 to accept the head coaching position with the Williams Rugby Football Club (WRFC), he did so…

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The World Series: uncharted territory

Editor’s note: Aaron Pinsky ’06 was lucky enough to attend Game 1 of the World Series at Fenway Park last Saturday night. It was an epic night at Fenway Park:…

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Equestrian comes home once again

Despite a major equipment theft last week that threatened to halt the show, the equestrian team hosted an Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) competition at Bonnie Lea Farm in Williamstown…

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Women’s soccer battles back in second half to tie Jumbos

Coaches constantly harp on its importance. Every player knows that games often are decided during it. The opening minutes of a soccer game are what set the tone for a…

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Men’s X-Country wins 17th straight Little 3

“Don’t worry about the things you can’t control. We’re going to have to come together as a team and run strong to win this race,” captain Sam VanVolkenburgh ’05 said…

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Tufts beats field hockey for first time in 4 years

For the first time since 2000, field hockey (9-3, 5-3 in the NESCAC) fell to Tufts (8-4, 4-3), this time on Saturday in Medford, Mass. Jumbo senior captain Jeanne Grabowski…

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Women’s cross country wins 20th straight Little Three

Women’s cross country ran away with their 20th (out of 29 total) Little Three team title last Saturday at Wesleyan, its 16th of the last 18 titles awarded. After suffering…

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I’d rather root for a real team, Mr. Steinbrenner

I made a bold prediction before the beginning of the ALCS: Yankees in four. With all the hype after the blissfully dramatic series in 2003, I couldn’t imagine that the…

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The Red Sox finally exorcise the demon

The Red Sox finally did it. They finally defeated the Yankees in a game that mattered. One year after blowing a 3-run lead with five outs to go before the…

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Football gets another 1-point win

With a team as young as Mike Whalen’s Ephs are, you might expect the rookie head coach to come up on the losing side of close games. You also might…

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