Month: November 2004

Doubles for returning juniors not double the fun

Two winters ago, students returning from abroad faced the possibility of camping out in Mission common rooms for the month of January. The anticipated housing crunch never took place, but…

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Swimming and diving looks to continue dominance

With Head Coach Steve Kuster returning for his sixth year coaching men’s and women’s swimming at Williams, the Ephs officially kicked off training with Kuster on Nov. 1 after lots…

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Two Maine squads each down women’s ice hockey

Despite an early lead and strong play from goaltender Denise McCulloch ’08, women’s ice hockey (0-2-0, 0-2-0 in the NESCAC) wasn’t able to hold off a strong, seventh-ranked Bowdoin team…

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Men’s squash transcends from the ridiculous to the sublime

After an intensive preseason program and three weeks of rigorous practice, men’s squash officially started its season on Sunday with a trio of matches at Harvard. Despite an early morning…

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Wrestling finishes 16th at season-opening Doug Parker Tourney

Wrestling started off its season by placing 16th at the Doug Parker Invitational at Springfield on Saturday, posting 34 points. Williams finished ahead of Bridgewater State, Western New England and…

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Women’s squash defeats Tufts and Colby, not Harvard

Women’s squash had a long Sunday at Harvard with matches against Tufts, Colby and Harvard, finishing 2-1. The Ephs played smart throughout, crushing Colby and Tufts, 9-0, and falling to…

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Women’s hoops wins Tip-Off Tourney

For players on the team and fans in the know, the opening weekend of the women’s basketball season brought back memories of and partial atonement for a devastating loss the…

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Men’s ice hockey wins a close one and a laugher

Men’s ice hockey (2-0-0, 2-0-0 in the NESCAC) got its season started on a good note, defeating Skidmore by a 4-2 count on Friday and annihilating Castleton State on Saturday,…

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Men’s basketball takes Equinox Inv.

It wasn’t within the same realm as an NCAA Tournament victory or even close to a NESCAC Tournament title, but men’s basketball (2-0, 0-0 in the NESCAC) opened the season…

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Men’s X-country finishes ninth at Div. III Nationals

When the top seven runners from men’s cross country walked up to the starting line on Saturday morning at the Whitetail Golf Course in Colfax, Wis., they stood next to…

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