Month: March 2005

2004-05 Winter Sport Wrap-ups

Women’s Swimming NESCAC, Little Three Champs Women’s swimming posted an undefeated dual-meet record (6-0), won the NESCAC meet for the fifth year in a row and raced to a fourth…

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Women’s golf eager for first full spring varsity schedule

Women’s golf finally made the leap from a club to varsity sport this fall. There has long been men’s varsity golf at Williams, but for the women, who existed as…

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Men’s track seeks 5th straight title

After an extremely successful spring 2004 campaign in which men’s track and field captured its fourth straight NESCAC Championship, along with a Div. III New England Championship, the Ephs face…

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Loaded women’s track, field prepared to dominate again

On the heels of a great indoor season that saw six school records broken and 10 athletes compete at Nationals, anticipation abounds for the women’s track outdoor season. Entering his…

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Men’s tennis faces a tough spring season

Men’s tennis has quite a reputation to live up to. Its legacy includes four consecutive trips to the national championship match, where it won three times in the last six…

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Dedicated men’s crew committed to success

As the bell tower clock struck midnight on Feb. 15, men’s crew was in Lasell Gymnasium ushering in the official start of the crew season. That night, as memories of…

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Rookie trio leads way for men’s golf

While the two feet of snow on Taconic Golf Course might be great for cross country skiing, the 14 members of men’s golf are praying to see some green, and…

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Women’s lacrosse looks to finish atop competitive NESCAC

After finishing the 2004 season in the NESCAC semifinals with an impressive 10-5 record, women’s lacrosse opens this season with even higher aspirations. “We’re not looking to just keep up…

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Softball opens as NESCAC favorite

For the first time since the sport’s inception at Williams in 1987, softball will begin its season in the coaches’ top 25 poll, ranked No. 18 in the nation among…

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Women’s crew fields strongest, deepest team in recent history

A common saying on women’s crew is that races are won not in the spring, but in the winter. Taking their own advice, the Ephs have put in long hours…

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