Month: April 2005

Men’s rugby steals the show at UVM

In the final scene of The Replacements (2000), the replacement Sentinels take possession of the ball deep in their own territory, trailing the pro-Sentinels by two points with less than…

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Men’s tennis third at NESCAC

Men’s tennis, owners of 11 straight NESCAC titles from 1993 to 2003, dropped down another rung on the conference ladder this past weekend at the NESCAC Championships. After a second…

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Women’s crew loses first race of season, places third at home

Women’s crew hosted United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA), Marist and Bates this weekend in its second-straight home regatta. The varsity eight lost its first race of the season, while…

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Baseball drops two low-scoring affairs

Rain cut short what would have otherwise been a busy weekend for baseball (15-13, 6-3 in the NESCAC). After making the five-hour trip to Bowdoin for a scheduled doubleheader on…

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Women’s golf places 13th at Orchards

After three weekends of blue skies and warm breezes, women’s golf was faced with dismally bad weather for the two-day Jack Leaman Invitational held at UMass-Amherst this weekend. What was…

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Men’s crew battles wind, rain, strong competition

While the weather may have gotten worse as the afternoon progressed, the varsity men’s eight improved as the day went on. Rowing against Div. I opponent Marist and New England…

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Men’s track wins Little Three title

Steady rain couldn’t keep men’s track from capturing the Little Three title on Saturday at Amherst. The Ephs recorded 150 points to the Cardinals’ 126.50 and the Jeffs’ 89.50. The…

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Amherst tops women’s tennis

Women’s tennis (6-12, 5-4 in the NESCAC) hosted dominant Amherst (9-2, 7-0) in its only home match of the spring season on Saturday. The familiar foe arrived as the No.…

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Twentysomethings hit the happening Billsville scene

When the weekend rolls around and students are sitting in front of the television yearning for some entertainment, many faculty and staff here at Williams are doing the exact same…

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Men’s lacrosse lets two big NESCAC games slip away

This week brought good news and bad news for men’s lacrosse (7-5, 3-4 in the NESCAC). The bad news: Williams dropped two close NESCAC contests, falling to Conn. College 11-9…

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