Month: November 2005

Women’s squash ready to reload

If the old adage is true - if success really does breed success - then women’s squash opponents this season better be worried. Coming off a top eight national finish…

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Future bright for young men’s squash

Men’s squash began its 2005-06 campaign this weekend with a brutal opening against the three top teams in the country. On Sunday, Williams hosted second-ranked Harvard, showing a great deal…

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Laughing at the lovable losers in professional football

As an aficionado of football, I find few things as beautiful as a perfectly thrown ball on a deep out, a crunching form tackle or a ball carrier running with…

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Rookie Scott off to spectacular start for men’s swimming

Competing against several Div. I opponents, men’s swimming showcased its depth and talent at the Nutmeg Invitational hosted by Yale on Saturday. Though no team scores were kept, many individuals…

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Swimming looks fierce at Nutmeg Invite

Women’s swimming competed in the Nutmeg Invitational in New Haven, Conn., this weekend, taking on strong opponents from Boston College, University of Bridgeport, Central Connecticut State, Fordham, Long Island, Syracuse,…

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Pinto’s 4 wins fuel wrestling at NYU

Wrestling opened up its dual meet season at the New York University (NYU) Duals Tournament this past weekend. The Ephs had a solid showing and wrestled tough in four contests,…

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Veterans lead men’s ice hockey

Men’s ice hockey (4-2-1, 3-0-1 in the NESCAC) had a solid weekend, cruising past Salem State by a score of 7-2 and tying Southern Maine 3-3. On Friday, Williams hosted…

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Wood leads potent attack for red-hot women’s ice hockey

Over the last week, women’s hockey (6-2-1) has taken huge strides toward establishing itself as a team to beat. After opening the season with back-to-back losses, the Ephs have gone…

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Women’s basketball slips at home

Coming off a five game winning streak, women’s basketball (5-2) was primed to take on league rival Bates in Sunday afternoon’s Williams Invitational championship game. Bates (3-2), traditionally a NESCAC…

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WPI edges men’s hoops in 73-71 thriller

Men’s basketball (6-1) lost a 73-71 thriller to national No. 10 Worcester Polytechnic Institute (7-0) in the final of the Williams Invitational on Saturday. With one second remaining, senior guard…

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