Month: December 2009

Men’s squash tops Navy, St. Lawrence

Men’s squash (4-2) continued its strong start to the season on Saturday with convincing wins over Navy and St. Lawrence, 8-1 and 9-0 respectively. Though considered favorites for this weekend’s…

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Track prepares for season at Smith

The track teams competed last Saturday at Smith College in an unscored meet, using the opportunity to get some marks for the up and coming season. Against the challenges of…

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Women’s swimming takes 2nd in tri-meet

Women’s swimming began its season with a splash on Saturday, when the team traveled to Fordham to compete in its first meet of the season against two Div. I colleges,…

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Women’s cross country finishes 8th at National Championships

On Nov. 21, women’s cross country raced in the National Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. After finishing third in New England and receiving an at-large bid to the meet, the women…

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Men’s cross country nabs 2nd place at Nationals

On Nov. 21, men’s cross country traveled to Cleveland, Ohio to compete in the National Championships. One week after a dominating victory at the New England Regional Championships, the Ephs…

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Women’s squash sweeps weekend

After a strong beginning to the season, women’s squash (3-1) captured another victory, this time against St. Lawrence. The Ephs have traditionally topped the Saints, and Williams felt the pressure…

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Wrestling takes 5th at Spartan Invitational

Wrestling is living up to the expectations set by its No. 1 New England ranking. The team finished fifth at the Spartan Invitational against a large group of teams from…

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Women’s ice hockey drops 2 at home

Torrey Taussig ’10, the Ephs’ leader in points with eight, skates in the open ice in Sunday’s loss. Women’s ice hockey (3-2-1, 3-0-1 in the NESCAC) suffered its first two…

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Men’s swimming struggles against Fordham in opening meet

The first meet of the season for men’s swimming did not necessarily go as planned. The men travelled to the Bronx last Saturday and lost to Fordham 209-88 in a…

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TCNJ puts end to women’s soccer’s NCAA title hopes

Second-ranked women’s soccer saw its dreams of a NCAA championship slip away when No. 23 The College of New Jersey upset the team 1-0 in the Sweet 16 on Nov.…

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