Month: January 2010

Women’s squash upsets Dartmouth

Women’s squash (10-3) had a roller coaster of a weekend, which ended on Sunday with arguably the biggest victory of the season over rival Dartmouth.

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Men’s squash falls to Dartmouth, Penn

Men’s squash (7-3) hosted Dartmouth, Hamilton and Penn last weekend on the heels of the previous weekend’s successful competitions in Maine against Bates, Colby and Bowdoin.

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Skiing opens season at St. Lawrence Carnival

The 2010 NCAA alpine and nordic ski season kicked off tlast weekend at Whiteface Mountain near Lake Placid, N.Y. The event, hosted by St. Lawrence, was the first test for this year’s roster of men and women, who finished fifth in the overall competition.

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Wrestling sweeps quad meet

This past weekend, wrestling (10-3) continued its dominance of New England, destroying MIT, Norwich, Bridgewater State and Plymouth State in a quadruple meet.

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Ephs qualify for NCAAs as track and field hosts meet

Men’s and women’s indoor track and field had an excellent start to the season with standout performances last weekend in their non-scored meet against St. Rose, Hamilton and Union.

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Women’s ice hockey shuts out St. Anselm

Women’s ice hockey (5-5-1, 4-1-1 in NESCAC) defeated St. Anselm on Saturday, snapping a two-game losing streak and finishing a four-game road trip.

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Men’s ice hockey success slows

Men’s ice hockey (7-3-1, 5-3 in the NESCAC) has had a disappointing run since the return from winter break, going 1-3-1 since they opened the season 6-0 and dominated nearly every opponent they faced.

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Men’s swimming claims Little Threes

Men’s swimming and diving took on rivals Wesleyan and Tufts this weekend in an important meet leading up to NESCACs. Despite a delayed start time, the team stayed focused once it arrived at Springfield. Williams walked away victorious, defeating Tufts 172.5 to 127.5 and trouncing Wesleyan 226 to 73.

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Women’s swimming dominates at Wesleyan

Women’s swimming came out strong the past two weekends following a week of training in Florida over winter break. Last weekend, the women claimed victories against Wesleyan and Tufts after dominating Amherst on Jan. 9.

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Women’s hoops opens NESCAC play 2-0

Women’s basketball (13-4, 2-0 in the NESCAC) opened conference play strongly this weekend at home, dropping then-11th-ranked Tufts on Friday at the buzzer before soundly beating Bates on Saturday.

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