Month: November 2010

Women’s swim sets sights on NESCAC title

Fresh off a record setting postseason, women’s swimming opened regular season training Nov. 1.

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Men’s track to depend on individual strengths for team success

Men’s indoor track and field looks to reassert itself as the dominant force in New England this season.

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Wrestling to build on last season

Currently ranked first in New England’s preseason polls and 13th in the nation, wrestling is looking to repeat last year’s success under new leadership.

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Women’s squash sets sights on ‘A’ division

As winter approaches, one of Williams’ most celebrated teams will take to the courts.

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Men’s squash primes for Harvard, Tufts

Men’s squash anticipates a competitive and challenging season ahead, following a hard-fought year that saw the Ephs secure 10th place nationally and second in the NESCAC. Fitted with a complement of promising rookies, the men look to retain their place among the best squads in the country and also their authoritative position in the NESCAC, second only to previously unstoppable Trinity.

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Men’s swimming preps to hold fast atop the NESCAC

Men’s swimming is poised to begin its season Saturday, returning all nine members of the group that claimed a ninth-place finish at the 2010 NCAA Div. III Championships.

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Women’s track looks to rookies

Women’s indoor track is gearing up for an exciting season, which will kick-off with the Smith College Winter Classic on Dec. 4.

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Women’s basketball ready for 1st tourney

After several weeks of pre-season practice, women’s basketball is looking to start its season this weekend at the Emmanuel Invitational tournament at Emmanuel College.

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Men’s basketball aims to top NESCAC

Ranked fifth by Div. III news, seventh by The Sporting News and eighth by D3Hoops entering the 2010-11 season, men’s basketball appears ready to roar out of the gates for yet another successful season.

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Men’s ice hockey kicks off season

National No. 13 men’s ice hockey is prepared to face the regular season despite the loss of five skaters, including NESCAC Player of the Year and top scorer Alex Smigelski ’10 as well as netminder Marc Pulde ’10.

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