Month: September 2015

Women’s soccer hits stride, still undefeated

Women’s soccer (7-0, 6-0 in the NESCAC) overpowered both Bates and Amherst last weekend to continue its undefeated 2015 campaign. The women took down Amherst 1-0 on Saturday and followed…

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Volleyball takes on competition in Midwest

Co-captain Katherine Lane ’16 notched three spikes and one kill in the women’s game against Carthage. Photo Credit / Sports Information Volleyball (7-3, 2-1 in the NESCAC) began the University…

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Men’s soccer falls to Amherst and Bates at home; looks to rebound

Mark Sisco-Tolomeo ’18 took three shots against the Jeffs in the men’s game against Amherst. Photo Credit / Sports Information For the third time in four matches, men’s soccer (3-4,…

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The importance of wild cards in the MLB

After over six months of Major League Baseball (MLB), the 162-game season will come to a close this Sunday. But before the best-of-five divisional round begins, baseball fans will be…

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Captain’s Corner: Austin Lommen ’16

Austin Lommen '16 Austin Lommen ’16 Football Minneapolis, Minn. Residence: Hoxsey St. Take me back. What was your first experience with football in your youth? Oh gosh ... I don’t…

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Men’s tennis competes fervently in ITAs at home

Co-captain Alex Schidlovsky ’16 was seeded No. 8 in doubles last weekend with co-captain Jose Raventos ’16. Photo Credit / Sports Information Men’s tennis (1-0) performed well on the first…

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Women’s tennis takes on ITAs

Co-captain Alex Schidlovsky ’16 was seeded No. 8 in doubles last weekend with co-captain Jose Raventos ’16. Photo Credit / Sports Information Last weekend, the women’s tennis team traveled to…

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Field hockey splits NESCAC bouts

Margaret Draper ’17 secured six saves for the Ephs in the team’s game on Saturday against the Jeffs. Photo Credit / Sports Information Field hockey (6-2, 3-2 in the NESCAC)…

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Men’s XC sprints to second at home race

Men’s cross country squared off against 23 visiting teams on Saturday in the annual Purple Valley Classic. This competitive field featured seven teams ranked in the latest USTFCCCA national poll:…

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Women’s XC races to first in home invite

Last weekend, women’s cross country came away with a victory at the historic Purple Valley Classic. The women, ranked No. 6 in NCAA Div. III rankings, led a diverse field…

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