Author: Danny Jin, Sports Editor

No. 6 women’s soccer reaches NCAA Sweet 16

No. 6 women’s soccer (18–1–1, 8–1–1 in the NESCAC) defeated Lesley and Brandeis last weekend on Cole Field to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. In the first…

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Captains’ Corner: Amanni Fernandez ’18

Team: Women’s basketball Amanni Fernandez '18. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Hometown: Queens, N.Y. Residence: Hubbell Majors: Political science, music Snack bar order: Chicken tenders and fries   How long…

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No. 4 women’s soccer defeats Amherst, Tufts to claim NESCAC title

It took two second-half comebacks and a sudden-death overtime in the championship game, but No. 4 women’s soccer (16–1–1, 8–1–1 in the NESCAC) captured its eighth NESCAC championship last weekend.…

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No. 3 Ephs defeat Polar Bears 4-0

Victoria Laino ’21 scored two goals in the women’s 4-0 victory over Bowdoin in the NESCAC quarterfinals. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. No. 3 women’s soccer (14–1–1, 8–1–1 in the…

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Captains’ Corner: Jacqueline Simeone ’18

Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Team: Women’s soccer Hometown: Milton, Mass. Residence: Hoxsey Street Major: Economics Snack bar order: Triple sweet potato fries   What was your childhood experience with sports? I started playing…

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No. 3 Ephs clinch top seed despite first NESCAC loss since 2015

No. 3 women’s soccer (13–1–1, 8–1–1 in the NESCAC) clinched first place in the NESCAC regular season with a victory over Tufts on Saturday before suffering its first loss of…

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Women’s soccer continues undefeated season

Olivia Barnhill ’19 recorded her 10th shutout of the year on Sunday as the Ephs won their sixth straight game. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. No. 4 women’s soccer (12–0–1,…

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Women’s soccer beats Amherst, ties Bates

Women’s soccer (6–0–1, 5–0–1 in the NESCAC) continued its unbeaten start to the season, playing two home games last weekend on Cole Field. The women edged archrival Amherst 3-2 in…

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No. 4 women’s soccer starts season with three consecutive wins

After implementing a new attacking system in the offseason to improve its use of flank space, women’s soccer (3–0, 2–0 in the NESCAC) opened its season with three convincing wins.…

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Captains’ Corner: Peter Hale ’17

Peter Hale '17. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Team: Men’s track and field Hometown: Swampscott, Mass. Residence: Milham House Major: History and English, with a certificate in German Snack bar…

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