Author: Kevin Coakley, Staff Writer

Football earns 31-24 OT win over Amherst in historic Homecoming bout

They don’t call it “The Biggest Little Game in America” for nothing. At Homecoming on Saturday, a chilly Veteran’s Day with thousands in attendance at Farley-Lamb Field, football (6–3) notched…

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Wesleyan shuts out football 35-0

Football (5–3) was shut out by Wesleyan on Saturday in Middletown, Conn. The Cardinals got on the scoreboard with their first offensive possession and never looked back, downing the Ephs…

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Football trounces Hamilton 24-6, secures first winning season since 2011

On Saturday, football (5–2) defeated Hamilton 24-6 on Farley-Lamb Field. To start the game, Min Kyu Park ’21 sent a kickoff, aided by the wind, into the end zone for…

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Football comes up short against Tufts, suffers first loss in three games

Football (4–2) fell 21-13 to Tufts on Saturday in a home game on Farley-Lamb Field. The men entered the game seeking a third consecutive win. Amherst, Middlebury, Wesleyan and Williams…

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Maimaron leads late comeback as Ephs top Panthers on final play

Bobby Maimaron ’21 connected with Frank Stola ’21 for a touchdown on the final play of the game, as football (4-1) topped Middlebury 27-26 on Saturday. In a thrilling comeback,…

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Football suffers 17-9 loss to Trinity despite stellar defensive effort

Running back Connor Harris ’18 scored the lone Williams touchdown in Saturday’s 17-9 loss to Trinity. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Football (2–1) suffered its first loss of the season…

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Football improves to 2-0 with 24-7 victory over Colby

After breaking a 13-game losing streak in its season opener, football (2–0) topped Colby 24-7 on Saturday in Waterville, Maine. The team has now won two consecutive games for the…

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Stola scores three touchdowns in football’s first win since 2015

Football (1–0) defeated Bowdoin 28-14 last Saturday on Farley-Lamb Field. The contest marked the beginning of a new era for NESCAC football, which expanded to a nine-game schedule this season.…

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Men’s tennis upsets Mammoths, falls to Panthers at NESCACs

Deepak Indrakanti ’19 fell to Middlebury’s Kyle Schlanger 6-2, 6-2. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.   Men’s tennis (13–7, 4–4 in the NESCAC) upset Amherst in the first round of…

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Men’s tennis splits NESCAC matches

Rohan Shastri ’17 defeated Luke Tercek 7-6, 6-3 at No. 1 singles in Saturday’s loss to Bowdoin. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. No. 9 men’s tennis  (11–5, 3–3 in the…

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