Category: Sports

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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No. 4 women’s cross country places third, qualifies for NCAA Championships

No. 4 women’s cross country placed third at the NCAA Div. III New England Regional on Saturday in Gorham, Maine. The women did not receive one of the two automatic…

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Women’s baseball pioneer Laura Brenneman looks back on career

For Laura Brenneman ’99, playing varsity soccer, basketball and softball during her time at the College was only the start of her athletic career. Upon graduation, she took up a…

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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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No. 29 men’s XC earns NCAA at-large bid

No. 29 men’s cross country placed fourth at the Div. III New England Regional on Saturday. The NCAA announced on Sunday that the Ephs would receive an at-large bid to…

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Spectators at Homecoming

We asked spectators, “Why did you attend Homecoming?” These were their responses.   Dennis O’Shea ’77 Baltimore, Md. “A lot of reasons. It’s living my life through [current students] a…

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Athletes of the Week: Bobby Maimaron and Anna Harleen

Bobby Maimaron '21 Football Duxbury, Mass. “Bobby has a natural ability to lead. He has an awesome personality and unwavering courage, and he is the smartest player I have ever…

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Student-athletes thrive academically, athletically in post-graduate years

Many students are eager to leave high school after receiving their diplomas, but some decide to spend an additional post-graduate (PG) year at an independent boarding school before transitioning to…

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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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