Category: Sports

No. 6 women’s soccer wins second NCAA title in three years

Just two years after winning its first national title, No. 6 women’s soccer (22–1–1, 8–1–1 in the NESCAC) once again returned from the NCAA Final Four weekend holding the championship…

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No. 3 men’s basketball falls to Wesleyan after opening season with five wins

No. 3 men’s basketball (5–1) fell to Wesleyan 72-67 in overtime on Saturday after opening its season with five straight wins. In a defensive battle in Chandler Gymnasium, the Cardinals…

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Athletes of the Week: Natasha Albaneze and Kyle Scadlock

Natasha Albeneze ’18 Women's soccer Northport, N.Y. “It was wonderful to see Tash playing some of the most inspired and confident soccer of her Williams career in the last few…

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After 40 years of coaching, Pete Farwell to be inducted into USTFCCCA Hall of Fame

Pete Farwell ’73, who began coaching at the College in 1978, will become a Hall of Famer on Dec. 13. Danny Jin/Sports Editor. Pete Farwell ’73 arrived at the College…

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Men’s, women’s swimming and diving drop meet to Div. I Boston College

Co-captain Emma Waddell ’18 placed second in the 100 freestyle. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. No. 12 men’s swimming and diving (2–1) and No. 3 women’s swimming and diving (2–1)…

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Athletes of the Fall

Victoria Kingham '18 Women's cross country New York, N.Y. Kingham, a tri-captain, was the first Eph finisher in all but one of her races this fall. At the Purple Valley Classic…

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Men’s ice hockey stays undefeated with victories over Connecticut College, Tufts

Forward Joe Welch ’18 recorded a goal and two points in Saturday’s 7-2 win over Connecticut College. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s ice hockey (5–0–0, 4–0–0 in the NESCAC)…

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Women’s basketball moves to 6–2

Women’s basketball (6–2) continued its strong start to the season, going 2–1 in three games last week. The women topped Eastern Connecticut State 66-55 yesterday. Tri-captain Kristin Fechtelkotter recorded 21…

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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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