Category: Sports

Men’s lacrosse takes down Colby 16-12 on Farley-Lamb Field

James McFarland '18 had six goals in the win against Colby. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s lacrosse (6–6, 5–3 in the NESCAC) defeated Colby 16-12 last Saturday on Farley-Lamb…

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Men’s track and field defeats MIT

No. 19 men’s track and field defeated No. 13 MIT on Saturday at the Dick Farley Invitational, an annual dual meet between the two programs. Hosting the meet on Lee…

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Women’s crew sweeps competition in Worcester, winning Donahue Cup

On Lake Quinsigamond, the women's team earned the Donahue Cup with four first-place finishes. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information. No. 3 women’s crew won all four of its races on…

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Softball takes one of three against Amherst, sweeps RPI

Mackenzie Murphy '19 crushed a home run to force extra innings in the first game against Amherst. No. 13 softball (21–6, 6–3 in the NESCAC) took one of three games…

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Captains’ Corner: Lexi Curt ’18

Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Team: Softball Hometown: Moorpark, Calif. Residence: Horn Hall Major: History Snack bar order: Gluten-free pizza What sports did you play as a kid? I played every sport as a…

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Women’s lacrosse splits weekend games, losing to Colby, defeating Skidmore

Kara Wollmers '20 totaled three goals in the loss against Colby and four in the victory against Skidmore. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Women’s lacrosse (6–7, 2–6 in the NESCAC)…

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Women’s track and field falls to MIT in close contest

Victoria Kingham ’18 (#2) finished in the steeplechase with a time of 10:52.44, a performance that will qualify her for Nationals. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Saturday’s Div. III rivalry…

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Athletes of the Week: Julia Cancio ’18 and Jacob Kahrs ’19

Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Julia Cancio ’18 Women's tennis Concord, Mass. “[Julia's] recent match against Amherst was gritty, aggressive, focused and passionate. I would expect nothing else and am…

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Men’s tennis extend its winning streak to seven after defeating Tufts, Trinity

No. 4 men’s tennis (11–2, 4–0 in the NESCAC) extended its winning streak to seven matches, defeating No. 15 Tufts and Trinity last weekend. On Sunday, the Ephs defeated the…

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Former Eph Duncan Robinson competes in NCAA Div. I title game

Duncan Robinson has seen it all. The scattered purple shirts on the sidelines of cozy Chandler Gymnasium in rural New England. The endless sea of maize at Crisler Center in…

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