Category: Sports

Fresh Faces on the Field

We asked eight first-year student-athletes to tell us why they chose to attend the College. These were their responses.   Simone Veale '21. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Simone Veale…

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Jake Abrahams ’14 translates sports passion into career

Jake Abrahams ’14 works as an on-site researcher for football and hockey programs at NBC Sports. Photo courtesy of Jake Abrahams. Many Americans consider sports  a cultural cornerstone with a…

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Athletes of the Week: Will Kannegieser ’20 and Alex Bennett ’17

Will Kannegieser '20. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Will Kannegieser '20 Men's golf Minot, Maine “Will had a solid first tournament. He shot an even-par round of 71 in qualifying,…

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Marc Mandel set to coach men’s crew

Marc Mandel will replace Peter Wells ’79 as the head coach of men’s crew this fall. Wells, who coached the Ephs for 35 years, will continue his work with the…

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Men’s soccer opens season with 2-1 victory over Trinity

Bobby Fabricant ’20 assisted on the Ephs’ second goal against Trinity. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. A pair of late first-half goals and solid defending during the last 45 minutes…

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Captains’ Corner: Victoria Kingham ’18

Team:  Victoria Kingham '18. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Women’s cross country Hometown:  New York, N.Y. Residence: Currier House Major: History Snack bar order: Chocolate chip pancakes with no whipped…

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Volleyball drops first three games, sweeps doubleheader on final day of Union Invite

Volleyball (2–3) played five games in its opening week of the season. The women dropped their first three games but rebounded to defeat Skidmore and SUNY Oneonta on Saturday. The…

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Softball wins NESCAC tournament for second straight season

Softball (31–10, 11–1 in the NESCAC West) won three games at the NESCAC Championship last weekend, winning its second straight conference title. The women defeated Trinity 3-2 in extra innings…

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Women’s tennis outlasts Middlebury, takes third consecutive NESCAC title

Women’s tennis defeated Tufts and Middlebury to win its third straight NESCAC Championship. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.   Women’s tennis (15–4, 7–1 in the NESCAC) won its third straight…

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Baseball beats Bates in both bouts

Baseball (19–11, 6–6 in the NESCAC West) swept a doubleheader versus Bates  on Saturday to close its regular season. Both games were tight, low-scoring affairs, and the Ephs prevailed over…

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