Category: Sports

No. 7 field hockey falls to No. 17 Trinity 3-2 in NESCAC semifinals

Libby Dolan ’19 led the team with 17 goals this season. She also recorded five assists for 39 total points. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. No. 7 field hockey (12–5,…

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‘Record’ Editors Green, Greenberg take to the greens

With the impending turnover of the Record editorial board, Executive Editor Michael Green ’18 and Managing Editor Jack Brent Greenberg ’18 were in search of a new way to occupy…

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Monti prepares to lead men’s ice hockey as interim head coach

For the first time since the 1988-89 season, this season someone other than Bill Kangas will lead the College’s men’s ice hockey team. With Kangas taking a sabbatical for the…

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Athletes of the Week: Alison Lu and William McGovern

Alison Lu '20 Women's soccer Palo Alto, Calif. “Alison is a dynamic finisher.  She’s a natural in front of the goal because she is so good with the ball at…

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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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Captains’ Corner: Chris Hattar ’18

Team: Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Football Hometown: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Residence: Hoxsey Street Major: English Snack bar order: Bagel supreme and Egg McWilliams   When and why did you start…

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Volleyball drops NESCAC quarterfinal match to Wesleyan 3-0

Opposite hitter Morgan Richman ’19 had 50 kills, 65.0 points and 115 digs for volleyball this season. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Volleyball (11–12, 5–5 in the NESCAC) fell 3-0…

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XC runners compete at USATF New Englands

On Sunday, 11 women’s and 16 men’s cross country runners took to the historic Franklin Park course in Boston for the USA Track & Field (USATF) New England Championships. As…

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No. 4 women’s cross country wins third consecutive NESCAC title

Women’s cross country captured its third straight NESCAC title at Bates on Saturday. Tri-captain Victoria Kingham ’18 came in second overall as the women scored 62 points. Middlebury finished second…

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No. 7 field hockey beats No. 14 Amherst in NESCAC tournament

No. 8 field hockey (12–4, 6–4 in the NESCAC) defeated Amherst 4-2 on Saturday in the first round of the NESCAC tournament. On Farley-Lamb Field, the day began with a…

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