Category: Sports

Beyond the mats, Honecker, wrestling team foster family spirit

Honecker (right) has been a source of stability and guidance for the wrestling team, leading the program to its most successful seasons.Photo Courtesy of Sports Information. Wrestling is a unique…

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Women’s ice hockey defeats, ties Trinity in conference matches

Forward Meghan Halloran ’21 scored the Ephs’ first goal in Friday’s 2-1 victory over the Bantams. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information. Women’s ice hockey (10–6–6, 4–5–5 in the NESCAC) hosted…

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Men’s basketball continues five-game winning streak

James Heskett ’19 scored a game high of 31 points in the Ephs’ triumph against the Polar Bears. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Last week, men’s basketball (18-4, 6-2 in…

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Exploring how women’s ice hockey broke the ice to achieve varsity status

Gretchen Howard ’95 (top row, second from the left), Stacey Dufour ’93 (bottom row, fourth from the right) and several former team captains helped women's ice hockey secure its varsity…

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Men’s squash places fourth at NESCAC Championship

Will Means ’20 won his match in the quartefinal win over Colby. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s squash finished fourth in the NESCAC Championship last weekend. The men defeated…

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Captains’ Corner: Nicole Friedman’18

Nicole Friedman '18. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Team: Squash Hometown: Great Neck, N.Y. Residence: Off-campus Major: Psychology Snack bar order: Nachos Why did you decide to play squash at the College? I knew…

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Athletes of the Week: Carl Shuck ’20 and Ananya Mahalingam-Dhingra ’18

Carl Shuck '20 Men's Squash Rye, NY “I did not expect Carl to reach such high level of play as a sophomore. Carl has been playing so well that it…

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Community remembers Matt Stauffer ’96 two decades after his death

The stone sits atop a hill overlooking Cole Field, accompanied by a lone tree amongst the vast sheet of white snow covering the ground. It is rather humble in appearance,…

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Men’s basketball defeats Amherst, St. Joseph’s but falls to Middlebury

Men’s basketball (14–4, 3–2 in the NESCAC) defeated archrival Amherst on Jan. 17 before falling to Middlebury on Saturday. The men bounced back with an emphatic win against St. Joseph’s…

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Women’s squash finishes 3–1 in four matches

Women’s squash (9–8) went 3-1 in four home matches over the weekend. The women defeated Mount Holyoke, George Washington and Franklin and Marshall but fell to Stanford. On Friday, the…

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