Category: Sports

Ephs, get ready for ACC sports

The events of the last week in sports have proved one thing: we’re too good for Division III.

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Nationals are next for several Eph runners

Driven by memories of a disappointing Division III New England Championships and a desire to finish the season with good performances, women’s track put forth a powerful showing at the ECAC Championships.

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Alsdorf, McCue, Stuhlsatz qualify for Nationals

A small group of athletes made the trip to the Haas Athletic Center at Wheaton College for the ECAC Track and Field Championships.

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Sweet 16 here we come

The playoffs began this past week, and the march to the Final Four took on a loud and rambunctious tone as the men’s basketball team defeated first Trinity 89-63, and then Springfield, 82-75.

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Women win ECAC

The Williams women’s basketball team ended their season with a bang, winning their first-ever ECAC Championship and setting a new school record with 23 wins in a season. Tenacious defense and a solid offense provided the power the Ephs needed.

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Club Volleyball heats up vs. USCGA

It was an exciting and competitive weekend for the Williams Men’s Club Volleyball team. Their season progressed with five matches against teams from UMass, Wesleyan, Amherst, UConn, and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.

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Swimmers mount sensational comeback run

For ten straight years the Men’s Swimming and Diving team have been New England champions, but as of Saturday night it looked like that streak was about to broken.

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Men’s basketball reaches NCAAs

The Williams College Men’s Basketball team survived one of their biggest scares of the season.

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Women’s hockey season ends on high note

The women’s ice hockey team ended their season on a high note with a 5-1 win over Connecticut College on Sunday.

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Ephs land top seed at ECACs

Despite having one of their best seasons ever with 20 wins, the women’s basketball team found out early Sunday evening that they were not among the teams that will compete for the NCAA Division III title.

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