Category: Sports

Ephs place every team at NE Champs

It was a historic weekend for Williams Crew at the New England Championships. Women’s Crew raced to medals in every division they competed in, with a gold in the women’s varsity eights and bronze in both JV and novice events.

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Men’s tennis tunes up for NCAA tournament

After huge victories over Amherst and in the NESCAC Tournament the week before, one might have expected the Williams men’s tennis team to rest on their laurels this week against Trinity and MIT.

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Softball team secures ECAC berth

The Williams College women’s softball team earned the number one berth in ECAC tournament after finishing their regular season with a record of 23-10.

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Women’s track takes fourth

Despite an incredibly competitive field, women’s track definitely made their presence felt at the Division III championships, earning a respectable fifth place finish and three National qualifying marks.

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Ephs headed for NCAA Div III Championships

The Williams women’s lacrosse team will make its first appearance in the NCAA tournament this coming Sunday at 1 p.m. on Cole Field when they face the winner of the Ithaca-Trinity game.

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Golf hosts districts at Taconic

Going into last weekend’s NCAA District I Shoot-Out at Taconic Golf Club, the Williams golf team had the upper hand in the competition for bids to Nationals, but needed a good showing to guarantee a spot.

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WRFC squares off vs. Amherst

For the seniors on the Williams rugby team (WRFC), Saturday was the last chance to win a coveted Amherst jersey.

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WWRFC finishes with loss to ’Herst

It was a bittersweet journey as the Lady White Dawgs set off to Amherst with the vision of thirty black and purple jerseys dancing through their minds.

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Women’s lacrosse hegemony

The Williams women’s lacrosse team preserved their perfect record this week, finishing up ranked number two nationally.

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Ephs nail Amherst; split two vs. Trinity

A hot sun and a clear blue sky were on hand to witness Williams baseball dominate NESCAC rival Amherst in a rematch of the first collegiate baseball game ever played with a decisive 9-2 victory at Weston Field on Wednesday.

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