Category: Sports

Swim and dive teams host MIT and NYU in tri-meet

Men’s and women’s swimming and diving hosted MIT and NYU for a tri-meet on Friday. No. 5 women’s swimming and diving defeated both teams, but No. 18 men’s swimming and…

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Athletes discuss challenges, rewards of playing multiple sports

Kristina Alvarado ’19 throws the ball in from center field Ian Kagame ’19 clears the high jump bar in last spring’s Springfield Invitational. “Jack of all trades, master of none”…

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Fernandez reaches 1000 points, but women’s basketball falls twice

Although tri-captain Amanni Fernandez ’18 scored her 1000th point on Saturday, women’s basketball (10–8, 2–3 in the NESCAC) dropped games to No. 1 Amherst and Middlebury last week. On Saturday,…

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Athletes of the Week: James Heskett and Jamie Lovette

James Heskett ’19 Men's basketball Cincinnati, Ohio “James has been a pleasure to watch develop this season. His versatility, size and unique skill level makes him a dynamic player on both…

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Women’s ice hockey moves to 9–4–5 on the season after four games last week

Women’s ice hockey (9–4–5, 3–3–4 in the NESCAC) recorded a win, a loss and two ties last week. Yesterday, the women tied Saint Anselm 1-1 in an away game. Gabi…

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No. 6 women’s soccer wins second NCAA title in three years

Just two years after winning its first national title, No. 6 women’s soccer (22–1–1, 8–1–1 in the NESCAC) once again returned from the NCAA Final Four weekend holding the championship…

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No. 3 men’s basketball falls to Wesleyan after opening season with five wins

No. 3 men’s basketball (5–1) fell to Wesleyan 72-67 in overtime on Saturday after opening its season with five straight wins. In a defensive battle in Chandler Gymnasium, the Cardinals…

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Athletes of the Week: Natasha Albaneze and Kyle Scadlock

Natasha Albeneze ’18 Women's soccer Northport, N.Y. “It was wonderful to see Tash playing some of the most inspired and confident soccer of her Williams career in the last few…

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After 40 years of coaching, Pete Farwell to be inducted into USTFCCCA Hall of Fame

Pete Farwell ’73, who began coaching at the College in 1978, will become a Hall of Famer on Dec. 13. Danny Jin/Sports Editor. Pete Farwell ’73 arrived at the College…

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Men’s, women’s swimming and diving drop meet to Div. I Boston College

Co-captain Emma Waddell ’18 placed second in the 100 freestyle. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. No. 12 men’s swimming and diving (2–1) and No. 3 women’s swimming and diving (2–1)…

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