Category: Sports

Crew heads across Atlantic over summer

Last June, while the rest of the Williams student body was busy enjoying the first weeks of summer vacation, the Men’s Crew team was undergoing three weeks of strenuous training in preparation for the Henley Royal Regatta.

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Rugby cleans up in Boston

The Williams Women’s Rugby Football Club took the 1998 Beantown Rugby Tournament by storm this weekend, handily defeating every opposing team.

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Golf team places high in opener

The Williams College men’s golf team place second ysterday in the two day 1998 Duke Nelson Tournament on Ralph Myhre Golf Course at Middlebury College.

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Hamilton, Westfield State no match for the Ephs

In an intense and hard-fought match, the Williams College men’s soccer team defeated the Hamilton College Eagles 3-0 in Hamilton, New York.

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Football poised to top last season’s success

Coming off of an impressive 7-1 season last fall, the Williams football team is ready to improve on last year’s success.

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Women’s soccer sweeps two

The Williams women’s soccer team began their ECAC title defense with consecutive wins, beating Plymouth State 3-1 and shutting out Vassar 1-0.

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Women’s volleyball wins own invite

The Williams Volleyball team ended the 1998 Williams Invitational this Saturday the same way they began on Friday - by winning their match.

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Field hockey pulls off OT win — Ephs take Clark College to sudden-death

The sun was shining as the Williams field hockey team began their season last Saturday on a positive note. Despite the loss of five starters, including All-American defenseman Lauren Gioia, the Ephs proved their ability and defeated Clark College in overtime.

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The Williams Record Women’s Athlete of the Year

Elizabeth Smith ’00

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Men’s tennis remains undefeated; heads to NCAA Final Four

Going into this weekend’s Round of 16 at Amherst, the mens’ tennis team, ranked number one in the East Region, was well aware of the challenges it would be facing.

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