Category: Sports

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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Track teams fight Div I competitors

Not many things intimidate the Williams College Men’s Track and Field team, not even the best athletes that New England’s Division I schools can throw at them.

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Tasse victorious in giant slalom at Middlebury

The members of the Williams College Ski Team finished out their season in style at the EISA Championship races held at Middlebury this past weekend.

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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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Men’s squash finishes seventh in the nation

At the beginning of this season, the men’s squash team had two goals: avenge last years defeat at the hands of Dartmouth, and qualify for the top division at the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association national team tournament at Princeton.

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Men’s hockey finishes season with decisive win

The men’s ice hockey team bolstered their chances for a bid to the NCAA Division III championship tournament with strong efforts against Holy Cross and Connecticut College.

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A look at the alpine ski team

The first impression I got of the Williams alpine ski team when I stood shivering at the finish line of Moogano’s Giant Slalom course Sunday, aside from a sort of inquisitive wonder at whether or not they enjoyed squeezing into their black and magenta racing tights, was, “wow... they really are fast.”

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Williams Winter Carnival showcases Eph skiing talent

The Williams Nordic ski team raced bravely through slush and powder this past weekend, furthering the hopes of several Williams skiers of making the NCAA championships.

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Alpine events dominated by the Big Green

Those brave enough to dodge Jiminy Peak skiers on their way up to the spectator area of the slalom and giant slalom courses caught a glimpse of some of the best collegiate ski racers in the country this past weekend.

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Men’s track captures New England’s

When Tri-Captain and leading point scorer, Derek Sasaki-Scanlon ’98 plunged from the air and fell into the sand clutching his leg during the long jump competition early Saturday, things looked very grim for the Williams College Men’s Track and Field Team.

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