Category: Sports

Women’s lacrosse starts with six big wins

On Saturday, the Williams Women’s Lacrosse team tallied their sixth consecutive victory as they defeated Tufts University by a score of 15-7.

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Eph hockey gets short end of stick

The New England Small Colleges Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has worked hard to establish itself over the years as an academically oriented conference made up of teams that also excel at the pinnacle of Division III sports.

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Ephs return to Div. III Final Four

With two decisive victories, the Williams college men’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four, to be held in Salem, Virginia next weekend.

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Women swimmers take fourth

With six first place finishes, three second place showings and about a dozen top ten placings the Williams Women’s Swimming and Diving team showed its strength at the Division III National Championships hosted by Principia College.

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Track stars shine at Nat’l races

Despite a small contingent of three, the men’s and women’s tracksters exploded with incredible performances at the NCAA Indoor Championships and came away with two All-American honorees.

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Cow Cyclists battle snow, wind; dominate Rutgers weekend

Despite rain, snow and gusting wind, the cycling team finished the first race weekend of the season with an impressive showing at Rutgers.

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Gettin’ some in the sun

Starting Friday, Williamstown will become a much quieter place for the two weeks of spring break.

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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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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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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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