Category: Sports

Wrestlers fall at home

The third-ranked Ephs (16-6) lost to top-ranked Norwich University 28-9 in a showdown between two nationally ranked New England powers.

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Higgins hit b-ball milestone

The fourth-ranked women’s basketball team began their week with a decisive 75-61 victory over the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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Nogelo sets Ephs’ all-time scoring record

Amid rumors of a re-injured foot, senior basketball co-captain Mike Nogelo shot his way into the history books Friday night and became Williams all-time leading scorer.

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Track tunes up for Nationals

With one week to go before the New England Championships, the women’s track team showed that they are still a powerful force in New England with their outstanding performances at the Smith “Last Chance” Invitational.

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Eph Chip Knight to compete at Nagano

Last week, Williams’ Chip Knight ‘00 flew to Nagano, Japan to proudly represent the United States in alpine skiing.

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I.M. Hoops: Tons of Fun

For the past two seasons, there has been a massive force in the IM basketball world. Tons of Fun is a team composed solely of Williams football offensive linemen.

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Ephs curl their way to Wisconsin

This past weekend, eight members of the Williams College Curling Club traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, one of the nation’s few curling hotbeds, to compete in the 1998 College Curling USA National Tournament.

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Men’s B-ball slams Amherst

The past two weeks have seen records come and go for the Williams College Men’s basketball team.

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Men’s hockey oppresses opposition

The Ephs continued their impressive season on the ice over dead week, piling up four wins and a single loss.

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As season closes, men’s squash prepares for tourney

As the men’s squash season draws to a close, the last two weeks have been particularly tough. On January 28, the Ephs challenged a tough Harvard Crimson squad.

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