Women’s soccer successfully defended the NCAA Div. III championship, its third in four years.
No. 5 women’s soccer (17-1-2, 9-0-1 in the NESCAC) advanced past the first and second rounds of the NCAA Div.
On Cole Field this weekend, No. 2 women’s soccer (15-1-2, 9-0-1 in the NESCAC) edged Tufts 3-2 in the NESCAC Semifinals.
College alums and the nonprofit Prospect Mountain Association (PMA) recently completed their purchase of Prospect Mountain in Woodford, Vt., 21 miles north of Williamstown. This purchase has ensured that the nordic ski team will continue to practice on the mountain.
Last Saturday, men’s and women’s soccer faced Tufts. The women beat the Jumbos 1-0, while the men lost 3-1.
Women’s soccer (11-0-2, 7-0-1 in the NESCAC) swept a doubleheader this weekend, defeating Bowdoin 2-1 on Sunday and Wesleyan 2-1 on Saturday. Against Bowdoin, forward Sarah Scire ’20 scored a goal in each half to lead the women to their 11th victory of the season.
Women’s soccer (8-0-1, 5-0-1 in the NESCAC) defeated Castleton 2-0 and Connecticut College 1-0 this weekend. With these wins, the Ephs continue to lead the NESCAC alongside the undefeated Middlebury team.
Women’s soccer (5-0-1, 3-0-1 in the NESCAC) played two conference matches over the weekend, beating Bates 3-0 and tying Amherst in double overtime. On Sunday at Bates, Georgia Lord ’21 scored the game-winner at 3:55 after a failed clearance by the Bobcats, leaving the ball perfectly placed at the edge of the penalty box.
Women’s soccer (5-0, 3-0 in the NESCAC) extended its win streak to five by shutting out Springfield and Colby over the weekend. Against Springfield, Victoria Laino ’21 scored the game winner at 51:57 after Sarah Kelly ’20 sent a beautiful pass from 20 yards outside the penalty box to within five yards of the goal.