Nate Munson-Palomba ’21 looks to score upfield after catching an under during WUFO’s home tournament at Cole Field last weekend. Photo courtesy of Barron Koralesky.
The women’s crew team, including their members pictured above, traveled to Myrtle Beach, S.C., to train over spring break. Photo courtesy of Eph Rowing.
Athletics’ travel coordinator and team scheduler Tammy Wright is in her 29th year at the College. Aniah Price/Photo Editor. In her official job at the College, Tammy Wright keeps Eph athletics moving from her third floor Lasell office.
Isaac Freitas-Eagan ’22 was one of only three first-year skiers in the region to qualify for NCAAs. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Briana Scurry, a two-time Olympic gold medal-winning goalkeeper for the U.S. women’s national soccer team (USWNT), gave a talk at the College on Feb. 26, discussing her landmark career, the fight for women’s equality in professional soccer and her current work educating the public about the dangers of concussions.
Scurry spoke to a crowded Paresky Auditorium of students and Williamstown residents.
Nordic skiing updates fans on its latest practice runs and team travels at Ephnordic.blogspot.com. The team also has a Facebook and Instagram.
The women won NESCACs with 1873 points, taking their sixth consecutive win and 18th victory in the meet’s 19-year history. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Men’s track and field
Snack bar order:
Chicken tenders, buffalo chips and a mixed berry smoothie
How did you start competing in track and field – and jumping, more specifically? I started my junior year of high school.
Driscoll newly offers nutritionally-balanced meals, available at dinners Monday through Friday and at lunches on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. SABRINE BRISMEUR/PHOTO EDITOR
A new initiative at Driscoll, “Training Wise,” is designed to help active students eat nutritionally-balanced and well-portioned meals.
Alan Hirsch and his son Eric Hirsch ’19 have attended Eph basketball games together since 2003 and now serve as NSN commentators. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.