Women’s crew finished third in the New England Rowing Championships at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
EMMA TENBARGE ’19
Emma TenBarge ’19 was named to the All-NESCAC Second Team last week, after a record-breaking final season for the Ephs. TenBarge, who has a career total of 145 goals, became the first Eph woman to surpass 40 goals in a single season since 2010.
Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Team: Women’s tennis
Hometown: Palm Beach, Fla.
Students tabled for ABS at the Purple Key Fair this year, handing out Oreos and welcoming new students to join the group. Photo courtesy of Ang Vecchiarelli.
SOFIE JONES/SPORTS EDITOR
Sofie and Justin are entrymates in Willy AB, but they truly bonded when they got attacked by wasps during their WOOLF trip. Kenia and Justin met when they were paired as tutorial partners in PSCI 291T: “American Political Events” this spring.
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.