Season Recaps

Men’s cross-country: Top of NESCAC, third at NCAA

For the first time since 2016, men’s cross-country has won the NESCAC championship, with seven Ephs, all of whom won All-NESCAC Honors, finishing in the top 11 runners. After that, the Ephs continued their winning streak at the New England Regional, tallying 24 points and earning an automatic berth to NCAA, where they finished third with a team score of 183.

2018-19 Winter Sports Preview

Men’s Ice Hockey
Men’s ice hockey finished 14-11-1 (9-8-1 in the NESCAC) and lost to Trinity in the NESCAC Semifinals, the third trip to the semifinals in the last six seasons. Head Coach Bill Kangas returns after taking a sabbatical last year.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Ava Palmo ’19 and Sydney Jones ’21

Ava Palmo ’19
Women’s crew
Austin, Texas
“Ava is the heart of her boat and of the team, really.  She commits to bringing her best to every practice and is a ferocious racer.  But beyond that, she is the consummate teammate who cares deeply for the sport and the lessons that it imparts.”
– Head coach Kate Maloney
 

Sydney Jones ’21
Women’s soccer
Boca Raton, Fla. “Sydney made a difficult finish look easy.  Her ability to score goals at important times combined with her consistent work rate off the ball to create opportunities for us on Saturday was a huge reason for the positive result versus Tufts.”
– Head coach Michelyne Pinard