An overtime goal from forward Avery Dunn ’21 on Saturday secured the women’s first-ever regular season sweep of Middlebury. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Olivia Barnhill ’19
New York, N.Y.
“Olivia is the best goalkeeper in Div. III.
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.
Liz Webber ’20
Natick, Mass. “We’ve asked [Liz] to be more aggressive and defend higher and as a result she is defending as well as I’ve ever seen her defend.
Ava Palmo ’19
“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
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
Chris Fleischer ’20
Bethesda, Md. “[Chris] continues to be one of our hardest workers and best possession players.
Emma Herrmann ’20
Women’s cross country
Northville, Mich. “Emma built the volume of her training this summer and it is paying off, especially in how strong she was on the hills in the Saratoga course and how she passed so many in the later stages of the race.
Last Saturday, women’s and men’s cross country placed second at the Purple Valley Classic. 13 teams travelled from as far as Ohio to compete in the annual invitational.
Aaron Schein ’19
New York, N.Y.
“Aaron has been a huge part of our early season success. Aside from being a steady presence in the back, he’s made some spectacular saves when matches have hung in the balance.
Sam Goldenring ’20
FLORHAM PARK, N.J.
“Sam had a very nice summer of golf, and it has carried into the fall season here at Williams. He has worked very hard at all aspects of his game, and it shows. This past weekend at Middlebury, he simply outplayed the field, making good decisions and staying positive when some breaks did not go his way.”
– Head coach Josh Hillman
Andrew Schreibstein ’22
Longmeadow, Mass. “I was very impressed with Andrew’s performance. In his first collegiate game, he was exceptional. It is very difficult to handle of the kicking and punting duties, and Andrew did it remarkably well.”
– Head coach Mark Raymond