Women’s basketball is one of the few surviving JV teams on campus, following the cancellation of the majority of teams in the last two decades. Photo courtesy of Williams Athletics.
Running back Joel Nicholas ’23 scored two touchdowns in Saturday’s game against Bowdoin, rushing for a total of 104 yards. (Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.)
Five first-half touchdowns carried football (2–1) to a 41-10 win over Bowdoin (0–3) in its second home game of the season.
Esports, or competitive video gaming, have skyrocketed in popularity over the past decade, with more gamers than ever flooding the industry’s tournaments. Many students on campus have joined the craze, competing against each other and teams from other colleges.
Jack Consenstein ’20, a member of the men’s nordic ski team, ran the 5k alongside Eph cross country. (William Newton/The Williams Record.)
On Saturday, men’s and women’s cross country competed in the the Purple Valley Classic at Mount Greylock Regional High School.
(Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.)
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The men’s rugby club team is 1–2 this season after beating Union but falling to Siena and Amherst. (Rebecca Tauber/The Williams Record.)
Last Saturday, three Eph teams stared down the Amherst Mammoths at the same time on home turf at Cole Field: women’s soccer, men’s soccer and men’s rugby.
Kris Dufour (right), who has hosted the Williams College Football Show for 15 years, welcomes head coach Mark Raymond to discuss game highlights.(Photo Courtesy of WilliNet.)
Hidden away behind the glass doors of Spring Street, next to where Mad Macs used to stand, are the WilliNet TV studios, home of Williamstown’s very own community TV network.
WilliNet’s programming ranges from recaps of community meetings to art and musical showcases. Two of their most consistent and beloved series, however, are the Williams College Football Show and Williams College Basketball Show, hosted by members of the College community.
Jake Jacobson ’82 uses a paramobile to golf. The machine transitions him safely from seated to standing and supports him as he takes a swing.
On Friday, volleyball (8–3, 1–0 in the NESCAC) defeated Trinity (4–4, 0–1 in the NESCAC) in three sets and fell to Roger Williams the next day in a tough five-set match. In the first set against the Bantams, the Ephs jumped out to an early 7-1 lead behind the serving of Lydia Kurtz ’22.
Around 200 students have volunteered at the organic-practicing Peace Valley Farm in Williamstown since the early 1990s. (Photo courtesy of Marco Vallejos.)
When Marco Vallejos ’20 walks into breakfast at Mission dining hall, he sees familiar “faces” — not a friend or a staff member, but the potatoes he recently dug up at Peace Valley Farm that are now turned into golden homefries.
Emma Ticknor ’20 scored her third goal of the season during Saturday’s game against St. John Fisher, securing a 4-0 victory.