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After running her fourth Boston Marathon, Jessica Chapman poses for a picture with her daughter, Mia. (Photo courtesy of Jessica Chapman.)

Members of College community participate in historic, hybrid Boston Marathon

Kent Barbir and Sam Coyle October 20, 2021
Canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Boston Marathon returned in 2021, albeit with a slew of pandemic-induced changes and precautions. This included a six-month delay of the race from April to October, opening up the possibility for members of the College community to take advantage of the reading period break to attend.
For fourth year, Octet takes the field at Yankee Stadium

For fourth year, Octet takes the field at Yankee Stadium

Jordan Furtak October 20, 2021
The Williams Octet performed the national anthem on the big screen at Yankee Stadium in Sept. 22. While they performed virtually this year, they have performed live at a Yankees home game nearly every year since 2017.
Captain’s Corner: Jo Kim ’22

Captain’s Corner: Jo Kim ’22

Chisang Moon October 20, 2021
The Record checks in with women's golf captain Jo Kim.
Women’s golf won its home invitational after first-day hiccups, breaking the single-day invitational and course records in the process. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Women’s golf shoots record-breaking 590 to win home invitational after 2nd-place start

Joanna Kim, Sports Information October 6, 2021
In a record-breaking weekend at the 50th annual Williams Golf Invitational, women’s golf made a 10-stroke surge on the second day of the tournament to take home the first-place trophy.
Coach’s Corner: Pete Farwell ʼ73, cross country

Coach’s Corner: Pete Farwell ʼ73, cross country

Kent Barbir October 6, 2021

The Record publishes “Coach’s Corner” interviews to give readers the chance to get to know the coaches of their favorite Eph teams. This week, we checked in with Pete Farwell ʼ73, head coach...

Football continued its undefeated start to the season with a resounding victory away at Bowdoin. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Football maintains perfect record with win over Bowdoin

Joe LaRocca, Sports Information October 6, 2021
Football (3–0) cruised to a 28-3 victory over Bowdoin (0–3) on its home turf on Saturday.
Olivia Dabinett ʼ25 spent her gap year playing soccer in Spain. (Photo courtesy of Olivia Dabinett).

First-year athletes reflect on gap year experiences

Kent Barbir September 29, 2021
The Record spoke with a few gap year athletes about their decision to defer their attendance, how they kept up with their sport, and the transition to life and athletics at the College.
Field hockey falls to Trinity, defeats Montclair State

Field hockey falls to Trinity, defeats Montclair State

Noah Poll, Sports Information September 29, 2021
After suffering their first loss on home turf, field hockey bounced back to defeat Montclair State University away at Sprague Field.
Men’s soccer bounces back after last-minute loss with NESCAC win against Trinity

Men’s soccer bounces back after last-minute loss with NESCAC win against Trinity

Martin Gonzalez, Sports Information September 29, 2021
After suffering a last-minute loss to Springfield College, men's soccer defeated Trinity College for their first NESCAC win of the season.
Athletes on the volleyball team must remain fully masked at all times during practices and games, both of which occur indoors. (Marit Hoyem/The Williams Record)

Athletic teams return to NESCAC play with COVID-19 precautions

Katherine Yang September 22, 2021
After a quiet last fall and restricted spring, Eph athletics have returned to full conference play. In order to protect the public health of the community, the NESCAC released a series of guidelines detailing COVID-19 protocols for the new fall season.
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Fall season outlook: A preview of the upcoming sports season

Alice Qu September 22, 2021
After an unprecedented year of canceled athletic competitions, socially distanced practices, and reduced on-campus rosters due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fall sports have returned to competition in full force.
Photo courtesy of Sports Information.

Captain’s Corner: Hamza Mankor ’22

Justin Zen September 22, 2021
The Record checks in with men's cross country captain Hamza Mankor.
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