Kristi Kirshe ’17, who holds the women’s soccer all-time career scoring record, notched a team-high five tries in six games. Photo courtesy of KLC Fotos.
Matt Karpowicz ’20 dominated inside, finishing with 19 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
In her four years on the team, tri-captain Lexi Jones ’19 has scored 248 points and played in 91 games. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Men’s track and field
Snack bar order:
Chicken tenders, buffalo chips and a mixed berry smoothie
How did you start competing in track and field – and jumping, more specifically? I started my junior year of high school.
Bobby Casey ’19 scored 29 points, including five 3-pointers, on Friday night. Casey is one of three career 1000-point scorers on the team.
No. 13 women’s squash (14–10) finished runner-up at the NESCAC tournament this weekend, falling to Trinity 8-1 in the final after sweeping Hamilton and beating Middlebury 6-3.
“Getting to the final of NESCAC is one of our main goals each season, and I am very happy we achieved our goal,” head coach Zafi Levy ’01 said.
Alan Hirsch and his son Eric Hirsch ’19 have attended Eph basketball games together since 2003 and now serve as NSN commentators. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
No. 18 men’s squash (12–10) secured a surprise second-place finish at the NESCAC Championship this weekend, advancing to the final match with a 5-4 comeback win against Middlebury before falling to No.
Kyle Scadlock ’19 returned from a torn ACL to score 26 points in a Nov. 17 game against Salem State, his first contest in 11 months.
Sonya Jampel ’19 is the captain of women’s Nordic skiing. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Jeff Lifson ’86 celebrates with his wife and son after his horse won the 2017 Kentucky Derby. Photo courtesy of Jeff Lifson.