Nate Munson-Palomba ’21 looks to score upfield after catching an under during WUFO’s home tournament at Cole Field last weekend. Photo courtesy of Barron Koralesky.
Emma TenBarge ’19 has scooped up 24 groundballs and a team-high 62 draw controls this season. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Brendan Hoffman ’20 scored twice in Saturday’s win over Amherst. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
The women’s crew team, including their members pictured above, traveled to Myrtle Beach, S.C., to train over spring break. Photo courtesy of Eph Rowing.
Jessica Kim ’19 is one of two softball captains. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
In his job as a custodian, Andy Briggs works to make Pratt a home away from home for first-year residents. Aniah Price/Photo Editor.
Athletics’ travel coordinator and team scheduler Tammy Wright is in her 29th year at the College. Aniah Price/Photo Editor. In her official job at the College, Tammy Wright keeps Eph athletics moving from her third floor Lasell office.
It takes a lot of behind-the-scenes preparation to get facilities ready for Eph sports teams to shine. The groundskeeping staff work day and night, rain or shine to make sure the College’s fields, courts and rink are in top shape.
The women won their first NCAA championship since 2007 last weekend, with eight competitors earning All-America honors. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Hao.
Goaltender Chloe Heiting ’22 saved 32 of 33 shots against Norwich in last Wednesday’s first-round victory. Photo courtesy of Gabe Dickens.
In a thrilling weekend of NCAA tournament games in Clinton, N.Y., No. 19 men’s basketball (23–7, 6–4 in the NESCAC) knocked off No.