In 2018, Sean Gleeson ’07 led the Princeton offense to a FCS-best 470 points en route to an undefeated season and an Ivy League title. Photo courtesy of Princeton Sports Information.
Rebecca Kuo ’22 and Aiden Feurer ’22 founded Williams College Cinematics, a videography club. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
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.
A board in Lasell invites students to share the “elephants in my room,” or experiences that go unspoken. William Newton/Productions Manager.
A March 28 report released by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy ’96 of Connecticut criticized “the college sports industrial complex,” calling on the NCAA to pay student-athletes. “The NCAA must start putting the players first – that starts with finding a way to fairly compensate them for their labor,” the report, titled “Madness, Inc.: How everyone is getting rich off college sports — except the players,” reads.
Lisa Melendy, the College’s athletic director, said she has “a different take” on the issue.
The Ephs traveled to Florida for spring break and compiled a 12-1 record to start their season. The men upset No.
Duncan Robinson signed a two-year standard contract with the Miami Heat on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of the NBA. Down one point with less than a minute remaining, amidst the buzz of a rowdy Hampden-Sydney crowd on Jan.
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.