In the NESCAC Semifinal, women’s basketball gave the undefeated Tufts Jumbos all they could handle but ultimately lost 69-63.
In hopes of better understanding the one-third of student body who actually know what goes on at “lift,” I decided to see if I, an unathletically-inclined Record editor, could walk a day in an athlete’s sweat-soaked shoes. In the words of NARP hero Captain James T. Kirk of Star Trek, I was determined “to boldly go where no [nonner] has gone before.”
No. 4 women’s basketball (18–7) topped No. 5 Trinity (16–9) 65-56 in the NESCAC quarterfinals on Saturday. The women will face No. 1 Tufts in the semifinal round of the conference championship next Saturday, Feb. 29.
Last weekend, men’s swimming and diving won its 18th NESCAC Championship in 20 years, finishing with 1,987.5 points. The men, who served as this year’s hosts, were followed by Tufts in second place with a score of 1,797.5 and Amherst in third with 1,386.5.
On Saturday, men’s hockey (16–7–1, 13–5–0 NESCAC) defeated Amherst (9–11–4, 7–8–3) 5-2. With two goals each, Mac Carso ’23 and Tyler Scott ’21 secured the top seed in the NESCAC Tournament for the Ephs, which begins on Saturday.
STEPHANIE TENG/ THE WILLIAMS RECORD The members of the Figure Skating Club pose for a photo after successfully hosting their annual ice show in Chapman Rink. At 7:25 p.m. on Saturday night, 30 minutes before the start of the Figure Skating Club’s annual ice show, a group of us stood on the boards, watching Maya Huffman ’22 and Jenny Yu ’23 dance across the ice in a synchronized, carefully practiced pattern.
Do you ever wake up at 6:11 a.m. and think about going for a run around the beautiful Berkshires? If your answer is no, then you and I are in the same boat.
Men’s ice hockey (15–6–1, 12–4–0 NESCAC) defeated Middlebury (8–11–3, 6–7–3 NESCAC) 5-3 on Saturday. The eventual game-winning goal came from Niko Karamanis ’22, who scored just 50 seconds into the final frame to increase the score to 4-1.
PHOTO COURTESY OF SARAH GANTT. Student-athletes Rachel Cross ’21 (left) and Sarah Gantt ’23 formed a strong friendship through HalfTime.
PHOTO COURTESY OF SPORTS INFORMATION. On Feb.