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Daniel Okstein

Daniel Okstein '26  is a prospective history major from Sharon, Mass. He is a staff writer for the sports section.

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The Ephs defeated Smith in their three-game win streak to start the season (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Women’s lacrosse enjoys early success, looks ahead to season

Daniel Okstein March 15, 2023
This past weekend, women’s lacrosse (3-1, 1-1 in the NESCAC) continued its three-game win streak, defeating seventh-ranked Colby (0-3, 0-2 in the NESCAC) 10-8.
Molly FitzGibbons took third in the 3000m at the Tufts Qualifier. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Women’s track and field excels after sweeping New Englands, looks towards Nationals

Daniel Okstein March 8, 2023
13 members of the women's track and field team have qualified for the 2023 NCAA Div. III Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships, to be held March 10-11 in Birmingham, Ala.
Kelly McCarthy 23.5, co-captain of womens ice hockey. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Captain’s Corner: Kelly McCarthy ’23

Daniel Okstein March 1, 2023
The Record checked in with women's ice hockey captain Kelly McCarthy '23.
Chloe Aust ’25 skis into a top 20 finish for her event at the Harvard Carnival giant slalom. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Ski teams look to channel recent momentum for upcoming Winter Carnival race

Daniel Okstein February 15, 2023
This weekend the Williams Alpine and Nordic ski teams, ranked number 8 overall in the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA), will host the Williams Carnival. This is the fifth carnival of this year’s EISA collegiate circuit and the first home competition during the College’s Winter Carnival weekend since 2020. 
On the heels of a victorious regular season, women’s soccer clinched a NESCAC playoff spot. (Photos courtesy of Olivia Dabinett)

Women’s soccer finds regular season success, looks to playoffs

Daniel Okstein and Kitt Urdang October 26, 2022
The women’s soccer team (10–3–2, 7–2–1 NESCAC) is sitting in second place ahead of NESCAC playoffs after notching regular season wins against skilled rivals, including Tufts, Bowdoin, and Amherst.
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