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Katie Lu, Sports Editor

Katie Lu '25 is a prospective political science and psychology major from New York, N.Y. She is a section editor for sports.

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This weekend, the mens tennis team will host NCAA Div. III Regionals at the College.

Men’s tennis defeats Amherst, falls to Bowdoin, looks towards NCAA Div. III Regionals

Katie Lu May 2, 2023
The men’s tennis team (14-4, 8-2 NESCAC) suffered a 5-2 loss to Bowdoin (15-4, 8-2 NESCAC) in the NESCAC Semifinals at home on Saturday. The Ephs received a Pool C bid from the NCAA selection committee to play in the national tournament.
The womens lacrosse team was on a 10-game win streak until it fell to the Amherst Mammoths. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Women’s lacrosse ends 10-game win streak with one-point losses to Amherst and Tufts

Katie Lu April 18, 2023
This weekend, the women’s lacrosse team (10- 3, 5-3 in the NESCAC) squared off against the Amherst Mammoths (9-3, 5-3 in the NESCAC) and the Tufts Jumbos (10-3, 6-2 in the NESCAC). Following a streak of 10 consecutive wins, the Ephs suffered an 11-10 loss to the Mammoths and a 7-6 loss to the Jumbos.
Cole Prowitt-Smith refers to NESCAC wins as season highlights. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s basketball falls to Saint Joseph in second-round NCAA matchup, reflects on season

Katie Lu March 8, 2023
The University of Saint Joseph Blue Jays (28-1) defeat- ed the Ephs (23-5, 7-3 in NESCAC) 75-54 in the second round of NCAA Div. III Tournament on Saturday, concluding the Ephs’ 2022-23 season.
The men’s swim and dive team won the NESCAC championship. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Winter Playoff Picture: Week Two

Katie Lu and Noor Naseer February 22, 2023
Men's swim and dive won the NESCAC championship, women's squash ended their season ranked 14th in the nation, and men's and women's basketball advanced to the NESCAC semifinals.
Members of the College’s Chinese community detailed to the Record their experiences with Chinas Zero-COVID policy and its recent rollback. (Ashley Shan/The Williams Record)

Members of the College’s Chinese community describe experiences under China’s Zero-COVID policy

Katie Lu January 25, 2023
In December 2022, China began to roll back its COVID-19 restrictions, moving away from mass P.C.R. testing in areas not considered “high risk” and relaxing quarantine and isolation requirements for symptomatic individuals and international travelers.
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