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Payton Ahola, Staff Writer

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Football, men’s and women’s cross country win NESCACs

Football, men’s and women’s cross country win NESCACs

November 17, 2021
Women’s cross country, men’s cross country, and football all ended their seasons with NESCAC championship titles, beating out their conference rivals and, in football’s case, going undefeated with a 9–0 record. Women’s and men’s cross country won NCAA Regionals and qualified for NCAA Nationals from there. They will compete this weekend.
Alyssa Clark ’15 breaks world record by running 95 marathons in 95 days

Alyssa Clark ’15 breaks world record by running 95 marathons in 95 days

November 10, 2021
Alyssa Clark broke the world record for consecutive marathons by running 95 marathons in 95 days, only stopping upon contracting COVID after Day 95.
Ephs claim two NESCAC titles and three bids to the NCAA tournament

Ephs claim two NESCAC titles and three bids to the NCAA tournament

May 19, 2021
Eph sports have gained several achievements this spring season, with men’s tennis and men’s crew claiming NESCAC titles, as well as men’s and women’s tennis and women’s golf earning bids to the NCAA Div. III tournament.
Coaches such as softballs Kris Herman are looking forward to a restricted yet long awaited spring season. (Photo Courtesy of Sports Information)

Spring coaches share enthusiasm and goals for upcoming season

April 7, 2021
This weekend, Ephs returned to the field for their first NESCAC competitions in over a year. While this spring season will most certainly be untraditional, the opportunity to play and compete again has been greeted with enthusiasm from coaches and players alike.
With COVID-19 restrictions and limited numbers on campus, coaches have had to adjust their approach to training.

Fall coaches make the most of COVID-restricted fall

February 24, 2021
Last June, President Maud S. Mandel announced that the College’s fall sports teams would not compete during the fall semester. Fall coaches subsequently had to make major adjustments to their usual practice and game routines. 
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