The Williams Record

Women’s soccer captures third national championship in four years

In Greensboro, N.C., women’s soccer defeated Christopher Newport and Middlebury in the semifinal and finals, respectively, winning their second consecutive NCAA Div. III Championship title. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Alexander Christ December 5, 2018

Women's soccer successfully defended the NCAA Div. III championship, its third in four years. Williams defeated Christopher Newport  (CNU) 2-0 in the semifinals. Then, on Saturday, the women defeated...

Renzie Lamb, hall of fame coach and mentor, passes away at 81

Renzie Lamb leaves behind a legacy of mentorship and excellence. Photo courtesy of Inside Lacrosse.
David Shakirov December 5, 2018

On Nov. 17, Renzie Lamb, a long-time coach, mentor and role model to the College community, passed away. Lamb spent close to 40 years at the College, providing support through his coaching of the men’s...

Wrestling places sixth at the 53rd annual RIT Wrestling Invitational

Brendon Seyfried ’19 competed until the quarterfinals, as the Ephs finished sixth in Rochester, N.Y. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.
Alex Okinaka December 5, 2018

On Saturday, wrestling traveled to Rochester, New York to take part in the 53rd annual RIT Wrestling Invitational. This year’s tournament featured 16 different teams from across the region. Amidst...

Cross country places in top-10 at Div. III National Championship

The No. 7 women’s and No. 12 men’s cross country teams travelled to Oshkosh, Wis. and placed seventh and eighth in the nation, respectively.  Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.

On Nov. 17, men’s and women’s cross country headed to Oshkosh, Wis. for the 2018 NCAA Cross Country Championships. The women placed seventh while the men placed eighth. In the women’s race, Washington...

Athletes of the Week: Olivia Barnhill ’19 and Joey Rosetti ’21

Athletes of the Week: Olivia Barnhill '19 and Joey Rosetti '21
Sports Desk December 5, 2018

Olivia Barnhill '19 Women's soccer  New York, N.Y. “Olivia is the best goalkeeper in Div. III. She does it all, she’s a shot stopper, an organizer, fearless and inspiring. She is an incredible...

Women’s basketball defeats Alfred, falls to Tufts in Holiday Classic

Maggie Meehan '21 led the Ephs with 14 points in the final g ame against Tufts of the Williams Holiday Classic Tournament. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Rebecca Kuo December 5, 2018

Last Friday and Saturday, women’s basketball (4-3) played in the Williams Holiday Classic tournament, defeating Alfred with a lopsided margin of 81-40 before falling to Tufts  67-41. On Friday against...

Football trampled by Amherst Mammoths in season finale

Frank Stola ’21 had 88 receiving yards and two touchdowns as the Ephs fell to the Mammoths 14-45. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.
Joe LaRocca November 14, 2018

In the 133rd annual "Biggest Little Game in America", Amherst opened up a 17-point halftime lead and never looked back, defeating Williams (5-4, 5-4 in the NESCAC) 14-45. The Ephs and Mammoths played...

Men’s soccer falls in first round of NCAA Tournament

Justin Adams ’22 played aggressively, with two shots in the Ephs 1-2 loss in the NCAA first round. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.
Mandela Namaste November 14, 2018

Last Saturday, men’s soccer lost to Elizabethtown 1-2 in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Williams opened the scoring in the contest when Andrew Mathew ’20 launched a throw in 30 yards out...

Women’s soccer advances to NCAA Sweet 16

Sydney Jones ’21 scored the game-winning goal against Stevens Institute of Technology in the 83rd minute to advance the Ephs to the Sweet 16. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.
Alexander Christ November 14, 2018

No. 5 women’s soccer (17-1-2, 9-0-1 in the NESCAC) advanced past the first and second rounds of the NCAA Div. III tournament this weekend, defeating the University of New England 2-0 and mounting a...

James Wang ’12 returns stateside after playing overseas

20 MAR 2010:  Guard James Wang (31) of Williams College attempts to drive past freshman Guard Jerrel Harris (10) of Wisconsin-Stevens Point during the Division III MenÕs Basketball Championship held at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, VA.  Wisconsin-Stevens Point defeated Williams 78-73 to win the national title.  Andres Alonso/NCAA Photos
Sam Mermin November 14, 2018

From 2009 to 2012, James Wang ’12 was an instrumental part of the men’s basketball team’s success, leading the way as a three-time All-American and the fourth leading scorer in Eph history. Six...

2018-19 Winter Sports Preview

2018-19 Winter Sports Preview
Sports Desk November 14, 2018

Men’s Ice Hockey Men’s ice hockey finished 14-11-1 (9-8-1 in the NESCAC) and lost to Trinity in the NESCAC Semifinals, the third trip to the semifinals in the last six seasons. Head Coach Bill Kangas...

Captains’ Corner: Austin Thomas ’19

Captains' Corner: Austin Thomas '19
Tesnim Zekeria November 14, 2018

Austin Thomas '19 Team: Football Hometown: Anaheim, Calif. Residence: Meadow Major: Economics and English Snack bar order: Chicken patty, buffalo chips and honey bun Why the College? I...

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