2018-19 Winter Sports Preview

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 returns after taking a sabbatical last year.

Athletes of the Week

Morgan Richman ’19
Scottsdale, Ariz.  

“Morgan has been an absolute spark plug for our team this year, always bringing a smile and infectious energy to practice each and every day.

Athlete of the Fall

Ryan Cox ’20
Men’s cross country
Bainbridge Island, Wash.  

Ryan Cox ’20 was named The Most Outstanding Performer and accorded First Team All-NESCAC recognition for the fastest time of the day (25:27.8) in the 8k at the 2018 NESCAC Championship.

Amanni Fernandez ’18 takes talents from Eph basketball to Nike

A star on the hardwood, former point guard Amanni Fernandez ’18 saw the countless “swoosh” logos on her teammates and opponents’ feet during her playing career. Little did she know she would one day end up working for Nike, the company that designs shoes for superstars like Lebron James and Neymar.

Football’s comeback falls short at Homecoming game

On Saturday, football’s furious comeback fell just short as Williams (5-3, 5-3 in the NESCAC) fell to Wesleyan 21-14, despite two touchdown passes thrown by Jackson Bischoping ’22  to Frank Stola ’21 in the fourth quarter. Both sides played a tough, gritty defense, which led to just one score – a seven-yard rushing touchdown by Cardinal running back Glenn Smith – in the first half.