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Williams Women's Tennis Wins 7th NCAA Title in Eight Years
08:06PM / Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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MASON, Ohio – In a clash of NCAA Division III women's tennis titans it was only fitting that it would take just under five hours to find a difference between the No. 1 ranked Ephs of Williams College and No. 2 ranked Eagles of Emory University.   Eph sophomore Linda Shin prevailed in three sets at number two singles to give Williams a 5-4 win over Emory and its seventh NCAA title in the last eight years under head coach Alison Swain '01. Since 2001 when Williams won its first NCAA title Emory and Williams have combined to win 14 of the last 15 NCAA titles. Williams has won a Division III record nine titles, including a record six in a row, and in that time Emory won five.

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iBerkshires.com Shows Promise with Bats
07:55PM / Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- It was another fun week for Williamstown Rookie baseball, with iBerkshires.com playing games home and away.   The week started with The Clark hosting iBerkshires.com in Rookie baseball on May 14 at Bud Anderson Field. Both teams had strong defense, with The Clark recording three outs in the top of the second.   Third base was especially strong, with outs made by Caelan Briggs and Alex Boyer from The Clark, and Akosh Olchvary and Polly Rhie from iBerkshires.com.   On Saturday, May 17, a short-handed iBerkshires.com team traveled to Lanesborough's Bridge Street field to play Wichmann Plumbing. In the bottom of the first, iBerkshires let up only one

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Williams Women's Tennis Sets NCAA Semi-Final Date With Amherst
11:15PM / Monday, May 18, 2015
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MASON, Ohio -- The Williams College women's tennis team (23-0) downed DePauw University (17-9) 5-0 in an NCAA Quarterfinal match this morning.   With the win the Ephs extended their overall win streak to 24, after concluding last season in the NCAA third place match with a win over Johns Hopkins. The loss drops DePauw to 17-9 on the year and concludes the Tigers' season.   The match began at 8 a.m. and twice during doubles play was halted when a light rain fell. The first rain delay lasted 28 minutes and the second one lasted 22 minutes.   At one doubles the Eph tandem of Julia Cancio and Mia Gancayco were the first off the court, posting an 8-2 win over DePauw's

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Clarksburg's DeSanty Reflects on Williams' Golf National Title
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
11:24PM / Saturday, May 16, 2015
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CLARKSBURG, Mass. — For Clarksburg native and former Williams golf coach Erika DeSanty, it was a moment six years in the making and one she'll never forget.   "I was watching them finish [Friday's NCAA Division III women's golf championship] on television, and as we see the team gather, they realize they've won, Sophie Kitchen has just signed her card and you see Shelby [Shote] grab her phone," DeSanty said on Saturday. "I look at my phone, and it says, 'We did it.'"   Shote, a senior captain, and her Williams College teammates on Friday did something no other Williams squad has done, winning a women's golf national title in

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Cangelosi Shines in Two Wins for Williamstown Police
10:41PM / Saturday, May 16, 2015
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Joshua Polumbo had three hits and three RBIs to lead the Williamstown Police to a 21-6 win over Krispy Cone in Cal Ripken League play.   Seth Farnsworth, Thomas Martin and Jack Cangelosi each had two hits and two RBIs as the Williamstown Police improved to 3-0.   Xander Axt earned the win on the mound with five strikeouts. Jack Gitterman relieved Axt on the hill.   Cangelosi pitched 5-2/3 innings and had the game-winning hit in Williamstown Police's next win, a 5-4, come-from-behind victory over Adams Community Bank.   Polumbo finished the game on the mound, and Will McDonough had a strong game in right field.   Derek Paris had two hits to

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Williams Women's Golf Wins National Title
10:44PM / Friday, May 15, 2015
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HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. — The Williams College women's golf team ran away from the field Friday to capture its the 2015 NCAA Div. III Championship — its first national title in only the program's 11th year of existence.    The Ephs held a six-stroke lead heading into the final 18 holes and second-place Washington University-St. Louis immediately cut that to three strokes early in the day, but it could not keep pace with Williams, which collectively had the best round of the day at 25-over par 313.    Williams wound up winning the championship by 18 strokes over second-place Wittenberg College after rounds of 319-322-309-313 for a four-day total of

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Williams Women's Golf Takes Lead into NCAA Final Round
10:37PM / Thursday, May 14, 2015
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HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. – On the first day of the 2015 NCAA Women's Division III Golf Championships, play was interrupted by a 2-hour and 13-minute lightning delay, but on Thursday the Williams College women's golf team displayed its own lightning and went from six shots down at the turn to a six-shot lead heading into Friday's's fourth and final round.   "The back nine was pretty amazing," said Eph head coach Bill Kangas. "The kids felt they missed some opportunities on the front, but they didn't miss them on the back. Best part of the back nine was that everyone played well. It's something we can build on for tomorrow. We just have to go

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Williamstown Police Team Moves to 2-1 on Year
07:11AM / Sunday, May 10, 2015
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Oscar Low pitched a complete game with 7 strikeouts to lead Williamstown Police over Lee Hardware, 14-3, on Saturday.   The victory allowed Police to improve to 2-1 on the season.   Low led the way at the plate as well with two hits and two RBIs. Sawyer Smith added a double and made the play of the day with an acrobatic catch in right field to save two runs.   Williamstown Police got its first win of the year with a comeback victory over Adams Community Bank.   Oscar Low and John Skavlem both each had two hits for Police and Low drove in two runs. Josh Polumbo pitched four strong innings, striking out eight. Jack Cangelosi pitched a scoreless fifth and sixth to pick up

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Williams Women's Tennis, Softball Advance at NCAAs
08:13PM / Saturday, May 09, 2015
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Williams College women's tennis team defeated Endicott, 5-0, in the Ephs' NCAA Division III tournament opener on Saturday.   Williams advanced to a Sunday noon meeting with Skidmore College in the tournament's third round.   After the Ephs swept the doubles competition with relative ease, No. 1 Maria Pylypiv and No. 3 Linda Shin earned singles points with 6-0, 6-0 victories to make the other two singles matches irrelevant.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass/ — Emma Harrington hurled a three-hit shutoutin her third complete-game effort in 24 hours Saturday afternoon as the Williams College softball team eked out a 1-0 win over

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Williams Softball Tops MCLA in NCAA Playoff Opener
09:16PM / Friday, May 08, 2015
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Williams College softball team belted 11 hits, and Eph pitchers held MCLA to just one hit as they defeated the Trailblazers, 10-0, in a game called after five innings in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Softball championships on Friday.   With the win, the Ephs (31-7) advance to the winner's bracket and face WPI on Saturday at 11 a.m..    The Trailblazers (15-21) will challenge WNE in an elimination game on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.   Emma Harrington earned the win in the circle for Williams improving to 15-4 on the season.  Harrington cruised through the opening four frames as she didn't allow a hit until the fourth

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