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Williams Women Five Strokes Back at NCAA Championships
09:03PM / Wednesday, May 09, 2018
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HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. – The Williams College women's golf team had an up and down Wednesday during the second round of the four-round NCAA Tournament and the Ephs are now in second place, five shots behind the leaders from Claremont Mudd Scripps.   CMS shot 317 today, Williams shot 322, and NYU moved into third place behind Williams by also shooting a 317 today. NYU trails Williams by five shots and Carnegie Mellon's 318 today moved them into fourth place, 11 shots off the lead and six behind the Ephs.    The Ephs and CMS were paired with their first round partners from Whitman College again today when they went off the first tee in the

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Williams Women's Golf Tied for First after Day One at NCAAs
09:47PM / Tuesday, May 08, 2018
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HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. – Tomas Adelsteinsson's Williams College women's golf team rallied on the back nine in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, erasing a 10-shot Claremont Mudd Scripps (CMS) lead at the turn to finish in a tie for first place with CMS at 311.    Williams and CMS each finished 19-over-par and 10 shots ahead of the nearest of 23 competitors.   Tied for third pace at the end of the first day were Carnegie Mellon (10th seed), Carleton College (15th seed), and NYU (3rd seed) at 321.    In Tuesday’s opening round of play the Ephs were paired with CMS and Whitman College.   Both Williams and CMS went off in the morning

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Girl Sets Course Record at Waubeeka in AJGA Event
06:54PM / Sunday, May 06, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Littleton, Colo.'s, Sofia Choi posted a two-day score of 7-over-par 149 Sunday to set a course record and win the American Junior Golf Association Preview at Waubeeka Golf Links.   Choi posted a birdie on No. 18 Sunday to finish her second round to finish nine strokes ahead of runner up Catherine Zhang of Canada.   In the boys tournament, Jolo Timothy Magcalayo of the Philippines finished at 2-over 140 to win the title, posting his second straight 1-over 70 on Sunday.   He finished three strokes ahead of Canada's Max Dragon and Scarsdale, N.Y.'s, James Allen, who finished tied for second at 143.   North Adams' Ryan Baran finished

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Williams Softball Rallies to NESCAC Title
06:44PM / Sunday, May 06, 2018
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AMHERST, Mass. -- For the 14th time in 2018, the Williams College softball team authored a come-from-behind victory, and its dramatic seventh-inning rally - the sixth time it’s posted a win in its final at-bat — netted the Ephs a third consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference Tournament championship and an automatic berth into the 2018 Div. III NCAA Tournament.    As always, it took nearly the entire roster to pull it off but the big blow came from senior tri-captain Lexi Curt, who launched a moonshot of a home run to left field with no outs in the top of the seventh to turn a 3-2 Eph deficit into a 5-3 lead. Rebecca Duncan shut the door in the Bowdoin

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Two Tied for Lead at AJGA Event at Waubeeka
08:14PM / Saturday, May 05, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Scarsdale, N.Y.’s James Allen and Jolo Timothy Magcalayo of the Philippines finished the first day tied for first place after the first round of the American Junior Golf Association Preview event at Waubeeka Golf Links.   The pair finished at 1-under-par 70 to lead the field of 63 boys.   North Adams’ Ryan Baran, the only Berkshire County golfer at the tournament, carded a 90 on Day 1 and is in 59th place going into Sunday’s finale.   On the girls’ side, Sophia Choi of Littleton, Colo., finished the first day at 5-over-76 to lead the way. She is one stroke ahead of Jona Angela Magcalayo of the Philippines.

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SteepleCats Seeking Host Families
03:42PM / Friday, May 04, 2018
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The North Adams SteepleCats are seeking host families to house players for their upcoming 2018 baseball season.

The host family commitment is to house a SteepleCats player from June 2 through the beginning of August. Players should have their own room and families provide their meals. Players will arrange their own transportation.  

In exchange, host families receive a "Golden Ticket" that allows them to attend any game throughout the league – and never expires. They also receive a discount on SteepleCats merchandise and are able to build a relationship which can last a lifetime.

For more information on hosting a player, email Pat Decker.

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SteepleCats Seeking Host Families for Summer Season
10:31AM / Thursday, May 03, 2018
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The North Adams SteepleCats are seeking host families to house players for their upcoming 2018 baseball season.

The host family commitment is to house a SteepleCats player from June 2 through the beginning of August. Players should have their own room, and families provide their meals. Players will arrange their own transportation. 

In exchange, host families receive a Golden Ticket that allows them to attend any game throughout the league – and never expires. They also receive a discount on SteepleCats merchandise.

More importantly, they build a relationship with players that can last a lifetime. For more information on hosting a player, contact Pat

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Williams Women's Golfers Win in Dominating Fashion
06:03PM / Sunday, April 29, 2018
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Williams women's golf coach Tomas Adalsteinsson presents the team trophy to seniors Madeline Abrahams, Elizabeth Gudas and Phoebe Mattana on Sunday.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Williams College's women's golf team Sunday posted tied the team record it set Saturday at Taconic Golf Club with another 301 to blow away the field at the Williams Spring Invitational.   Cordelia Chan took medalist honors with a 1-over-par  73 on Sunday to finish at 3-over 147 for the tournament and edge teammate Elizabeth Gudas by one stroke.   Six Ephs finished in the top 10 of the 53-player field with Phoebe Mattana placing sixth, Holly Davenport and Isabella Wang tying for eighth and

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Williams Men's Lacrosse Wins NESCAC Quarter-Final
07:04PM / Saturday, April 28, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The fourth-seeded Williams College men’s lacrosse team (9-7) advanced to its third NESCAC semifinal with a 10-4 win over visiting fifth-seeded Connecticut College (10-6) Saturday afternoon on the Ephs’ Farley-Lamb Field.   With the win, the Ephs advance to play top-seeded Wesleyan in Middletown, Conn., next Saturday in the NESCAC Semifinals. Wesleyan downed Bates 16-11 this afternoon.   John Hincks scored three goals and assisted on three more, and George Peele stopped nine shots for Williams in the win.   NORTHAMPTON, Mass. -- Williams swept a non-league double-header at Smith by scores of 16-7 and 10-2 on Saturday.   In Game

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Former Pro Pitcher Promotes Passion, Perseverance at Williamstown Elementary
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
06:55AM / Saturday, April 28, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Retired professional pitcher Ryan Cameron was back in Williamstown on Thursday to share some life lessons with the third- through sixth-graders at Williamstown Elementary School.   But when he opened the floor to questions, the first one he received looked to be a little off topic.   "How much money did you make?" asked the first child he called upon.   The career .119 hitter handled the curveball with aplomb.   "That's a good question," Cameron said, before quickly turning it around.   While we tend to hear about today's Major League Baseball players in terms of the size of their contracts, that is not

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