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Williams Men Win at Manhattanville
07:01PM / Sunday, November 29, 2015
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BRONX, N.Y. -- Junior swingman Daniel Aronowitz sank two free throws with 5:17 remaining to cap an 8-0 run that gave the Williams College men's basketball team a 53-42 lead over the Manhattanville Valiants on the way to a 73-54 road win on Sunday.   The Ephs (4-0) got big individual performances from Aronowitz and freshman forward Kyle Scadlock, who each recorded double doubles. Aronowitz finished with 17 points and 17 rebounds and Scadlock contributed 18 points and 13 boards.   Good ball movement and stingy defense helped the Ephs jump out to an 18-9 lead early in the first half. Nothing seemed to go Williams’ way for the rest of the half. Manhattanville (4-3) responded

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Williams Tops MCLA in Men's Basketball
02:17AM / Wednesday, November 25, 2015
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The visiting Williams College Ephs received a game high 32 points from Dan Aronowitz as they pulled away in the final minute to defeat MCLA, 80-73, Tuesday in non conference action. 

 

Aronowitz was 11-21 from the floor and a perfect 7-7 from the charity stripe for Williams (3-0). He added a team best 7 boards.

 

The game was tight throughout as the largest lead of the night was the final margin. The teams traded the lead eight times and were tied three times. With Williams leading 72-68 with under 2:30 to play, MCLA's Careem Kirksey drilled his fourth three of the night pulling the Trailblazers (2-3) within one at 72-71 with 2:21

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Williams' Farwell Named National Coach of the Year
Williams Sports Information,
02:08AM / Wednesday, November 25, 2015
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According to the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association website, everybody assumed the women's race at this past weekend's NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships was just a coronation for Johns Hopkins once again.

The Blue Jays had won the three previous NCAA title races and had been ranked first in the national coaches poll all season.

 

"I didn't really expect to beat Johns Hopkins as, fittingly, they were ranked No. 1 and running well," Williams College coach Peter Farwell said. "I didn't even know we had won when the race was over as I was busy with the upcoming men's race. It wasn't until the women's

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Williams Women's Soccer Reaches NCAA Final Four
08:23PM / Sunday, November 22, 2015
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GENEVA, N.Y.— The Williams College women's soccer team on Sunday advanced to the NCAA Division III Final Four by beating William Smith on penalty kicks after playing the Herons to a 1-1 tie.   The Ephs (19-1-2) got on the scoreboard early. Kristi Kirshe pushed a short pass ahead inside the box to Audrey Thomas. Thomas put her shot from right in front into the back of the net to give Williams a 1-0 advantage just 7 minutes, 31 seconds in. It was just the sixth goal William Smith has allowed all season.   The Herons (19-1-2) had a number of close calls to tie the game up, controlling the momentum of the game and out-shooting the Ephs, 8-3 in the first half and 8-5 in the

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