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Williams Field Hockey Comes Back to Win at Bates
iBerkshires.com Sports,
06:13PM / Sunday, September 23, 2018
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LEWISTON, Maine -- Isabel Perry scored in the 59th minute to break a 2-2 tie and send the Williams College field hockey team on to a 4-2 win over Bates on Sunday.
 
Meredith Wright and Perry each had a goal and an assist for the Ephs, who rallied after falling behind in the sixth minute.
 
Abby Lloyd and Emma Santucci combine to make seven saves in the Williams goal.
 
The Ephs (4-1, 3-1 NESCAC) host Springfield College on Wednesday.
 
Women's Soccer
LEWISTON, Maine -- Pittsfield High graduate Ilana Albert registered an assist to help Williams notch a 3-0 win over Bates.
 
Georgia Lord, Sarah Hollinger and Dawn Pesco each scored for the Ephs, who got three saves from Olivia Barnhill.
 
Williams (7-0-1, 5-0-1) goes to Connecticut College on Saturday.
 
Men's Soccer
LEWISTON, Maine -- Bates scored twice in the second half to hand Williams a 2-0 loss.
 
Aaron Schein stopped four shots for the Ephs (3-1-1, 2-1-1), who host RPI on Wednesday.
 
Women's Golf
SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. -- Williams placed second at this weekend's Mount Holyoke Invitational, three strokes behind rival Amherst.
 
Cordelia Chan took charge on Sunday with a 67 at The Orchards, capturing medalist honors with a two-day score of 142 to easily outdistance runner-up Morgan Yurosek of Amherst (148).
 
Williams is home next weekend in its fall invitational.
 
Men's Golf
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Sam Goldenring and Williamstown's Jake Foehl each carded a 71 Sunday to lead Williams to victory at its Fall Invitational at Taconic Golf Club.
 
Goldenring, who posted a 69 for the only under-par round of the weekend, earned medalist honors with a 140, five strokes ahead of runner-up Will Rosenfeld of Trinity.
 
David Beau (146) was third and Foehl (151) was ninth, giving the Ephs three players in the top 10.
 
Williams finished with 588 strokes, 12 strokes ahead of runner-up Husson College, to finish first in the 20-team field.
 
MCLA placed 20th. The Trailblazers were led by Reece Dwyer, who carded an 86 on Sunday to finish at 174 for the weekend.

 

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