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In one of the great Division III rivalries, Williams and Amherst faced off last night in Amherst’s home pool. For the women, Williams walked away victorious. On the men’s side, Amherst came out on top with a narrower margin of victory.
In a set of back-to-back dual meets, the Williams Ephs came out on top and finished their season undefeated. For…
The Ephs won all but one event on their way through the final evening, en route to the NESCAC title, taking it away from defending champion Amherst.
After the first night of the women’s NESCAC championships, Williams leads by nearly 200 points, and looks to continue that way for the remainder of the meet.
The Ephs of Williams certainly had a weekend filled with fast swimming. On Friday they faced off against the MIT Engineers and came out on top (192-97 for women, 159-137 for men). Less than eighteen hours later, the Ephs were back up on the blocks racing NESCAC competitors Middlebury and again came out victorious (185-108 for women, 197-101 for men).
In what has to be one of the most exciting rivalries of Division III swimming, the Ephs of Williams College faced off against the Jeffs of Amherst on Saturday night. After a close start and some back and forth, Williams was victorious taking the meet 189-104.
Williams’ women proved too dominant a force for Union College at their meet on Saturday. The Ephs won handily, 206-86, taking their winning streak to two. Williams won every event, and were at least 1-2 in everything but the 100 butterfly.