Men’s and Women’s Track and Field rank highly in D3 Indoor Championships
Women’s Basketball (15-12) competed in the NEWMAC Tournament, earning a 67-53 win against Wellesley College in the first round and a 78-72 win against Babson College in the semifinal before falling to Smith College in a 70-56 championship game Sunday.
Men’s Volleyball (15-3) earned five wins this week, defeating Lasell University twice in 3-0 matches, along with Vassar College (3-2), Sage Colleges (3-1), and Rivier University (3-1).
Women’s Lacrosse (1-2) opened their season last Wednesday with a loss against Roger Williams University, but earned a 17-12 win against Johnson & Wales University Saturday. On Wednesday, their game against Tufts University ended in a 19-9 loss.
Men’s Lacrosse (2-1) claimed a 15-5 victory in their season opener against Lasell University last Wednesday. They lost against Rensselaer Polytechnic University in a 14-6 game and fought for a double overtime 8-7 victory against UMass Dartmouth Wednesday.
Women’s Tennis (3-2) traveled to Kentucky this week for the ITA Division III National Women’s Team Indoor Championship, losing 7-2 to Pomona-Pitzer in the opener, winning 9-0 against Brandeis University on day two, and losing 5-1 to University of Chicago Sunday.
Men’s Tennis (2-1) won against Holy Cross with a final score of 5-2 in their match last wednesday. This Wednesday, they claimed victory over Colby-Sawyer College in a 9-0 match.
Sailing opened their spring season with two invitationals Sunday, placing fifth at the Women’s Team Race Regatta at Boston University and sixth at Brown University’s Sharpe Trophy.
Squash faced three losses this week, with a close 5-4 match against Dartmouth College on Friday, a 6-3 loss against Franklin and Marshall on Saturday, and a 6-3 loss against George Washington University Sunday.
Women’s Track and Field traveled to Vermont for the New England Division III Indoor Championship, defeating three nationally-ranked programs with three event wins for an overall second place finish.
Men’s Track and Field competed in the New England Division III Indoor Championship this weekend, claiming overall victory with seven event wins.
Women’s Swimming and Diving (8-2) divers Blake Zhou ‘20 and Deborah Wen ‘21 competed in the NCAA Division III Diving Regionals this weekend, earning top-four finishes on the 3-meter board the final day.
Men’s Swimming and Diving (9-1) diver Jay Lang ‘22 earned the runner-up position in the 1-meter board in the NCAA Division III Diving Regionals this weekend.