MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- Sarah Hasselman was the medalist and she helped Williams win the Middlebury Women's Invitational golf tournament.
Hasselman shot a two-day total of 155 to finish a stroke ahead of teammates Georgiana Salant and Shelby Shote.
Williams shot 628 while runner-up Middlebury shot 664.
Six Williams golfers finished in the top 10.
Williams men's golf
BRUNSWICK, Maine -- The Williams men finished fourth in the NESCAC Fall Golf Championship Qualifier, good enough to qualify for the spring championship.
The Ephs had a two-day total of 622. Middlebury had a 595 at the Brunswick Golf Club, and the Panthers will host the spring tournament.
Cody Semmelrock and Dylan Dethier both shot two-day 155s to pace Williams.
Another honor for Caney
NORTH ADAMS -- MCLA women's soccer player Natalie Caney has been named the MASCAC rookie of the week for the second time.
Caney, a freshman forward from Belchertown, scored a hat trick in MCLA's 4-0 win over SUNYIT on Tuesday. She has eight goals for the Trailblazers.
Williams field hockey
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- Williams (2-5, 1-4 NESCAC) fell behind and couldn't catch Middlebury (6-1, 4-1) as the Panthers scored a 2-1 victory.
Cary Hairfield got Williams' only goal.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Williams' defending doubles champions Kara Shoemaker and Rebecca Curran fell in the finals this year, losing to Jordan Brewer and Gabby Devlin of Amherst 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-4.
Williams' singles players Shoemaker and Kathleen Elkins lost in the semifinals.
In the men's ITA Tournament at Middlebury, Williams' Conrad Harron and the doubles team of Rohan Shastri came up short of winning championships.
MCLA women's tennis
PAXTON -- In a non-conference match, MCLA dropped a 7-2 decision on the road to Anna Maria.
Stephanie Giardina of Pittsfield needed a third-set super tiebreaker to beat Nicole Goudreau 5-7, 6-4, 10-8. The other point came at doubles as Ama Adwetewa-Badu and Shelby Gauthier got a victory.
MCLA falls to 1-10.
MCLA cross country
CHICOPEE -- Anthony Cancilla finished 23rd for MCLA at the Elms Invitational on Saturday. The Trailblazers had four runners and did not qualify as a team.
The University of New England won the tournament.
Williams cross country
WILLIAMSTOWN -- In the women's varsity race at Saturday's Purple Valley Classic, Kaleigh Kenny finished first and her Eph teammate Shayna Barbash was third.
Middlebury won the team title with 38 points and Williams was third with 46.
In the men's varsity race, Williams' Colin Cotton and Chris Lee finished 1-2, but MIT had the next three finishers and five in the top 20 to win the meet with 41 points. Williams was second with 59.