College roundup: Williams men's hockey skates to tie against Hamilton
WILLIAMSTOWN — With the NESCAC regular season title wrapped up and home ice secured for the conference tournament, the Williams men's hockey team settled for a 2-2 draw against Hamilton in the regular season finale.
The Ephs finish at 18-4-2 overall and 14-2-2 in the NESCAC. Williams will host Tufts on Saturday for the tournament opener.
Against Hamilton, the Ephs took a 2-1 lead in the second when Zander Masucci scored on the power play after Sam Gray had tied the game up, but Seamus O'Neill scored for Hamilton in the third to tie things up.
Michael Pinios stopped 16 shots in the tie for Williams.
WILLIAMS TRACK AND FIELD TEAMS SECOND AT NEW ENGLANDS
MIDDLEBURY, VT. >> The Williams College track and field teams each took second at the Division III New England Championships at Middlebury College.
The men took 132 points and finished six behind MIT while Tufts was third with 74. The women finished with 93.83 points, while MIT had 123.5 and Middlebury was third.
For the men, Tommy Riley finished second in the heptathlon to start the Ephs off in the right direction.
The distance medley relay team took first, crushing their seed time of ninth. Lucas Estrada, Ian Mook, Luke Hinz and Kyle Kistinger ran that race. Katakyie Ofori-Atta won the 60 dash and took second in the 200. Manny Daring took third in the 400 and broke a school record in the process.
Bijan Mazaheri took first in the 3,000 and Colin Cotton took first in the 5,000.
Chris Lyons finished sixth in the weight throw and eighth in the shot put. Connor harris took third in the high jump, Nolan Raimo took fifth in the 60-meter hurdles, Alex Cowen took third in the 1,000, Griffin Colaizzi was fifth in the 5,000 and Todd Ford was second in the 3,000.
For the women, the distance medley relay team of Stella Worters, Caity Ubl, Anna Harleen and Lacey Serletti finished third. Victoria Kingham also finished third in the mile and took eighth in the 800.
Emily Sundquist took second in the 5,000, Laney Teaford took fifth in the 3,000 and Maggie Peard was sixth. Serletti finished third in the 3,000 and Emma Zehner was fifth.
In the sprints, the 4x200 teram took sixth. Grace Weatherall finished third in the 60 hurdles and set a new school record to finish eighth in the 60 dash. Denver Williams finishe deighth in the 400. The 4x400 team finished sixth and the 4x800 team took third.
In field events, Chloe Rogers took second in the high jump and fifth in the triple jump. Candice Dyce took fourth in the triple and in the long jump took seventh. Maggie Murphy finished eighth in the pole vault.