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Williams basketball players Mandy Mandyck and Spencer Spivy both earned their way onto D3hoops.com Region 1 teams. Mandyck was a first-team selection. Spivy was also named to the NABC Coaches District 1 first team.
The Williams women will face Trinity next weekend in the NESCAC basketball semifinals. The Ephs beat Bates in their final home game at Chandler Gym to reach the semis, which will be played at top-seeded Tufts.
The top-seeded team in the NESCAC Tournament, the Williams men, rallied to beat No. 8 Trinity and advance to the semifinal round. The win guarantees the Ephs will play at home next weekend.
The NCAA Division III basketball tournament brackets are still a week away from being released. The organization has, however, put out its lis…
It's tournament time for some college basketball teams. The Williams College men and women will host games in their NESCAC Tournaments Saturday afternoon. It's the first tournament doubleheader in Williamstown since 2013.
Williams women rout Conn. College, lock up No. 2 seed in NESCAC basketball tournament. Williams men earn the top-seed after beating Camels
It was a good Sunday for the Williams College basketball teams. The women and men both won their NESCAC finales, and have locked up tournament quarterfinal home dates next weekend.
Williams is one of six NESCAC teams ranked in the top seven of the NCAA's Region I. The regional rankings, not the Ephs' No. 15 spot in the D3hoops.com Top 25, determine spots in the NCAA Division III Tournament.
It was survive and advance for Williams on Tuesday night, as the 15th-ranked Ephs hung on to beat SUNY New Paltz in the regular-season finale at Chandler Gym.
With one week left in their regular seasons, the Williams basketball teams are jockeying for position in preparation for the coming NESCAC postseason tournaments.
The Williams women knocked off a nationally-ranked basketball team for the second time this season, holding off Trinity at home.