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Squash hosts NESCAC Championships for 1st time

February 6, 2014

The NESCAC squash tournament came to Clinton, NY for the first time in its history on Friday.  Hamilton College hosted the three-day conference championship, an 11-team tournament that boasted some of the best squash teams in the nation, from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2.

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Swimming honors seniors against RPI

February 6, 2014

Hamilton College’s senior swimmers and divers competed in the Senior Recognition meet on Feb. 1 against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).  While both teams still have a couple meets remaining, this last opportunity to race in a head-to-head match at Bristol Pool this season brought out the best in numerous Hamilton athletes.

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W.Hockey still seeks 1st NESCAC win

February 6, 2014

As the Clinton weather spiked up to the mid 20s this past weekend, the women’s ice hockey team looked to upset Middlebury, who are undefeated in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. On both Friday and Saturday, the Continentals gave the first place Panthers a run for their money.

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Who will win the Super Bowl?

January 30, 2014

Jack Mortell '15 and Ben Fields '15 weigh in.

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Defensive struggles sink W. Basketball

January 30, 2014

The Hamilton women’s basketball team has built its foundation upon excellent ball-handling and suffocating defense.  That bedrock betrayed the Continentals last Saturday, however, when Hamilton (7-9, 1-4 NESCAC) fell to 15th-ranked Williams (16-2, 3-2 NESCAC) by a 66-49 score at Williamstown, Massachusetts.

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Indoor Track embraces home-field advantage

January 30, 2014

Hamilton College is one of the few small liberal arts colleges that possesses facilities capable of hosting track and field meets. This advantage allows the Continentals to avoid the difficulties that arise from winter travel twice a season, when Hamilton invites several teams to compete at the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House.

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M. Basketball narrowly loses to no. 9 Ephs

January 30, 2014

The halfway point of any season serves as a benchmark for self-evaluation.  Thus far, the 10-9 men’s basketball team has shown glimpses of their potential with a run-and-gun offense.  With five NESCAC games remaining, Hamilton finds itself locked in a tight six-team race for entry into the conference playoffs.

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Trinity tops W. Hockey in double-header

January 30, 2014

As snowfall ravaged the Hamilton campus this past Friday, the women of the ice hockey team made the trip down to Hartford Connecticut for a two game series against Trinity College.

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Swimming knocks opponents out of the water

January 23, 2014

For the last month, snow has fallen by the foot and temperatures have plummeted. However, not even the blistering cold could hold back the steadfast athletes on the men’s and women’s swim teams.

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Hart hits buzzer-beater to push Conts past Elmira

January 23, 2014

Trading baskets, the game came down to the final possession. On a kickout to the corner, sophomore Jack Donnelly’s three-pointer bounced off the back iron, but was rebounded by Matthew Hart ’16, who threw up a miraculous fadeaway from a tight baseline angle to beat Elmira at the buzzer.

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