#4 Orange Stage late Comeback to top Statesmen

With 16 minutes remaining in the game on Saturday, the Hobart College lacrosse team led No. 4 Syracuse University 8-7, but the Orange outscored the Statesmen 8-1 down the stretch to leave Boswell Field with with a 15-9 victory and the Kraus-Simmons Trophy. The 100th meeting between the two schools lifts SU's record to 9-3 while Hobart slips to 4-8. The Orange's starting attack accounted for 18 po...
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Heron Lacrosse Defeats Tigers

William Smith College sophomore Hannah Connolly and junior Katie Sipple combined for 13 points as the Heron lacrosse team cruised to a 13-6 Liberty League win at RIT on Saturday afternoon. Connolly notched five goals and three assists, while Sipple produced three goals and two assists. The Herons improve to 7-7 overall and 7-1 in the Liberty League. The Tigers fall to 4-9 and 1-6. Sophomore Kate ...
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William Smith Tennis Sweeps Bard

The William Smith tennis team downed Bard 9-0 in a match played Saturday in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. The Herons improve to 12-4 overall, while the Raptors are now 7-5 this season. The Herons swept doubles play to take a 3-0 lead. Sophomores Charlotte Federowicz and Hannah Webster posted an 8-2 victory at the top spot. Sophomore Kelley Hartmann teamed with first-year Annie Venditti for an 8-2 win...
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Statesmen Tennis Defeat Bard

The Hobart College tennis team earned a 9-0 sweep of Bard in a match played in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y., on Saturday afternoon. With the victory, the Statesmen are now 11-8, while the Raptors fall to 4-6 this season. Hobart built a 3-0 lead in doubles. First-year Carson Smith and senior Ben Robinson earned an 8-3 victory at No. 1. First-year Jake Criss teamed with junior Luke DeLuccia for a 9-7 ...
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Herons Sweep Day 2 of Rowing in Worcester

After an uneven day of racing on Saturday, the William Smith College rowing team bounced back to win all three of its races on Lake Quinsigamond on Sunday. The No. 3 ranked Heron varsity eight led the way, besting a field that included No. 8 Tufts and No. 9 WPI. Sunny skies, a slight tail wind, and a determination to move forward combined to assist the Herons to a clean, open water sweep over the...
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