Williams Ephs

Schedule

Overall: 9-13-3 - Conference: 6-8-2
11/15 at Wesleyan * • W, 3-1
11/16 at Wesleyan * • L, 5-0
11/29 vs. Utica L, 4-1 BX
11/30 vs. Castleton L, 1-0 BX RC
12/5 at Salve Regina W, 3-0 BX
12/7 vs. Manhattanville W, 3-0 BX
1/2 at Adrian L, 3-1 BX
1/3 at St. Olaf W, 3-1 BX
1/9 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • L, 6-3 BX P
1/10 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 1-0 BX P
1/16 vs. Hamilton * • T, 0-0 BX RC P
1/17 vs. Hamilton * • W, 2-0 BX RC P
1/20 vs. Elmira L, 4-2 BX P
1/23 at Colby * • W, 3-1
1/24 at Colby * • L, 2-1
1/27 vs. Sacred Heart Postponed V LS
1/30 vs. Bowdoin * • T, 3-3 BX
1/31 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 5-1 BX P
2/6 at Amherst * • L, 2-0 BX P
2/7 at Amherst * • L, 2-0 BX P
2/10 vs. Sacred Heart • T, 2-2 BX
2/13 vs. Middlebury * • L, 2-1 BX
2/14 at Middlebury * • L, 4-0 BX
2/20 at Connecticut College * • L, 4-2 BX
2/21 at Connecticut College * • W, 1-0 BX
2/28 at Trinity (Conn.) L, 1-0 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
Overall: 9-13-3 - Conference: 6-8-2
11/15 at Wesleyan * • W, 3-1
11/16 at Wesleyan * • L, 5-0
1/9 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • L, 6-3 BX P
1/10 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 1-0 BX P
1/16 vs. Hamilton * • T, 0-0 BX RC P
1/17 vs. Hamilton * • W, 2-0 BX RC P
1/23 at Colby * • W, 3-1
1/24 at Colby * • L, 2-1
1/30 vs. Bowdoin * • T, 3-3 BX
1/31 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 5-1 BX P
2/6 at Amherst * • L, 2-0 BX P
2/7 at Amherst * • L, 2-0 BX P
2/13 vs. Middlebury * • L, 2-1 BX
2/14 at Middlebury * • L, 4-0 BX
2/20 at Connecticut College * • L, 4-2 BX
2/21 at Connecticut College * • W, 1-0 BX

(* Conference; • Region)

2014-15

Middlebury 13-1-2 20-5-3
Amherst 10-3-3 17-5-4
Trinity (Conn.) 8-6-2 18-7-2
Connecticut College 7-7-2 12-10-3
Bowdoin 6-7-3 11-10-5
Williams 6-8-2 9-13-3
Colby 6-10 14-11
Hamilton 4-9-3 10-11-4
Wesleyan 3-12-1 8-14-1

Past Records

2017-18 (0-0, 0-0 NESCAC)
2016-17 (10-13-2, 7-7-2 NESCAC)
2015-16 (12-12-1, 8-8 NESCAC)
2014-15 (9-13-3, 6-8-2 NESCAC)
2013-14 (15-10-3, 9-4-3 NESCAC)
2012-13 (9-15-1, 5-10-1 NESCAC)
2011-12 (11-14, 7-9 NESCAC)
2010-11 (4-17-1, 3-12-1 NESCAC)

Team Info

Coach:
Conference: NESCAC

Williams

Ephs

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1983
Location: Williamstown, Mass.
Colors: Purple
Region: East
Arena: Lansing Chapman Rink (2500)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 25, 2017 Estes hat trick leads Connecticut College over Williams 5-2 in NESCAC quarterfinals Samantha Estes opened and closed the scoring as 2nd seeded Connecticut College topped Williams 5-2 and tied a school record with the Camels' 15th of the season.
February 1, 2017 D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: February 1st A monumental NESCAC sweep, a pivotal ECAC West series, and the nation's two two blue line scorers are all represented on our Women's Team of the Week Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com
December 14, 2016 D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: December 14th Our last Women's National Team of the Week of the 2016 calendar year has arrived! Photo: Norwich Athletics
November 19, 2016 Blu Light Special A stunner in the Women's WIAC, a tough day in Boston, and a few NESCAC men's and women's teams make some early noise. That and more as we wrap up the remainder of your Saturday, beyond the inter-top 10 matchups. Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com
February 27, 2016 Trinity tops Williams in overtime thriller WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Senior captain Shannon Farrell (Kennebunk, Maine) received a feed from Hannah Oganeku (Castle Pines, Colo.) and fired it past Eph goalie Christina Cleroux (New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) to give the Trinity College women's hockey team a 2-1 overtime victory over the Willliams College Ephs in Saturday's New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) women's hockey quarterfinal at Williams. Trinity advances to the conference semifinals at Middlebury as the Bantams aim to defend last year's conference championship.
February 28, 2015 Trinity blanks Williams, 1-0, to advance to NESCAC semifinals HARTFORD, Conn. -- First-year goaltender Sydney Belinskas (Port Orange, Fla.) recorded her conference-leading sixth shutout of the season to lead the third-seeded Trinity College women's hockey team past sixth-seeded Williams, 1-0, on Saturday afternoon in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship Tournament Quarterfinals on Williams Rink.