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The William Smith College sailing team will be back on the water on Wednesday, May 19, when it heads to Annapolis, Md., to compete in the 2021 College Sailing Women’s National Championship. Eighteen teams will begin competition on Wednesday for the Gerald C. Miller Trophy which is awarded to the national champion. The women’s championship

William Smith was edged by St. John Fisher 10-9 in a NCAA third round game at Bill Alfond Field on Saturday. The Herons concluded their season with a 10-5 overall record. Senior Ellie Burns led the way for William Smith with four goals, bringing her career total to 107, 21st on the Herons’ all-time list. Fellow senior Anna

The 16th ranked William Smith College lacrosse team will take on ninth-ranked St. John Fisher in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday, May 15, in Waterville, Maine. Opening draw is scheduled for 11 a.m. at Bill Alfond Field on the campus of Colby College. Per Colby’s campus policies, visitors are not allowed

The William Smith College lacrosse team will take on Meredith in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday, May 8, at Franklin and Marshall in Lancaster, Pa. Opening draw is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at Shadek Stadium. The winner of Saturday’s game will advance to the second round where they will meet the

The Hobart College soccer team rallied to beat RIT 3-1 on Cozzens Field on Sunday. All four of the game’s goals were scored in the second half. It was the Statesmen’s first intercollegiate matchup since facing Montclair State in the first round of the NCAA tournament 519 days ago. First-year Matias Valenzuela Matic factored into all three

“The wealth of opportunity and academic rigor here at HWS have been crucial in preparing me for this next step. I am extremely grateful to my coaches, professors, friends and family for helping me along the way,” says Alec Robitaille ’21.

The 15th-ranked William Smith College lacrosse team defeated Rochester 8-6 in a tightly contested Liberty League matchup at Fauver Stadium this evening. With the win, the Herons are now 2-1 overall and 2-0 in Liberty League play. Defense played a key role in the contest as the teams combined for 46 turnovers. William Smith (2-1,

After graduation, Daniel Masino ’21 will pursue his M.B.A. at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. A Trustee Scholar, Daniel Masino ’21 has leveraged his leadership experiences on campus into an acceptance at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. The economics major with a minor in entrepreneurial studies intends to pursue his M.B.A.

The Hobart College hockey team knocked off Skidmore 4-1 in an exhibition game at The Cooler this afternoon. Four different Statesmen scored a goal in victory. Sophomore Brenden Howell and first-year Artem Buzoverya shared game-high honors with two points each. Senior Phil Satin, and first-years Kevin Lassman and Matthieu Wuth also notched goals for the Statesmen. Senior Garrett McGowan and juniors Joe Halstrom and Liam Lascelle combined to make 18

The Hobart College tennis team defeated Rochester 7-2 in its season opener at the HWS Tennis Center on Sunday, March 21. The victory was the 100th career win for Statesmen Head Coach Tim Riskie. Riskie, who is now in his 10th season, is 100-69 as the head coach of the Statesmen. Hobart jumped in front thanks