• Burns, Spackman earn All-America honors
    May 27, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA — The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA)and US Lacrosse have chosen Williams College seniors Elizabeth Burns and Britt Spackman as 2009 All-Americans.
  • Eph quartet garners First Team All-Region honors from IWLCA
    May 22, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA — Seniors Britt Spackman and Elizabeth Burns joined sophomore Julia Schreiber and first year Margie Fulton in being named First Team All-Berkshire Region by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association Thursday.
  • Julia Nawrocki and Elizabeth Burns to play in National Senior All-Star Game
    May 20, 2009
    The three Eph captains were selected to play in the National Senior All Star Game, but a schedule conflict will not allow Britt Spackman to participate.
  • Hamilton knocks Williams out of NCAA tournament in an 8-7 loss
    May 09, 2009
    WATERVILLE, ME – Williams Women’s lacrosse (13-6) lost to 8-7 Hamilton (15-2), the defending NCAA champion, in the NCAA round of sixteen. Williams recovered from a 5-0 deficit to pull within one, but the Ephs were unable to take the lead away from the Continentals.
  • Burns, Schreiber, Spackman & Fulton named All-NESCAC/Fulton Rookie of the Year
    May 06, 2009
    Four members of the Eph women's lacrosse team have been accorded All-NESCAC honors this season.
  • Ephs advance past Endicott in first round of NCAA Tournament, 19-9
    May 06, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – Williams women’s lacrosse (13-6) dominated Endicott (15-5) in a 19-9 blowout in the first round of the NCAA tournament. It was a team effort for the Ephs with their 19 goals coming from 12 different players and all healthy players participating in the contest.
  • W-A-T-C-H Ephs vs. Endicott in NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tourn. *** New Instructions
    May 05, 2009
    The first round NCAA game between Williams and Endicott from Renzie Lamb Field will air on the Internet as a video webcast and an audio webcast.Both versions of the webcast are FREE.
  • Colby defeats Williams in the NESCAC finals
    May 03, 2009
    MEDFORD, MA – Colby women’s lacrosse (16-1, 8-1 NESCAC) defeated the Ephs (12-6, 4-5 NESCAC) 12-10 in the finals of NESCAC tournament. Williams had a two goal lead at the half, but the Mules rallied and came out on top to win their second NESCAC championship in a row.
  • Ephs advance past top-seeded Tufts in overtime to the NESCAC finals
    May 02, 2009
    MEDFORD, MA – Williams woman’s lacrosse (12-5, 4-5 NESCAC) beat top seeded Tufts (14-2, 8-1 NESCAC) 11-10 in overtime to advance to the NESCAC finals. The Jumbos tied the game at 8-8 with only three seconds left in regulation to take the game into overtime, but the Ephs held on a man down through the first half of overtime and came out on top in the second.
  • Women's Lacrosse advances to NESCAC semifinals with 15-13 win over Trinity
    April 26, 2009
    HARTFORD, CT – Williams women’s lacrosse (11-5, 4-5 NESCAC) advances to the NESCAC semi-finals with a hard fought victory over the Trinity Bantams (10-4, 5-4 NESCAC). Eph senior Julia Nawrocki led the team to victory with five goals and two assists.
  • Middlebury downs Williams women's lacrosse 18-12
    April 24, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – Williams women’s lacrosse (10-5, 4-5 NESCAC) lost to NESCAC rival Middlebury (8-4, 7-2 NESCAC) after a slow start. This was the last home game for the Ephs’ five seniors: Julia Nawrocki, Britt Spackman, Lizzie Burns, Antonia Clark, and Amina Pookrum.
  • Ephs win fourth straight to move to 10-4
    April 22, 2009
    Not even two inclement weather delays could slow the Eph's strong offense, as the women's lacrosse team (10-4) defeated visiting Redlands Wednesday afternoon, 16-0. It was William's fourth consecutive victory and final tune up before Friday's NESCAC showdown with Middlebury.
  • Victory over Springfield extends Williams women's lacrosse winning streak to three
    April 21, 2009
    SPRINGFIELD, MA- Williams women’s lacrosse (9-4, 4-4 NESCAC) topped Springfield College (9-5) to extend their winning streak to three games. Senior Julia Nawrocki led the Ephs in points with three goals and three assists followed by freshman Margie Fulton who had three goals and two assists.
  • Ephs put away Little 3 rival Wesleyan, 17-9
    April 18, 2009
    WILLLIAMSTOWN, MA –Williams women’s lacrosse (8-4, 4-4 NESCAC) recovered from a slow start to beat NESCAC and Little Three rival Wesleyan (5-8, 2-6 NESCAC) 17-9. This win means Williams, Amherst, and Wesleyan tie for the 2009 Little Three Title.
  • W-A-T-C-H Ephs vs. Wesleyan in women's lacrosse on 4/18 at 12:00 PM
    April 15, 2009
    W-A-T-C-H Williams and Wesleyan square off in women's lacrosse to determine the 2009 Little Three Champion.
  • Williams women's lacrosse dominates Skidmore 16-5
    April 15, 2009
    SARASOTA SPRINGS, NY – Williams women’s lacrosse (7-4, 3-4 NESCAC) dominated Skidmore (6-5) in a decisive 16-5 victory. Junior Whitney Thayer, junior Tina Nawrocki, and freshman Margie Fulton contributed to the Eph victory with a hat trick each.
  • Bowdoin tops women's lacrosse 10-7
    April 11, 2009
    BRUNSWICK, ME—Williams women’s lacrosse (6-4, 3-4NESCAC) lost a hard fought battle to NESCAC rival Bowdoin (7-6, 2-5 NESCAC) with a final score of 10-7.
  • Amherst Staves Off Ephs' Second Half Rally
    April 04, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – Despite a second half rally, Ephs women’s lacrosse (6-3, 3-3 NESCAC) went down to archrival Amherst (5-3, 3-2 NESCAC) with a final score of 8-7.
  • Ephs roll to 13-6 win over Conn. College
    April 01, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA — First-year Margie Fulton scored four goals and assisted on three others Wednesday to lead Williams College to a 13-6 conference win over Connecticut College at Renzie Lamb Field.
  • Ephs stave off Union rally, 9-7
    March 29, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA — Williams defenders Antonia Clark and Lizzie Burns created a key turnover in the final minute of play Sunday to allow the Williams College women's lacrosse team to stave off a furious Union rally and post a 9-7 non-conference victory at Renzie Lamb Field.
  • Slow-starting Ephs edged by Trinity, 14-13
    March 28, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA — Caitlin Irvine's fourth goal of the game snapped a tie with 7:02 remaining Saturday and helped Trinity College post a 14-13 conference win over host Williams at Renzie Lamb Field.
  • Ephs rally to defeat No. 7 Tufts, 15-13, for 4th straight win
    March 21, 2009
    MEDFORD -- First-year Margie Fulton came off the bench to score five goals with an assist, and junior Tina Nawrocki added four goals and two assists, as the unranked Williams College women's lacrosse team defeated #7 Tufts University, 15-13, in a very competitive NESCAC game on Bello Field Saturday afternoon.
  • Ephs dominate the RPI Red Hawks 13-6
    March 17, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA- With five goals and two assists from Ephs junior Whitney Thayer, Williams women’s lacrosse (3-1, 1-1 NESCAC) dominated the RPI Red Hawks (3-1) with a final score of 13-6.
  • Strong second half propels Ephs to 13-9 road win over Bates
    March 14, 2009
    LEWISTON, ME. — The Williams College women's lacrosse team outscored host Bates 5-2 over the final 10 minutes, 30 seconds of the second half Saturday en route to a 13-9 conference win.
  • Womens Lacrosse tops MIT
    March 12, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – In a cold and blustery game, Ephs women’s lacrosse (1-1, 0-1 NESCAC) beat MIT (0-2) 17-6.
  • Colby tops Williams 9-8 in Women's Lacrosse Season Opener
    March 07, 2009
    WILLIAMSTOWN, MA: Despite as strong second half, Williams College women’s lacrosse (0-1, 0-1 NESCAC) were unable to catch the defending NESCAC champions, Colby College (1-0, 1-0 NESCAC), in their 2009 season opener.
  • 2009 Women's Lacrosse Season Outlook
    March 04, 2009
    With 14 returning players and a talented group of eight first-years, the Williams College women’s lacrosse team hopes to combine its talent and skill with its depth and growth and make a run at another conference championship.
  • Erin Burnett '98 is a rising star at NBC, MSNBC and CNBC
    November 04, 2008
    Erin Burnett played field hockey and lacrosse at Williams, just like her sisters Mara and Laurie, passing up the opportunity to play her best sport.