Why you should follow Eph Sports on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube

Why you should follow Eph Sports on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube

By following the Ephs on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube you will get more than just game stories.

As much as we try we just cannot post every story on every Eph athlete and alum athlete so we sometimes have to rely on outside sources to help us get the word out. When a current Eph athlete is profiled by a hometown paper we Tweet and Facebook a link to that story and the same is true with an Eph alum athlete. Here's current USA Sevens Women's Rugby star Kristi Kirshe '17 who was a 2-time soccer All-American for the Ephs, playing Pop Warner football as a youngster. She titled it "Throwing it back to where my rugby career really began."

With our current video support system, Reely, when the Ephs are competing at home and the contest is webcast on the Northeast Sports Network if our schedules allow we can actually post to, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube highlights of a contest moments after the highlight occurred. The number of athletic competitions on campus on a particular day that are being webcast will limit how fast we can post a highlight, but rest assured there will be video highlights of home athletic contests that will show up in our social media platforms from every webcast. Through our social media we try to keep up with many former Eph athletes, especially if they are still competing. We will Facebook, Instagram, Tweet, and/or YouTube that information so as not to take away from the achievements and athletic contests our current athletes compete in.

Later that same day we will post a compilation of Eph highlights from each home webcast contest and share those as well.

Here are some examples:


Eph Social Media Platforms:

Twitter: @EphSports

FB: Williams College Athletics

Instagram: EPHSPORTS

YouTube: WilliamsEphsSports