|Former Big League Pitcher Recruiting Players for Traveling Team|
Former MLB pitcher Jonah Bayliss will be evaluating players for a new 16U travel baseball team he will be coaching, the Berkshire Blue Jays.
|Trailblazers Lose to Utica College|
Utica evens its record at 3-3 while MCLA drops to 2-5.
|Ephs Cruise Past Trailblazers, 81-43|
The Williams College women's basketball team improves to 6-0 while Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts drops to 2-4.
|Ephs Drop Trailblazers, 106-71|
The Ephs won their fifth straight game after a season opening loss and improve to 5-1 overall. The Trailblazers drop to 2-4 overall.
|Former Williams Head Coach Recalls Weston Field's History|
"I am fairly proud that in my tenure we never had a losing season." — Richard Farley
|MCLA Win Clinches McGovern's 100th Victory|
McGovern already held the all-time record for wins and her team improves to 2-3 on the season.
|Trailblazers Cough Up Lead, Lose to Nichols College|
The Trailblazers lost their second straight and fall to 2-3 on the season. Nichols improves to 3-2.
|Ephs Season Ended By John Hopkins University|
With the win, John Hopkins advanced to the sectional final.
|Ephs Lose to Elmira Eagles, 5-1|
The Eagles improve to 5-1-1 on their four-game win streak as the Ephs drop to 1-3-0.
|Ephs Win, Remain Unbeaten|
Junior Craig Kitto scored two goals as the Williams College hockey team remained unbeaten with a 4-1 win at Tufts on Saturday afternoon at Valley Forum II.
|MCLA Gives Up Lead, Loses to Daniel Webster College|
With the loss, MCLA drops to 1-3 on the season and Daniel Webster improves to 2-3.
|Trailblazers Lose Against New York University|
NYU improves to 3-0 on the season while the Trailblazers drop to 2-2.
|Strong Second Half Pushes WNE to Victory Against MCLA|
Western New England University Golden Bears' sophomore Chelsea Vujs led her team to a 77-61 victory against Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts on Thursday evening.
|Pittsfield Board Approves New Disc Golf Course|
"The closest one I know of is in Northampton, and that's very popular." — James Conant