Williams Women's Soccer Wins, Hosts League Final on Sunday
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Kristina Alvarado scored in the 71st minute to break a 2-2 tie and send the Williams College women's soccer team on to a 4-2 win over Amherst on Saturday in the sem-finals of the New England Small College Athletic Conference tournament.
Sydney Jones assisted on Alvarado's game-winner and added an insurance goal for the Ephs 10 minutes later.
Sarah Scire and Alison Lu had the other goals for Williams, which got two saves from Olivia Barnhill.
Fourth-ranked Williams (15-1-1) hosts Tufts on Sunday at noon in the NESCAC Championship game.
MIDDLEBUARY, Vt. -- Trinity's Kendall Brown scored in the second minute of overtime Saturday to give the Bantams a 3-2 win over Williams in the NESCAC semi-finals.
Alex Bennett scored both goals for Williams, running her season total to 16 in the loss.
Abby Lloyd made two saves for the Ephs (12-5).
MEDFORD, Mass. -- Wesleyan earned a 25-11, 25-14, 25-17 win over Williams on Saturday in the quarter-finals of the NESCAC tournament.
Erin Denham had nine kills, and Alex Newton had 28 assists for the Ephs (11-12).
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Wesleyan held Williams to 127 yards of offense in a 35-0 win over the Ephs on Saturday.
The Cardinals' Mark Piccirillo threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns in the win.
Williams (5-3) finishes the season next Saturday at home against Amherst.
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