Scadlock Double-Double Lifts Williams Men's Basketball

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Kyle Scadlock scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Saturday to lead the Williams College men's basketball team to a 73-55 over Stevens Hoboken Institute of Technology in the championship game of the Williams Tipoff Tournament.
Bobby Casey and Matthew Karpowicz each added 15 for the Ephs (2-0).
Williams travels to face MCLA on Tuesday.
Men's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Marcus Mollica scored a power play goal and assisted on another goal to lead the Williams men's hockey team to a 4-3 win over Bowdoin on Saturday.
Roberto Cellini and Keanu Hilaire each score a goal and Stephen MOrrissey made 17 saves in the win.
Williams hosts Colby on Sunday afternoon.
Women's Squash
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - Williams defeated Dickinson Satudrday in a 9-0 sweep.
After facing a tough loss against Cornell on Friday, the Ephs (1-1) were determined to dominate their match and continue the momentum built up during yesterday’s match. Playing the three-court system, Anna Nicholson (#9), Sarah Willwerth (#6), and co-captain Hayley Parsons (#3) were first on court. All three were off and on the court quickly, dominating their opponents from start to finish and not dropping a game.
The next round of matches continued their momentum, with Melissa Swann (#8), Esther Baek (#5), and Julia Ward (#2) all playing strong and clean squash to finish off their matches in 3 games. Last on court were Abby LeBlanc (#7), co-captain Ananya Mahalingam-Dhingra (#4), and co-captain Nicole Friedman (#1), all of whom continued the aggressive momentum and finished off the match with a final score of 9-0. Susana Wilson-Hawken (#12), Adrienne Conza (#11), and Caroline Hogan (#10) all played excellent squash in the exhibition matches, staying strong throughout the games and dominating 3-0 from start to finish.
“Everyone played extremely well today with each player winning 3-0," Williams co-captain Nicole Friedman said. "Special shoutout to the freshman on their first collegiate win. We hope to keep the momentum up for another decisive match tomorrow."
The Ephs NESCAC foe Hamilton on Sunday.

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