Williams Men's Basketball Ousted from NCAA Tourney

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Thomas Bonacum scored 33 points Saturday to lead Ramapo College to a 66-62 win over Williams in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament.
 
James Heskett and Bobby Casey scored 21 points apiece for Williams, which finished with a 23-6 record.
 
Men's Lacrosse
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Harry Stanton scored four goals, and Wesleyan scored five times in the third quarter Saturday to hand Williams a 9-8 loss.
 
Williams' John Hincks scored five times, and Maxwell Stukalin had a hat trick for the Ephs, who got 12 saves from George Peele.
 
Williams (0-1) goes to Union on Wednesday.
 
women's Lacrosse
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Allegra Grant stopped 13 shots Saturday to lead Wesleyan to a 10-9 win over Williams in the season opener for both teams.
 
Clare Fitzpatrick scored four goals for Williams, which scored the game's last three goals.
 
Kami Cisneros stopped nine shots for the Ephs, who go to Rensselaer Polytechnic on Tuesday.
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