Williams Women's Tennis Wraps Up Fall Campaign

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MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- The Williams College women's tennis team ended the Middlebury Invitational and its fall season on a high note, beating Brandeis University in both doubles matches played Sunday. 
 
Junior Rachel Cross and senior Chloe Henderson defeated Brandeis’ Diana Dehtehrevich and Lauren Bertsch in a close tiebreaker 8-7 (6). Senior Emily Zheng and freshman Katherine Orgielewicz soundly beat Isabel Cepeda and Ana Hatfield 8-2.
 
Sunday’s action concludes an up-and-down fall season for the Ephs. They’ll have plenty of time to train and get even better for their next match at Skidmore on March 7, which is followed by a swing through California. 
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Williams Men and Women Win NCAA Cross Country Regional

BRUNSWICK, Maine -- The Williams College men's and women's cross country teams each won team titles at the NCAA Division III New England Regional Championships on Saturday.
 
Freshman Eva Borton led the the Williams women, placing eighth in 21 minutes, 39 seconds -- 20 seconds behind individual champion Izzi Gengaro of MIT.
 
The Williams women finished with 64 points, edging runner-up MIT by 20 points.
 
In the men's race, Williams placed five finishers in the top eight to run away with the team title. The Ephs finished with 24 points, well ahead of runner-up Colby (93 poitns).
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