WILLIAMSTOWN -- Despite strong possession, the Mounties couldn't convert against their opponents from Vermont and lost 1-0 to Mount Anthony on Saturday.
Shelby Mclenithan scored the only goal of the game with 15 minutes left thanks to a defensive breakdown in midfield.
"They took advantage of their best opportunity," Greylock coach Tom Ostheimer said. "It seems to be becoming a pattern [early this season] where we're controlling play, controlling possession and just not being able to convert. ... I think we're going to have to move some people around. We just can't seem to finish."
MCLA cross country
RANDOLPH CENTER, Vt. -- MCLA junior Anthony Cancilla led the charge for the Trailblazers in a time of 28:47 as they ran away to win the men's 8K in the Second Annual Three Stallion Invitational Hosted by Vermont Tech on Saturday.
MCLA took five of the top ten spots to earn the victory, while Green Mountain College captured three of those top ten positions, including a second place overall for Junior Forrest Teutsch in 29:12.
MCLA took team second in the women's race, led home by sophomore Claire Simmons' fifth-place finish, with Southern Vermont finishing third.
NORTH ADAMS -- The MCLA Volleyball team got win No. 2 on the day Saturday after they beat Green Mountain College in a 3-0 victory. The Trailblazers notched their third straight victory to improve to 3-7.
The Trailblazers beat Becker College 3-1 earlier in the day.
MCLA men's soccer
SALEM -- MCLA dropped its first conference game to the Vikings, 4-1 on Saturday.
The Vikings' Eryk Fernandez netted a hat trick in the second half.
With 11:36 left in the first half, MCLA's Brian Theriault scored on a deflection from a shot by Drew Webster for the Trailblazers' lone goal
The Trailblazers' Dillon Wager stopped one shot on the day.
MCLA women's soccer
NORTH ADAMS -- The Trailblazers couldn't hold off the Vikings at home, losing their first conference game 4-1.
Keisha Devoe had the lone Trailblazer goal coming in the 73rd minute when she received a through ball from Lindsay Borbolla.
The Vikings outshot the Trailblazers 29-7 on the afternoon.
Williams men's soccer
HARTFORD, Conn. -- The Ephs converted a pair of corner kicks to pick up their fourth straight win to start the season, a 3-1 decision over Trinity.
The win keeps Williams (4-0 overall, 3-0 NESCAC) perfect on the young season.
The Ephs started quick against the Bantams, scoring just 1:29 into the match off a corner. Pat Ebobisse sent the ball in high to the back post. Mohammed Rashid headed it down and Matt Ratajczak put it home.
Less than three minutes later, Trinity found an equalizer, but it was the only one it could muster. Williams took the lead for good on a low, hard strike from Matt Muralles from well outside the box.
Williams women's soccer
HARTFORD, Conn. -- They waited and waited and waited. They found themselves in a one-goal hole with time dwindling down. Then the Ephs (2-0, 2-0) cashed in for two goals in the final 7:20 to steal a 2-1 victory over Trinity.
Midfielder Caitlyn Clark found Alison Magruder for her second goal of the year in the 83rd minute.
Then, with the game appearing to be heading for overtime, senior Chloe Kuh decided it was the perfect time for her first career goal at Williams and tallied an unassisted marker in the 87th minute.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Coming off an emphatic conference win at Connecticut College on Friday, the Ephs continued their success with a 3-0 (25-17, 25-15, 25-23) triumph over Wesleyan on Saturday.
In the opening set, Wesleyan used three aces in the first nine points for a 6-3 lead. It extended the lead to 12-7 before Williams woke up and took over. An ace by Ryan Farley gave the Ephs their first lead of the match, 15-14. Claire Miller then served Williams to within three points of the set, and the Ephs closed out the set.
Williams cruised in the second set, but Wesleyan was ready in the third. Wesleyan's last lead of the set was 20-18. A block by Katherine Lane tied the game at 20, and Emily O'Day recorded an ace. Wesleyan tied the set at 23, but Williams powered through for the final two points.
Williams men's golf
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- Williams had its first disappointing round of the season Sunday on Day 2 of the Duke Nelson Invitational. After holding an 8-stroke lead after Day 1, the Ephs posted a poor 321 to finish fourth with a total score of 619.
Williams' Ross Bowen (148) posted a steady 77 on Sunday to earn a third-place finish individually. He was the lone Eph golfer to break 80 Sunday.