WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Williams College men's soccer team brought a six-game unbeaten streak and a No. 19 national ranking into Saturday's game with Utica at Cole Field.
The visiting Pioneers forced overtime, but Patrick Ebobisse's goal 1 minute, 17 seconds into extra time gave the Ephs a 1-0 win.
MCLA men's soccer
NORTH ADAMS -- Visiting Framingham State needed two overtimes to knock off MCLA 1-0.
The Trailblazers (3-6, 1-2 in MASCAC), were outshot 30-13 and goalie Dillon Wager had 13 saves. The one he didn't stop came in the 109th minute when Ryan Boughter headed in a free kick by Mark Banford. Framingham (3-4, 2-1) had five saves by goalie Sam Yoder.
MCLA women's soccer
FRAMINGHAM -- Host Framingham State (4-4, 2-1) scored four times in the first half to beat MCLA 4-0.
Marissa D'Angelo and Marisa Parent each scored twice for the Rams. D'Angelo's goal at 43:40 accounted for the final score.
Danielle Heinsohn had 11 saves for MCLA (3-6, 1-2).
MCLA cross country
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- It was a good day for the MCLA women's cross country team, finishing second in the St. Joseph Invitational. MCLA had 32 points, seven behind winner Framingham State (25). St. Joseph (85) was third.
Framinham's Elena Cox won the 5-kilometer race in 21 minutes, 17 seconds. She led a 1-2-3 Framingham finish. MCLA's Dani Sylvester was fourth in 22:34, and led a 4-5-6 MCLA finish.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- The Ephs shot a a 323 on Sunday to claim the NESCAC tournament on Sunday.
Rain drenched the palyers and course half way through the day, allowing just four scores in the 70s.
Williams' Georgiana Salant went wire-to-wire to repeat her win at the Middlebury Invitational and notch her fourth career individual win.
Williams men's golf
AMHERST -- Trinity's even-par team score on Sunday clinched the Bantams the right to host the NESCAC Championships in the spring. Williams finished in second place with a total score of 607. Its Sunday score of 300 allowed the Ephs to jump past Hamilton.
NORTH ADAMS -- Kean University went 3-0 to capture the MCLA Volleyball Invitational on Saturday in North Adams. The Cougars went 3-0 to capture the title. Cougar Samantha Sacco was named the tournament's most outstanding player.
MCLA went 1-2 during the tournament, dropping their first two contests before rallying to beat Daniel Webster in four sets.
MCLA's Kelley Bryant and Julia Christian made the All-Tournament Team.
WILLIMSTOWN -- The Ephs shut out visiting Colby 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-8) to improve to 4-1 in the NESCAC.
A 10-1 run in the third set allowed Williams to quickly dispatch Colby. Katherine Lane had game-highs in kills (12) and blocks (7).