PITTSFIELD -- Mount Greylock boys' soccer player Nathan Majumder had a goal assisted by Dan Flynn in each half to lead the Mounties to a 2-0 road win over Pittsfield on Saturday.
The senior opened the scoring in the 25th minute before adding a second tally in the 66th minute.
"I think Majumder is a pretty incredible player," said Generals coach Andrew Antil. "He can control the ball well. He naturally creates space for himself just with his skill. He's dangerous whenever he's in the zone."
Sean Houston made six stops for the shutout.
Williams men's soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN -- THe Ephs made an early goal by sophomore Luke Pierce stand up as Williams beat RPI on Sunday, 1-0.
The win keeps Williams unbeaten in 13 games and snaps an eight-game run by RPI.
Wiliams men's soccer
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Williams scored three times in the second half for a 4-0 win on Saturday.
Peter Christman, Jonathan Westling and Troy Ritter all added second-half goals. Zach Grady got the scoring started with a goal in the 30th minute.
Than Finan stopped five shots to earn the shutout.
Williams cross country
WILLIMASTOWN -- The men's cross country team competed in the Plansky Invitational on their home course on Saturday. They prevailed over Fitchburg State in a two-team battle.
The men raced 6,000 meters on a hilly, wet course at Mount Greylock High School. Lance Harden won the race in
On the women's side, three teams competed. Williams' Emily Barecca took the individual titlle, while Connecticut College took the team title.
Barecca took first in a time of 21:43. Ariana Beers and Michelle Wesley of Conn College took second and third individually with the same time of 22:03.
SOMERVILLE --Williams scored in each quarter to earn a 25-7 road victory over Tufts.
Quarterback Tom Murphy threw for 223 yards with a touchdown and one pick while Tom Wohlwender scored twice on the ground. Wohlwender rushed for 54 yards on 17 carries. The Ephs' Greg Payton had three catches for 158 yards and a touchdown.
Williams trailed 7-3 in the second quarter before scoring the final 22 points of the game. Wohlwender put the Ephs ahead with a 3-yard scoring run before Payton caught an 82-yard touchdown pass to put Williams up 15-7 at the break.
Williams women's soccer
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Carla Nicasio's 79th minute goal broke a 1-all tie and kept Williams unbeaten in NESCAC play with a 2-1 win over Colby on Saturday.
Alison Magruder had given the Ephs an early lead off a Nicasio assist in the 22nd minute before Colby's Annie Papadellis equalized in the 53rd minute. That set the stage for Nicasio's winner.
MCLA women's soccer
BRIDGEWATER -- Emily Lane's overtime goal was the only tally as Bridgewater State knocked off MCLA, 1-0 on Saturday.
The Trailblazers had only two shots all game as the hosts piled 31 on Danielle Heinsohn. But the MCLA keeper kept the ball out of the net until the extra session, finishing with 11 saves.
MCLA men's soccer
NORTH ADAMS -- Craig Shadduck scored in the 81st minute, spoiling MCLA's senior day celebration and giving Bridgewater State a 1-0 win on Saturday.
The goal came off a free kick, getting past Dillon Wager, who made seven saves in the loss. Visiting Bridgewater State finished with 22 shots, while MCLA managed 12.
HOLYOKE -- The MCLA Trailblazers swept Curry College before falling to host Bay Path on Saturday in a non-conference tri-match held at Holyoke CC. The Trailblazers are now 9-17 overall.
MCLA defeated Curry 3-0, before dropping an identical decision to the hosts in the nightcap.
In the opener, MCLA won convincingly by scores of 25-13, 25-14, and 26-24 to close out the Colonels. Angelica Perfido led MCLA with 10 kills and 14 Digs in the win. Brittany Kish added a match-high 28 assists, while Kelley Bryant had a team-high 15 Digs.
In the nightcap against Bay Path, MCLA was taken in three sets by scores of 25-23, 25-22, 25-14. Perfido once again led the Trailblazers with a team-high nine kills and 12 digs. Bryant was stout defensively again collecting 15 digs. Julia Christian chipped in with seven kills and 10 digs.
NORTHAMPTON -- Williams lost to Springfield 3-2 before getting swept by Wellesley. No further information was available.