WESTFIELD -- The Williams women's cross country team placed second at Saturday's NCAA Division-III meet held at Westfield State College.
The Ephs earned 75 points, just 17 behind MIT, who took first with 58 points.
Williams placed two runners in the top 5. Kaleigh Tousley and Adrienne Strait finished third and fourth, respectively. Brianne Mirecki was next for Williams in 17th.
The MCLA women finished tied for 47th in the regional with Salem State. Both schools earned 1,474 points.
MCLA was paced by Claire Simmons and Dani Sylvester, who crossed the line in 28:07 and 28:22, respectively.
Keri Lambert of Amherst won the individual competition in 20:48.94.
On the men's side, Williams took fourth place. The top five teams were all NESCAC institutions. Middlebury was first with 91 points. The Ephs scored 113.
Chris Lee was the top finisher for the Ephs, taking eighth place. Scott Rodilitz and Wade Davis then crossed for WIlliams in 13th and 14th place, respectively.
The MCLA men's team finished 37th in the meet.
MCLA was paced by junior Anthony Cancilla, who finished 163rd in the field of 351 runners.
Williams men's soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN -- With the score knotted at 1 apiece, Michael Madding became a postseason hero.
Madding's overtime goal in the 100th minute capped a stirring comeback that spurred No. 9 Williams past No. 13 St. Lawrence by a 2-1 count on Sunday and into the Round of 16 of this year's NCAA tournament. The win comes a day after Williams beat Thomas College by the same score.
Williams women's soccer
NORTON -- The Ephs saw their season come to an end Sunday when they lost their second game of the year.
Wheaton topped Williams 1-0 in the second round of the NCAA tournament. The loss comes a day after Williams beat Farmingdale State 2-0.