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ROBESON BREAKS RECORD, CONTINENTALS DEFEAT CLARKSON
Christina Robeson scored the game-winner with 30:21 remaining as Hamilton rallied to defeat Clarkson. With the goal, her fouth of the season, Robeson became Hamilton's career scoring leader with 71 points. More ...
St. Lawrence 3 Hamilton 0
The opening goal at 23:27 by Dan Annan proved to be the game winner as the Saints blanked the Continentals 3-0. More ...
Cortland 3 Hamilton 0
Cortland, the nation's top-ranked Division III team, improved its record to 11-0 with a 3-0 win over visiting Hamilton. The Red Dragons scored three goals in the final 28 minutes to pull away from a stubborn Continental squad. More ...
CREW TO BECOME HAMILTON'S 27th AND 28th VARSITY SPORTS
Hamilton College Director of Athletics Tom Murphy announced today that men's and women's crew will become varsity sports effective with the start of the 1998-99 academic year. Crew will make up the 27th and 28th varsity sports at Hamilton. More ...
Music at Hamilton Artists Series presents Vladimir Pritsker, violin and Steven Heyman, piano
The Music at Hamilton Artists Series presents Vladimir Pritsker, violin and Steven Heyman, piano on Friday, February 13th at 8:00 pm at Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. The evening's program will include works by B More ...
CONTINENTALS SHUT OUT WINLESS GATORS, ROBESON TIES RECORD
Led by a two goal effort from Alissa Lange, Hamilton defeated Russell Sage 4-0. More ...
Clarkson 4 Hamilton 3
Stan Brener scored two goals less than a minute apart midway through the second half to lead Clarkson to the come-from behind victory. Hamilton gained a 2-1 lead at halftime scoring twice in a span of 2:49 on goals by Ke Sagnia and Brendan Forrest. More ...
Rensselaer 2 Hamilton 0
Rensselaer scored two-second half goals and improved to 9-0 on the season. More ...
WINSLOW LECTURE AT HAMILTON
Siegfried Jakel, a leading scholar in classics, history and German literature will present Greek Mythology: Homer, Hesiod, and a Glimpse of Tragedy,on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 4:15 p.m. in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center, Hamilton College. The lect More ...
TRINITY 27 HAMILTON 14
Trinity defensive back Craig Borsari ended Hamilton's comeback hopes as he returned an interception 47 yards for a touchdown with 1:13 remaining to seal the Bantams 27-14 win. Trinity improved to 3-0, its ninth straight victory. After Trinity took a More ...
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