December is almost upon us, so what better way to prepare than with the top links from across the NESCAC?
Here we go:
- Other than Hamilton’s win over Skidmore, the rest of the NESCAC struggled this past weekend in men’s hockey, writes Tim Costello of USCHO.com in his ECAC East/NESCAC wrap.
- The latest D3Hoops.com top 25 polls are out. Amherst women remained No. 1, Bowdoin women moved up from 14th to 10th and Colby women inched up from 16th to 15th. On the men’s side, Middlebury is now No. 2 (up from No. 5) and Amherst is now No. 3 (up from No. 4). Williams dropped from 3rd to 7th.
- The Conn. College men’s basketball team’s Hoops for Hunger Drive is continuing.
- A former All-NESCAC player whose professional aspirations were derailed by a last-minute injury, 2003 Colby grad Bianca Belcher stumbled into the health care field, writes the Colby Magazine.
- After a slow start, Tufts women’s basketball got back on the winning track with a rout against Brandeis, writes Alex Baudoin of the Tufts Daily.
- Wow. After an embezzlement conviction, Middlebury political science professor Kateri Carmola is leaving her post at the school, writes Sam Hemmingway of the Burlington Free Press.
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