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NESCAC Baseball Thread

Williams is about to play Tufts. Instructions for watching are below. Consider this an open thread for discussion. Click here to watch starting at 3 PM (LINK UPDATED – should be working now). Live stats may be available here.

Cross-post from Williams Athletics:

All of the games in the NESCAC Tournament are being offered for FREE as live video webcasts.

(Note: The Friday (5/8) game between Wesleyan and Trinity has been pushed back to 3:30 p.m.)

LiveStats from both games are available HERE.

To watch games played at Wahconah Park in Pittsifeld, MA Click Here.

When the next page opens Click on the words underlined in blue next to the TV icon that read — Click Here to Watch and follow the prompts.

If a video webcast is not possible from the off-campus site then an audio online broadcast will be offered for FREE onTEAMLINE.

For all games played on the Williams College campus at Bobby Coombs Field you may need to download a program to access the contests.

Instructions for Microsoft Windows computers:

The broadcast is in Windows Media format, and can be played using Windows Media Player. Almost every computer running Windows will have Windows Media Player installed; if yours doesn’t you can download it for free usingWindows Update.

Instructions for Apple Macintosh:

The broadcast is in Windows Media format, and can be played using the Flip4Mac component for QuickTime. Flip4Mac is a free download from Microsoft and easy to install.

Installing Flip4Mac:
 Download Flip4Mac.  The installer should run automatically. Follow the instructions to complete the installation. If you have any problems with the installer or using the component, check the Flip4Mac support web site.

To watch the NESCAC baseball broadcasts from the Williams campus Click Here or Here

Note: The link will appear to be broken until the contest begins.

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#1 Comment By sophmom On May 8, 2009 @ 4:21 pm

This is terrific, Ronit. Thanks!

It looks like a nice day in Williamstown. Ephs are up, 6-4.

The ESPN game was a lot of fun to watch. The commentators seem to have done their homework on the players. They were going on about how smart you have to be to get into Williams, and seemed particularly delighted that Dan Grossman, (the bespectacled Eph pitcher who is also a chess champ) had the “look” of an academic. Of course, it was meant in humor…

#2 Comment By frank uible On May 8, 2009 @ 6:07 pm

Our scholars are better athletes than other people’s athletes are scholars.

#3 Comment By Soph Mom On May 8, 2009 @ 6:12 pm

Well said, Mr, Uible, and at least partly demonstrated with an 18-5 win over Tufts.

Congrats to the baseball team!

#4 Comment By sophmom On May 9, 2009 @ 10:18 pm

Rough day for men’s baseball.

First, they lost to Trinity, 8-3, in game 4 of the NESCAC championship…

…and then they started game 5 (their second with Tufts) and were trailing 13-9 when the game was suddenly halted by the “lightening conductor alarm”, and postponed until tomorrow morning, 9am.

Okay, I am a bit on edge about the state of affairs of men’s Varsity baseball, but not enough that I can’t segue here into…

…what the heck is the “lightening conductor alarm”, and how exactly does it work? Does it sound off suddenly and without warning, and cause everything to stop?

Pray tell?

#5 Comment By JeffZ On May 10, 2009 @ 9:06 am

Looks like the Ephs are indeed on the ropes; game has continued and it will take a miraculous comeback to beat Tufts to stay alive. The Ephs have a lot of young talent with many frosh who played well this year, so they should continue to improve.

On another baseball note, another article on the Amherst-Williams anniversary game:

http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/articles/2009/05/10/way_back/