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UPDATE: The Ephs storm it, coming from behind to present Coach Alison Swain ’11 with another National Championship. Congratulations on a well-played, tough contest (made even sweeter by taking revenge on the Jeffs for winning the NESCAC title).

Some details here.

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Good luck to the woman’s tennis team, who face Amherst in Georgia today for the NCAA Division III championship. Led by Williams’s own Alison Swain ’01 (pictured above), who co-captained the team to its first national championship in 2001 and coached the Eph players to the 2008 championship in her first year at the helm, second-ranked Williams is looking for revenge against a top-ranked Amherst team that has beaten them in two of their three encounters this year, denying the Ephs the NESCAC title.

The match begins at 1 P.M. The weather is unsettled: overcast with the chance of rain increasing and temperatures starting in the 70s with the heat expected to rise until cooled by rains. The Ephs had a relatively easy semifinal against Emory yesterday morning. Chicago gave Amherst a tough fight in the afternoon. 

If anyone finds a way to follow the match, please let us know. Is there anyone down there who could tweet about it?

Go Williams!

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