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Commencement 2007
The usher's tale
Women's works
Steloff Lecture brings von Trotta and Atwood
Skidmore teams with Carnegie and Juilliard First residency in October
For the record Making, and mentoring, music
Faculty retirees Levith, Tacardon, Sweet, Zangrando
Professoriat What the faculty are up to
Thinking ahead Brooklyn teens get a taste of college life
Books Faculty and alumni authors
One foot out the door Periclean Scholar award winners
Business casual Quirky performance art
Creative kleptomania Top composer advocates artistic license
Sportswrap Spring sports highlights


SportsWrap



Golf. The team qualified for its twenty-first straight national tournament, where it finished sixteenth of thirty-five teams.

Lacrosse. After an 0-5 start,the men won six of their last seven games. Finishing second (behind St. Lawrence) in the Liberty League tournament, the T’breds won the league’s Coaching Staff of the Year award. The women’s 2-14 season included a big win over RPI.

Tennis. Returning to nationals for the first time since 2001, the women won their opening match and then lost to Williams. The men took second in the Liberty League, beating Hobart in the semifinals before succumbing to Vassar.

Riding. The team won its region for the eighth straight time. At nationals, Jessica Schroff ’08 took an individual first in open equitation over fences, but the team finished eighth.

Crew. The women's varsity eight was ranked fourteenth nationally after taking third in the New York State championships, where the men’s lightweight four and the women’s novice four each won gold medals.

Softball. The squad enjoyed its new dirt-infield and long-turf diamond: it won its first eight home games. The T’breds went 14-21, for the most wins in the past nine seasons.

Baseball. The T’breds won their last four games of the season to claim the final berth in the Liberty League tournament. Once there, they knocked off RPI and St. Lawrence to win the league title and earn a spot in the NCAA nationals for the second time in three years. Freshman pitcher Spencer Marcus (at right) had wins in league and national play.

T’bred hotline. For all team results and player awards, call 518-580-5393 anytime or click here.

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