Buckley advances in NCAA Woman of the Year selection process

William Smith College soccer player Madeline Buckley '15 was one of a record 147 NCAA female student-athletes named 2015 Woman of the Year honorees by conferences and independent schools. The honorees were selected from the record 480 school nominees and represent college athletes from 18 different sports spanning all three NCAA divisions. Of those recognized, 57 honorees competed in Division I, ...
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2 Herons take home medals for Team USA in Pan Am Games

Former William Smith College sailors Kathleen Tocke '95 and Caroline Patten '11 medaled for Team USA at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Patten earned a silver medal, and Tocke took home a bronze medal. Patten competed as a part of the Lightning team which secured a silver medal on Sunday, July 19. Patten, and teammates Justin Coplan and Danielle Prior, fought hard all week to keep themsel...
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2 Statesmen competing for U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships

Two members of the 2015 Hobart College soccer team are already out on the pitch competing, not in their Statesmen uniforms yet, but for the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship in Tulsa, Okla. Rising sophomore Joseph Escamilla and incoming first-year Sam Farman are competing in games that began on July 21. Escamilla is playing for the Massapequa Arsenal in the U19 age group. Farman is playing ...
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WS Athletics announces Madeline Buckley ’15 Citizenship Award

William Smith College Director of Athletics Deb Steward announced a new department award, the Madeline Buckley '15 Citizenship Award, to be presented at the annual Heron Athletics Awards Banquet beginning in 2016. "I am thrilled to announce this new William Smith Athletics department award named in Maddy's honor. Her character, teamwork and commitment to others will be recognized for generations...
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Experience the First-Year Seminar

The Classes of 2019 will soon embark on their academic careers at Hobart and William Smith Colleges--an experience that would not be complete without the quintessential First-Year Seminar, or the FSEM. First-year seminars at the Colleges are designed to stimulate intellectual curiosity, introduce academic expectations and engage students independent of future major or minor choices. From peace mo...
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