Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a series of 11 preseason stories looking at men’s lacrosse teams in the NESCAC, regarded as the strongest league in Division 3, counting down to the season openers in late February.
Few teams return the proven firepower that Williams does this season. The other scary thing for opponents? That might not even be its biggest asset.
One year after enjoying a breakthrough season that carried all the way to the Division 3 final four, the Ephs are back and look poised to continue that success, which also included them coming within an overtime goal of winning the NESCAC tournament championship.
“We’re excited about having a good amount of guys coming back from last year’s team,” 17th-year coach George McCormack said. “That continuity is always huge going forward.”