Men’s soccer prevailed over Hamilton College on Sept. 18 after losing to NESCAC foe Bowdoin on Sept. 11. The team rode its staunch defense to preserve a 1-0 advantage gained in the 16th minute for the victory.
Cedric Skerlecz '24
Men's soccer dropped their first game of the season in dramatic fashion, losing 1-0 to a tough Bowdoin team. Though shocking, the loss provides the team an opportunity to rethink their game plan and right the ship as the season progresses.
Over the weekend, the Amherst men’s and women’s golf teams both competed in the NESCAC #1 tournament. On Sunday, April 25, the women’s team also faced rival Williams at the Taconic Golf Club. On Saturday, April 24, the women’s team finished third out of five at
After a year without league play due to Covid-19 and the subsequent suspension of NESCAC sports, Amherst’s baseball and softball teams concluded their season-opening weekends with strong performances. Both the baseball and softball teams faced Wesleyan University in three game sets over the weekend. On Saturday, April 3, both
The NBA G League — the official organization of the NBA’s minor league — announced on March 12 that it had identified the player who called Santa Cruz Warriors guard Jeremy Lin “coronavirus” during a recent game. In a decision supported by Lin, the player will remain unnamed and the two
Candace Parker, the longtime face of the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks, announced on Feb. 1 her decision to sign a two-year deal with the Chicago Sky. Widely considered the biggest signing in the Sky’s history, Parker will return to her hometown, affording her the opportunity to play closer
Few basketball players finish their college careers as distinguished as Bryson Cavanaugh, captain of the women’s team at Fordham. So stellar was Cavanaugh’s performance, the 5-7 guard was on track to be drafted by the WNBA. This past month, however, Cavanaugh came out publicly as a transgender man,