While most students return to their hometowns over break, many student-athletes must remain on campus with their teams. Staff writer Maya Reiner ’25 gains insight into this unique experience.
Maya Reiner '25
Staff writer Maya Reiner ’25 sits down with three international student-athletes to gain insight into their unique adjustment process at Amherst.
Staff writer Maya Reiner ’25 provides a look into the life of dual-sport athletes, including personal details from two-sport athletes Muffie Mazambani ’24 and Jacob Bruno ’25E.
When the pandemic hit, many Amherst athletes chose to take time off from school to return for a fifth year and use all four years of their college eligibility. Maya Reiner ’25 spoke to three such athletes to gain insight into their decisions and experiences.
With the summer now in the rear view mirror, the men’s and women’s cross country teams are gearing up for their first meet of the season: the Cardinal Invitational in Middletown, Connecticut.
Traveling to Williamstown, the illness-depleted men’s and women’s track and field teams put up a strong showing at the New England Division III Outdoor Championships, earning a combined 11 All-New England honors.
Though most Amherst athletes are recruited while they are still in high school, others take a less traditional route, trying out for teams once they arrive on campus. Staff writer Maya Reiner ’25 highlights the experiences of walk-ons at Amherst.