The women’s soccer team fell in a tightly contested NESCAC bout against Tufts on Saturday, but bounced back with a convincing victory against Emerson College on Tuesday night.
Violet Glickman '25
Much of the roster is still intact from last season, and with their sights set high on their sixth NESCAC Championship and a return to the NCAA Championships, the women’s soccer team is ready to kick off their year.
For the first time since 2019, the men’s and women’s track and field teams took to Pratt Field on Saturday, April 9, hosting their only home meet of the year. Despite the ominous storm clouds overshadowing the day (and causing two rain delays), the Mammoths shone through.
Amherst collected their top-three NESCAC spot for the third consecutive year, bringing home ten All-NESCAC awards among seven athletes. The team also returned with two new school records in the 1650-yard freestyle and the 200-yard butterfly.
Despite the cancellation of their annual training trip to Puerto Rico, the women’s and men’s swim and dive team has been hard at work over interterm, facing off against Union College, Williams, Connecticut College, and Springfield College.
In a pair of road victories last week, over Emmanuel College and conference rivals Wesleyan University, the women's basketball stretched their unbeaten streak to seven games to begin the season, Violet Glickman '25 writes.
Over the November break, both the women’s and men’s swim and dive teams blew Colby out of the water in their season opener. Then successfully defended their Little Three supremacy against Wesleyan just two days later.