In this edition of Around the Herd: men’s and women’s soccer start their seasons strong, and cross country succeeds at the Little Three Championship with the women’s team defending their championship title.
Fall sports are in full swing as field hockey, volleyball, women’s and men’s soccer, cross country, and men’s golf all kicked off their campaigns in the past week. Here are the highlights.
After the biggest tournament in Women’s World Cup history, Managing Sports Editor (and soccer player) Liza Katz ’25E looks back on how this tournament has exemplified the sport's conflicted moment: one of women's excellence being repeatedly overshadowed by sexist systems.
As the academic year kicks off for the Mammoths, the men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and volleyball teams will play their first games of the season. In this edition of Around the Herd, The Student previews how each team may fare over the course of the season.
Front and Center columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 writes a reflection on the place of athletics at the college as well as the importance of improving athletics in the world at large, in her final column for The Student.
In this week’s Around the Herd: Lacrosse loses a tense match against NESCAC favorites Tufts; baseball falls to another Tufts squad; and Jordan Harrison ’26 sets a Track and Field record.
Staff Writer Noah Harris ’26 interviews Jordan Harrison ’26 and Arissa-Grace McGowan ’26, two NESCAC champions in track and field.