Women’s ice hockey narrowly lost the NCAA Division III National Championship in the longest game in the tournament’s history. Despite the Mammoths’ resilience, they came up short in a 2-1 loss after an intense game lasting over three hours.
In this edition of Around the Herd: swim and dive impressed at the NCAA Championships, women’s lacrosse extended their winning streak, and men’s lacrosse won against Bates and York Colleges.
In this week’s edition of Around the Herd, several sports end their regular seasons, Women's Squash clinches fifth at the Kurtz Cup, and teams from Hockey to Track prepare for upcoming championships.
This year, thanks to prolonged efforts to secure funding, the Amherst Alpine Racing Team was able to have its first full season in recent memory. The team's captains reflect on a successful six weeks — full of early mornings, long bus rides, and high-speed runs.
In this week’s edition of Around the Herd, catch up on all the Mammoths’ latest results, including two wins by Women's Basketball and an Amherst athlete earning NESCAC Diver of the Year.
In this edition of Around the Herd: exceptional performances by Women's Hockey stars, Trips to California and Puerto Rico, two Mammoths of the Month, a strong start to the Track season, and more you may have missed in Amherst sports this past January!
After an away win against New Jersey City University on Sunday, Dec. 4, the Mammoths faced NESCAC rival Wesleyan the next night. They came out on top against the Cardinals, stopping a late rally to stay undefeated as they head into their final game of the semester.