The No. 23 Amherst College Men’s Basketball team got back to their winning ways Tuesday evening at Lefrak Gymnasium, breaking away from non-conference foe Springfield College in the final minutes to claim a 71-66 victory over the Pride.
Two quick scores midway through the second period proved to be enough for the Soaring Eagles as the Amherst College women’s ice hockey team fell to No. 2 Elmira College, 2-0 Sunday afternoon at the Murray Athletic Center.
Three quick scores by the Mammoths in a five minute span proved to be enough for the Amherst College women’s ice hockey team as a two-goal effort by Katie Savage ’19 directed the team to a 3-2 upset victory over No. 2 Elmira College Saturday evening at the Murray Athletic Center.
NEWTON, Mass. -- The No. 21 Amherst College men’s basketball team bounced back from their first loss of the year with an 89-62 victory over Lasell College in a non-conference affair on Saturday afternoon at the Lasell Athletic Center.
Patrick Daly ’20 registered three of the Mammoths four unanswered scores to notch a hat trick in the final two periods as the Amherst College men’s ice hockey team toppled Middlebury College, 4-1 Saturday afternoon at Orr Rink to extend their unbeaten streak to four games.
AMHERST, MA- The Amherst College Mammoths continued their undefeated season with a 74-30 win over Bridgewater State University in non-conference women’s basketball action Saturday afternoon at LeFrak Gymnasium.
Andrew Yamin '19 of the Amherst College football team has been named to D3football.com's All-East Region Second Team for his play on the defensive side of the ball, as recently announced by the organization.
Phil Johansson ’19 netted what stood as the game-winning tally 6:45 into the second period as the Amherst College men’s ice hockey team held on to upset archrival and No. 14 No. 14 Williams College, 1-0 Friday evening at Orr Rink.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – For the second straight year, Hannah Guzzi ’18 has been selected as a Scholar All-American by the United Soccer Coaches, while teammate Delancey King ’18 joined Guzzi on the Scholar All-Region East Team.
BABSON PARK, Mass. – It looked as though Amherst College men’s basketball, was headed for their fourth victory over Babson College in the last three years, but the Mammoths were called for a foul on a three-point heave and Babson sophomore Shyeim Ulrickson knocked down three free throws with 0.5 seconds remaining to help Babson defeat Amherst, 72-71, in non-conference action on Thursday night at Staake Gymnasium.
Senior midfielder Elizabeth Turnbull of the Amherst College field hockey team has been named to the Longstreth / National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III All-America Second Team, as announced by the organization Wednesday.
Senior tailback Hasani Figueroa of the Amherst College football team is set to play in the annual National Bowl presented by SPIRAL / East Preps this Sunday, Dec. 19 at Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Bailey Plaman ’18 registered 33 stops in net and the Mammoths sent a shot off the post, however a first period score by the Cadets proved to be the difference maker as the Amherst College women’s ice hockey was edged by No. 1 Norwich University, 2-0 Wednesday evening at Orr Rink.
AMHERST, Mass. – Using big runs at the end of the first half and the beginning of the second, No. 21 Amherst College finally shook off Anna Maria College and rolled to a 78-41 victory over the AMCATS in non-conference men’s basketball action on Tuesday evening at LeFrak Gymnasium.
AMHERST, Mass. --Amherst women's lacrosse player Dakota Foster '18 has been selected as a recipient of the 2018 Marshall Scholarship, awarded to just 43 students across the country. Foster, who wants to pursue a career in public service, has played 22 games as a midfielder for the Mammoths, and has seven career goals and one assist.
Connor Girard ’18 racked up 39 stops, including 22 in the opening period, and the Mammoths potted two power play scores as the Amherst College men’s ice hockey team play No. 4 Trinity College to a 3-3 overtime tie Sunday evening at Orr Rink.
An exciting battle from start to finish that saw each side earn a penalty shot and the Mammoths own a 41-18 edge in shot differential ended in a draw, as the Amherst College men’s ice hockey team and Little III rival Wesleyan fought to a 3-3 overtime tie Saturday evening at Orr Rink.
AMHERST, Mass.- The Amherst College women’s squash team continued their undefeated start to the 2017-18 season by grabbing wins against Connecticut College and Northeastern University on Saturday. Both ends of this home round robin at Davenport Courts ended in 9-0 wins for the Mammoths.
AMHERST, Mass.- The Amherst College Mammoths stay perfect following their round robin match on Saturday at Davenport Courts. The Mammoths nabbed 9-0 victories over Connecticut College and Northeastern University.
Senior co-captain Alex Toupal dished out an assist on the Mammoths first score to record her 100th career point and the Amherst College women’s ice hockey team logged another dominant performance on the power play to topple Trinity College, 4-1 Saturday afternoon at the Koeppel Community Center.
BOSTON, Mass. – Amherst saw four of its five starters score in double digits and was anchored by an 18 point effort from Grant Robinson ‘21, who went 7-for-12 on the day with nine assists and three rebounds as the Mammoths beat Emerson College 78-65 in non-conference men’s basketball action Saturday afternoon at Brown & Plofker Gym.
Tied at 2-2 following two periods of play, the Amherst College women’s ice hockey team opened the floodgates in the final 20 minutes of action, netting four unanswered goals to race past Trinity, 6-2 Friday evening.
Elizabeth Turnbull ’18, Caroline Fiore ’18 and Kendall Codey ’18 of the Amherst College field hockey team have been named to the Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) New England West All-Region Teams, as announced recently by the organization.
Junior harrier Tucker Meijer '19 of the Amherst College men’s cross country team was recently featured on SB Nation’s outsports.com for his 25:34.18 effort at the 2017 NCAA Championships. Securing 112th overall, Meijer helped lead the Mammoths to a fourth place finish – their best finish at the national meet in program history!