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Mammoths Get Back To Winning Ways, Shut Out Camels 3-0 The Mammoths struck in all three periods and Dan Dachille '23 registered 35 saves to post the shut out as the Amherst College men’s ice hockey team got back in the win column with a 3-0 road victory over Connecticut College Friday evening at Dayton Arena.
Walker Nabs Career-High 43 Saves as Amherst Battles Ephs to Scoreless Draw Caitlin Walker ’22 racked up a career-high 43 saves in the cage and the Mammoths peppered the visitors with 34 shots, however neither side was able to get the best of the opposing keeper as the Amherst College women’s ice hockey team battled archrival Williams College to a 0-0 overtime tie Friday evening at Orr Rink.
Stout Second Half Scoring Paves Way for 85-71 Triumph over Bates LEWISTON, Maine – Only up two heading into halftime, No. 22 Amherst men’s basketball outscored Bates College 52-40 in the second half to secure their 11th win on the season, 85-71, in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play Friday night at Alumni Gym.
Key Third Quarter Lifts No. 4 Women’s Basketball over Bates AMHERST, Mass. – Holding the Bobcats from scoring for over eight minutes to open the second half, No. 4 Amherst College women’s basketball prevailed in a defense-driven New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) bout on Friday night at LeFrak Gymnasium.
No. 14 Panthers Fend off No. 16 Women’s Squash MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Despite forcing five sets in three of the nine competitions, No. 16 Amherst College women’s squash fell to No. 14 Middlebury, 9-0, in their second match of the New Year on Thursday evening at Bostwick Family Squash Center.
No. 21 Mammoths Suffer 9-0 Loss to No. 19 Middlebury MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – In their third match of the season, No. 21 Amherst College men’s squash suffered a 9-0 defeat at the hands of No. 19 Middlebury on Thursday evening at Bostwick Family Squash Center.
Giammattei Voted D3soccer's Forward of the Year, Coleman Third Team All-America Senior captain and midfielder Cutler Coleman and sophomore forward German Giammattei of the Amherst College men's soccer team continued to reap the benefits of an record-breaking season Wednesday, with the duo each named toD3soccer.com's All-America teams.
Amherst Makes It Six In a Row as Big Second Period Drives Win Over No. 6 Norwich Extending its winning streak to six games, the Amherst College women’s hockey team used two power play scores from Kaitlin Hoang ’21 and four assists from Mia DelRosso ’21 to down sixth-ranked Norwich University, 4-1, Tuesday evening in a non-conference battle at Orr Rink.
Men's Ice HockeyMammoths Get Back To Winning Ways, Shut Out Camels 3-0
Women's Ice HockeyWalker Nabs Career-High 43 Saves as Amherst Battles Ephs to Scoreless Draw
Men's BasketballStout Second Half Scoring Paves Way for 85-71 Triumph over Bates
Women's BasketballKey Third Quarter Lifts No. 4 Women’s Basketball over Bates
Women's SquashNo. 14 Panthers Fend off No. 16 Women’s Squash
Men's SquashNo. 21 Mammoths Suffer 9-0 Loss to No. 19 Middlebury
Men's SoccerGiammattei Voted D3soccer's Forward of the Year, Coleman Third Team All-America
Women's Ice HockeyAmherst Makes It Six In a Row as Big Second Period Drives Win Over No. 6 Norwich
Athletes Of The Week
"Andrew is one of the hardest workers on the team, which is well respected and noted by each of his teammates."Andrew Leung ' 22
"Lindsey has shown her commitment to excellence in her academics, diving, and in being a continued pillar of support for her teammates."Lindsey Ruderman '21
Women's Swimming and Diving