CLEVELAND, Ohio. – For the 13th consecutive season, Amherst College has placed in the top-ten in the country when the final results of the IMG Learfield College Directors’ Cup were announced Wednesday. The Mammoths took eighth place out of 338 Division III schools in the annual competition, which ranks schools who have reached the national level of competition in each NCAA sport.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Amherst College is one of nine New Engalnd Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) schools ranked in the final fall standings of the 2018-19 Division III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup.
Senior defender Kendall Codey of the Amherst College field hockey team has been named to the 2018 Longstreth / National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III All-American Second Team, as announced by the organization Tuesday. Codey’s selection marks the 13th consecutive year Amherst has placed a player on the All-America squads.
Senior duo Kendall Codey and Shannon Tierney of the Amherst College field hockey team have been selected to the 2018 Longstreth / National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III New England West Region First Team, as recently announced by the organization.
HADLEY, Mass. - Seventy-five Amherst College student-athletes were named to the 2018 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Fall All-Academic team this Wednesday for their success in the classroom, while eight Mammoths were recognized for their dedication to sportsmanship and named to the All-Sportsmanship Team.
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) has selected defender Kendall Codey ’19 and midfielder Shannon Tierney ’19 to play in the 2018 Division III Senior Game on Nov. 17 at the Spooky Nook Sports Complex in Manheim, Pa. Codey was selected as a field player and Tierney as an alternate field player. The Mammoths are two of twelve NESCAC student-athletes invited to the event.
The Jumbos tallied markers in the opening and closing minutes of the NESCAC Championship Quarterfinal battle, as the seventh-seeded Amherst College field hockey team fell to second-seeded Tufts University, 2-0 Sunday afternoon at Ounjian Field.
The No. 7 seed entering NESCAC Championship play, the Amherst College field hockey team is set to travel to second-seeded Tufts University for a 2018 NESCAC Quarterfinal matchup this Sunday, Oct. 28. Opening whistle is slated for 12 p.m. at Ounjian Field.
Striking twice in 53 seconds, two first half scores proved enough for the visiting Bantams as the No. 20 Amherst College field hockey team fell to No. 17 Trinity College, 2-0 in their regular season finale Wednesday evening at Gooding Field.
Registering their fourth consecutive victory and second straight shut out, the No. 20 Amherst College field hockey team powered past Little III rival Wesleyan, 3-0 Saturday afternoon at Smith Field to claim the Little III title for the ninth season in a row.
Four different Mammoths found the back of the net as the No. 20 Amherst College field hockey team exploded for three second half goals to shut out Five College rival Smith, 4-0 Thursday evening at Gooding Field.
Beth Williamson ’22 notched two helpers and three different Mammoths found the back of the net as the No. 19 Amherst College field hockey team downed Bates College, 3-1 Sunday afternoon at Gooding Field on Senior Day.
Unwavering with the clock winding down, the Mammoths battled back from a 1-0 deficit late to force overtime before clinching the victory in extra minutes as the No. 19 Amherst College field hockey team edged Colby, 2-1 in a thriller Saturday afternoon at Gooding Field.
Trading scores throughout regulation, a goal by Kendall Codey ’19 to deadlock the contest with 2:35 remaining was not enough to sway a Mammoth victory, as the No. 18 Amherst College field hockey team fell to No. 15 Hamilton College, 4-3 in an overtime thriller.
Firing all 15 shots attempts on frame and capitalizing on four of their five penalty corners in the first 35 minutes of action, the No. 18 Amherst College field hockey team used a dominate five-goal first half to power past Keene State, 5-1 Thursday evening at the Owl Athletic Complex.
Playing through a consistent downpour Tuesday evening, the Mammoths came out on top at Silfen Field as Franny Daniels ’21 recorded her first collegiate hat trick to lead the No. 18 Amherst College field hockey team past Connecticut College, 3-1.
Never trailing until the Jumbos’ game-winner, the Mammoths suffered a heartbreaker at Ounjian Field despite making the most of their two shots on net, as the No. 16 Amherst College field hockey team was edged by No. 3 Tufts University, 3-2 Saturday afternoon in overtime.
A three goal first half by the Mammoths that featured two scores by sophomore Anna Agathis proved too much to overcome for the Engineers, as the No. 16 Amherst College field hockey team edged No. 19 MIT, 3-2 Tuesday evening at Gooding Field.
Netting the go-ahead goal with just 1:32 remaining in regulation, the No. 19 Amherst College field hockey team dealt archrival and No. 12 Williams College its first loss of the season, 4-3 Saturday afternoon at Gooding Field.
Down by four with 30 minutes remaining in regulation, a furious comeback bid by the Mammoths that featured three unanswered scores fell just short as the No. 19 Amherst College field hockey team was edged by top-ranked Middlebury College, 5-4 Saturday afternoon at Kohn Field.
A hot start by the Polar Bears proved too much to overcome for the Mammoths, as the No. 18 Amherst College field hockey suffered their first loss of the season, 6-2 to No. 15 Bowdoin Saturday afternoon at Ryan Field.
Starting the 2018 season off in impressive fashion, the Amherst College field hockey team broke free of an early 1-1 deadlock to record three unanswered scores and power past Mount Holyoke College, 4-1 Thursday evening at Gooding Field.
Ranked No. 18 in the NFHCA Division III Preseason National Coaches Poll, the Amherst College field hockey team hits the field in 2018 looking to make a splash in the perennially tough NESCAC after posting a 10-6 overall ledger and a 5-5 mark in conference play a season ago.