Hitting the three-goal mark for the third time in five games, a two score second period propelled the Mammoths to victory as the Amherst College field hockey team shut out Endicott College, 3-0 Tuesday evening at Gooding Field.
The Mammoths got back into striking distance with 14 minutes remaining in regulation, however two quick scores by the Continentals stifled the comeback effort as the No. 17 Amherst College field hockey team fell to No. 19 Hamilton College, 4-1 Saturday afternoon at Goodfriend Field.
Netting the most goals in a single game since 2015 and tying the second highest single-game total in program history, the No. 17 Amherst College field hockey team cruised past Keene State College, 9-0 Wednesday evening at Gooding Field.
Opening their 2019 NESCAC slate with a tough, back-and-forth battle, the No. 20 Amherst College field hockey team was unable to withstand a late push by the visitors that saw them force overtime with time winding down as No. 15 Bowdoin College claimed the 2-1 victory Saturday afternoon at Gooding Field.
Starting off the 2019 season with a bang, the No. 20 Amherst College field hockey team found the back of the net in all four quarters to power past Five College rival Mount Holyoke, 5-1 Thursday evening at the Turf and Track Complex.
The Field Hockey team kicks off the new season tonight, Thursday, Sept. 5 with a 5:30 PM matchup at Mount Holyoke! ---------------------------------- Videography: Amherst Athletic Communications / Editor: Eliza Laycock '20