Continuing to rake in the post-season accolades after an impressive winter season, three Amherst College women's hockey players have been named to the D3hockey.com All-Region East team as recently announced by the organization. Caitlyn Ryan '17 and Alex Toupal '18 each earned a Second Team nod, while Erin Martin '16 was named to the Third Team.
Senior captain and forward Erin Martin, junior defenseman Caitlyn Ryan, and sophomore forward Alex Toupal have been named to the NCAA Division II/III New England Women’s Hockey All-Star Team as announced recently by the New England Hockey Writers Association.
Amherst College’s Caitlyn Ryan ’17 and Alex Toupal ’18 were each named CCM Division III Second Team East All-Americans by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) as recently announced by the organization.
Sabrina Dobbins ’18 racked up 35 saves in a stellar effort in goal for the Purple & White, however a three-goal second period was too much to overcome as the No. 6/5 Amherst College women’s ice hockey team fell to No. 1/1 SUNY Plattsburgh, 5-0, in Saturday afternoon’s 2016 NCAA Division III Championship First Round matchup.
The No. 6/5 Amherst College women's ice hockey team takes the road for the First Round of the NCAA Division III Championship, traveling to No. 1/1 SUNY Plattsburgh in Plattsburgh, N.Y. for a matchup on Saturday, March 12. The puck is set to drop at 3 p.m.
The No. 6/5 Amherst College women's ice hockey team garnered an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Championship. One of only eight programs in the country that will advance to the national postseason tournament, the Purple & White are set to travel to No. 1/1 SUNY Plattsburgh on Saturday, March 12 with the puck set to drop at Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena at 3 p.m.
The No. 4/4 and second-seeded Amherst College women’s ice hockey team fell to top-seeded Middlebury College in overtime, 5-4, in a back-and-forth and hard fought NESCAC Championship title matchup at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vt.
Lynndy Smith ’17 and Alex Toupal ’18 each notched a score in the second stanza as the No. 4/4 and second-seeded Amherst College women’s ice hockey team shut out third-seeded Connecticut College, 3-0, in Saturday afternoon’s NESCAC Semifinal matchup at top-seeded Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vt.
The No. 4/4 and second-seeded Amherst College women’s ice hockey team is primed to take on third-seeded Connecticut College in a NESCAC Championship semifinal matchup on Saturday, March 5 at 4 p.m. pm the campus of No. 1 seed Middlebury College at Kenyon Arena.
Three Amherst College women's ice hockey student-athletes garnerned All-NESCAC honors as announced by the league office Tuesday afternoon. Caitlyn Ryan '17 and Alex Toupal '18 eached earned a first team nod, while senior captain Erin Martin was named to the second team for the third consecutive season.
The No. 4/4 Amherst women’s ice hockey team used an overtime goal by Kateyln Pantera ’19 and a stellar 34 save performance by Sabrina Dobbins ’18 to defeat Bowdoin College, 2-1, in a thrilling NESCAC quarterfinal matchup at Orr Rink Saturday afternoon.
The No. 4/4 Amherst College women’s ice hockey team wrapped up the regular season with a 20-1-3 overall record and a 13-1-2 mark in league action to secure the second overall seed in the upcoming NESCAC Championship tournament. The Purple & White will play host to seventh-seeded Bowdoin College in quarterfinal play on Saturday, Feb. 27, with the puck set to drop at Orr Rink at 3 p.m.
The No. 5/4 Amherst College women’s ice hockey team scored two goals in both the first and second stanza and senior captain Erin Martin’16 tallied her second hat trick of the season as the Purple & White powered past Hamilton College, 5-0, in Saturday afternoon’s NESCAC tilt at Orr Rink.
Senior assistant captain Eileen Harris was sensational for the Purple & White, scoring twice in the second stanza to help lift No. 5/5 Amherst to a 3-2 victory over Saint Anselm in a non-conference matchup at Orr Rink Wednesday evening.
Assistant captain Eileen Harris ’16 tied the score at two apiece with 2:22 to play, however the No. 6/3 Amherst College women’s hockey team suffered its first loss of the season, 3-2, to Bowdoin College at Watson Arena Friday evening in NESCAC action.
The No. 6/3 Amherst College women’s hockey team used goals by assistant captain Caroline Bomstein ’16 and Brenna Sullivan ’18 to battle to a 2-2 overtime tie with No. 2/2 Elmira College in Tuesday evenings non-conference contest at Murray Athletic Center.