Senior forward Jocelyn Hunyadi of the Amherst College women’s hockey team has been named to the 2018-19 Google Cloud Academic All-America Division III At-Large Third Team, as voted on by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), for her combined excellence on the ice and in the classroom.
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.
GREENWOD, Ind. – Amherst College senior Jocelyn Hunyadi has been named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA).
HADLEY, Mass. - Last Friday, 111 Amherst College student-athletes were named to the 2019 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Winter All-Academic team for their success in the classroom, while eight Mammoths were named to the All-Sportsmanship Team.
Angelina Wiater ’22 cut the Mammoths’ deficit to one midway through the contest, however a balanced offensive attack by the Ephs proved too much to overcome as the fifth-seeded Amherst College women’s hockey team fell to top-seed and national No. 7 Williams College, 3-1 Saturday afternoon in a NESCAC Semifinals battle at Lansing Chapman Rink.
The fifth-seeded Amherst College women's ice hockey team is set to take on top-seeded and archrival Williams College in 2019 NESCAC Championship Semifinal action this weekend. The first of two matchups on the day, Amherst will hit the ice on Saturday, March 2 at 1 p.m. at Lansing Chapman Rink in Williamstown, Mass.
The Bantams forced overtime with a last second score, however Jamie McNamara ’19 needed just 3:39 to net the game-winner in OT as the fifth-seeded Amherst College women’s hockey team edged fourth-seeded Trinity College, 3-2 in a NESCAC Championship Quarterfinals bout Saturday evening at the Koeppel Community Center.
The fifth-seeded Amherst College women's ice hockey team is set to travel to No. 4 seed Trinity College this Saturday, Feb. 23 for a NESCAC Championship Quarterfinal battle at the Koeppel Community Center. The puck is set to drop at 4:30 p.m.
The Mammoths never relinquished their early lead in Sunday’s Senior Day matchup, as the Amherst College women’s hockey team closed out the regular season with a 2-1 win over Little III rival Wesleyan University at Orr Rink.
Senior Katelyn Pantera netted the contest’s lone goal with time winding down in the second period as the Amherst College women’s hockey team shut out Little III rival Wesleyan University, 1-0 Saturday afternoon at Spurrier-Snyder Rink.
The Mammoths outscored the home team 3-2 across the final two periods to battle back from an early 3-0 deficit, however the hot start by the Cardinals proved too much to overcome as the Amherst College women's hockey team fell to No. 3/2 Plattsburgh State, 5-3 Saturday afternoon at Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena.
The Mammoths outshot the Panthers 53-21, however a two-score first stanza by the home team proved too much to overcome as the Amherst College women’s hockey team was edged by Plymouth State University, 2-1 Wednesday evening at Hanaway Rink.
The Mammoths battled back from a 2-0 deficit to tie things with 15 minutes to play, however a late push by the Ephs stood as the difference maker as the Amherst College women’s hockey team fell to archrival Williams, 5-2 Saturday evening at the programs 7th annual Pink in the Rink fundraiser benefitting the Cancer Connection of Northampton at Orr Rink.
A three-goal third period by the Ephs proved too much to overcome for the Mammoths, as the Amherst College women’s hockey team fell to archrival Williams College, 4-0 Friday evening at Lansing Chapman Rink.
Three different Mammoths found the back of the net in a strong all around team effort, as the Amherst College women’s hockey team overpowered No. 6/4 Norwich University, 3-1 Tuesday evening at Kreitzberg Arena. It is the first time the Mammoths have downed the Cadets since the 2015-16 season.
Miriam Eickhoff ’19 potted the game-winner while on the power play with just over five minutes remaining in regulation as the Amherst College women’s hockey team battled their way past Colby College, 2-1 Friday evening at Alfond Rink.
The Mammoths rallied to score three goals in the final 15 minutes of action as the Amherst College women’s hockey team downed Bowdoin College, 3-1 at Orr Rink Saturday afternoon to sweep the weekend series.
Amherst College women’s hockey head coach Jeff Matthews earned his 100th career victory on Saturday night, as the Mammoths netted two goals in the final seven minutes to rally past Bowdoin College, 3-2 at Orr Rink.
Sixty-five minutes was not enough to decided a winner in the conference clash, as the Amherst College women’s hockey team and No. 6/7 Middlebury College skated to a 1-1 overtime tie Friday evening at Kenyon Arena.
Kaitlin Hoang ’21 registered her first career hat trick, including the game-winner, and Emma Flynn ’21 had a hand in all four of the Mammoths’ goals as the Amherst College women’s hockey team edged William Smith, 4-2, to clinch the weekend sweep Sunday afternoon at Orr Rink.
In an exciting back-and-forth battle, first-year Angelina Wiater’s first career goal stood as the difference maker as the Amherst College women’s hockey team dealt visiting William Smith College its first loss of the winter, 4-3 Saturday afternoon at Orr Rink.
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.