Women's Soccer

2017 RECORD:3-2-0; NESCAC:1-1-0; NR: 12 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES: 16 NESCAC TITLES: 4 ('01, '03, '11, '16)

2017 Amherst Women's Soccer News

  • No. 12 Amherst Tops Wentworth, 3-1
    September 17, 2017
    Three different Mammoths found the back of the net as the No. 12 Amherst College women’s soccer team downed the Wentworth Institute of Technology, 3-1 Sunday afternoon at Sweeney Field.
  • No. 12 Mammoths Edged by Middlebury, 2-1
    September 16, 2017
    The Mammoths took an early 1-0 lead behind an unassisted tally from Delancey King ’18 and outshot the Panthers, 13-8, however a score by Amanada Dafonte in the 61st minute proved too much to overcome as the No. 12 Amherst College women’s soccer team fell to Middlebury College, 2-1 Saturday afternoon at Hitchcock Field.
  • No. 12 Women's Soccer falls to Springfield, 2-0
    September 13, 2017
    The Mammoths registered several dangerous scoring opportunities, but were unable to find nylon as the No. 12 Amherst College women's soccer team fell to Springfield College, 2-0 Wednesday evening at Hitchcock Field.
  • Guzzi Notches Game-Winner as No. 14 Amherst Shuts Out Bowdoin, 1-0
    September 09, 2017
    Not giving up on the play, Hannah Guzzi ’18 slid her own rebound past the Polar Bear keeper with 11:30 remaining as the No. 14 Amherst College women’s soccer team battled past Bowdoin College, 1-0 Saturday afternoon at Hitchcock Field.
  • Six Mammoths Find Nylon as No. 14 Amherst Downs Mount Holyoke, 10-0
    September 07, 2017
    Opening the season in impressive fashion, the No. 14 Amherst College women’s soccer team netted eight first half goals and added two scores in the second stanza to power past Mount Holyoke College, 10-0 in a non-conference tilt at the MHC Soccer Field.  
  • Women's Soccer Season Preview: Experienced Core Ready to Defend NESCAC Title
    September 05, 2017
    The No. 14 Amherst College women’s soccer team gears up for 2017 looking to build on the successes of a historic season that saw the Mammoths capture the programs’ fourth-ever league crown and advance to the Third Round of NCAA play.