Three Amherst College squash players were honored when the NESCAC announced its 2011 All-Conference selections today. Hayley Milbourn ’11 (Baltimore, MD) and Evelyn Kramer ’14 (Brooklyn, NY) were named to the women’s Second Team, while Andrew Kriete ’11 (Chatham, NJ) represented the Lord Jeffs on the men’s Second Team.
At the Women’s Squash National Team Championships this past weekend, Amherst College’s Mimi Bell ’11 (Shaker Heights, OH) was honored with the Ann Wetzel Award as the nation’s most accomplished senior player who picked up squash in college.
The 13th-ranked Amherst College women’s squash team closed its season with an 8-1 loss to 10th-ranked Middlebury College Sunday morning in a Women’s National Championship consolation match held at Princeton University.
The 13th-ranked Amherst College women’s squash team earned a 7-2 win over 16th-ranked George Washington University Saturday morning in a Women’s National Championship consolation match held at Princeton University.
The Amherst College women’s squash team kicked off its weekend with an 8-1 loss to Bates College in the opening round of the Women’s National Championships Friday afternoon at Princeton University. The Lord Jeffs will continue their tournament run tomorrow morning in the consolation bracket.
The Amherst College women’s squash team posted a 1-1 record on day two of the 2011 NESCAC Championships to move to 13-6 on the season. The Lord Jeffs will wrap up their tournament Sunday at 9 a.m. when they take on Hamilton College at tournament host Trinity.
Amherst College placed second at the 2011 Little Three Squash Championships, as the Lord Jeff men's and women's teams each defeated Wesleyan University before suffering a 7-2 loss to Williams College. The Ephmen and Ephwomen claimed their 12th consecutive Little Three titles.
The Amherst College men’s and women’s squash teams each posted a pair of impressive 9-0 wins this afternoon against NESCAC rivals Hamilton College and Tufts University. The pair of wins for both squads pushes the men’s team’s record to 9-6 on the year, while the Amherst women now sit at 11-4.
The Amherst College women’s squash team posted a 3-0 record on the third and final day of the Pioneer Valley Invitational, earning 9-0 victories over Connecticut College and Wellesley College before closing out the weekend with an 8-1 win against Colby College.
The Amherst College men’s and women’s squash teams opened up the 2011 Pioneer Valley Invitational this evening with matches against Hobart on the men’s side and a pair of matches against Franklin and Marshall. The men’s team topped Hobart 9-0 before falling to F&M 9-0, while the Amherst women beat F&M 9-0 in their only match of the day.
The 14th-ranked Amherst College women’s squash team remained unbeaten on the young season with an 8-1 win over 29th-ranked Smith College Wednesday afternoon at Davenport Courts. Tonight’s result marked the seventh consecutive home victory for the Lord Jeffs, who have not lost on their home courts since Jan. 17, 2010.