Nine Mammoths are representing Amherst College indoor track & field as All-Americans after being tabbed by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) for their stellar performances throughout the winter.
Amherst College athletic teams saw 104 student-athletes land 2020 Spring New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) All-Academic Team distinction as a result of their dedication to both academic and athletic excellence.
The Amherst College women's indoor track & field team wrapped up regular season competition Saturday, putting together a strong showing at the Brown Invitational at the Olney-Margolies Athletic Center.
Moving the season total to three, two more records fell this weekend at the David Hemery Valentine Invitational hosted by Boston University as the sophomore 4x400 relay quartet of Anna Madden, Katie Lingen, Sam Tichelaar, and Juanita Jaramillo and junior 60m hurdler Ella Rossa rewrote the Amherst College women’s indoor track & field all-time leaderboard with showstopping performances.
With only two weekends to go until the New England Division III Indoor Championships, the Amherst College track & field teams continued to add to their winter haul with a new program record and 24 new collegiate bests between their efforts at BU's Cupid Challenge and Utica's Blue & Orange Invitational. The Mammoths will head into the David Hemery Valentine Invitational this weekend with the men's program owning a No. 27 national ranking and No. 3 ranking in New England and the women's team ranking No. 8 in the New England region.
Posting another strong weekend, the Amherst College women’s track & field team competed at the non-team scoring Cupid Challenge hosted by Tufts University and Blue & Orange Invitational at Utica College Saturday and Sunday.
Recording 77 points behind 11 New England Regional qualifying marks, the Amherst College women's track & field team placed third overall at the 22-team Branwen Smith-King Invitational host by Tufts University.
A successful weekend by the Amherst College track & field teams at the Upstate Challenge saw three new program records and 21 new personal bests set, with the men's team moving up nine spots to currently rank 23rd in the nation for their efforts.
Junior Ella Rossa broke her own school record in the 60m hurdles to establish a new program benchmark of 8.88 seconds as the Amherst College women’s track & field team used the Upstate Challenge at Cornell University to set eight new personal bests Friday and Saturday.
The first two weeks of the season have seen records broken, personal bests set and qualifying marks hit as the Amherst College track & field teams continue their match towards to the postseason. Check out where the Mammoths currently stand in the regional and national conversation after a strong weekend at the Mary Grinaker Invitational!
Sam Tichelaar posted a top-50 mark in the nation in the long jump to headline a strong day by the Mammoths at the Mary Grinaker Invitational, as the Amherst College women's track & field team continued to chip away at times across the board Saturday at Smith College.
Clinching second place overall, the Amherst College women's track & field team registered first place finishes in the 60-meter hurdle, 400 meter run and triple jump to amass 116 points at the season opening Little Three Championships hosted by Wesleyan University.