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NESCAC Announces Fall 2019 All-Academic, All-Sportsmanship Teams HADLEY, Mass. – Sixty-six Amherst College student-athletes were named to the 2019 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Fall All-Academic team on Tuesday morning for their success in the classroom, while eight Mammoths were recognized for their dedication to sportsmanship and named to the All-Sportsmanship Team.
O’Regan & Saffold Headline Seven-Member All-Conference Class HADLEY, Mass. – Seven football players represented Amherst College on the 2019 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) All-Conference teams, announced Tuesday morning by the conference office.
Ballard & Launsbach Voted by CoSIDA to Academic All-District AMHERST, Mass. – John Ballard ’20 of the Amherst College football team and women’s volleyball player Sophie Launsbach ’22 have been selected to the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA) Academic All-District teams, announced on Thursday by the organization.
Mammoths Fall to Williams, 31-9, in 134th Rivalry Showdown WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The 2019 Amherst College football season came to a close on Saturday afternoon at Farley-Lamb Field with a 31-9 defeat to Williams College in the 134th playing of the Biggest Little Game in America.
Senior Day Home Finale Spoiled by Bantams AMHERST, Mass. – Amherst outgained Trinity by nearly 50 yards, had seven more first downs and nearly ten more minutes of possession but were held scoreless for three quarters and suffered a 21-7 defeat to the visiting Bantams in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) football on Senior Day Saturday at Pratt Field at Lehrman Stadium.
Amherst College Football Week 8 Preview - Mammoths vs Bantams Head Coach E.J. Mills previews a Parents Weekend matchup against the Bantams, with both teams entering play at 4-3 on the season.
Wesleyan Gets Third Chance Field Goal, Beats Mammoths on Homecoming AMHERST, Mass. – After escaping two potential game-winning field goals by visiting Wesleyan University and failing to capitalize on two possessions themselves, Amherst College saw Mason Von Jess hit a 20-yard field goal in double overtime as the Cardinals handed Amherst a 31-28 loss at Pratt Field at Lehrman Stadium in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) football action Saturday afternoon.
General NewsNESCAC Announces Fall 2019 All-Academic, All-Sportsmanship Teams
FootballO’Regan & Saffold Headline Seven-Member All-Conference Class
General NewsBallard & Launsbach Voted by CoSIDA to Academic All-District
FootballMammoths Fall to Williams, 31-9, in 134th Rivalry Showdown
FootballMammoths, Ephs to Meet in 134th "Biggest Little Game in America"
FootballSenior Day Home Finale Spoiled by Bantams
FootballAmherst College Football Week 8 Preview - Mammoths vs Bantams
FootballWesleyan Gets Third Chance Field Goal, Beats Mammoths on Homecoming
Athletes Of The Week
"Andrew is one of the hardest workers on the team, which is well respected and noted by each of his teammates."Andrew Leung ' 22
"Lindsey has shown her commitment to excellence in her academics, diving, and in being a continued pillar of support for her teammates."Lindsey Ruderman '21
Women's Swimming and Diving