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Amherst College Announces Restructuring of Golf Programs, Promotion for Head Coach Elizabeth Davis Elizabeth Davis has been promoted to head coach of the men’s and women’s golf programs, it was announced today by Director of Athletics Don Faulstick. Jack Arena '83, who had been the Mammoths’ lone head coach of two varsity programs, will stay on as an assistant coach of the men’s golf team in 2020-21 and will continue to serve as head coach of Amherst’s men’s hockey team, where he has led the Mammoths for the past 37 seasons.
Yurosek Selected to WGCA All-Region Team AMHERST, Mass. – Senior standout Morgan Yurosek ’20 of Amherst College women’s golf was named to the 2020 Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) Division III All-Region Team, as announced by the organization recently.
104 Student-Athletes Earn NESCAC Spring All-Academic Distinction 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.
Jin, Amherst Finish Third at NYU BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – First year Janelle Jin finished in a tie for third overall and Amherst College took a third place showing as Jin and the Mammoths concluded their fall season at the NYU Invitational this weekend at Forest Hill Field Club.
Yurosek Medals as Amherst Qualifies for Spring NESCAC Championships WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Senior Morgan Yurosek shot a one-over-par 72 on Sunday afternoon at the Taconic Golf Course to pull into a first place tie, and then defeated Stella Woo of Williams in a playoff to win the overall championship at the Williams Fall Invitational.
Amherst Second Among NESCAC Qualifiers, Third Overall at Williams WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Amherst College women's golf has put themselves in a great position to qualify for the 2020 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) championship, as the Mammoths sit in second place after Day 1 at Taconic Golf Course.
Amherst Looks to Carry Momentum into NESCAC Qualifier HADLEY, Mass. – Coming off of a 2nd place finish at the Middlebury College Invitational, the Amherst College women’s golf team hopes to continue its strong play into this weekend’s qualifier for the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) championship.
General NewsAmherst College Announces Restructuring of Golf Programs, Promotion for Head Coach Elizabeth Davis
Women's GolfYurosek Selected to WGCA All-Region Team
General News104 Student-Athletes Earn NESCAC Spring All-Academic Distinction
General NewsNCAA Cancels Winter And Spring Championships
Women's GolfJin, Amherst Finish Third at NYU
Women's GolfYurosek Medals as Amherst Qualifies for Spring NESCAC Championships
Women's GolfAmherst Second Among NESCAC Qualifiers, Third Overall at Williams
Women's GolfAmherst Looks to Carry Momentum into NESCAC Qualifier
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