When I found out that Kate Roin ’06 was such an accomplished athlete, I quickly looked under the sink and behind the toilets to see where she was hiding her ego or entourage. Turns out she has neither; Kate is just a nice, well-adjusted college sophomore majoring in political science
In terms of accolades alone, Wyrick is on or near the top of Amherst’s list of all-time best athletes. Since she first dove into Pratt Pool three seasons ago, Wyrick has been named Rookie of the Year (2001-2002), earned the team’s High Point Award last season, gathered four
Dave Litt ’06 Sophomore golfer Litt lit up the way for the Jeffs last weekend at the Duke Nelson Invitational in Middlebury, Vt. Litt finished ninth overall and paced the Jeffs with a two-day score of 73-80-153. His performance was particularly timely for the young Amherst team that is full
Last year’s field hockey season ended on a bittersweet note. While the Jeffs lost in the first round of the NESCAC Tournament, they won their final two regular season games in overtime against powerhouse teams from Williams and Trinity Colleges to earn their NESCAC playoff berth. This year, Sept.
In her four years and twelve varsity seasons as a Jeff, Diamond has spent 5979 minutes in goal for the soccer team, 884 minutes on the court for the basketball squad, and 3238 minutes in between the posts for the lacrosse team. She has tallied 31 career shutouts in soccer,
But last friday, the women were done in a blink. Now hamill, hamill, conell-price and scott are ncaa-bound after a race that was red hot. Senior hamill’s opening 1200 set the pace, perhaps thoughts of graduation spurred a quick race. Scott took the baton for the next leg of