The defending-conference-champion Mammoths narrowly lost to the number-one ranked Middlebury Panthers on Friday, Dec. 3 and Saturday, Dec. 4. They lost by a one-goal deficit in both games.
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The Mammoths are continuing to have an outstanding postseason, finishing with some of their best performances to date, with both teams qualifying for the NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championships.
The NESCAC Cross Country Championships were held at Wickham Park in Manchester, Conn. this past Sunday, Oct. 31. Each race consisted of 11 different teams, with the men’s team finishing in sixth place and the women’s team finishing in fifth place.
The Mammoths completed their regular season with some very impressive results at the Connecticut College Invitational in Waterford, Conn. These results are promising for when both the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams will be competing in the NESCAC championships in two weeks.
The women’s and men’s cross country teams competed in the Little 3 Championship in Williamstown, MA on Sept. 18. Facing bitter rivals Wesleyan and Williams, both teams managed impressive performances.
Ajao has presented her research on Black ASL via Zoom to an audience of over 200 Amherst students, faculty, scholars and artists around the world.
This weekend, the Amherst softball team powered 35 total hits, including five home runs, defeating Middlebury College in all three games to wrap up NESCAC play. GAME ONE: Middlebury 2, Amherst 7 The sides totaled a combined fifteen hits in game one. Amherst opened the scoring in the top of