Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Sunday, January 29, 2023
Number of Articles: 6
First Article: March 10, 2021
Latest Article: April 27, 2022
By Ava O'Connor '24
April 27, 2022
The women’s and men’s track and field teams traveled to MIT this past Saturday, April 23, to compete at the Sean Collier Invitational. A strong field included athletes from all three NCAA divisions. There was no team scoring at the meet, but the Mammoths’ individual performances were a highlight.
March 30, 2022
The 19th-ranked women’s lacrosse team maintained their momentum this past weekend, beating nearby Westfield State University and Keene State College in consecutive Mammoths versus Owls matchups.
March 2, 2022
The women’s and men’s track and field teams took third and sixth place, respectively, at the Division III New England Championships this past weekend. 28 athletes claimed all-New England honors.
February 16, 2022
Track and field found success in their second-to-last meet of the season at Middlebury. The men placed second; the women placed third. A slew of athletes qualified for New Englands.
April 22, 2021
This weekend, the Amherst softball team had yet another outstanding effort
against Hamilton College. On Saturday, April 17, the teams took a game each, but
Hamilton ultimately prevailed on Sunday, April 18, leaving the weekend with a
2-1 series victory over Amherst. Even though the Mammoths totaled an incredible
17 runs along with five homers over the course of three games, it was not enough
to carry them to a series win. Despite this being their first series loss of the
season, the team’s grit
March 10, 2021
Editor’s note: This article was written before Tuesday’s announcement that
NESCAC Presidents had reached an agreement in favor of a limited sports season.
The NESCAC officially cancelled all sports seasons due to the coronavirus one
year ago tomorrow, March 11. Since then, student-athletes have had to adjust to
a slew of new Covid-safe protocols in order to keep in shape for when their
seasons officially start up again. This adjustment has proven to be anything but
a linear process. Student-ath