After an away win against New Jersey City University on Sunday, Dec. 4, the Mammoths faced NESCAC rival Wesleyan the next night. They came out on top against the Cardinals, stopping a late rally to stay undefeated as they head into their final game of the semester.
Carter Hollingsworth '25
The women’s basketball team has opened their 2022-2023 season with four wins and sights set high as this young team goes into the rest of the season.
Amherst men’s soccer took on Wesleyan in the first round of the NESCAC tournament at home on Saturday, coming away with a strong win and advancing to the NESCAC semifinals against Middlebury. The team is looking for their first NESCAC championship since 2016.
After incredibly tight losses to Springfield College and Tufts earlier in the week, the Mammoths bounced back with a 3-0 win against UMass Boston.
Amherst men’s soccer took on No. 23 Williams College on Saturday, Oct. 1, coming out with a draw despite playing down a man for majority of the second half. The team returned to their winning ways on Tuesday, beating WPI 1-0 in Worcester.
After a difficult defeat to NESCAC rival Tufts, the men’s soccer team bounced back with an emphatic 3-1 victory over Babson. Their record is now 4-1-1 with two more NESCAC opponents on the horizon.
Amherst men’s soccer looks to return to a third consecutive National Championship game appearance, but their sights are set on taking it one game at a time as their 2022 campaign begins this week.