The Lord Jeffs did not disappoint. Amherst walloped Bowdoin 11-2, humiliating the hosts in front of their home crowd and holding the Polar Bears to just two goals-the first time an opponent had done so since 1980. With the win, the Jeffs sent a powerful statement to the rest of
Despite the loss to Nazareth, the Jeffs now take a winning record and the confidence that comes with it into the NESCAC opener this Saturday. The new season officially kicked off last Tuesday, March 16, when the Lord Jeffs took on the Lords of Kenyon College in Orlando, Fla. Amherst
“We couldn’t be more excited about this weekend and [Tuesday’s] win against Connecticut College,” said senior co-captain Amanda Muller. The Camels came to Orr Rink last night in the Jeffs’ pivotal season finale. Amherst went into the game knowing it had already secured a spot in the playoffs;
First-year goaltender Lindsay Grabowski ’07 continued her fine rookie campaign with another solid weekend in net. Of the 40 shots on goal she faced this weekend, Grabowski saved 39 of them, improving her save percentage to 87.6 percent. “Lindsay Grabowski in goal has been amazing. She has been saving
But with the influx of seven first-years and a new head coach on the bench, this year’s installment of Jeffs is fully capable of returning to the playoffs and advancing deep into the postseason. “We have a really wonderful class coming in that is going to add a lot
Amherst, once ranked sixth in the nation, was stunned by the playoff tie at home. Amherst shooters comforted Christian Alexander ’06, who had the misfortune of being the ninth Amherst shooter, the only Jeff whose miss was followed by a Wesleyan goal. Andrew Syfu ’05, the loyal defender, went to
The Lord Jeffs, who have of late grown accustomed to dominating opponents physically, were matched against an able foe this time. The Middlebury Panthers were fast and strong on the ball. They were talented in the air, winning half (if not more) of the headers and had terrific field sense.