Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Friday, December 2, 2022
Number of Articles: 3
First Article: November 13, 2002
Latest Article: March 12, 2003
By Scott Bronner
March 12, 2003
However, the Jeffs are “all aware that awards mean nothing until you perform and
can back them up,” said senior tri-captain goaltender Brooke Diamond.
“First and foremost, we just want to play to our potential, and that potential
is a high one,” she added.
With many key starters returning, particularly on the offensive end, the Jeffs
are predicted to do well in the NESCAC and in the national rankings.
Diamond will look to continue her stellar play in the net for Amherst this year.
February 12, 2003
On Feb. 5, the Yale University team traveled to Amherst and left with a
convincing 9-0 victory over the somewhat overwhelmed Jeffs. Although Amherst
looked to use their home court as an advantage, the Bulldogs were simply too
strong at each position. The Jeffs were unable to take a game from the visitors
and lost all nine matches by scores of 3-0. Since Yale was ranked third in the
last national poll, it is unlikely that the 10th ranked Jeffs will slip in the
The women returned to NES
November 13, 2002
Senior James Johndrow finished first for Amherst and 14th overall while
completing the course in a time of 27:40. Johndrow has been injured for much of
his Amherst career and has been inactive for the majority of the meets, but he
still earned All-ECAC distinction with his top 15 performance on Saturday.
Johndrow’s performance earned him the final spot on the Jeffs’ roster for
Regionals next week at Westfield State University.
Sophomore Dave Molina and junior Andrew Schneider finished second an