Amherst women’s basketball defeated conference No. 1 Trinity and New Jersey City University, extending their win streak to nine games, and placing them at No. 3 in the NESCAC rankings. They enter the NESCAC tournament ranked 11th nationally.
The men’s basketball team returned to action this past weekend, closing NESCAC regular-season play with a tough weekend in which they lost close games to Trinity and Connecticut College.
In a pair of road victories last week, over Emmanuel College and conference rivals Wesleyan University, the women's basketball stretched their unbeaten streak to seven games to begin the season, Violet Glickman '25 writes.
Amherst men’s basketball stayed perfect this past week, making it eight straight to begin the season. The Mammoths beat Saint Elizabeth’s University and Springfield College on the back of strong defense.
On Sunday, April 4, the Stanford Cardinal held off the Arizona Wildcats to win the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship by a score of 54-53. For the first time in tournament history, two teams from the Pacific-12 (Pac-12) Conference battled to cut down the nets. From the
In the world of sports, the month of March is perhaps best known for the annual NCAA Division I Basketball Tournaments, commonly referred to as March Madness. After the tournaments were canceled last year [https://www.ncaa.com/live-updates/basketball-men/d1/ncaa-cancels-mens-and-womens-basketball-championships-due] due to the emergence of Covid-19, excitement for
“It’s March, expect the unexpected!” exclaimed the CBS announcer as No. 15 seed Oral Roberts University upset No. 2 seed Ohio State in the first round of this year’s NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament. Commonly known as March Madness, the tournament is one of the most