As the academic year kicks off for the Mammoths, the men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and volleyball teams will play their first games of the season. In this edition of Around the Herd, The Student previews how each team may fare over the course of the season.
The women’s cross country team finished their season with a 12th place finish at NCAA DIII Championships. Mary Kate McGranahan ’23 finished an excellent senior campaign by earning All-America honors.
The women’s soccer team breezed through the opening two rounds of the NCAA Tournament this past weekend, advancing to the Sweet 16.
The No. 6 men’s soccer team advanced to the Sweet 16 for the 12th straight season this past weekend. After beating Husson University 2-0 on Saturday, the Mammoths secured their spot in the tournament’s second weekend with a 4-2 victory over No. 15 St. Lawrence University.
The football team lost to Williams 20-10 in this year’s “Biggest Little Game,” ending the season with a 2-7 record.
This past weekend, the men’s soccer team downed both Middlebury and Connecticut College in overtime on the way to a NESCAC Championship. It was the team’s first title since 2016.
The women’s soccer team won their second NESCAC tournament title in three seasons this past weekend, taking down No. 22 Tufts and Little Three rival Wesleyan on the way to the title.