Men’s and women’s soccer sit at third and ninth in national rankings, respectively, after a superb weekend for both teams.
In a follow-up to his World Cup group stage predictions a few weeks ago, staff writer Hedi Skali ’25 offers up his predictions for who will advance in this weekend’s Quarterfinal matchups.
Women’s soccer finished their season with a 2-1 loss in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen to the William Smith College Herons.
Tracking the year-long investigation into women’s professional soccer in the U.S., columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 details accounts of abuse that pervade all levels of women’s soccer and the necessary changes that should be made.
Mike Schretter ’23 chats with Bernie White ’23E, Alex Shahmirzadi ’23E, and Nico Kenary ’23E about their outlook on the Fall 2022 season.
Led by NESCAC Player of the Week Abby Schwartz ’24, three strong showings have propelled the Amherst women’s soccer team to a 3-0 start to the season.
After opening NESCAC play with an exciting tie against the always-formidable Middlebury, the men’s soccer team dismantled Thomas College 10-0. Three games in, the Mammoths possess a record of 2-0-1.