In this edition of Around the Herd: men’s and women’s lacrosse both reach a four-game win streak, and softball dominates in two doubleheaders.
In this edition of Around the Herd: swim and dive impressed at the NCAA Championships, women’s lacrosse extended their winning streak, and men’s lacrosse won against Bates and York Colleges.
Staff writer Maya Reiner ’25 provides a look into the life of dual-sport athletes, including personal details from two-sport athletes Muffie Mazambani ’24 and Jacob Bruno ’25E.
Softball continued their dominant run this weekend, beating Bowdoin, Trinity, and top-seeded host Tufts in the NESCAC tournament to take home the 2022 NESCAC title, the program’s first. The team clinched an automatic bid to this year’s NCAA Tournament with the win.
Traveling to Williamstown, the illness-depleted men’s and women’s track and field teams put up a strong showing at the New England Division III Outdoor Championships, earning a combined 11 All-New England honors.
In the opening round of the NESCAC tournament, the baseball team swept Bowdoin in two games to advance to the semifinals. Now entering the double-elimination Championship series, the Mammoths will open against Middlebury.
Amherst men’s lacrosse lost to Bowdoin in a shocking come-from-behind victory in the NESCAC semifinals. Still, the Mammoths secured a bid to the NCAA tournament, where they will play an undefeated MIT team in Rochester, New York, on Saturday, May 14.