In the latest edition of Front and Center, Melanie Schwimmer ’23 argues that Amherst students need to do more to show their support for Brittney Griner.
The women’s soccer team dominated New England College and defeated Connecticut College for their fifth win in a row.
After incredibly tight losses to Springfield College and Tufts earlier in the week, the Mammoths bounced back with a 3-0 win against UMass Boston.
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.
The No. 9 women’s golf team, led by the tournament’s individual champion Jessica Huang ’25, took second place at the NESCAC Fall Qualifier this past weekend, punching their ticket to the NESCAC Championship in April where they will look to defend their title from last year.
The volleyball team split their matches over Fall Break, defeating Trinity three sets to one before falling to Wesleyan. They are now 9-4 overall and 5-2 in NESCAC play.
No. 11 women’s soccer took a weekend trip to Maine for two NESCAC contests and returned to Amherst with two wins. They did so in dominant fashion, outclassing both Bates and Colby throughout the stat sheet on the way to two 2-0 victories.