This past week, the Amherst women’s ice hockey team had an exciting slate of games against two formidable foes, Williams and Plattsburgh State, ultimately going an impressive 2-0-1 on the week.
In their first game against Plattsburgh State, the Mammoths went down early. Cardinal goals in both the first and second periods made the outcome of the game seem bleak until a crucial power play goal by senior forward Emma Griese.

This past weekend, the Amherst men’s squash team competed in the Little III Championships, a meet in which the Mammoths faced off against Williams and this year’s hosts Wesleyan. Amherst defeated Wesleyan 7-2, but unfortunately fell 9-0 to Williams.
In the match against Wesleyan, the Mammoths won at spots two through six and eight through 10, and took five of their victories in straight sets. On court one, the Cardinals’ Sean Choi defeated Terence Wang ’21 in three very close sets, 11-9, 11-8, 11-9.

Seniors Danielle Griffin and Leonie Rauls led the Amherst women’s track and field squad to an impressive fourth-place finish this weekend at the Branwen Smith-King Invitational. Tufts played host to 16 of the country’s top Division III competitors, and Amherst continued their dominant season with a score of 77.33 total points, finishing just behind Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wesleyan and Stonehill College.

Jaime Mazzola's lovely visage

On Tuesday, Jan. 23 Kevin Durant, the reigning NBA Finals MVP, was having a career night, setting a new career-high of 14 assists. With 2:50 remaining in the game, Durant’s night turned sour.
He was hit with his second technical foul, triggering his fourth ejection of the 2017-18 season.
Although he later apologized for his “out of character” remark, Durant’s initial accusation of referee James Williams targeting him has become commonplace in this season’s NBA landscape.

The Amherst women’s basketball team took down NESCAC rivals Colby and previously-undefeated Bowdoin in a pair of exciting victories this past Friday and Saturday to remain unbeaten this 2017-18 season.

A rambunctious home crowd in LeFrak Gymnasium Saturday afternoon against the Polar Bears helped make the improvement to 20-0 an especially exciting ordeal.
Amherst was first able to hold off the Mules during a Friday evening matchup to move to 5-0 in NESCAC play.

The Amherst women’s ice hockey team had an exciting interterm, notching a record of 4-1-2 against a lineup of tough opponents. The Mammoths opened 2018 with a 4-2 loss against perennial NESCAC powerhouse Middlebury. In the loss, senior Alex Toupal picked up a goal in the second frame, while fellow senior Emma Griese added a goal of her own in the third period.

Despite their strong start to the season, the Amherst men’s hockey team found themselves in a bit of a rut, concluding their interterm schedule with five losses and two wins and dropping to 7-6-3 overall.

“We’re creating a lot of quality chances,” junior forward Stanley Brenner said. “Sometimes the puck just doesn’t bounce your way. We’ll start finding the back of the net; we just have to be patient.”

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