The Amherst College women’s golf team claimed fourth place in the Mount Holyoke Invitational last weekend, Saturday and Sunday Sept. 26 and 27. Competing in a 14-team field, the purple and white amassed a team score of 651 at the par-71 Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, MA.

The Amherst College women’s golf team kicked off its season with a fourth-placed finish in a field of 12 teams at the two-day NYU Fall Invitational last weekend. Led by an impressive debut from first-year Kate Weiss, Amherst posted a team score of 642 at the par-72 Spook Rock Golf Course.

Weiss paced the squad, finishing tied for eighth, with a 36-hole score of 156. The first-year started with a one-over 73 in the first round on Saturday, good for the second-best individual score of the day. Weiss then posted an 83 on Sunday to cap her weekend.

The Amherst College women’s volleyball team (4-0) started the season in dominant fashion, defeating four non-conference opponents in the Wildcat Invitational hosted by Johnson & Wales University on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11 and 12.

The Amherst College men’s golf team finished their season with a second-place performance at the Little Three championships held on Wednesday, April 29 at Lyman Orchards Gold Course in Middlefield, Conn.

Competing in a 36-hole format consisting of alternating shot in the morning and match play in the afternoon, the Jeffs defeated Wesleyan 9-3 but fell 12-0 to Williams. Williams also defeated Wesleyan by a score of 12-0.

The Amherst men’s baseball team ended its season with a 4-1 record on the week against three separate non-conference opponents. The Jeffs beat Wheaton College in extra innings before splitting a doubleheader against Springfield on Saturday and sweeping Colby in another doubleheader on Sunday. Amherst finished their season with a 23-11 record (9-3 NESCAC) as they enter postseason play with the NESCAC tournament this weekend.

A two-RBI Harry Roberson ’18 single in the 10th inning against Wheaton allowed Amherst to claim a 5-3 victory on Thursday, April 30.

The Amherst College baseball team endured a rough weekend against NESCAC rival Wesleyan. Entering the series undefeated in NESCAC play, the Jeffs dropped all three games of their series at Wesleyan on Friday and Saturday. With the sweep, Amherst falls to 18-10 overall (9-3 NESCAC), sliding to second place in the NESCAC West standings, while Wesleyan improves to 21-7 (9-0 NESCAC).

The Amherst College baseball team maintained its perfect record in the NESCAC, sweeping Middlebury in a three-game series this weekend in addition to wins over non-conference opponents Framingham State and Castleton. The Jeffs have now won 12 of their last 13 games and their overall record stands at 18-7 (9-0 NESCAC).