After earning a pair of victories this past weekend, the Jeffs advanced to 7-0-1 overall (5-0-1 in the NESCAC) and extended their unbeaten streak to 28 games. On Saturday, Sept. 28, men’s soccer continued its winning ways by beating 23rd-ranked Tufts 2-0 in convincing fashion in front of the home crowd fans.

Early on in the game, Amherst was given a golden opportunity to jump ahead on a penalty kick. Forward Greg Singer ’16 took the penalty for Amherst but was unable to score after Tufts goalkeeper Scott Greenwood kept the ball in front of him.

After winning the Ken Wright Invitational Tournament and beginning the season at 4-0, the men’s basketball team earned a win against Emerson before falling to Brandeis at home this past week. With the Jeffs’ two most recent games, Amherst now stands at 5-1 on the young season.

On Saturday at home, the Jeffs exacted revenge on Emerson after the Lions were able to pull off the upset over Amherst last December.