Although the Amherst women dropped their last regular season game this past Wednesday, April 27 against Trinity, they routed Hamilton, 15-5, on Saturday, April 30, in the quarterfinal round of the NESCAC championship.

Trinity took an early five-goal lead in the first half and despite picking up some momentum in the second half, the purple and white were unable to make up the deficit.

Trinity defender Ashley Stewart led the Bantams’ strong defensive effort, finishing with a game-high five caused turnovers and four ground balls.

It was an action packed week for the Amherst men’s golf team. The team hosted the Little Three Championship this past Wednesday, April 20 and then traveled to Williamstown, Massachusetts for the weekend to compete at the Williams Spring Invitational.

The women’s lacrosse team continued its hot streak on Senior Day this past Saturday, April 16. A thrilling 7-6 triumph over Tufts marked the purple and white’s fourth consecutive win.

Hanna Krueger ’17 opened up the scoring with an unassisted goal less than five minutes into the first half. Tufts’ Caroline Ross provided the equalizer soon after. Rachel Passarelli ’16 netted the man-up goal less than a minute after Ross. The game remained tight with Kate Wyeth ’17 notching Amherst’s third and final goal of the half.

Unlike Ernie Els at the Masters, none of the men of the Amherst golf team seven-putted at the Hampton Inn Invitational in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts this past Friday and Saturday. A strong showing on the second day of the men’s opening spring tournament, which included an 18-stroke improvement on the previous day, secured the purple and white an eighth-place finish among the 18 teams competing. The Amherst men finished with a combined scored of 656 at the conclusion of the invitational.

Despite a stellar effort from Amherst goalie Christy Forrest ’16, the women’s lacrosse team fell to Middlebury, 8-7, at Pratt Field on Saturday, April 2 in a thrilling overtime game. The game remained tight throughout its duration. Middlebury attacker Bridget Instrum opened up the scoring a little under six minutes into the first half. Amherst’s Claire Cagnassola ’17 was quick to respond and found the back of the Middlebury net just over a minute later. Cagnassola continued the offensive momentum, scoring the purple and white’s second goal at the 16:34 mark to give Amherst a 2-1 lead.

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