On senior day, men’s lacrosse triumphed over longstanding rivals Williams to clinch a record of 11-2. It was a beautiful day in Amherst, and the purple and white looked to regroup from its loss to Tufts just one week earlier.

Seniors Dylan Park and Charlie Gill scored the first two goals, both unassisted, to give Amherst an early lead. Williams shot back to equalize with two goals of their own from Conor Roddy and Thomas Fowler. With 11 seconds remaining in the first quarter, junior Matt Killian snatched back the lead off an assist from Connor Crump ’16.

The Amherst men’s lacrosse team experienced another dramatic week of NESCAC play. They began their week with an important win against Connecticut College last Tuesday.

The Camels scored their first and only goal of the starting quarter off of an assisted goal. Quinn Moroney ’16 answered back with monstrous six assists to put the purple and white up 6-1.

By the end of a chaotic week of in-conference matchups, the Amherst men’s lacrosse team had claimed two important victories, one of which was over Colby. The purple and white outlasted the Mules to clinch the 12-9 win at home. The real story of the week, however, came just half a week earlier in a nail-biter against Wesleyan.

Following a thrilling loss to Middlebury that saw a near comeback in the fourth quarter, Amherst looked to regain their momentum against a tough Wesleyan team. However, they soon found themselves in a deficit, and had to claw themselves back into the game.

The Amherst men’s lacrosse team survived tough competition on their recent spring break trip to Florida. They played two gritty opponents during their week in sunny Orlando, seeing two nail biting matches against their toughest out of conference rivals.

An exciting weekend of competition at Yale ended in heartbreak last Sunday morning for the Amherst women’s squash team. The purple and white were dethroned as two-time Walker Cup Champions in the final match against their NESCAC opponent, Bates. The contest was a close one, with Amherst falling 5-4. Amherst had previously bested the Bobcats at the Pioneer Valley Invitational in January, a match that ended in a resounding 7-2 victory for the purple and white.

When the Amherst women arrived at the George A. Kendall Squash Center at Trinity on Feb. 7, they were greeted by some of the fiercest competition in college-level squash. The home-team and 10-time reigning NESCAC champions the Bantams dominated the tournament and capped off their performance with a 9-0 championship win over Williams.

The Amherst women’s squash team survived their toughest week yet as their season reaches its latter half. They enter their next competition with a respectable 9-5 record against some of the country’s top squads. On senior day, the purple and white cruised against the Lyons of Mount Holyoke en route to a perfect 9-0 victory. Throughout their dominant performance, no player lost more than one match, and six different women managed to secure pristine 3-0 wins.

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