The Amherst men’s track and field team returned to Boston last weekend, Feb. 24 to Feb. 26, with a small mid-distance and distance contingent to compete at the Open New England Championship.

This meet pitted New England athletes across all three NCAA divisions against each other. The championship was held at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center, a banked track that often hosts collegiate and professional meets.

With their season opener a mere two weeks away, the Amherst baseball team is feeling confident in the depth and experience of this year’s squad.

Junior captain Harry Roberson said, “We’re very excited for this year. We’re more of a veteran team, which I think will be a strength of ours, but there’s also a good mix of younger guys who’ll get a chance to contribute. There’s been a good buzz through the first couple weeks.”

The Amherst women’s ice hockey team produced a big win on Saturday, Feb. 25, to advance to the semifinals of the NESCAC tournament.

The purple and white shut out Trinity 2-0 and improved their overall record to 13-7-5 on the year.

Junior goalie Sabrina Dobbins recorded her first NESCAC shutout, while classmate Alex Toupal had her fourth multi-goal game of the season.

For the second straight season, the Amherst women’s basketball team won the NESCAC championship.

The purple and white hosted fifth-seeded Colby in Lefrak Gymnasium for the conference semifinals on Saturday. Colby’s only lead of the game came early on in the back and forth first five minutes of the game.

The Residential Life website and Director of Residential Life Corry Colonna have provided details regarding dormitory rooms’ designations by gender that contain discrepancies.

In an interview for an earlier article for The Amherst Student, Colonna said that Residential Life will designate rooms as “gendered male [and] gendered female, and then we also are going to have a handful of rooms — not a lot, but there’s some pretty much in every building — that are registered as coed.”