The Amherst College men’s club soccer team went 1-1 last week — falling short of taking down division-leader Umass A in a narrow 3-2 loss on Friday, Oct. 13 before dispatching Harvard B 4-1 on Sunday, Oct. 15 to end the regular season. Ending with a 7-2-1 record, the team, more commonly referred to as AFC (Amherst Football Club), just missed out on an at-large bid to the playoffs.

The No. 8 Amherst men’s tennis team fell short to No. 17 Tufts this Saturday afternoon in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, losing 7-2 in the match. The purple and white is now 10-4 overall and 2-1 in NESCAC play.

Anton Zykov ’17 earned the only singles win of the day for Amherst, finishing 6-4, 6-2 in a decisive win over Tufts’ Nik Telkexzhiev.

In the number two singles spot, senior Michael Solimano played Jay Glickman to three sets, but ended up losing 5-7, 7-5, 6-1 to surrender the point to Tufts.

The Amherst College women’s basketball team started off its season strong, winning their first three consecutive games by significant margins.

In the seasonopener against Albertus Magnus, the purple and white took an early leap past their opponent, coming out of the first five minutes on an 11-0 run.

The Amherst College field hockey team finished the week with a victory in the first round of the NESCAC tournament, trumping archrival Williams, 2-1, in an exciting overtime win.

Prior to the post-season tournament, the Jeffs clinched four regular season wins in the last two weeks, which helped to gain momentum for the playoffs. These wins include a blowout homecoming victory over Wesleyan.

It was an exciting week for the Amherst College field hockey team, which — after a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to rival Tufts — was able to shut down both Connecticut College and Hamilton to boost its conference record to an even 3-3.

The 15th-ranked Amherst College field hockey team waged an impressive 4-0 victory on enemy turf over rival Williams this past weekend. The win improves the Jeffs’ record to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in NESCAC competition.