Men’s ice hockey played to a 22-5-2 record in a thrilling season that earned them a NESCAC championship and brought them to the NCAA tournament semifinals.

The women’s tennis team looked to repeat its NCAA championship finals appearance from last year, but fell just short, losing to Williams in the semi-finals. The team had a stellar run, going 16-5.

In their final meet of the regular season the Amherst College women’s golf team combined for a score of 654 to earn fourth place at the Williams College Spring Invitational.

Host Williams took the top two spots as their “A” squad earned a two-day score of 618 and their “B” squad took the runners-up spot with a 640 two day total. Fellow NESCAC competitor Middlebury took third place, finishing 11 strokes ahead of Amherst. Rounding out the field were Holy Cross, coming in fifth with a score of 746 and Westfield State, posting a team mark of 781.

The Amherst College women’s golf team placed sixth overall in the 10-team field competing at the Jack Leaman Invitational this past weekend. Amherst served as the host team for the contest as play was held at the Hickory Ridge Golf Club.

Ithaca College took first place overall on the weekend finishing with a 324 team score. NESCAC opponents Middlebury and Williams tied for second place both coming in at 325. New York University finished in fourth at 330 strokes while Five College foe Mount Holyoke rounded out the top five totaling 332.

The Amherst men’s golf team competed at the Trinity College invitational this past weekend Saturday, April 18 and 19. The Jeffs placed third among the four teams at the tournament.

Host Trinity’s “A” squad took first place with a combined score of 621 with their “B” team coming in second place with a 641 two-day total. Amherst followed closely behind in third with a 655 score, and Wesleyan finished in last with a 685 total.

The Amherst Student will regularly provide updates on initiatives carried about by the Amherst Athletic Team Engagement Leader program (ATEL). Individual team ATELs remained busy in the past few months, engaging with the local community in various ways.

Back on Feb. 22, members of the women’s volleyball team volunteered with Not Bread Alone, a group that provides homemade, hot meals to those in need of them.

The Amherst College men’s golf team placed fifth out of 17 teams competing in the Hampton Inn Collegiate Invitational held at the Allendale Country Club located in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts on April 10 and 11.

Rhode Island College came in first place with a score of 641 while Endicott College and Salem State University finished tied for second with scores of 650. Babson College came in fourth with a two-day combined score of 659, while Amherst finished with a score of 662 to round out the top five finishers.