This weekend, the Amherst women’s tennis team played against Wesleyan and Hamilton on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23. On Saturday, the 12th-ranked Mammoths fell to the sixth-ranked Cardinals 7-2, and on Sunday, the Amherst women celebrated senior day with a sweep of the Continentals. After the weekend, the Mammoths stand at 6-7 on the season and 4-3 in the NESCAC.

The Amherst women’s tennis team traveled to Williamstown, Mass. on Saturday, April 15 to face off against the Ephs of Williams College.

In a tough match against their archrival, the 12th-ranked Mammoths fell to No. 4 Williams, 8-1.

Amherst’s sole victory came from Camille Smukler ’20/Kelsey Chen ’19 on the first doubles court.

The No. 1 doubles pair for the Mammoths is an impressive 6-3 on the season and has won their last five matches. The duo downed Hannah Atkinson/Chloe Henderson, 8-5.

The Amherst men’s tennis team faced off against Bowdoin and Bryant University this past weekend, April 8-9.

On Saturday, April 8, the Polar Bears traveled to Amherst, defeating the Mammoths in a close 5-4 match.

On Sunday, the Mammoths returned ready to play and finished the weekend with a 5-2 win against Bryant. With the 1-1 split on the weekend, Amherst’s record sits at 13-3.

Saturday was Amherst’s second NESCAC match of the season, falling to 1-1 in conference play.

The Amherst women’s tennis team had a successful week, winning all three of their matches to continue a five-game win streak and improve their overall record to 5-4.

On Tuesday, April 4, the Mammoths won their first conference battle against Connecticut College, shutting the Camels out 9-0. The purple and white won an impressive 212 of 229 sets played on the day.

Amherst started out strong in doubles action, beginning the day 3-0.

The Amherst women’s tennis team traveled to California this past week for their annual spring break trip. Over the course of the week, the purple and white played five matches, finishing with a 2-3 record.

The Amherst women’s ice hockey team competed in the NESCAC Championship tournament last weekend, March 3-4. After a 2-0 win in the semifinals against Connecticut College on Saturday, the purple and white fell 4-1 to Middlebury on Sunday.

On Saturday, No. 5 Amherst traveled to Middlebury to play second-seeded Connecticut College in the NESCAC Championship semifinals. The team came away with a 2-0 win, marking the second consecutive shutout for goalie Sabrina Dobbins ’18.

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.