The Lady Jeffs faced off against Williams over fall break in their only duel match of the fall season. Last season, Amherst fell to Ephs in both the fall and the spring, before getting revenge in the NESCAC tournament, topping Williams to capture the conference victory.

Hoping to continue their winning ways, the Lady Jeffs got things goings immediately, winning two of the three doubles matches. From there, the visitors never looked back, rolling to a 6-3 win.

The women’s soccer team has certainly had a very busy last couple of weeks. After dropping a game to Williams, the Jeffs rattled off three straight wins, defeating Eastern Connecticut State Univ., Colby and Bowdoin in decisive fashions.

The team had a dream start against the rival Ephs, scoring the first two goals or the game. The host Jeffs got on the board in the 38th minute when first-year sensation Megan Kim ’16 had her shot deflected by an Eph defender. Chloe McKenzie ’14 won the loose ball and netted the ensuing shot to give her team a 1-0 lead.

The previously-unbeaten football team finally found their match last week, losing for the first time in over a year. The Lord Jeffs had been riding an incredible 10-game win streak, dating to the beginning of last season.