The Celebrity Treatment

By Ben Badua

To Allen Williamson ’13, the game was “the pinnacle of my athletic career.”

Reigning Proud

Interviews by Justin Long


Third Time's a Charm

By Justin Long

Two for the Record Books

By Emily Gold Boutilier

Let others have their brackets, their front-page headlines. At Amherst, March Madness wasn’t about the big-shots. It was all about two extraordinary teams: women’s ice hockey and women’s basketball. Let others have the famous names. Amherst has Kate Dennett ’10. Amherst has Sarah Leyman ’11. Amherst has Jim Plumer and G.P. Gromacki.

Eight Players to Watch

By Ben Kaplan '09

The 2007-08 winter season ended with two NESCAC titles, one national quarterfinal appearance, a pair of national runner-up finishes and 10 individual national championships. With the new winter season just getting underway, we now present eight athletes—four sophomores and four seniors—whom we expect to have breakout years.

Athletics and Physical Education

1202 Alumni Gymnasium
(413) 542–8266

Don Faulstick, Director of Athletics and Chair of the Department of Physical Education and Athletics

NCAA Championships Celebration

Submitted by Samuel A. Masinter
Students gather behind Keefe Campus Center to celebrate the six Amherst teams that competed in the NCAA "Elite 8"