Third Time's a Charm

By Justin Long

Women's Basketball Wins National Title

The women’s basketball squad’s historic victory over Washington University garnered much coverage, including pieces in the Republican, Daily Hampshire Gazette, St.

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.

The Record-Breakers

Final Four or Bust

March 17, 2009 e-News

Two Amherst women’s squads continued to advance in NCAA play this past weekend. The basketball team’s defeat of Brandeis University earned them a ticket to Holland, Mich., to take on Washington University in St. Louis, while the hockey team will play Middlebury College (at Midd) after a victory over Plattsburgh State University.

Sports: Bottling Energy

by Alex Kantor
Stephanie Reiff '08
Stephanie Reiff '08 is one of a
trio of seniors on the squad.