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1998-1999 Women's Basketball (12-11)
Hersey in History
With 15 points in her final game against Wesleyan, senior forward Katie Hersey brought her career total to 1,316 points. McGwire hit 70, Terrell ran for 2,000, and Katie became the second highest women's scorer in Amherst history! Check out the All-Time scoring list.
HOT OFF THE PRESS
Putnam's Three With 2.8 Seconds Left Lifts Jeffs Past Wesleyan, 61-58
Amherst Beats Conn College, 63-44
Amherst Overcomes Early Deficit to Storm Past Tufts 72-66
Amherst Falls to Bates, 79-62
Bowdoin Resists Late Amherst Rally
Amherst Too Much for Ice-Cold Colby- Jeffs Win 4th Straight
Noel Joins th 1,000 Point Club as Amherst Storms Back to Defeat Wesleyan
Check out the Sports Information Archives. Here you'll find past season updates and all-time records for Amherst athletic teams.
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Sports around the league: Amherst participates as an NCAA Division III institution in 27 varsity sports. The College on the Hill is affiliated with the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) and is a charter member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). Other members are: Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Connecticut College, Hamilton College, Middlebury College, Trinity College, Tufts University, Wesleyan University, Williams College
If you have any questions or comments about Amherst Athletics, please send them to Colin Barnacle '98, Sports Information Director.
Last Modified on July 14, 1998