Men’s soccer dominates Trinity after drawing Conn. College in double overtime

After earning a 0–0 draw against No. 5 Conn. College (11–0–2) on Saturday and then defeating Trinity 6–0 on Sunday afternoon, Tufts remains one of the best teams in the NESCAC. In doing so, the Jumbos regained their position as the top-ranked NESCAC team, at No. 3 in the nation. After a frustrating match against […]

Who’s Who in the NESCAC

Hamilton College Chartered in 1812, Hamilton College is the only New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) school located outside of New England, calling Clinton, N.Y. home. Hamilton College pays homage to founding father Alexander Hamilton, the namesake of the school. Hamilton’s school colors are buff and blue, in reference to the colors of the New […]

NESCAC who’s who

Amherst College Founded in 1821, Amherst College resides in its namesake Massachusetts town less than 100 miles from Medford. The recently christened Mammoths — renamed after they abandoned their previous mascot, the Lord Jeffs, due to its connections with white oppression — sport purple and white attire, which have been the school’s official colors since April […]

Jumbos two wins away from notching new program-record start

With nine wins, the No. 2 Jumbos remain undefeated so far this season and are one win away from matching their previous best starts of 10-0 in 2015 and 2010, when they won National Championships both times. For a fairly inexperienced team with a new coach, they have exceeded expectations, producing impressive score-lines against both conference and non-conference opponents. Over the weekend, […]

Tufts rebounds from losing streak, sweeps Conn. College

Finally ending a four-game losing streak, the Jumbos swept the Conn. College Camels with back-to-back victories, winning 3-0 and 2-1 on Friday and Saturday, respectively, and clinched a spot in the playoffs. While the team’s playoff ranking will be determined by the results of the last four games in the regular season, the team currently ranks […]

Men’s hockey, plagued by injuries, stuck in mid-season slump

Despite a hot start to the season, Tufts is mired in a four-game losing streak after suffering another pair of tough losses this weekend. Following two losses and major injuries to four key players from the previous weekend, Tufts failed to recover as the team lost 5-4 to NESCAC leader Williams on Friday in the last three minutes […]

Tufts men’s track and field dominates Silfen Invitational at Conn. College

The men’s track and field team appears to be reaching championship form at the right time after they took first place out of 17 schools at the Silfen Invitational, held at Conn. College on Friday and Saturday. The event is one of the final building blocks as the team gears up for the NESCAC Championships […]

Tufts splits pair of tough road games

Tufts moved to 13-4 (4-2 in NESCAC play) over the weekend with an overtime loss at Wesleyan followed the next night by a win at Connecticut College. Both games came right down to the wire, with each result being decided by two points or fewer. Saturday’s 83-81 win over the Connecticut College Camels was a hard […]

Tufts splits weekend series at home

Following Saturday’s overtime victory over defending NESCAC champion Conn. College at Kraft Field, the women’s soccer team lost a close game to Trinity College on Sunday, 3-1. For Tufts, the story for much of the weekend was one of constant improvement, as nearly half the team is made up of new players. “[The first-years] could not […]

Top-ranked Jumbos continue undefeated season

The No. 1 ranked Jumbos took down their fourth NESCAC opponent of the season — Trinity College Bantams — 2-0 yesterday, propelled by junior forward Nathan Majumder’s two first-half goals to take their season record to 5-0. Though the win makes this the 14th straight regular season victory for Tufts, the real story of the weekend […]