Women’s soccer dominates Wesleyan in NESCAC quarterfinal

After consecutive 1–0 losses in the final matches of the regular season, the fourth-seeded Jumbos (10–4–2) bounced back in emphatic fashion on Bello Field on Sunday, beating the fifth-seeded Wesleyan Cardinals (8–5–3) in a NESCAC quarterfinal matchup, 2–0. The scoreline was gracious to the Cardinals who failed to register a shot on target for the entire game, […]


Women’s soccer earns two key victories on the road

Tufts travelled to Connecticut this weekend and emerged with two crucial late-season NESCAC wins. The two wins, 2–0 over Trinity and 2–1 against Conn. College, bring Tufts to an overall record of 9–2–2 and a conference record of 5–1–2, good enough for fourth in the NESCAC. This week also featured individual recognition for the Jumbos […]


Lloyd’s stunning strike returns women’s soccer to winning ways

Tufts hosted two non-conference opponents in the build-up to Homecoming weekend, splitting the decisions. Falling 2–1 in an overtime defeat to the Brandeis Judges (7–0) on Saturday, the Jumbos recovered in midweek to defeat the neighboring MIT Engineers (7–2–1) in another overtime game. With that, the Jumbos now sit at 6–1 overall and third in […]


Women’s soccer continues unbeaten start to season

Tufts continued its dominant start to the season with 2–0 victories over Wesleyan (3–2) and Bates (2–3). The Jumbos have yet to give up a goal this season, an astounding statistic considering they have scored 15 themselves. This week brought their overall record to 5–0 and their conference record to 3–0. Saturday afternoon featured the […]


Women’s soccer dominant in opening week

Through one week of the 2018 season, Tufts is off to as good a start as it could have imagined. In the span of five days, the Jumbos racked up three wins and an 11–0 total scoring margin. With convincing wins over all three of its opponents — away at Emerson and Colby, and at […]


Jumbos prepare for challenging fall season

Football Tufts finished its 2017 season sixth in the NESCAC with a 5–4 record. Despite this decline from a 7–1 showing in 2016, the Jumbos’ talent was recognized by the league’s coaches. Seven players were named to last season’s All-NESCAC team, including four players who graduated in May. Junior linebacker Greg Holt, senior defensive back Tim […]


Women’s soccer beats Bates, loses to Lesley

At home on Kraft Field, the Jumbos (7–3–3 overall, 5–1–2 NESCAC) fell 1–0 to the Lesley Lynx (11–2–2 overall) in a closely contested non conference matchup on Tuesday. The game was locked dead even until Lesley’s junior forward Samantha Bessey scored the lone goal in the eighth minute of overtime to earn her side the victory. Heading […]


Students, faculty share positive visual art experiences on both sides of the Charles

Tufts’ acquisition of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) in summer 2016 offered an opportunity for students and faculty at the SMFA to collaborate more with students on the Medford/Somerville campus. According to the students and faculty interviewed, this merger has been an all-around positive change. Mags Harries, a professor at the SMFA, says the transition […]


Jumbos’ undefeated streak ends against MIT, find redemption against Hamilton

Despite losing 1-0 to MIT on Tuesday and 3-1 to Amherst on Saturday, Tufts ended its week with a 3-1 victory over Hamilton. Tufts moves to 3-1-1 in NESCAC play and 4-2-3 overall, tying Amherst for second in the NESCAC behind defending NESCAC champion Williams. Speaking about the overall performance of the team this past week, senior co-captain […]


Women’s soccer wins two to start season

Two games into their season, the Jumbos remain solid on defense and are looking strong on offense. Tufts is 2-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play. “We’re so excited for the win,” coach Martha Whiting said. “It’s really great to start off on such a good foot, and the nice thing is that we got two […]


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