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Where you read it first | Sunday, May 19, 2024

Zachary Myers


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Women’s lacrosse takes down No. 13 Amherst in 17–12 victory

On Saturday, the Tufts women’s lacrosse team traveled to Amherst, Mass. to engage in a high-stakes battle with the Amherst College Mammoths. This clash between two collegiate lacrosse powerhouses was not just a game but a testament to the Jumbos’ prowess, as they entered the field ranked No. 3 in the country, facing a formidable Amherst side ranked No. 14. Sophomore attacker Allie Zorn discussed how the team’s approach differs against highly-ranked teams.

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Tufts softball sweeps weekend road trip

Tufts softball’s weekend road trip started off at the Amherst Softball Field on April 6. Despite the days of rain leading up to the game, the weather stayed relatively calm on Saturday, with a chilly overcast replacing the consistent downpour. The Jumbos entered the doubleheader leading the NESCAC with an overall record of 14–4, facing a sixth-place, 4–9 overall Amherst Mammoths team. Already this deep into the season, the Jumbos knew all there was to know about the Mammoths and were prepared to handle the game like the better team.

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Men’s rowing opens spring season with race against Harvard lightweights

Tufts men’s rowing opened its spring sprint season on Saturday with races against Harvard men’s lightweights and Riverside Boat Club. Coming off a No. 1 ranking in the preseason Division III poll, the pressure was on for the Jumbos to prove, against a notoriously quick Crimson lightweight team, that their Head of the Charles sweep last fall was not just a fluke.

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Tufts men’s lacrosse dominates Conn. College in season opener

A definitive 19–9 win against the Connecticut College Camels in the season opener sees No. 2 Tufts men’s lacrosse continue its amazing form from last season. Any fear that the departure of last season’s star offensive threats would hurt the Jumbos offensively was squashed just three minutes into the game when junior attacker Max Ettinghausen opened the scoring. Although Conn. College’s senior midfielder Bobby Chang tied the game minutes later, Tufts took control from there.

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