Amherst Lord Jeffs

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 21-7 - Conference: 7-2
11/18 vs. Curry Final W, 73-45
11/21 vs. Massachusetts College Final W, 85-52
11/22 vs. Skidmore Final W, 100-97
12/2 vs. Lasell Final W, 104-77
12/5 at Springfield Final W, 84-57
@ at Westfield State
12/6 at Westfield State Final W, 90-59
12/9 at Emmanuel Final W, 63-61
12/31 at Caltech Final W, 106-56
1/2 vs. Pomona-Pitzer Final W, 74-52
@ Cal Tech
1/6 at Wesleyan Final L, 72-69
1/10 at Williams Final W, 65-60
1/12 vs. Babson Final W, 62-55 PH
1/16 vs. Wesleyan * • Final W, 76-46
1/17 vs. Connecticut College * • Final W, 74-49
1/20 vs. Brandeis Final L, 73-58 PH
1/24 at Trinity (Conn.) * • Final W, 65-48
1/27 at Western New England Final W, 70-44
1/30 at Bowdoin * • Final W, 73-52
1/31 at Colby * • Final L, 81-76
2/3 at Rhode Island College Final L, 72-61
2/6 at Bates * • Final W, 71-66
2/7 at Tufts * • Final W, 84-70
2/13 vs. Williams * • Final L, 89-78
2/14 vs. Middlebury * • Final W, 71-64 PH
2/21 vs. Trinity (Conn.) Final W, 80-66
2/28 vs. Williams Final W, 86-74
@ Middlebury
3/1 at Middlebury Final L, 77-68
3/6 at Gwynedd-Mercy Final L, 68-62
@ Richard Stockton

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 21-7 - Conference: 7-2
1/16 vs. Wesleyan * • W, 76-46
1/17 vs. Connecticut College * • W, 74-49
1/24 at Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 65-48
1/30 at Bowdoin * • W, 73-52
1/31 at Colby * • L, 81-76
2/6 at Bates * • W, 71-66
2/7 at Tufts * • W, 84-70
2/13 vs. Williams * • L, 89-78
2/14 vs. Middlebury * • W, 71-64 PH

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NESCAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div1 : /conf/NESCAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div2 : /conf/NESCAC/Men/2008-09/standings

2008-09

Middlebury 8-1 24-4
Amherst 7-2 21-7
Colby 6-3 17-8
Williams 6-3 17-9
Bowdoin 5-4 17-9
Bates 4-5 13-12
Trinity (Conn.) 4-5 9-15
Connecticut College 2-7 13-12
Wesleyan 2-7 7-17
Tufts 1-8 9-15

Past Records

2017-18 (17-9, 7-3 NESCAC)
2016-17 (17-8, 7-3 NESCAC)
2015-16 (26-6, 8-2 NESCAC)
2014-15 (21-8, 6-4 NESCAC)
2013-14 (27-4, 9-1 NESCAC)
2012-13 (30-2, 10-0 NESCAC)
2011-12 (26-3, 10-0 NESCAC)
2010-11 (25-4, 7-2 NESCAC)
2009-10 (14-11, 3-6 NESCAC)
2008-09 (21-7, 7-2 NESCAC)
2007-08 (27-4, 9-0 NESCAC)
2006-07 (30-2, 8-1 NESCAC)

Team Info

Coach: David Hixon
Conference: NESCAC

Amherst

Mammoths

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1835
Location: Amherst, MA
Colors: Purple, White, Black
Region: Northeast
Arena: LeFrak Gymnasium (1800)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

January 10, 2020 No. 15 Men’s Basketball Hands No. 3 Middlebury First Loss of the Season AMHERST, Mass. – Only up three points heading into the halftime break, No. 15 Amherst College men's basketball rattled off a 13-0 run halfway through the second to top No. 3 Middlebury, 81-69, handing the Panthers their first loss on the season in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play Friday night at LeFrak Gymnasium.
December 10, 2019 #25 Amherst Deals #21 Springfield First Loss of the Season AMHERST, Mass. – The Amherst College men’s basketball team earned their biggest victory of the year so far on Tuesday night when they defeated #21 Springfield College 76-70, handing the Pride their first loss of the year after a wildly entertaining game at LeFrak Gymnasium.
September 16, 2019 Hixon taking sabbatical from Amherst Getting a sabbatical from coaching is fairly rare in college basketball, slightly less so at the Division III level, but David Hixon will be taking this season off, Hoopsville and D3sports.com have learned. More details inside.
March 7, 2019 Hoopsville: Who Survives? By the end of the weekend, there will be eight teams remaining who have a chance at two national titles. But who? Watch Hoopsville On Demand (or listen to the podcast) to hear how some of the teams are preparing for the Sectional Round of the NCAA Tournaments.
March 2, 2019 NESCAC advances three to Sweet 16 The NESCAC will have a trio moving on, while the CCIW and ODAC have two teams apiece advancing to the Division III men's basketball Sweet 16. More in the second-round tournament recap.
February 24, 2019 Sunday: 'Bos depose conference foes Tufts defeated top-ranked Bowdoin 75-69 to win the NESCAC championship title while Shenandoah proved that eight was enough in the ODAC. In men's action Guilford toppled Randolph-Macon, Hanover held off Transy and Amherst won the NESCAC.