Amherst Lord Jeffs

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 14-11 - Conference: 3-6
11/20 vs. Maine-Farmington Final W, 76-51 PH
11/21 vs. Ithaca Final W, 92-67 PH
12/1 at Westfield State Final W, 86-68
12/4 at Elms Final L, 88-79
12/5 at Springfield Final W, 80-61
@ Elms
12/8 vs. Emmanuel Final W, 98-76
12/12 at Lasell Final W, 94-70
1/2 at Stevenson Final W, 69-56
1/6 at Wesleyan Final W, 81-72
1/9 at Williams Final L, 72-69
1/11 at Babson Final L, 65-59
1/15 vs. Wesleyan * • Final W, 87-71 PH
1/16 vs. Connecticut College * • Final W, 89-82 PH
1/21 at Curry Final W, 87-69
1/23 at Trinity (Conn.) * • Final W, 67-65
1/26 vs. Vassar Final W, 88-55 PH
1/29 at Bowdoin * • Final L, 69-68
1/30 at Colby * • Final L, 72-68
2/2 vs. Rhode Island College Final W, 105-84 PH
2/5 at Bates * • Final L, 76-47
2/6 at Tufts * • Final L, 69-68
2/9 at Brandeis Final L, 71-55
2/12 vs. Williams * • Final L, 81-60 PH
2/13 vs. Middlebury * • Final L, 85-72
2/20 at Colby Final L, 67-49

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 14-11 - Conference: 3-6
1/15 vs. Wesleyan * • W, 87-71 PH
1/16 vs. Connecticut College * • W, 89-82 PH
1/23 at Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 67-65
1/29 at Bowdoin * • L, 69-68
1/30 at Colby * • L, 72-68
2/5 at Bates * • L, 76-47
2/6 at Tufts * • L, 69-68
2/12 vs. Williams * • L, 81-60 PH
2/13 vs. Middlebury * • L, 85-72

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NESCAC/Men/2009-10/standings-div1 : /conf/NESCAC/Men/2009-10/standings-div2 : /conf/NESCAC/Men/2009-10/standings

2009-10

Williams 9-0 30-2
Middlebury 8-1 25-4
Colby 6-3 19-6
Bates 5-4 14-12
Bowdoin 4-5 13-12
Amherst 3-6 14-11
Wesleyan 3-6 11-14
Trinity (Conn.) 3-6 10-14
Connecticut College 2-7 10-14
Tufts 2-7 6-17

Past Records

2017-18 (17-8, 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): 1792
Location: Amherst, MA
Colors: Purple, White, Black
Region: Northeast
Arena: LeFrak Gymnasium (1800)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 16, 2018 Turnaround is fair play Amherst and Wooster are perennial powers that dropped off the national radar after slow starts. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps entered the season highly ranked, then lost seven of its first 10 games. As we head down the stretch toward the NCAA Tournament, all three have played themselves back into the postseason picture. Ryan Scott has the story in Around the Nation.
February 10, 2018 Mammoth weekend includes Hixon milestone Amherst started the weekend two games out of first in the NESCAC and finished it with hosting rights for the upcoming playoffs. The Mammoths followed Friday's win over Williams by beating No. 5 Middlebury, and David Hixon picked up his 800th win in the process.
February 10, 2018 Men: Seven ranked teams upset Saturday afternoon Wittenberg? No longer unbeaten. Middlebury? Fell again. MIT? Still reeling. Plus Swarthmore went down in double overtime, Lyco lost its third in four games, York fell at home and the top 10 didn't agree with Eastern Connecticut so much. More in the wrapup.
February 1, 2018 5th Annual Hoopsville Marathon It was the annual Hoopsville Marathon ... scheduled for 12-hours ... finished at 14-hours. Dave was joined by coaches, student-athletes, administrators, and other guests from around the country to not only prepare for the final month of the regular season, but also celebrate what makes the division and sport so great. Watch all, or any part, that you may have missed On Demand here.
November 27, 2017 Men's Top 25 poll released A chaotic start to the season results in a very different looking Top 25 compared to the preseason poll. Nine teams exit the rankings and are replaced by mainstays, like Whitworth, Amherst and Wooster. How far did the defending champs fall? How many NESCAC teams are ranked? Find out here.
July 31, 2017 Generals recruit alum after coach departs Washington and Lee selected Chris McHugh as its next head men's basketball coach, replacing Adam Hutchinson who accepted an assistant coaching position at his alma mater Amherst.