SWIMMING AND DIVING last week
The Lyons took to the pool for the final time in 2018, traveling to New York to compete at the Hamilton College Invitational. MHC finished sixth overall in the 10 team field, paced by a number of outstanding efforts. Leading the way was junior diver Samantha Nemivant (pictured), who won the 3-meter event and was second off the 1-meter.
SQUASH last week
The Lyons went 2-2 last week to improve to 7-2 on the season. #28 MHC shouldered a tough loss to #2 Trinity on the road, but battled back for wins over Northeastern and #24 St. Lawrence. The squad closed out the week with a tough 5-4 loss to #22 Hamilton. There were a number of outstanding efforts on the weekend, including rookies Mihiliya Kalahe Arachchige and Maeve Watts-Roy, along with seniors Ragini Ghose and Nadhindi Udangawa - all who went 3-1 last week.
basketball last week
The Lyons shouldered a pair of NEWMAC losses last week to open the conference slate. Rookie Annika Brooks (pictured left) recorded her fifth-and-sixth double-doubles of the season as she notched 15 points and 10 boards against Coast Guard, along with 10 points and 10 rebounds versus Wellesley.
TRACK AND FIELD LAST WEEK
Led by first year head coach, Chris Kibler, the Mount Holyoke College track & field team opened its 2018-19 season on Saturday. The Lyons competed at the 2018 Smith College Winter Classic - a non-team scoring meet - with several student-athletes having a number of outstanding performances, including nine personal-best efforts and two New England Division III Qualifying marks from junior Charleen Theroux (pictured left).