Men?s lax loses in OT, but recovers for first-round win against Camels
"Never say die" seems to be the motto of the Bowdoin Men's Lacrosse Team these days, particularly after this weekend. While the rest of Bowdoin was busy with other Ivies Weekend activities, the men's lacrosse players were on the road at Williams for their Saturday game against the Ephs. Judging by the first quarter, the Polar Bears knew that they were up against a formidable Williams squad, as the quarter ended locked even at 1-1, from an unassisted goal from Owen Smith '11.
Men?s lax in 4th place
The men's lacrosse team collected two enormous NESCAC wins this past week, cruising past both Amherst and Bates by scores of 12-9 and 8-6, respectively. On Saturday, the Bowdoin squad took on the Amherst Lord Jeffs at home. Bowdoin took an early 3-2 lead by the end of the first quarter with goals from Owen Smith '11, Thadd Welch '08, and Cullen Winkler '09. The second quarter began with a quick goal by Mike Giordano '08, capitalizing on a man-up situation on a pass from Rob Halliday '11.
Men?s lax win 10-6 over Mules, but fall to Tufts in record loss
Ten goals, 10 different shooters. That was the story for the men's lacrosse team Wednesday night as it took on its rival to the north, Colby. When the final whistle had blown, the scoreboard showed Bowdoin victorious by a score of 10-6. Starting goalie Gordon Convery '08 only allowed one goal while he was in front of the net. He gave way to Alex Gluck '08 after the Bears lead by a score of 4-1 at halftime.
Men?s lacrosse takes down Trinity, will face Jumbos
The Bowdoin Men's Lacrosse Team pulled past the Trinity Bantams during the final quarter of its game this week, improving its record to 6-3 overall and 2-2 in the NESCAC league.
Men?s lacrosse splits games
The men's lacrosse team notched an even record this week as it settled into its regular-season schedule. Though dropping a tough NESCAC game to Wesleyan on Saturday, the Polar Bears bucked the loss by winning a solid non-league game against Springfield Wednesday night.
Men?s lacrosse loses twice in OT, goes 4-2
Off to an explosive start, the men's lacrosse team made good use of its spring break. The Polar Bears garnered a 4-2 (1-1 NESCAC) record, beginning with a hard fought 8-6 win over Connecticut College on March 9 in New London, Conn. The game was locked even until the Camels took the lead late in the game. Trailing in the third quarter by a score of 5-4, the Polar Bears racked up four goals in the final quarter of regulation to chalk up their first 'W' of the season. After the crucial season-opening victory, the Polar Bears packed up and headed south for their annual trip to Florida.