Women?s soccer falls in NESCAC semifinals
Williams College defeated the Bowdoin women 6-1 in the semifinals of the 2008 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship, bringing the season to a close for the Polar Bears. The Ephs came out firing in the first two minutes of the game, as midfielder Jackie Russo slotted a ball past keeper Kelly Thomas '09. The goal was the second fastest to open a game in NESCAC tournament history.
Aceto kicks soccer into semis
As Christina Aceto '11 lined up for the penalty kick that could lead the her team to the NESCAC semifinals, adrenaline rushed to her head. Nonetheless, Aceto settled herself and cooly buried the ball in the bottom left corner of the net. Her shot is sending her and the rest of the women's soccer team to next round of the tournament, battling No. 1 Williams. But their road to victory has not been smooth.
Women?s soccer dominates Mules
Molly Duffy '11 led a scoring frenzy as the women's soccer team came out strong last Saturday, crushing NESCAC rival Colby 4-0. With this win, the Polar Bears improved their record to 7-3-3 on the season, 4-2-2 in the NESCAC. Bowdoin is currently ranked No. 4 in the NESCAC.
Women?s soccer stumbles at Brandeis
After an upsetting Homecoming loss, 2-0 to Trinity, the Bowdoin Women's Soccer Team fought to return to a winning track, topping Husson on Sunday but falling to Brandeis on Thursday. The Polar Bears traveled down to Brandeis for a late non-conference game on Thursday. Action would not take long to develop as the Judges scored within the first two minutes of the game.
Women?s soccer takes two over Camels and Panthers
The women's soccer team is on the rise after recent victories over Middlebury and Connecticut College. Despite it being Fall Break last weekend, the Connecticut College Camels were afforded no rest as they were soundly defeated by the Bowdoin women, 4-1, on Saturday. The onslaught began early. In the eighth minute Dana Riker '10 was able to find the back of the net from a corner served by Rebecca Silva '11.
Gould '12 leads women?s soccer to win
Battling two NESCAC opponents this week, the women's soccer team displayed definitive style defeating Bates 2-0 on Wednesday, as well as in the 3-3 tie with Amherst earlier in the week. Wednesday brought clouds and a slight rain to Pickard field but did not damper the Lady Polar Bears as they handed the Bobcats their fourth consecutive loss.
Women?s soccer rebounds after loss to Ephs
The women's soccer team currently boasts a 2-1-2 record after suffering an upsetting 4-0 loss to Williams last Saturday before redeeming itself in a 3-0 victory over the University of Southern Maine on Wednesday. The Polar Bears took no time at all to settle into a rhythm against Southern Maine, with a goal from Rebecca Silva '11 within the first 90 seconds of the game that started off the 3-0 domination of the Huskies.
Women?s soccer ties, to face rival Ephs
After a scoreless draw with conference opponent Wesleyan, the women's soccer team maintains its unbeaten record. While the Bowdoin women remain undefeated in both conference and non-conference play, posting a 1-0-2 record, sophomore Rebecca Silva was not pleased with the result in the contest against the Cardinals.
Women?s soccer commands opener, but fails to convert chances vs. Babson
The Bowdoin women's soccer team got off to a strong start last weekend, going 1-0-1 in its first two games of the season. Coming off an historical 2007 season, which culminated in their first-ever NESCAC championship game, Saturday's game against Bridgewater State left little doubt as to whether this year's squad was up to last year's caliber.