Women’s hockey beats Williams, will play Amherst in semifinals
In a bout of revenge, the No. 5-seeded women's hockey team defeated the fourth ranked Williams Ephs in the first round of the NESCAC Championships at Williams on Saturday.
Women’s hockey will travel to Williams after falling to the Ephs last weekend
After securing the No. 5 seed, the Polar Bears head to Williams for the NESCAC quarterfinals
In the final week of the regular season, the women's hockey team (11-11-2; 8-7-1 NESCAC) achieved an impressive upset against Middlebury (15-6-3; 11-4-1 NESCAC), followed closely by a heartbreaking loss against Williams (12-10-2; 9-6-1 NESCAC) that assured the Lady Polar Bears a road trip for the first week of the NESCAC Championships.
Women’s hockey blanks Wesleyan on Senior Day
Following a shutout defeat 4-0 at home last Friday night against Trinity, the Lady Polar Bears returned Saturday to deliver their own shutout 8-0 against the hapless Wesleyan Cardinals.
Women’s hockey drops two straight games to Amherst
The women's hockey team started strong before giving up seven unanswered goals in two games last weekend at No. 1-ranked Amherst. The losses dropped the Polar Bears to 9-9-2 (6-5-1 NESCAC) on the season with four games left against NESCAC opponents.
Women’s hockey dominates Plymouth State
While most Bowdoin students were relaxing and enjoying a month away from campus, the women's hockey team was on campus practicing and playing a series of games as the season moves into its last leg.
Women’s hockey beats Conn. and Hamilton
Sophomore Dominique Lozzi, last years NESCAC Rookie of the Year, led the women's hockey team to two wins this weekend and earned herself NESCAC women's hockey player of the week.
Women’s hockey opens 1-0-1
The women's hockey team began the season by facing two tough NESCAC opponents, Middlebury and Williams. This past weekend, the team came away with a close loss to the Panthers (4-0-0) and a tie against the Ephs (3-0-1).