The women's soccer team earned its second victory of the season last Saturday by outscoring Brandeis 2-1 at home. Despite a slow start in which Brandeis took seven of the game's first eight shots, the Polar Bears went on the offensive midway through the second half, scoring twice in under 10 minutes.
After clinching three of the past four NCAA championships, the women's field hockey team is gearing up for what looks to be another season of success. Despite the loss of six seniors, the team returns seven starters from last year's NCAA title game, including two All-Americans, senior captains Ella Curren and Katie Herter.
The softball team ended its season on a strong note with a 1-0 victory over Bates on Sunday. The game was the last of the season for both teams, who were both eliminated prior to the NESCAC postseason tournament.
After reaching 20 wins earlier this week with a sweep over UNE, the softball team dropped two games to Husson on Wednesday night.
A stellar performance from rookie pitcher Melissa DellaTorre '14 and a strong offensive showing from the Polar Bears fueled the softball team's first ever NESCAC series win over visiting Tufts last weekend.
The Bowdoin College softball team successfully sweeped the University of Maine-Farminton in a doubleheader on Thursday afternoon.
After the most successful season in program history, including a 34-14 record and a program-first NCAA tournament win, the women's softball team looks to keep improving this season.
The men's swimming team hosted the NESCAC Championship last weekend, earning its best finish since the institution of the championship in 2001.
After earning a spot in the NESCAC Tournament, the men's basketball team saw its season end in an 82-62 quarterfinal loss to Williams on Saturday.
After a furious rally from Wesleyan in the final three minutes of Saturday's matchup, the men's basketball team was able to pull out a 72-71 victory to secure the eighth and final spot in the NESCAC tournament.
After a three-hour road trip, two overtimes and 108 points, the men's basketball team fell one point short in a heartbreaking loss to Bridgewater State on Tuesday night.
After 11 lead changes and five tie scores in the second half alone, the men's basketball team secured an 84-82 non-conference victory over Thomas College on Tuesday night.
Victory was snatched from underneath the men's basketball team on Saturday afternoon as Bates (10-9, 1-3 NESCAC) rallied from a 17-point deficit to stun the Polar Bears at home on Saturday afternoon.
The men's basketball team rebounded from a loss at Bates last weekend with a decisive win 85-72 victory over Colby-Sawyer yesterday evening. The win came on the heels of the Polar Bears' victory over Maine Maritime on Tuesday afternoon.
A thrilling comeback ended in a disappointing loss for the men’s basketball team as the University of Southern Maine (USM) Huskies walked away with a 70-68 victory at Tuesday night’s home opener.
The women's soccer season came to an end in the NESCAC quarterfinals, when they lost a hard-fought battle to second-seeded Amherst. The team ends its season with an overall record of 6-7-2, as Amherst moves on to host the semifinals against Bates.
The women's soccer team secured its spot in the NESCAC tournament with a decisive 3-0 win over Trinity on Senior Day. The Polar Bears will travel to Tufts this weekend to wrap up regular season play and await the final conference rankings, which will determine their opponent in the quarterfinals on Sunday.
After suffering its second loss in a row when it failed to score against Brandeis University in non-conference play on Wednesday, the women's soccer team looks to secure its first win since October 3 as it hosts Trinity (5-2-4 NESCAC, 3-2-2 overall) on Saturday afternoon.
Ellery Gould '12 scored her ninth goal of the season, but it wasn't enough to propel the Polar Bears past Wheaton College.
On Wednesday afternoon, the women's soccer team cruised to a decisive 5-1 victory against the University of Southern Maine (USM).
Kat Flaherty '11 earned her first shutout of the year as the women's soccer team battled to a scoreless draw versus conference rival Colby on Tuesday afternoon.
The first week of the season was filled with ups and downs for the women's soccer team. After experiencing a tough loss versus conference rival Amherst, the Polar Bears rebounded from Saturday's loss with an exciting victory against Husson on Wednesday.