Eliza GraumlichSWINGING STRONG: Caroline Rice ’19 warms up with a practice swing in the team’s double-header against Tufts on Saturday. After losing two of three games to Tufts (18-12, 6-4 NESCAC) last weekend, the Bowdoin softball team (24-8, 6-3 NESCAC) dropped to No.
Courtesy of Brian Beard PhotographyBATTER UP: Claire McCarthy ’18 takes the plate in the Polar Bears’ three-game series against Colby last weekend. The Bowdoin softball team (23-6, 5-1 NESCAC) is currently on a 12-game win streak after beating Colby (7-15, 0-6 NESCAC) this weekend 3-0 and sweeping a double-header against Saint Joseph’s (11-13) 9-5 and 11-0 on Tuesday.
The men’s tennis team will face No. 4 Middlebury at home tomorrow in another installment of their growing NESCAC rivalry. Last year, the Polar Bears played the Panthers three times and lost in both the regular season and the NESCAC championships. However, Bowdoin evened the score in the NCAA DIII championship, winning 5-0 to claim its first national title.
Courtesy of Gilbert RoddyLOVE TO WIN: Kyle Wolfe ’18 played well in the Stag-Hen tournament in California over Spring Break. The team only lost one game—a close 5-4 loss to No. 2 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. The men’s tennis team, the defending NCAA Division III champions, finished the Stag-Hen Tournament in Claremont, California with a 8-1 record.
Ann BasuBrigit Bergin ’19 leads the Polar Bear defense in a showdown against Saint Anselm (22-2-3) in December. The 2-2 tie with the Hawks extended the Polar Bear’s unbeaten streak to four—a strong start that foreshadowed the team’s continued dominance that has carried them to the NESCAC semifinals.