Ann BasuString Quartet: Gil Roddy ’18 looks towards the ball in the match against Colby College yesterday. The team beat the Mules 9-0, coming back after losing to Middlebury 8-1 last weekend. Ranked second in the nation going into weekend play, the men’s tennis team (12-1, NESCAC 3-1) suffered its first defeat of the season in a surprising 8-1 loss to No.
COURTESY OF BRIAN BEARDWHAT A POWER PLAY: The women’s basketball team fell to Amherst 65-45 in the finals of the NCAA DIII Tournament. This is only the second time in program history the team has competed in the Final Four of the tournament.
For the first time in league history, the men’s hockey team has not made it to the first round of the NESCAC tournament. In a final grab for ranking points last weekend, the men’s hockey team was defeated by Tufts and Connecticut College, dropping the team to ninth in the NESCAC and effectively eliminating the Polar Bears from the tournament.
Jack BurnettBALLIN’ OUT: Lauren Petit ’18 dribbles the ball past a Middlebury opponent during Friday’s game, which the Polar Bears won 70-52. This marked their 20th win of the season. The team continued the momentum against Williams, beating the Ephs 73-47 on Saturday.
Ann BasuSTEP UP: Last week, Lucia Gagliardone ’20 performed her final class project, which she choreographed. She also designed the costume, lighting and sound for her performance. The dance department’s annual December show allows students, both novice and advanced, to show off their skills in dance, choreography and staging.
Ann BasuRunning wild The women's team competes in the Bowdoin Invitational II. This weekend, the teams finished their seasons with the New England Regionals. Racing in the New England Regional on the fairway of a golf course last Saturday, men’s cross country captain Ben Torda ’18 placed seventh, qualifying for the NCAA Division III Men’s Cross Country Championship which will be held in Illinois.
COURTESY OF MICHAEL HARRISMATCH UP: The fencing club practices on the steps of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art to make their sport more visible to the entire campus. In nice weather, some students choose to sit on the quad.
“What happened last October?” Tatana Kellner asked students gathered at the popup show for her printmaking installation “Please Exit, Doors are Closing” on Tuesday in the Edwards Center for Art and Dance. Answer: the 2016 presidential debates, a time during which Kellner was working and reflecting on questions surrounding immigration policy in America.