The women's soccer team has played more than its fair share this season, having gone into overtime in six of its 10 games.

On October 1, Bowdoin traveled to Connecticut College for one such stalemate battle. Captain Ellery Gould '12 tied the Bowdoin scoring record when she tied up the game in regulation—though the Polar Bears eventually lost to the Camels 2-1.

Only days later, Bowdoin turned around its fortunes by dominating the University of Maine-Farmington in a 7-1 victory. Gould continued her scoring streak by breaking the career goals record. Teammates Casey Blossom '13, Carolyn Gorajek '13, Becky Krakora '14, Caroline Logan '14, Molly Popolizio '14, and Alexa Yurick '15 also contributed to the scoring.

Last Saturday, Bowdoin hosted NESCAC rival Colby at home. The Polar Bears played through yet another overtime contest, though this time settled for a 0-0 draw with the Mules.

Colby goalkeeper Emily Brooke smothered many of Bowdoin's chances, finishing with twelve saves. Bowdoin's first-time starter Maddie Lane '14 made five saves, four of them in overtime.

Bowdoin was back on the road Tuesday to face the University of New England. In a back-and-forth battle, the Polar Bears found themselves ahead only 2:47 into the match as Gould connected with Popolizio for the first goal. At the 15-minute mark, New England converted on a penalty attempt to tie it.

New England pulled ahead 2-1, only to be matched when Gould netted the ball to tie things up yet again. Captain Celeste Swain '12 drilled the decisive goal off Gould's cross to finish the game with a 3-2 victory.

Despite the team's mixed results, Bowdoin has outshot its past four opponents 83-30, and hopes to turn more of those shots into victories as the team hosts Hamilton and undefeated Amherst this weekend. The Polar Bears are now 4-3-3, though they have yet to win in NESCAC play.

-Compiled by Clare McLaughlin.