soccer to host ECACs
Eric Bornhofft, STAFF WRITER
The NESCAC men's soccer semifinals were hosted on Saturday by Williams
College. Top seeded Williams took care of Amherst 2-0 to earn a
spot in the finals, whilethe Bears were set to play Middlebury.
Bowdoin started off playing flatly and Middlebury took advantage.
The Panthers penetrated the Bear defense just seven minutes into
the contest, enabling a Middlebury striker to put a shot into the
wraps up very successful season
Jennifer Laraia, STAFF WRITER
the number of regattas this season seemed enormous only two months
ago, the Bowdoin sailors are now putting away their gear until the
spring. While the season seemed to pass too quickly, the team pulled
off some great performances and gained valuable experience in their
sport. This season was one of transition, as Thomas Sitzmann took
over the reigns as head coach, and as a talented group of sophomores
moved into the forefront. First-years learned the ropes and demonstrated
great potential for future contribution to the team. The regattas
of the past few weekends mark the culmination of a productive season.
Spotlight: Steve Allison
Giammona, STAFF WRITER
Allison will be the first to tell you that he has come a long-way
in his time at Bowdoin. The Braintree, Massachusetts native once
dubbed "The Braintree Rocket" because of his sleek build, immense
running talent, and communist leanings, has undergone quite a transformation
in college. In the process, Allison has developed into one of New
England's toughest and most dedicated runners.
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