basketball starts season 3-1
JENN LARAIA, STAFF WRITER
Bowdoin Women's Basketball Team has begun the season in true form-with
three wins and one loss. Coach Stephanie Pemper is beginning her
third season at Bowdoin; she will be joined by Kathleen Higgins,
a former Williams College basketball and softball standout.
While Bowdoin may have a very young team, they
are certainly not at a loss for talent. Jessie Mayol '02 and Kristi
Royer '03 were both named to the All-NESCAC Third Team last season,
while Lauren Myers '01 is only four points shy of one thousand.
The impressive first-year class is led by Lora Trenkle'04, who has
already asserted herself as a consistent top-scorer. This year's
team is captained by Jamie Bennett '01, Myers, and Mayol.
hockey falls to RIT, ties Brockport
ALISON MCCONNELL, STAFF WRITER
Bowdoin Men's Hockey Team, currently tied for NESCAC's top spot
with three other teams, lost to RIT 6-3, and battled to a 3-3 tie
with Brockport this weekend in the Bowdoin-Colby Face-Off Classic.
In the first round of competition, Bowdoin (2-1-1)
dominated the first period with RIT (7-0-0) and posted a 2-1 at
the break. Mike Carosi '02 put away the first goal of the game with
season kicks off
FOWKES, COPY EDITOR
track season has begun and the women are working towards a top-five
finish in New England. Last season Bowdoin placed behind Wheaton,
Williams and Tufts amongst the twenty other Division III schools
in New England.
Colby will be another tough rival this season.
Bowdoin and Colby's women's teams battled back and forth last season.
Each match up proved to be a truly competitive test, often with
as little as two and a half points deciding the victor. Colby claimed
the Maine State Title last winter, however the Polar Bears will
provide another season of fierce competition and hope to claim the
State Title for Bowdoin.
hockey defeats USM, 4-1
Skiing: Fun the whole year round
blanks Colby, 9-0