goes down in flames
ALISON MCCONNELL, STAFF WRITER
Arena echoed with drumbeats, cheers, and chants (some directed at
a particular yellow tank top-wearing Colby fan) last Tuesday, as
the men's hockey team buried Colby's White Mules in a rousing 5-2
"It was great to see the school out to support
us," Head Coach Terry Meagher said. "It was a fun and wild night,
and a big win for Bowdoin College."
Squash takes down South Africa
ANNE STEVENSON, STAFF WRITER
is not every day that Bowdoin gets to play against another country.
Last Thursday, however, the Bowdoin Squash Team had the privilege
to play against the University of Cape Town South Africa.
The University of Cape Town team decided to add
Bowdoin at the last minute to its roster of opponents on its North
American tour. The Bowdoin women had no idea what to expect about
the South Africans' skill level or what kind of a challenge they
The ultimate indoor track challenge
FOWKES, COPY EDITOR
many athletes, running is associated with punishment-maybe for being
too slow at practice or not having the endurance to perform well
throughout the game. So maybe it's a fair statement to say that
track athletes must be super tough because their whole sport is