hockey heads to semis
ALISON MCCONNELL, STAFF WRITER
playoffs started on a good note for the men's hockey team last weekend.
They dealt fourth-seeded Trinity (15-7-2) a 4-3 overtime loss on
Saturday, and advanced to today's 4:00 semifinal against second
seed Amherst (17-4-3).
JENN LARAIA, STAFF WRITER
Bowdoin women's basketball team has had a stellar week-they've been
crowned NESCAC champions and have advanced to the next round of
the NCAA Division III tournament. Also, Bowdoin players received
some individual awards: Kristi Royer '03, who leads the team in
scoring, was named to the First Team All-NESCAC Women's Basketball
Team, while Lora Trenkle '04, the freshman star, was named to the
tension at swim meet
MCNALLY, STAFF WRITER
recent article in the New York Times entitled "Basketball's Troubles"
discussed the reasons for the sport's dropping attendance and general
fan disinterest in recent years. During the 1998-1999 season, television
viewer ship plummeted 15%. Last season, the trend continued with
another 15% slash in ratings.
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