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This week in sports: 3/31 – 4/6

April 7, 2017

Cool as ice.

Kerri St. Denis ’19, goalie for the women’s ice hockey team, was named a New England Hockey Writers All-Star after an outstanding first season with the Polar Bears. With six shutouts on the season and a .954 save percentage that ranks second in the league, St. Denis was also an All-NESCAC Second Team selection, along with defender Brigit Bergin ’18 and forward Julie Dachille ’17.

Going for gold.

Jake Adicoff ’18 won gold for the U.S. in the cross-country skiing long distance event at the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup and Paralympic Winter Games Test Event in Pyeongchang, South Korea with a time of 1:00:16.9. Adicoff races for Bowdoin’s nordic skiing team and previously competed at the Sochi Paralympic Winter Games in 2014 in the biathlon and cross-country skiing events.

Come back kids.

Women’s lacrosse bounced back from a disappointing 12-7 loss to league-leader Trinity (10-1, 6-0 NESCAC) with a hard-fought 10-9 win over Bates (6-5, 1-5 NESCAC). The win featured a hat trick by attacker Hannah Hirschfeld ’18 and 11 saves by goalkeeper Kayli Weiss ’18. The team will travel to Conn College (1-7, 0-5 NESCAC) for its next match tomorrow at noon.

Seventh inning rally.

The baseball team will look to recover from a tough 6-0 loss to Southern Maine (8-7) on Wednesday in its first divisional series this weekend. The Polar Bears will face Bates (7-5, 3-0 NESCAC) in a three-game series with the first game today at 3 p.m. and the next two at noon and 2:30 p.m. tomorrow as they look to improve their 6-9 record. While the series was originally scheduled to be at home, the teams will be competing at Colby due to unplayable field conditions.


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