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Highlight Reel for Apr. 6

April 6, 2018

Sounds good: The sailing team competed in both the Lynn Marchiando Team Race at MIT and their only home regatta, the Harpswell Sound Team Race, this weekend. The team competed in five round robins at Harpswell Sound, finishing first and second with records of 10-5 and 9-6. At MIT, the team qualified for the gold fleet after the first round robin and went on to finish third overall. This weekend, the team will head to the Team Race New England Champs at Connecticut College and the Southern Series at University of Rhode Island.

Stickin’ to it: The women’s lacrosse team (7-3, NESCAC 3-3) returned to the win column after a midweek 15-13 win against Bates (6-5, NESCAC 1-2) on Wednesday. After the Bobcats took a 6-1 lead in the first half, the Polar Bears stormed back to end the half ahead 7-6. Katherine Miller ’21 and Hannah Hirschfeld ’18 led the team with four goals each. The team looks to stay in the win column against Connecticut College on Saturday at noon.

Hittin’ hard: The baseball team (8-7, NESCAC 2-1) won its weekend series against Bates (4-9, NESCAC 1-2) 2-1. On Friday, the team won 3-1 and then split Saturday with a 4-3 win followed by a 5-3 loss. Austin Zakow ’21 wowed with a home run and three RBI on Saturday. The team will continue NESCAC play with the Trinity series, which begins today at 4 p.m.

Sweeping the court: The No. 2 men’s tennis team (10-0, NESCAC 2-0) continued its win streak against No. 26 MIT and Connecticut College this weekend. A 9-7 win by Gil Roddy ’18 and Justin Patel ’20 put Bowdoin in the lead after doubles and the team finished the match 7-2 against MIT. The next day, the team swept all six singles matches to beat Connecticut College 8-1. The Polar Bears will face off against Amherst on Sunday at 8 p.m. in their first home match.



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