The women’s basketball team, led by impressive three-point shooting performances from Sela Kay ’23 and Annie Boasberg ’22, improved to a record of 14-3 (4-1 NESCAC) following a commanding four-game winning streak. Over the course of the streak, Kay averaged nearly three made three-pointers per game and Boasberg boasted an impressive 46% from beyond the arc to propel their team to the top of the NESCAC standings. The team aims to extend the streak at NESCAC’s eighth-ranked Tufts this Friday.
WONDER IN WILLIAMSTOWN
On Saturday, the men’s hockey team posted a statement win against NESCAC’s first-ranked Williams College. Andy Stoneman ’23 scored two goals in the 3-2 road victory, and Albert Washco ’22 contributed both a goal and an assist in Bowdoin’s first win at Williams since 2013. The team improved to a 5-5-4 record (5-3-3 NESCAC) and currently sits at third in the table. The Polar Bears hope to continue the good fortune this Saturday in Watson Arena against Colby College in the fabled Bowdoin-Colby hockey game.
HIGH JUMP FOR HIGH JUMPERS
The women’s track and field team has (pole) vaulted into the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division III national poll. After doubling second-place Maine-Farmington’s point total at the Peter Slovenski Invitational, the team not only walked away with a victory but with the 17th overall ranking on the national poll. Next up is the Maine State Meet at Colby on February 4.