The women’s soccer team (9–3–1; 4–3–1 NESCAC) earned its second consecutive shutout with a 1–0 win versus Colby College (4–9–0; 0–9–0 NESCAC) on Wednesday. The first half consisted of close chances from forward Samaya Bernardo ’24 and midfielder Isa Quintana ’23. The Polar Bear lead came in the match’s 64th minute, when defender Kyra Hacker ’26 passed the ball to forward Morgan Smiley ’24, who found the back of the net. With fewer than twenty minutes left in the match, defender Katrina Reidy ’23 kept Colby scoreless when she cleared away a ball that was heading toward Bowdoin’s back post. Bowdoin will play Wesleyan University (6–4–3; 3–3–2 NESCAC) tomorrow in its last home game of the season.
LUCKY NUMBER 8
The field hockey team (9–4; 4–4 NESCAC) dominated Colby College (5–8; 1–8 NESCAC) in a 8–3 victory on Tuesday night. Forward Faith Jennings ’23 started the Polar Bears off with a goal in the third minute of the game, and Bowdoin was up by three goals at the end of the first quarter. Defender Georgie Coetzer ’23 scored just a minute into the second quarter before adding two more goals in the third quarter for a hat trick. Forward Jill Cloonan ’24 had a two-goal game, and other Polar Bear tallies came from Sophia Rosati ’24 and Mackay Bommer ’26. Bowdoin will go up against Wesleyan (4–9; 1–7 NESCAC) tomorrow at Howard F. Ryan Field.
WHEN IN ROME…
Men’s tennis players Tristan Bradley ’23 and Reid Staples ’24 competed in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Cup in Rome, Ga. last weekend. Bradley advanced to the final round after winning every set in three consecutive matches. He earned second place in the singles tournament after falling in the finals 6–4, 5–7, 6–2. Staples won two matches and was a semifinalist. The rest of the men’s tennis team played at the Wesleyan Invitational in Connecticut, where Jack Flores ’24 and Andrew Mendelson ’26 advanced to the semifinals of the A-Doubles bracket. The team will resume its season in the spring.