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Highlight Reel for December 2

December 2, 2022


The men’s hockey team (4–0–0; 2–0–0 NESCAC) defeated Johnson & Wales University and UMass-Boston last weekend in its first games at Sidney J. Watson Arena. Against Johnson & Wales on Saturday, forward Andy Stoneman ’23 put Bowdoin on the board with fewer than four minutes remaining in the first period. Gabe Shipper ’26, Patrick Callahan ’24, Jack Studley ’24 and Bobby Pearl ’23 added tallies to cement a 5–2 win. On Sunday, Bowdoin got a 6–0 shutout versus UMass-Boston, with goals from Ethan Kimball ’23, Studley, Jesse Lycan ’24, Chris Brown ’23 and Joe Alexander ’23. The Polar Bears are undefeated through their first four games for the first time since 2010. Bowdoin will take on Colby College (4–0–0; 2–0–0 NESCAC) tomorrow night in Waterville.


Men’s soccer defender Dylan Reid ’22 was named a First Team Division III All-American on Wednesday. It is the first time Bowdoin has had a player receive a first team selection since 2013. Reid led the Bowdoin defense to a NESCAC-best 0.38 goals conceded per match this regular season. He also converted a crucial penalty kick in Bowdoin’s NCAA Second Round penalty shootout win against Vassar College and was named the NESCAC Men’s Soccer Player of the Year. Midfielder Julian Juantorena ’23 was named a Third Team Division III All-American. Juantorena scored four goals this season. The men’s soccer team finished its season with a 13–2–5 (6–1–3 NESCAC) record and fell to University of Mary Washington in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.



Women’s soccer holding midfielder Greta Farkas ’24 was named a Second Team All-American on Wednesday. Farkas is Bowdoin’s first All-American selection in five years. Farkas anchored the Bowdoin defense, which only allowed nine goals all season and scored a penalty kick goal in a 2–1 win over Bates College this fall. Farkas was also named First Team All-Region. Fellow Polar Bears Jess Klein ’25, Samaya Bernardo ’24 and Morgan Smiley ’24 received Second Team All-Region recognition. Bowdoin’s five honorees this year are the most-ever in program history. Bowdoin finished the year 10–4–3 (5–4–1 NESCAC) following a first round NCAA Tournament exit.


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