THE HOLY TRINITY
The men’s soccer team (7–1–3; 3–1–2 NESCAC) defeated Trinity College (3–5–2; 1–4–2 NESCAC) 3–2 last Saturday afternoon. Trinity scored the game’s first goal early in the second half. In the 69th minute, Ronaldo Cabral ’25 buried the ball under the crossbar with an assist from Felipe Rueda Duran ’26 to tie the game 1–1. A goal by Rueda Duran in the 89th minute, assisted by Jack Selig ’23, brought the score to 2–2. Rueda Duran then scored the winning goal on a penalty kick with just under a minute remaining in the game. The Polar Bears will play Amherst College (8–2–2; 5–1–2 NESCAC) at 2:30 p.m. this Sunday at Pickard Field.
PUTT-IN’ IN THE WORK
In the NESCAC Fall Qualifier in Auburn last weekend, the women’s golf team took fifth place with a two-day total of 641. Shivani Schmulen ’26 earned 12th place individually, and Muzi Wei ’27 and Ocean Park ’25 tied for 15th. Schmulen, Wei and Park have all qualified individually for the NESCAC Championship on May 4 and 5, hosted by Williams College. The men’s golf team returned home from its final tournament of the fall season with a fourth-place finish in the Skidmore Invitational held in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Andrew Flynn ’27 and Matthew Cohen ’27 tied for ninth place individually, just three strokes off the winning total.
A MAMMOTH WIN
On Sunday afternoon, the field hockey team (8–3; 3–3 NESCAC) beat Amherst College (7–5; 4–4 NESCAC) 3–2. Faith Jennings ’23 scored at the end of the first quarter with an assist by Maddie Mrva ’27 to bring the score to 1–0. Early in the second quarter, Mackay Bommer ’26 found a loose ball and netted the team’s second goal of the night. By the final quarter, Amherst had tied the game 2–2, with Julia Arsenault ’23 making one save. Caroline Higgins ’24 scored the final goal for Bowdoin on a penalty corner, pulling ahead with just two minutes left in the game. Tomorrow, the team heads to Clinton, N.Y. to play Hamilton College (7–4; 3–4 NESCAC).