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Highlight Reel for October 27

October 27, 2023


On Saturday, the football team (3–3) fell to Wesleyan University (4–2) in its sixth game of the season. The team earned an early lead with a 27-yard strike from Andrew Boel ’24 to Slade Postemski ’26 in the first quarter. Wesleyan then scored 35 unanswered points in the second and third quarters. Bowdoin was down by 28 points at the start of the fourth quarter. Koy Price ’25 scored a safety, followed up by three touchdown passes from Boel to Brendan King ’23 to end the game 30-–35. The Polar Bears will play Trinity College (5–1) tomorrow at 1 p.m. on Whittier Field.


The sailing team competed at the Oberg Trophy in Boston, Mass. and at the ACC Finals in St. Mary’s City, Md. last weekend. At the Oberg Trophy, 14 members of the team competed in 14 races and finished seventh out of 17 teams. Tbo Antonietti ’24, Sam Bonauto ’25, Kique Ruiz ’26, Timmy Gee ’25 and Izzy Tsuchitori ’26 competed in 14 races at the ACC Finals and finished in 12th place out of 18 teams. The team will compete at the Schell Trophy at MIT, the Urn Trophy at Harvard University and the Nickerson Trophy at Tufts University to close out its fall season.


The women’s rugby team (5–0) won against Adrian College (1–4–2) 42–13 on Saturday afternoon in its first match against the team. Adrian scored a try in the eighth minute, but the Polar Bears quickly responded with 43 points and maintained the lead for the remainder of the match. Saniya Ridley ’25, Katie Stomma ’26, Colleen Doucette ’24 and Kyra Bishop ’26 led the team in tries, and Lauryn Eisenhart ’24 added four conversions throughout the game. The team will wrap up its regular season against the University of New England (3–3–1) at 1 p.m. on Pickard Field tomorrow.


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