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Highlight Reel for November 10

November 10, 2023


On Wednesday, Felipe Rueda Duran ’26, Tyler Huck ’26 and Julian Juantorena ’23 were named First Team All-NESCAC, while Jack Selig ’23 and Carlton Steinberg ’24 were named Second Team. Rueda Duran led the NESCAC with ten goals and six assists, scoring the most goals from a Bowdoin player since 2007. Huck assisted three goals and scored eight of his own—four of which were game-winners. Juantorena earned his third NESCAC honor and finished the season with the second best goals against average in the NESCAC. Selig and Steinberg both played on Bowdoin’s back line, which recorded 0.75 goals against average this season—second in the league.


Maddie Mrva ’27 was named NESCAC Rookie of the Year and started all 16 games this year, tallying her first goal against UNE in the team’s season opener and playing a key role in the midfield throughout the season. Georgie Coetzer ’23 was named First Team All-NESCAC for the third season in a row and ranked second for goals on the team with eight. Coetzer will leave Bowdoin with 22 total goals, 13 assists and seven defensive saves. Midfielder Caroline Higgins ’24 earned a Second Team All-NESCAC award and led the team with nine goals, including four game-winning goals, and 11 assists.


The women’s rugby team (6–0) is looking to add a fourth NIRA DIII Championship on November 18 ahead of the semifinals against Norwich University (0-–6) tomorrow at Pickard Field. The winners of Bowdoin’s match and of the match between the University of New England (2–2–2) and Adrian College (2–2–2) will face off in the championship. Bowdoin’s team is coming off a perfect season with a cumulative 302 points and only 34 allowed points.


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