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Highlight Reel for January 26

January 26, 2024


On Tuesday evening, the women’s hockey team (8–8–2; 3–5–2 NESCAC) put up a 5-–1 win against the University of New England (UNE) after a string of losses against Middlebury College (8–3–3; 5–1–2 NESCAC) and Wesleyan University (8–6–2; 3–4–1 NESCAC). Anyi Sun ’26 gave the Polar Bears an early lead in the third minute with an assist from Elena DiMagno ’26, followed by a goal to the right post from Abigail Ainley ’26. The third period brought another three goals for the team from Bella Mele ’27, Brett Stoddard ’23 and Jane McCarter ’25 for a total of five unanswered goals. In the final two minutes, UNE added a goal and prevented a shutout. The Polar Bears will return to conference play this weekend with games against Amherst (12–2–2; 6–2–2 NESCAC) tonight at 7 p.m. and at 3 p.m. tomorrow.


The women’s squash team split its four final matches of winter break and are currently 18th in College Squash Association rankings. The team won against Dickinson College (5–4) and Franklin & Marshall College (7-–2) but lost to Amherst College (1–8) and Georgetown University (1–8). The team’s wins against Dickinson and Franklin & Marshall came from several 3-–0 wins by Mira Karande ’26, Darcy Weber ’26, Janie Lytle ’27 and Eshika Tangri ’27. Clare Collins ’27 swept all four of her individual matches throughout the weekend.  Tomorrow, the team will face Colby at 2 p.m.


The men’s (157–131) and women’s (133.5–166.5) swim and dive teams split their final home meet against UMaine last weekend. Elizabeth Walsh ’26 won the 400 IM and 200 backstroke, followed by Sydney Lillis ’27 and Carolyn Casey ’26 respectively. Casey also finished first in the 500 free, and Tatum Zupnik ’24 added wins in the 100 free and 50 fly. On the men’s side, Owen Weller ’27, Alex Grand’Pierre ’24, Raphael Grand’Pierre ’27 and Micah Sher ’27 started off with a win in the 400 medley relay. Jack Tran ’26 won the 50 free, the 100 IM and the 50 fly, and Brim Peabody ’25 took first in the 400 IM. Both teams are anticipating Colby-Bates-Bowdoin meets in the next two weekends.


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