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Highlight Reel for February 9

February 9, 2024


The Nordic skiing team finished third out of eleven teams and with two podium finishes at the Harvard Carnival last weekend. In Friday’s 15k classic race, Emma Crum ’26 and Zachary Ennis ’23 both took third-place finishes. Jori Grialou ’26 and Morgan Richter ’24 came close behind with top-20 finishes, and Will Riley ’27 finished 13th in the men’s race. In Saturday’s freestyle race, Crum picked up a fifth-place finish, followed by Grialou and Richter in eighth and tenth, respectively. On the men’s side, Carson Williams ’24 finished in the top ten. The team will compete in the Dartmouth Carnival this weekend.


In an exciting weekend of conference play, the men’s hockey team (14–4–4; 8–2–4 NESCAC) pulled away with a 2–2 draw against Amherst College (11–8–1; 6–7–1 NESCAC) on Friday and a 3–2 win against Hamilton College (13–6–1; 8–5–1 NESCAC) on Saturday. Michael Dinges ’26 and Bryce Bollman ’27 both scored for the Polar Bears against Amherst. Goaltender Alex Kozic ’24 made 45 stops, just one short of his season-best—previously put up against Amherst earlier this year. The team pivoted from the draw to play Hamilton on Saturday and pulled ahead in the first period with two early conversions on power plays from Patrick Callahan ’24. Bollman scored the team’s third goal with just under 30 seconds left in the second period. This weekend, the team will play its final two road games of the season against Wesleyan University (5–14–1; 3–10–1 NESCAC) and Trinity College (16–3–1; 12–1–1 NESCAC).


The women’s hockey team (8–11–3; 3–8–3 NESCAC) earned an overtime 1–1 tie last Friday night in its doubleheader weekend against Hamilton College (12–4–4; 5–4–3 NESCAC). Forward Brett Stoddard ’23 scored on a play towards the end of the first period, but the Continentals responded with a goal early in the third period. The Polar Bears held a 27-–24 edge in faceoffs, and Sally Solotaroff-Webber ’25 stopped 35 shots. The team is looking towards its final two games ahead of NESCAC quarterfinals against Trinity College (12–5–2; 5–5–2 NESCAC) this weekend.


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