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Highlight Reel for March 1

March 1, 2024


The men’s swim and dive team broke 11 school records at the NESCAC championship last weekend and earned sixth place overall. Early on in the meet, the team set new school records in the 800 and 200 free relays, taking eighth and fifth place, respectively. Alex Grand’Pierre ’25 broke his own record in the 50 breaststroke preliminaries and took the championship title in the finals. He also took home a school, pool and NESCAC record in the 100 breaststroke. Jaran Depew ’27 destroyed the longest-standing record at Bowdoin in the 200 fly, finishing in fifth place. The 400 medley, 200 medley and 400 free relay teams also set new school records. Qualifying members of the team will compete in the NCAA championship on February 28.


Last weekend, the Nordic ski team took fifth place at the Middlebury Carnival, which doubled as the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) regional finals. In Friday’s freestyle race, the team took second in the women’s division. Emma Crum ’26 took a second-place individual finish, with Jori Grialou ’26 and Morgan Richter ’24 turning in top-ten finishes. In Saturday’s classic event, Crum took fifth individually. Head Coach Nathan Alsobrook was also named EISA Coach of the Year. Crum, Grialou, Richter, Zachary Ennis ’23 and Carson Williams ’24 earned selections to the NCAA Skiing Championships, which will take place in early March in Steamboat Springs, Colo.


Alex Kozic ’24, Isaac Abbott ’27 and Bryce Bollman ’27 earned Second Team All-NESCAC for their performances this hockey season—the most honorees for the program since the 2012–13 season. Both Abbott and Bollman had strong inaugural seasons with the team. Bollman led the team with ten goals and five assists, and Abbott had eight assists and a team-best +12 plus/minus for the season. Kozic ended his season with a second-in-conference 2.05 goals against average, making 626 saves total. He stands fifth all-time in program history for his career 2.14 goals against average.


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