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Highlight Reel for April 12

April 12, 2024


The softball team (13–7; 0–4 NESCAC) swept the University of New England (UNE) with 12–0 and 3–6 victories on Wednesday afternoon. Anna Halliday ’25, Sydney Lang ’25 and Chloe Garcia ’26 recorded RBIs in the first inning of game one, and four runs total were scored in the first and second innings. Lang and Elise Siciliano ’27 drove in three combined runs, and Halliday pitched four innings while allowing just three hits. In game two, after a streak of seven shutout innings, UNE broke through, but were quickly answered by an RBI from JK Bradley ’25. Penelope Fong-Picariello ’27 and Garcia combined for a total of five runs in the sixth inning. Ava Biasotti ’26, Maddie Current ’26 and Kathleen Hester ’27 all pitched for the Polar Bears. The team will host a series against Amherst College (5–14; 0–4 NESCAC) tomorrow at noon.


On Wednesday, the baseball team (11–10; 0–2 NESCAC) secured a narrow 6–5 win over Saint Joseph’s University (12–16) after a string of losses against Tufts University (13–9; 4–1 NESCAC), Husson University (6–7) and Middlebury University (15–7; 2–1 NESCAC). In the first game, Bowdoin was unable to score a run in the first and second innings, but CJ Brito-Trinidad ’23 drove in a run in the third inning and then doubled left for an RBI. Aidan Carey ’24, Liam Foley ’26 and Reuben Siegel ’27,  added RBI singles, with Foley tacking on a game-winning RBI in the seventh inning. During game two, Foley had two runs and two RBIs and Murray had two walks. Bowdoin will return to conference play against Bates College (11–9; 2–4 NESCAC) today at home.


The men’s golf team posted a third-place start at the Detrick Invitational hosted by Trinity College, marking its best-ever finish at the tournament with a two-day total of 590. Among a playing field with 15 of the top teams in New England, Bowdoin placed behind Trinity and the University of Hartford and tied with Williams College. Ian Harris ’27 finished in third place individually, Jack Barned ’26 tied for fourth and Matthew Cohen ’27 earned seventh. Ned Dean ’25, Andrew Flynn ’27 and Joey Zhang ’27 also had top-30 finishes. The Polar Bears will compete at the Tim Brown Invitational hosted by Skidmore College next weekend.


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