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Highlight Reel for April 26

April 25, 2024


The softball team (21–11; 5–7 NESCAC) split its series against Bates College (7–16; 4–8 NESCAC) on Sunday. During its first game, the Polar Bears clinched a 9–1 six-inning game. Bates took an early lead, but Liv Barrett ’26 tied the game in the second inning. Chloe Garcia ’26 then drove in a run that gave Bowdoin a lead it maintained for the rest of the game. The team scored five runs in the fourth inning. Pitcher Maddie Current ’26 had four hits allowed and one run, striking out five batters for her eighth win of the season. The second game remained scoreless until the third inning, when Bates secured a 2–0 lead, but Bowdoin was unable to pull ahead for a final 3–6 loss. The team will host Wesleyan University (13–15; 4–8 NESCAC) for a doubleheader on Sunday.


On Saturday afternoon, the baseball team (15–13; 4–4 NESCAC) split its doubleheader with Colby College (23–7; 7–2 NESCAC). In game one, Colby took a two-run lead before Liam Foley ’26 trimmed the game to 2–1 after two innings. The Polar Bears tied the game by the third, but Colby tacked on four more runs for the 3–7 loss. Bowdoin came back in game two with Luca McKerley Coronado ’26 allowing only one home run and Luke Chessie ’23 adding two scoreless frames and three strikeouts for the 2–1 win. On Wednesday, the team also finished its game against Bates College (11–14; 2–6 NESCAC) that had been suspended due to weather, scoring a comeback 12–7 win. On Thursday, the Polar Bears wrapped up the series with an 11–6 win. The team will travel to Hartford, Conn. to play Trinity College (11–18; 3–6 NESCAC) today.


On Sunday, the women’s tennis team (9–6; 6–2 NESCAC) swept Trinity College (4–11; 1–8 NESCAC) 9–0, taking all three doubles wins from pairings Jamilah Karah ’25/Lizzy Yu ’24, Zoe Sun ’27/Cara Hung ’26 and Hannah Buckhout ’24/Caroline Stuhlfaut ’27. In singles play, Hung, Karah, Buckhout and Sun all played to two-set victories, while Yu won her three-setter with scores of 4–6, 6–2 and 1–0. On Wednesday night, the team picked up another NESCAC win against Colby College (7–6; 4–4 NESCAC), sweeping doubles play for the 7–2 victory. The Polar Bears will host Middlebury College (9–4; 7–1 NESCAC) at 1 p.m. tomorrow.


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