The men’s and women’s track and field teams both placed fourth overall out of nine teams at the Carla Coffey Invitational at Smith College last weekend. Bowdoin had several first place finishers, new personal records (PRs) and New England DIII qualifying times.
During her 13 years as a driver for a Bowdoin SafeRide Shuttle, Angela Keating has connected countless students to their destinations around the mile-radius of campus and witnessed notable connections made between her passengers. One of Keating’s most memorable moments in the shuttle was witnessing the meeting of two students who began dating and eventually got married.
Last Friday, the men’s basketball team (9–11; 1–5 NESCAC) earned its first NESCAC win of the season against Connecticut College (12–8; 3–3 NESCAC). The Polar Bears are hoping to use the win as a motivation for their game tonight against Bates College (7–13; 1–5 NESCAC).
Men’s hockey forward Gabe Shipper ’26 is taking the rink by storm. On November 19, he scored a hat trick against Middlebury College and was named NESCAC Men’s Hockey Player of the Week last Monday. Shipper also scored a goal against Johnson & Wales University in a game last Saturday and has six points in his last four games.
Women’s volleyball outside hitter Jenna Robbins ’23 is leading the team in kills and total points after earning eight kills and seven service aces last Friday in a match against Johnson & Wales University (18–11). On Saturday, she added five service aces during a match against Tufts University (18–5; 9–1 NESCAC).
Last weekend at Williams College, women’s tennis players Cara Hung ’26 and Jamilah Karah ’25 won the International Tennis Association (ITA) New England Division III doubles championship. The pair entered the tournament as the eighth seed, but their win substantially elevated their ranking to qualify them for the ITA Cup in Rome, Georgia.