courtesy of Bowdoin AthleticsFULL SPEED AHEAD: Nick Conway ’20 runs down the field in the game against Middlebury on March 24. After two tough losses to Connecticut College and Amherst to start the season, the men’s lacrosse team has won seven games in a row, advancing its overall record to 7-2.
PJ SeelertONE FOR THE RECORD BOOKS: Crowds cheer during the meet. Certain members of the team will advance to the NCAA Championships. Over the last two weekends both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams finished NESCAC Championships with exceptional results.
Daniel JangSTICKIN’ IT TO ‘EM: Spencer Antunez ’18 faces off against University of Southern Maine on January 23. After a successful weekend, the team will play in their last regular games of the season this weekend against Tufts and Connecticut College.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams have performed well in the recent weeks, with both teams coming in first overall in this past weekend’s Bowdoin Invitational III and bringing an impressive showing at the BU John Thomas Terrier Classic.
Caroline FlahartyONE-ON-ONE: Basketball players Blake Gordon ’18 and Lydia Caputi ’18 grew up in Brunswick and both came to Bowdoin. Many athletes at Bowdoin become close with their teammates and other athletes, but for basketball players Lydia Caputi ’18 and Blake Gordon ’18, their friendship began far before Bowdoin.
At the corner of Pleasant and Maine streets, a group of elderly Brunswick locals stand on Friday afternoons with signs condemning all acts of war—cars drive by and honk showing support for the group’s message. This passionate, albeit small, congregation represents part of a larger organization known as PeaceWorks, a national organization whose mission is to educate its members and the community about all issues important to citizens of a democracy and encourage non-violent solutions to conflict.