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Sujan Garapati

Staff Writer — Class of 2025

Number of articles: 11

First Article: October 22, 2021

Latest Article: September 30, 2022

M Cross Country

Cross country teams finish second in Bowdoin invitational

On a picturesque Saturday morning last weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams took the course against stiff competition. Both teams each took second place out of 12 teams at the first Bowdoin Invitational. Sam Angevine ’24 paced the men’s side with a third place finish clocking in at 25:41.8 on the 8K course while Leila Trummel took second place in the women’s race, finishing 6K in 23:01.9.

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Polar Bear of the Week

Polar Bear of the Week: Chris Brown ’23

In Bowdoin’s recent win against Wesleyan University, Chris Brown ’23 achieved something all hockey players dream of: a hat trick, three goals in the same game. With the Polar Bears up 3-1 late in the third period, Patrick Callahan ’24 made a sprawling play to break up a pass between two Wesleyan defenders and sent the puck careening towards the Cardinals’ empty goal.

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M Hockey

Men’s Hockey suffers loss against rival Colby

After a string of victories in January, Bowdoin Men’s Hockey fell to the Colby Mules at home by a score of 3-1. In front of a packed crowd in Watson Arena, the Polar Bears quickly fell behind 2-0 in the first seven minutes before Chris Brown ’23 scored a goal with five minutes remaining in the first period.

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Athletic Department

Football frenzy brings team’s first win since 2018

As the clock struck zero at Whittier Field this past Saturday, fans rushed from their seats and stormed the field to celebrate the football team’s first win since the fall of 2018. Although they were labeled as the underdogs against their New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) rival Amherst College, the Polar Bears led from start to finish, defeating the Mammoths by a score of 21-14.

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