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Total Number of Articles: 139

First Article on this Page: September 22, 2023

Latest Article on this Page: January 26, 2024

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ICING THINGS UP

On Tuesday evening, the women’s hockey team (8–8–2; 3–5–2 NESCAC) put up a 5-–1 win against the University of New England (UNE) after a string of losses against Middlebury College (8–3–3; 5–1–2 NESCAC) and Wesleyan University (8–6–2; …

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KICKING AND SCREAMING

On Wednesday, Felipe Rueda Duran ’26, Tyler Huck ’26 and Julian Juantorena ’23 were named First Team All-NESCAC, while Jack Selig ’23 and Carlton Steinberg ’24 were named Second Team. Rueda Duran led the NESCAC with ten …

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SOLID AS A BLOCK

The volleyball team (11–9; 3–7 NESCAC) won against Brandeis University (9–14) 3­–1 last Friday night in Waltham, Mass. with set scores of 25–15, 25–18, 19–25 and 25–23. Skye LaMendola ’27 led the team with 21 kills …

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CORNERING THE CONTINENTALS

The women’s soccer team (7–3–3; 4–2–2 NESCAC) beat Hamilton College (7–3–3; 3–3–3 NESCAC) 3–1 on Saturday. Hamilton scored within the first minute and nearly doubled its lead in the 17th minute, but Greta Farkas ’24 tied the …

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THE HOLY TRINITY

The men’s soccer team (7–1–3; 3–1–2 NESCAC) defeated Trinity College (3–5–2; 1–4–2 NESCAC) 3–2 last Saturday afternoon. Trinity scored the game’s first goal early in the second half. In the 69th minute, Ronaldo Cabral ’25 buried the …

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TOP NOTCH(O)

Bowdoin men’s soccer (4–0–1; 1–0–1 NESCAC) played to a 0–0 draw against Connecticut College (3–0–2; 1–0–2 NESCAC) on Sunday afternoon at Pickard Field. Alex Ainsworth ’26 made four saves for the Polar Bears, who were outshot by Conn. …

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