Last week I sat down with Bates’ football punter, Justin Foley ’19, to get a better understanding of our player. In 2015, his first year as a punter, Foley averaged 37.2 yards per punt on the season. He earned the “NESCAC Special Teams Player.
Sunday, February 12 the men’s basketball team took on the Williams College Ephs (17-7, 5-5 NESCAC) and lost a tight one 65-62. The Bobcats led for most of the first half, as Max Hummel ‘19 hit a three to put Bates up 21-12 with 9:00 left in the.
On January 31 the Bobcats hosted the University of Maine-Farmington and handled them 91-72. Marcus Delpeche ‘17 had a game-high 22 points while Jeff Spellman ‘20 added a career-high 21 points. Nick Gilpin ‘20 gave support off the bench with a.
There were low murmurs of panic after the two tough NESCAC losses last week. But the men’s team quickly put any panic to rest as they answered with a two game winning streak starting with Salem State. Tom Coyne ‘20 had a career high 25 points.
It was a tough weekend for the Men’s basketball team. Currently on a three-game losing streak, the men lost to Connecticut College this past Friday and Wesleyan the day after. The Bobcats fell to the Camels 73-58. Malcolm Delpeche ‘17 led the.
Bates started off their winter break schedule on the right foot with a 68-58 win over Saint Joseph’s College of Maine. Marcus Delpeche ‘17 led the team with 15 points and added three blocked shots to his stat line. His twin brother, Malcolm.
Unless you have been under a rock for the past month, you have probably heard about Colin Kaepernick protesting during the national anthem. There has been so much news and commentating on the subject that I wanted to wait and let everything marinate.
Even though the Bobcat’s record was not great last season there is a lot of potential and promise about this season. A lot of key guys who were young gunners are now seasoned veterans, which bodes well for them as up and coming players. This also.
Senior Jack Allard was the hero in the men’s lacrosse team’s win on Wednesday against Keene State, as he has often been throughout his Bates career. In a rematch of their NCAA Tournament matchup last year, Allard scored with 17 seconds left and.