The Bates men’s and women’s squash teams competed in the NESCAC Tournament this past weekend. Both team’s performances showed why Bates continues to be considered one of the elite squash programs in the country. The action at the Davenport.
This past Sunday, Bates Swimming and Diving competed in the WPI Invitational. Per the Bates sports and information office, this was an uniquely formatted event for swimmers, because it was comprised entirely of sprints. “It was a great change.
A track and field meet is quite a hectic scene for any newcomer to the sport like me. Athletes of all different sizes and skill sets are constantly competing in a myriad of events. Long and skinny runners run the 5k, broad shouldered men and women.
Since Hamilton College officially joined the NESCAC in all sports in 2011, Bates teams have had to make the dreaded trek to from Lewiston to Clinton, New York. A 400 mile drive, Google maps says that the trip should take a little more than 6 hours..
As students dust off their winter coats and bean boots, basketball season is now in full swing. The Bates Men’s basketball team has enjoyed a strong start to the 2016-17 season, compiling a 4-2 record against tiff competition. Twins Malcolm.
Women’s Basketball Last year’s women’s basketball team put together a solid season, finishing with a 9-15 overall record and a 4-6 showing in the NESCAC, just missing out on the conference tournament. Last year’s team featured just one.
The last time the Bates Women’s Cross Country team had a better finish in the NESCAC Championships, the most popular song was Billy Idol’s, “Mony Mony”, and the top movie in the box office was The Running Man, starring none other.
It was early morning on Monday July 4th, hours before any fireworks would light up the sky. As everyone took their first sips of iced coffee, news broke that would put the sports world (and twitter) into hysteria: “Kevin Durant signs with the.
The team came into Wednesday night’s game against Endicott with a three game losing streak, and a 1-5 conference record. Although this game meant nothing for NESCAC standings or playoffs, the result was paramount to the team’s morale for the.
Some of the top competitors in the region descended on Williamstown, Massachusetts for the Fall Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Regional Championships this past weekend. Representing Bates at the event were Josh Quijano ‘19, Nick.