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.
Featuring some of the finest academic institutions and best talent in the country, the NESCAC is never an easy conference to play in. Just ask the Bates women’s soccer team, who competed in two tough matches against formidable NESCAC foes this.
Each year it is the pleasure of the sports section’s editorial staff here at The Student to gauge the ‘stock’ of Bates’ athletic teams. Below is our expert analysis of whether this year’s fall teams have stock that is ‘up’, ‘down’.
The Bates Men’s and Women’s Golf teams begin a highly anticipated season as they move on from the passing of legendary coach Robert C. Flynn. A four sport coach, Flynn passed away on July 31 after 41 years at Bates College. Coach Flynn began his.
The Bates Baseball team ended their 2016 season on Saturday as they faced WIlliams in a double header. The first game of the series was a 10-1 Williams rout of Bates. Nothing seemed to go right for the Bobcats, as Williams recorded 11 total hits en.
Nationally ranked for most of the 2016 season, the Bates Men’s lacrosse team was unable to capture its second straight NCAA Division 3 Tournament bid on Sunday. Despite this disappointment, the Bobcat faithful should look back on the lacrosse.