The weather forecasts might have finally climbed above 50, but it seems to me that Bates is about to experience another cold front. Coldfront, the Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team is the unofficial spring varsity sport. So far this year the A team.
I know, I know, at this point you’ve probably scoffed and switched to reading a different article, but hear me out. When you think of Hockey, what is the first thing that pops into your mind? A toothless Hoser in a tattered Canadiens jersey just.
It was an outstanding week for Bates’ men’s lacrosse team. Coming off a tough loss versus Williams, the Bobcats headed into a non-conference matchup versus the Endicott College Gulls with redemption on their mind. The Gulls came out strong,.
Sure, it’s posted on the face of every Bates brochure; job outcomes after graduation from Bates College are near perfect. A staggering 99.5% of the class of 2017 reported being settled. But do we actually see this affect back on campus? In my.
This week proved to be rather eventful for the men’s lacrosse team. Coming in hot off a NESCAC win last Saturday, the Bobcats took to the field on Tuesday, March 20, in a non-conference matchup against Keene State. The ‘Cats established a lead.
After narrow losses in the first two NESCAC matchups this season, Bates men’s lacrosse headed into Saturday afternoon’s game against Trinity eager to pull out a win. Although sub-zero conditions deterred a large crowd, the team exploded onto the.
It’s about that time of year again when winter sports start to come to a close, and men’s hockey is no exception. After a tough season, the Bobcats were hoping to get a win out of Friday night’s game versus Husson and they were not.
Although this week’s matchups for the men’s basketball team did not go quite as planned, the team is by no means held down. Friday’s highly anticipated game against Hamilton proved to be tough, with the Continentals creating a substantial lead.
This past week saw numerous personal and team bests for the men’s and women’s Alpine ski teams at the St. Michaels and Colby Carnivals respectively. Senior captain Sierra Ryder ‘18 led the way, posting a personal best 13th place finish in.
It was a packed weekend for both the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams, with games scheduled Friday night, January 19 through to Sunday, January 21. The men’s team took a tough loss on Friday night vs. University of New England (UNE), with.