Last Monday evening in the Olin Concert Hall, Bates’ athletic department organized a documentary viewing and panel discussion on the subject of mental health. The guest of distinction was NCAA and WNBA star, Chamique Holdsclaw. The documentary,.
Bates’ indoor track teams continued their dominance in the state of Maine, as both the men and women’s teams secured state titles over the weekend at the Maine state meet in Gorham. The women came out on top at the annual meet for the fourth.
Bates’ squash teams put a ribbon on another fantastic regular season this past weekend, winning their final two matches of the year. The women finished the regular season 12-3 on a six match winning streak, while the men finished 12-2 on an eight.
Bates’ Alpine and Nordic ski teams officially inaugurated their 16-17 season in the St. Lawrence Carnival in Lake Placid, New York, this past weekend, finishing in 7th place collectively out of 17 competing schools. Together, Bates’ ski teams.
Bates’ men’s and women’s swim and dive teams continued their near perfect 2016-2017 season last weekend, effectively dispatching their in-state rivals, Bowdoin and Colby, in two separate dual meets, and claimed the CBB championship for the.
Men’s Swim and Dive – STOCK UP Last year’s men’s swim and dive team finished fifth in the NESCAC, tied for the team’s best ever finish at the conference meet. This year they are intent on improving that mark, with their eyes set on.
The Bates squash teams are off to a phenomenal start to the 2016-17 season. After both the men’s and women’s teams dropped their opening matches against Trinity, they have gone on to win a collective 10 matches in a row. The men’s team is.
The Bates women’s cross-country team placed 5th at the New-England regional meet last weekend, all but guaranteeing them a team at-large bid to the national meet in Louisville, Kentucky on November 19. Jessica Wilson ‘17 and Katherine Cook ‘18.
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 seventh seeded Volleyball team fell to the second seed Middlebury in four sets last Friday in the NESCAC conference tournament. The tournament was eventually won by the Panthers of Middlebury, who beat the regular season conference champions and.