The first meet for the women’s indoor track and field season was a thrilling mixture of excitement, grit, determination, effort, tough losses and triumphant victories. The meet was held at Bates on Saturday, January 13, and was a three-way.
This Saturday, November 11, the women’s cross country team competed in the NCAA Division III New England Regional Meet in Gorham, Maine on the Gorham Country Club golf course, the home course for the University of Southern Maine. Out of 56 teams,.
In last season’s 2017 opener, the men’s and women’s Nordic team had strong performances at the St. Lawrence Carnival, with Forrest Hamilton ’20, from Shelburne, VT, finishing eighth out of 101 for the men’s sprints and Parker McDonald.
It was a beautiful day at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester this Saturday, October 28, but the hundreds of spectators were not there just to look at blue skies and foliage. This year’s NESCAC Championship race for women’s cross country was an.