This past weekend, Bates Volleyball competed in two NESCAC home games in Alumni Gym. On Friday, they swept past Hamilton 3-0 to improve to 4-5 overall in conference. With the win, they clinched a berth in NESCAC playoffs for the second year in a.
It was a tough weekend for the men’s soccer team. Two NESCAC matches, both away, resulted in two losses for the Bobcats. On Saturday, Bates took on Trinity and faced them very evenly throughout. Bates had many scoring opportunities, recording ten.
The Bates Student: Hi Jess, You are the very first athlete of the month this year, Congratulations! How does it feel to get this accolade? Jess: I’m very excited and honored that you reached out to me, especially since Bates has so many talented.
Under the lights on Garcelon, the men’s soccer team opened their season with a convincing 3-0 win over the University of Maine-Farmington Beavers. Striker Eric Opoku ‘20 enjoyed his first collegiate game, scoring two goals and displaying.
The men’s squash team finished the regular season 12-7 the weekend after placing second in the NESCAC Championships for the first time in program history. The No. 17 Bobcats topped No. 23 Hobart 6-3 for a Valentine’s Day victory despite playing.
Bates women’s basketball fell to the undefeated number nine nationally ranked Tufts on Saturday, 68-53 in Alumni Gym. With the loss, Bates fell to 2-5 in NESCAC play and eighth overall in the NESCAC. Junior captain Allie Coppola commented, “We.
For the past nine days, Sadie James has been representing Bates Nordic Skiing at the NCAA National Collegiate Ski Championships in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This was James’ first time at nationals and her first time competing at high altitudes..
This past week, students were invited to tour 65 Campus Ave., one of the College’s new dorms. This gave students a chance to see how they were coming along and get a feel for how they will look when finished. Senior Katie Kaplan, despite her.
I’m sure you’ve seen them around school. Bleached hair and frosted tips. No, they are not members of ’90s boy bands, but members of our baseball team who have adopted a new look for the season. Senior Berto Diaz started the movement after.