For the men’s squash team, the season couldn’t be off to a better start. In four matches, they have gone 4-0, winning three by margins of 9-0 and the last 7-2. These matches have come against Bowdoin, Connecticut College, Vassar, and.
Speaking about maintaining his health through his participation in intramural basketball, Brian Daly ’18 says, “I do it to make up for all the drinking.” Ayden Eickhoff ’19 says, “I enjoy playing intramural sports because they.
As the Bates men’s and women’s swimming and diving team gets ready to start their season, there is plenty of optimism from the athletes. Coming off of the success in NESCACs last year, they feel that they can do even better with another year of.
The Bates field hockey team has seen its season come to a close with a tough loss in the NESCAC playoff tournament this past Saturday, October 28. In a hard-fought game against Middlebury, the number two nationally ranked team, the Bobcats were held.
Through the first month of the fall season, the Bates women’s soccer team has had five wins, two losses, and one tie. They beat Maine Maritime, Hamilton College, University of New England, Wesleyan University, and Thomas College. Their sole tie.
The women’s volleyball team has won three of their past four games, including wins in their last two against Simmons and Plymouth State on Saturday, Sep. 30. These wins are very important to the team’s resume. Captain Jacqueline Forney ’18.
The field hockey team has started off their season with a 3-4 record, 1-3 in the NESCAC. Although the record may not reflect it, they have played every game competitively, losing two games in overtime, to Hamilton and Bowdoin. These were two of.
Walter Washington ’19 wears many hats. On top of a full slate of classes and being Student Body President, he sings in an a cappella group, works a job, and is a member of the football team. With this much on his plate, managing time effectively.