Though Bates women’s lacrosse saw their season end in a 14-3 loss to top NESCAC seed Trinity in the conference semifinals, the Bobcats finished an incredible year with a 12-5 record and the second-most wins in program history, only behind the 1992.
At last weekend’s NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Bates women racked up 22 All-American honors and finished 12th overall out off 55 teams, just one place lower than last year and the.
Bates men’s tennis traveled to compete at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia over the weekend of March 18-19, beating both number 31 nationally ranked Swarthmore, 7-2, and the number 21 home team, 6-3. The top three.
Led by top seed and defending CSA national champion Ahmed Abdel Khalek ’16, Bates men’s squash finished second in the NESCAC tournament, the best showing in program history. Ranked number 17 in the nation, the Bobcats had few problems beating.
If the Bates men’s basketball team is going to hit its stride, it needs to happen soon. Because after Saturday’s 90-75 defeat at Tufts, the Bobcats are 2-5 in NESCAC play and ninth in the conference, just ahead of 1-5 Colby and a half-game.
Introduction Attracting diverse students to Bates College, particularly from around the globe, is an important goal for Admissions and the College, in general. While most Bates athletics teams are comprised mainly of American students, one sport has.
By splitting up their athletes into separate contingents at the Boston University Terrier Classic and University of Southern Maine Invitational, Bates track ensured that a number of runners and throwers had successful weekends. At USM, the Bates men.
Three weeks into the season, Bates’ lacrosse teams, men’s and women’s combined, have lost just once. Thanks to explosive offenses, strong goalkeeping, and tremendous defensive efforts, Bates lacrosse has nearly started the season perfectly..
The road has not been a kind place for Bates basketball this season. After a disappointing weekend against Connecticut College and Wesleyan, the Bobcats are 1-5 in road matchups. At 9-9 overall and eighth in the NESCAC with a 2-4 conference record,.