Sports

Chamique Holdsclaw highlights panel on mental illness

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, Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw, co-produced by academy award nominee Rick Goldsmith and Lauren Kawana ‘06,

Chamique Holdsclaw gives introductory remarks before the screening of her documentary. JOHN NEUFELD/THE BATES STUDENT

An alphabetical journey into the English Premier League: M

Manchester City (The Citizens) Overview: The club was founded in 1880 as St. Mark’s (West Gorton) before becoming Ardwick Association Football Club in 1887 and finally Manchester City in 1894. The team was most successful in the 1960’s and 1970’s when they won the League Championship, FA Cup, League Cup, and the European Cup Winner’s

Sydney Beres ‘18 watches her Sam Reiss ‘18 advance the ball.  JOHN NEUFELD/THE BATES STUDENT

Men’s, women’s squash perform well in NESCAC championships

The Bates men’s and women’s squash teams competed in the NESCAC Tournament this past weekend. Both team’s performances showed why Bates continues to be considered one of the elite squash programs in the country. The action at the Davenport Squash Courts in Amherst, Massachusetts began on Saturday morning. In the quarterfinals, the no. 16 ranked

Sydney Beres ‘18 watches her Sam Reiss ‘18 advance the ball.  JOHN NEUFELD/THE BATES STUDENT

Bobcats drop two of three, drop in the standings

On January 31 the Bobcats hosted the University of Maine-Farmington and handled them 91-72. Marcus Delpeche ‘17 had a game-high 22 points while Jeff Spellman ‘20 added a career-high 21 points. Nick Gilpin ‘20 gave support off the bench with a career-high 12 points. The Bobcats had four players in double-figures. Isaac Witham led his

Sydney Beres ‘18 watches her Sam Reiss ‘18 advance the ball.  JOHN NEUFELD/THE BATES STUDENT

An alphabetical journey into the English Premier League: L

Leicester City (The Foxes) Overview: Leicester City was founded in 1884 as Leicester Fosse Football Club and played near Fosse Road. In 1894 they joined the Football League and changed their name to Leicester City in 1919. They have won 6 second-division titles and one championship. Last season they won the Premier League and became

Sydney Beres ‘18 watches her Sam Reiss ‘18 advance the ball.  JOHN NEUFELD/THE BATES STUDENT

An alphabetical journey into the English Premier League: E

Everton (The Toffees) Overview: Everton was founded in 1878 and was one of the founding members of the Football League in 1888. They have won the League Championship nine times and the FA Cup five. They won the European Cup Winner’s Cup in 1985, their only European Trophy. They were also one of the founding

Sydney Beres ‘18 watches her Sam Reiss ‘18 advance the ball.  JOHN NEUFELD/THE BATES STUDENT

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