Articles by: Aidan Larned

Your weekend recap with the Colby College Mule

Your weekend recap with the Colby College Mule

Men’s Tennis Colby College hosted the Division III regional tennis tournament over the weekend. Jan Wenger `23 grabbed an easy two set victory over a Springfield College single before battling the Brandeis third-seeder. In an intense match, Wenger fell with a score of 7-5, 3-6, 6-7. Scott Altmeyer `20 played singles as well, but he was knocked out in the […]

Rugby triumphs over UMaine Farmington

Rugby triumphs over UMaine Farmington

On Saturday, Sept 21, the Colby Men’s Rugby Club took on UMaine Farmington at home. Traditionally, the UMF–Colby rivalry has been potent, both representing the two best clubs in Maine rugby. In years past, however, Colby hasn’t come up on top. Two years ago, the game ended in heartbreak as UMF scrambled together two last second tries to take the […]

The Cheap Seats with Rob Dettmann ’20

The Cheap Seats with Rob Dettmann ’20

In this edition of the Cheap Seats, we sit down with Cross Country’s Rob Dettmann ’20 to discuss pleasure songs, Thanksgiving, and ancient civilizations. Colby Echo (E) : How long have you been running? Rob Dettmann (D): I’ve been running since fourth grade. E: What’s your favorite thing about running? RD: The people and the high. E: Do you have […]

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Field Hockey’s win streak ends at Middlebury

Field Hockey’s win streak ends at Middlebury

On Saturday, September 30th,  Colby Women’s Field Hockey took on Middlebury, currently ranked within the top ten, in a game that would snap their winning streak as well as be their third loss of the season and in the NESCAC. The Panthers drew blood immediately, scoring their first goal almost immediately off of a penalty corner. They struck again quickly. […]

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Men’s Soccer struggles to 0-1-1 after tough weekend

Men’s Soccer struggles to 0-1-1 after tough weekend

On Saturday, Sept. 16, Colby Men’s Soccer played a strong Williams team in an intense, defensive battle. Williams opened and closed the scoring with just over 20 minutes remaining in the first half with a goal from striker Mark Sisco-Tolomeo. In what would prove to be a very physical first half, the Mules fought hard to retaliate. With 9:15 left […]

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