Articles by: Andrew D'Anieri

Behind rising leadership, Women’s Basketball looks to build on last year’s success

Behind rising leadership, Women’s Basketball looks to build on last year’s success

In many ways, the 2015-16 season was a banner year for Colby Women’s Basketball. The team finished fifth in the NESCAC with a 6-4 record and advanced to the league semifinals with a playoff victory over Connecticut College. Headed by new coach Brittany Gaetano, the Mules will look to build on last year’s success starting this Friday, November 18 against […]

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Field Hockey loses to Bates 4-1, falls short of postseason

Field Hockey loses to Bates 4-1, falls short of postseason

Colby Field Hockey closed out their season last Wednesday night with a 4-1 setback against Bates College. The Mules needed a win and needed Connecticut College to have a loss in order to qualify for NESCAC playoffs. The team ended their campaign with a 6-9 record overall, 2-8 in the league, enough for tenth place. The Mules took the short […]

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Field Hockey 2-0 in dominant weekend

Field Hockey 2-0 in dominant weekend

Colby Field Hockey enjoyed a banner weekend, crushing NESCAC foe Wesleyan University 4-0 on Saturday before a dominating 7-2 performance over Endicott College on Sunday. The victories bring the Mules’ winning streak to three and 5-6 overall (2-5 NESCAC). The team entered Saturday’s game in need of a win to keep a playoff berth within reach. The winless Cardinals arrived […]

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Women’s Soccer loses twice, falls to 0-4 in NESCAC play

Women’s Soccer loses twice, falls to 0-4 in NESCAC play

Colby Women’s Soccer endured a difficult doubleheader on the road this weekend, falling to both Trinity College and Connecticut College 3-1 and 3-0, respectively. The losses drop the Mules to 0-4 in NESCAC play and 2-4 overall. The team travelled south to the Nutmeg State on Friday afternoon looking for a result to kickstart their league campaign after two close […]

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Women’s Tennis keeps destroying competition

Colby Women’s Tennis has gotten off to a flying start to their fall season. So far, the Mules are undefeated through four matches against both local and New England opposition. The team kicked off their season on September 10 with a trip to Boston to play both Endicott College and Simmons College. Twin sisters Lydia and Gabriella Venditti ’19 were […]

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Four Mules crowned NESCAC Track Champions

Four Mules crowned NESCAC Track Champions

Colby’s most talented track and field athletes left their mark on the NESCAC championships last  weekend at Amherst College. Brian Sommers ’17 led the men’s team to seventh place while Alanna McDonough ’16, Emily Doyle ’16, Michaela Garrett ’17 and Kim Donaldson ’16 propelled the women to a fifth place finish. While the men came close to the top of […]

W. Lacrosse improves to 10-2, Men falter against Williams

The Colby men’s and women’s lacrosse teams had varying results against Williams College this weekend. The men fell 17-14 on the road as the women continued their impressive home record, winning 14-9. The weekend’s results leave the women in third place in the league (10-2 overall, 6-2 NESCAC) while the men remain on the outside of the playoff picture (3-9 […]

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M. Lax starts season slowly

Colby Men’s Lacrosse has started slowly with numerous losses in an emotional season. They hope to turn it around in honor of their late coach.

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Men’s Lacrosse earns first win of the season over UNE

Colby Men’s Lacrosse earned their first win of the season over the University of New England by a score of 17-9. The win is the first in a hopeful season marked by recovery for a team that lost it’s head coach earlier this year.

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W. Basketball bows out in NESCAC semifinals

After a massive win last weekend, the Colby women’s basketball team fell by 20 points to the powerhouse Tufts Jumbos. The loss still marked success for the Mules, however, as they had their best finish since the 2011-2012 season.

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