Articles by: Andrew D'Anieri

M. Ice hockey makes playoffs

The Colby men’s hockey team continued their impressive run this weekend to book their place as the seventh seed in the NESCAC playoffs. The Mules clinched a playoff spot with a 3-3 tie at Connecticut College on Friday. Building on that momentum, the Mules procedded to blow out Tufts University in a 4-1 win. The team went into the weekend […]

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W. Swimming attends meet, Men look towards next week

W. Swimming attends meet, Men look towards next week

The Colby men’s and women’s swimming teams each head into the home stretch of their seasons looking to finish solid campaigns on a high note. The women attended the NESCAC championships this past weekend, and the men will travel to Williams College next Friday for the Men’s league championships. The women’s team finished respectively in the relay events at the […]

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Alpine Skiing starts strong

The Colby men’s and women’s alpine skiing teams have enjoyed impressive seasons thus far.  Since kicking off the winter season at the Bates Carnival in January, both teams have continued to record solid results. The men’s best finishes this year have been fifth place in the slalom at the Colby Carnival and fifth in the giant slalom at the Vermont […]

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Women’s Basketball wins at last second

The Colby Women’s Basketball team kicked off a busy week with a difficult game against Division I University of Maine-Orono (UMO) on Tuesday. Games between Division I and Division III teams are rare and usually only occur in the first few games of the season, as they are often treated as warm-up games for the DI school. The teams met […]

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Swimming starts competitively

Both the men’s and the women’s swimming teams had difficult losses on November 21, but look to use their young talent in competition this year.

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Football finishes season with 35-13 loss to Bowdoin

On Saturday in Brunswick, ME, the Colby College football team looked to close out their season with a win over archrival Bowdoin. However, the Mules (1-7 overall) could not overcome the Polar Bears, falling 35-13 in their final game of the season. The visitors started brightly, forcing Bowdoin into a three and out on their first drive. On the Mules’ […]

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Volleyball poised for playoffs

Colby volleyball is preparing to become the seventh seed in this years NESCAC playoffs. Even though they were unable to defeat Bowdoin, they are ready for an intense matchup against Williams and have high hopes for a deep run.

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W. Soccer drops from playoff race

The Colby women’s soccer team suffered two defeats this week, which unfortunately eliminated them from playoff contention with one game left to play. The Mules travelled to Bowdoin on Wednesday in what was a must-win game to keep their playoff hopes alive. They started slowly as the Polar Bears opened the scoring in the 10th minute. The team regrouped and […]

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Women’s soccer falls short against Middlebury

The Colby Women’s Soccer team travelled to Middlebury College on Saturday in search of their first NESCAC win of the year. Unfortunately, the Mules were forced to wait another week for a shot at victory as they fell to the Panthers 4-0. The loss drops them to 3-4-1 overall and 0-4-1 in the NESCAC. The Mules arrived at Dragone Field […]

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Golf struggles in tournament

The Colby College golf team knows that with such a short season, they have to make ev- ery round count to be success- ful. The Mules got their season started in mid-September with the Bowdoin Invitational from Sept 12 to 13. Unfortunately, the Mules finished last out of the eleven teams competing at Brunswick Golf Club. The field included NESCAC […]

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