Articles by: Grace Bucking

Baseball goes 1-2 in series against Bates

In their second-to-last NESCAC series of the 2016 season, Colby baseball went 1-2 against Bates last weekend. To start, the Mules topped the Bobcats 11-6 on Friday in Lewiston, with relief pitcher Will Cohen ’19 coming in during the fourth inning and closing out the game well. Cohen (2-2), allowed only one earned run and struck out two in the […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports

W. Tennis goes 2-1, Men 3-0

Despite a slow start to the season, the women’s tennis team has had a very successful April, going 4-1 and defeating several NESCAC rivals. The men’s team picked up this month, going on a three-match winning streak after attaining their first victory against Colby-Sawyer College on April 9.. Both teams have seen strong individual performance and more collective consistency. The […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports

Track successful in state championship

After very successful showings at home for the Colby Open Invitational last week, the Colby Men and Women’s Track and Field teams continued their quality performances this Saturday in their respective meets. The men’s team competed in the Maine State Championships while the women traveled to Brunswick for the Aloha Relays. Coming in fourth out of eight teams, the women […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports

M. Tennis looking for first win

Colby Men’s Tennis has yet to win this Spring season so far, but Carl Reid ’17 has played very well, earning a number of regional honors.

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports
Crew completes Ergathon for preservation group

Crew completes Ergathon for preservation group

The Colby College crew team rowed for 48 hours in the Joseph Family Spa to help fundraise for the environmental preservation group, Friends of Messalonskee.

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports

W. Lacrosse defeats Hamilton

Out of the 11 schools in the NESCAC, eight are ranked in the top twenty for Division-III women’s lacrosse, including Colby. Such skilled opponents will present a challenge for the Mules this season, but with a strong veteran core, new additions to the coaching staff and younger players eager to prove themselves, the women are up for it. After a […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports

Indoor Track has strong showing

The indoor track season is a long, grueling affair and it has kept the Colby men’s and women’s teams extremely busy these past few weeks. Both teams have performed well, thanks in part to multiple standout individual performances on each side. On February 19 and 20 the women’s team competed in the New England Division III Championships at Middlebury College. […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports
Men’s Basketball posts 14-8 record in strong season

Men’s Basketball posts 14-8 record in strong season

While many students have enjoyed some time off this January, winter teams have been hard at work since the conclusion of the fall semester. The men’s basketball team has been particularly  busy, facing  many ups and downs, including a trip to Florida, an outbreak of the stomach flu and a ten-game winning streak. With only a handful of games remaining […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Sports, Sports

M. Basketball determined to be successful this season

Staff Writer Grace Bucking covers the Men’s Basketball team’s start to the season. The Mules are 2-1 to open play with convincing wins against Thomas College and Curry College, and are excited for the future of this season.

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports

M. Basketball looks to set high standards for season

On November 1, the Colby’s men’s basketball team kicked off what it hopes to be its best season in recent years. The past few seasons have been about building the foundation for a competitive team, and under the guidance of head coach amd alum Damien Strahorn ’02, this year holds strong potential. After assistant coaching under the esteemed Dick Whitmore, […]

by Grace Bucking· · 0 comments · Sports