Articles by: Katie Kelley

Men’s Hockey rebounds after loss to Trinity with 3-2 victory over Wesleyan

Men’s Hockey rebounds after loss to Trinity with 3-2 victory over Wesleyan

After a tough loss to Trinity College on Friday, the Colby men’s hockey team rallied the next day to overcome a strong Wesleyan defense. Coming into the game with a 10-6-4 record overall and an 8-4-3 record in NESCAC play, the Mules were looking to finish the weekend with a victory. On Friday, Colby suffered a difficult late defeat in […]

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Women’s Basketball finishes first six games 3-3

Women’s Basketball finishes first six games 3-3

Six games into the season, the Colby women’s basketball team stand with a 3-3 record. The team began their season November 18, facing Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Maine Maritime Academy. Against RPI, the Mules walked away victorious, with a final score of 59-44. They have since played against local non-conference opponents such as University of Massachusetts Boston, University of Maine […]

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Cross Country sends two runners to NCAA DIII Championships

Cross Country sends two runners to NCAA DIII Championships

A standout for the Mules, David Chelimo ’17 qualified for a position in the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Kentucky this coming weekend. He was Colby’s top runner last weekend at the New England Division III Championships, also known as the NCAA Regional Qualifier, and finished 7th overall with a time of 24:53. Additionally, Caitlin Lawlor ’18 […]

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Water Polo finishes season third in the North Atlantic divison

Water Polo finishes season third in the North Atlantic divison

Colby’s water polo team is an often-overlooked co-ed club sport where students and professors come together. The team wrapped up a successful season two weekends ago, finishing third in the North Atlantic Division. Colby Water Polo, or “wapo” as the players affectionately know it, faced familiar rivals such as Bates and Bowdoin throughout the season. They secured a major victory […]

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Men’s Rugby advances to playoffs for first time in four seasons

Men’s Rugby advances to playoffs for first time in four seasons

Colby Men’s Rugby had an important test last week in a defining game against neighboring Bates College that determined which team made the playoffs. Bates fought an uphill battle, needing to win by at least nine points and score four tries in order to advance. With a win Colby would finish first in the league, but a 3-0 loss sent […]

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M. Soccer loses weekend matches against Wesleyan and Bowdoin

M. Soccer loses weekend matches against Wesleyan and Bowdoin

Colby Men’s Soccer took on Wesleyan University and Bowdoin College this weekend in a duo of important NESCAC tests this past weekend. Coming off of a dramatic overtime win against Maine Maritime Academy on Tuesday, the Mules rode into the weekend in search of a second league victory. On a beautiful fall day, Colby took the field against Wesleyan. The […]

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Men’s Soccer finishes 1-1 in Connecticut doubleheader

Men’s Soccer finishes 1-1 in Connecticut doubleheader

The Mules traveled to Connecticut this weekend to take on two NESCAC rivals­, Trinity College and Connecticut College, in a weekend doubleheader. On Saturday, the Colby men’s soccer team fought their way to a 2-1 win in overtime to beat Trinity College. Sunday ended in a more disappointing result, with the Mules losing to Conn College 3-1. After last weekend […]

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Women’s Soccer falls to Williams

Colby Women’s Soccer traveled to Williamstown, Massachusetts this weekend to take on the undefeated national champions, Williams College. The Mules were looking to avenge an 8-0 home loss from the 2015 season. Taking the field with a 2-1 record overall and coming off a 3-0 win over Thomas College, the team felt confident despite the strength of the Williams program. […]

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