Articles by: Will Bedingfield

Women’s hockey finds success while men’s team struggles

Women’s hockey finds success while men’s team struggles

The men’s and women’s hockey teams kicked off their season this weekend with mixed results. Both teams played a game on Fri. and another on Sat.; the women were at home, while the men were on the road. Coming into the season, both teams have high hopes. The men have high hopes starting the season, being title contenders every year […]

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Colby Football wins CBB second year in a row

Colby Football wins CBB second year in a row

The Colby football team closed out their season with a contest for the books. The Mules secured the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin (CBB) trophy Sat. night with a 47-34 win over Bowdoin’s Polar Bears. Dick McGee Head Coach for Colby Football Jack Cosgrove has started off his fruitful tenure on Mayflower Hill with two of such trophies in two years. Colby’s closing game […]

Devastator of the week: First-Year Tyler Morris

Devastator of the week: First-Year Tyler Morris

This week’s devastator of the week is Tyler Morris `23. Morris has gotten off to a blazing hot start since making his way to Mayflower Hill from Weston, Mass. In Williamstown, Massachusetts, Morris was given an opportunity to shine Nov. 2nd in the Cross Country NESCAC Championships. Colby’s Mules were without Collins Kibet `22, a regular scorer, but they still […]

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Women’s Rugby falls to Bryant State

Women’s Rugby falls to Bryant State

Colby women’s rugby played a tough game against Bryant State team this weekend. In a game played for an advantageous playoff position after an undefeated season, Bryant State came on top 19-14. Nov. 2nd was crisp. On a Colby women’s rugby came to play, and they brought in a crowd. The crowd came to see two of the best 15 […]

Colby Boxing hits Waterville

Colby Boxing hits Waterville

One of Colby’s hottest new organizations, the Boxing Club, debuted this semester. Led by founder Zeke Edwards-Mizel `22, the club trains out of O’Leary’s Fitness in downtown Waterville every Sunday at 3 p.m.  The club caters to range of comfort levels; while some members have been boxing for a few years, most are brand new to the sport. Newcomers and […]

Stellar fall leads to first ever invite to Bowdoin Invitational

Stellar fall leads to first ever invite to Bowdoin Invitational

Women’s tennis closed out their season this weekend in Brunswick, ME at the Bowdoin Invitational. The annual tournament features teams from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA), featuring a number of NESCAC teams as well as others from around the northeast. The Bowdoin Invitational includes both singles and doubles matches, completing a full two days of tennis. The singles draw was […]

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Field Hockey falls to Williams in close game

Field Hockey falls to Williams in close game

The 17th nationally ranked Colby Mules fell to 11th ranked Williams Ephs on homecoming weekend this Saturday. Colby is now 6-2 on the season, 4-2 in conference, while Williams is 9-1 on the season and 6-1 in conference. Both teams got off to scorching starts to their seasons and the matchup should have been a close one. Colby was riding […]

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Colby Soccer’s hard fought weekend

Colby Soccer’s hard fought weekend

It was a tough weekend on the road for men’s and women’s soccer, totalling three loses and a tie over four games. The men had a three game win streak heading into Saturday’s matchup against Tufts, while the women only had a single loss. The men’s first game was doomed from the start, as the #1 NCAA Division III Jumbos […]

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Football loses to Cardinals but shows flashes of hope

Football loses to Cardinals but shows flashes of hope

At a glance, the 30-10 scoreline of this weekend’s opening football game is a concerning start to the season, but Colby showed flashes of hope against the Wesleyan Cardinals. Captain Chris George ‘20 ran for 104 yards on 18 carries for the Mules while Matt Hersch ‘22 threw for 244 yards, 104 of which were caught by Rory Glavin ‘21. […]

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