Articles by: Will Walkey

Men’s soccer suffers two close losses to Trinity and Thomas

The Colby Men’s Soccer team struggled through two tough losses this week, but they continue to look ahead and finish their season strong. The losses have pushed the Mules near the bottom of the NESCAC standings with a record of 1-3-1 in league play and 2-5-1 overall. The team is ranked last in the league in both goals scored and […]

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Prinella Mitchell 1926-2015

Prinella Mitchell 1926-2015

Colby Basketball is without one of their biggest alumni cheerleaders this season, as Prinella “Prin” Mitchell passed away on Saturday, September fifth at the age of 88 as a result of a fall in her home. Prinella was born on October 31, 1926 in Waterville and grew up in Winslow. She was married to the love of her life, longtime […]

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Men’s soccer goes 2-3 so far

The Colby Men’s Soccer team has started the season at 2-3, but there is plenty of promise for the Mules as one of their victories was one of the programs biggest wins in years. The team is 1-2 in the NESCAC after losses against Tufts and Connecticut College, and a victory against Williams. In the season opener against Maine Maritime […]

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Men’s Ultimate Frisbee qualifies for regional tournament

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee qualifies for regional tournament

In their first tournament since going 11-0 and winning a spring break tournament in Myrtle Beach, SC a few weeks ago, the Colby men’s ultimate team, the Dazzlin’ Asses, competed in the North New England Division III Conference Tournament this past weekend, and, despite three losses, qualified for the New England Regional Tournament in Amherst, MA for the first time […]

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M. Lax strong in non-conference play

On Tuesday, Mar. 31 at night in Biddeford, ME, Colby doubled up the University of New England in an 18-9 victory. After trailing 2-0 early, the Mules took command of the game and led 12-4 at halftime. The scoring continued as the lead grew to 17-5 at one point.  Senior tri-captains Derek Youngman and John Grimaldi each netted three goals, […]

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W. lax shuts out Husson, drops game to Hamilton

Colby Women’s Lacrosse faced two home games in two days this weekend. They fell to the Continentals of Hamilton College by a score of 10-9 in a comeback attempt that fell short, but they destroyed Husson University 16-0 to open non-conference play with a statement win.  The Mules came into this weekend ranked number five in the country and came […]

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M. Lacrosse earns comeback victory over Trinity Bantams

M. Lacrosse earns comeback victory over Trinity Bantams

The Colby men’s lacrosse team earned a 9-7 road victory over the Bantams of Trinity College this past Saturday. This was the first game of the season for the Mules, and after being down 5-1 at halftime, they exploded with six goals in the third quarter. Co-captain John Grimaldi ’15 notched the game-winning goal, unassisted, in the fourth quarter. The […]

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M. Basketball eighth seed after two close losses

Mules slated to play Trinity in upcoming quarterfinal matchup After falling short to the Jumbos of Tufts University last Friday night and then to the Bates Bobcats in their final league game on Saturday, the Colby men’s basketball team will be the eight seed in the NESCAC league tournament and will play at Trinity College next Saturday.  Both home losses […]

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