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Women’s Soccer sweeps week with home wins over Wesleyan and UNE

Women’s Soccer sweeps week with home wins over Wesleyan and UNE

Colby Women’s Soccer played two home games this past week, defeating non-league opponent University of New England (UNE) 2-1 and NESCAC rival Wesleyan 1-0. The wins bring Colby’s overall record to 5-5 (1-5 in NESCAC play) with five games remaining in the season. Against UNE, the Mules found themselves in a 1-0 hole midway through the first half when UNE’s […]

by Louis DeVesto· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Sports, Sports
Football defeats Williams in season opener, 9-7

Football defeats Williams in season opener, 9-7

The boys of fall came to play this past weekend ready to prove themselves on the turf. The Mules’ team effort resulted in what they hope will be a season defining win against the Ephs. Back and forth play all game came down to the wire with the game decided in the final seconds. In the opening quarter Colby capitalized […]

by Jacob Adner· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Sports, Sports

Field Hockey opens strong

Colby field hockey head coach Kelly Terwilliger made her debut on September 7 at home against crosstown rival Thomas College. The Mules dominated their opponents in all aspects of the game, ending with a 34-3 shot advantage and a 6-1 victory. Merrill Read `19 and McKayla Blanch `17 each notched two goals to help lead the Mules to victory. Read […]

Four Mules crowned NESCAC Track Champions

Four Mules crowned NESCAC Track Champions

Colby’s most talented track and field athletes left their mark on the NESCAC championships last  weekend at Amherst College. Brian Sommers ’17 led the men’s team to seventh place while Alanna McDonough ’16, Emily Doyle ’16, Michaela Garrett ’17 and Kim Donaldson ’16 propelled the women to a fifth place finish. While the men came close to the top of […]

Crew wins big at home race

Crew wins big at home race

The past weekend proved a successful one for Colby Men and Women’s Crew as both teams dominated the University of Vermont (UVM) and University of New Hampshire (UNH) in an all-too-rare home meet. The event began bright and early on the Messalonskee Stream in Sidney, ME, where  the men’s varsity eight boats from each school took to the water. Eager […]

Rugby strong at annual Beast of the East tournament

Rugby strong at annual Beast of the East tournament

The Colby College Rugby Football Club teams headed to Rhode Island this past weekend to participate in The Beast of the East tournament, the largest collegiate rugby tournament in the Western Hemisphere. Both the mens’ and the womens’ teams were fired up for their biggest matches of the spring season, with the men starting off at 7:40 a.m. Saturday with […]

by Henry Dodge· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Sports, Sports
Women’s Lacrosse earns their sixth win in a row

Women’s Lacrosse earns their sixth win in a row

Colby Women’s Lacrosse has enjoyed an impressive start to their season with a 7-1 record and a current six-game win streak. They look towards success in the NESCAC and beyond this season.

Two All-Americans for Skiing

Two All-Americans for Skiing

Four athletes traveled to Steamboat Springs, Colorado last weekend to compete in the NCAA championships and two skiers earned All-American honors.

Colby Club Hockey completes controversial season

Colby Club Hockey completes controversial season

This past Thursday in the Alfond rink, Colby’s beloved (and unaffiliated) club hockey team faced off in a historic, if somewhat unique, Colby vs. Colby club hockey championship match. The unusual arrangement for the match came as a result of the team “Hounds”  exceptional success this season on the ice. Having won the Sukee Arena Club College Hockey championship last […]

Let’s get a win, Colby

Let’s get a win, Colby

In which Co-Sports Editor Will Walkey gripes about the fact that Colby refuses to win at any sport. He then offers a solution.