In which Co-Sports Editor Will Walkey gripes about the fact that Colby refuses to win at any sport. He then offers a solution.
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Colby Women’s Basketball earned a massive 75-66 win over Connecticut College this past Saturday to earn their ticket to the NESCAC final four. Mules will face the top-seeded Tufts Jumbos on Saturday at 2:00 P.M. in Medford, Massachusetts. Colby came into the game in New London, Connecticut as the fifth seed, the team’s highest since the 2011-12 season. In addition, […]
Colby Men’s Basketball has earned themselves a spot in the NESCAC playoffs after two crucial home victories over Connecticut College and Wesleyan University this past weekend. They hold the eighth seed and will play top-seeded Trinity College in the quarterfinals this Saturday in Hartford, Connecticut. The Mules were on the verge of playoff contention at the start of last week […]
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 […]
Colby’s Men’s Basketball continued their blistering start with a triplet of victories over the past weeks. Raising their current streak to five, the Mules show no signs of slowing down. Since their overtime loss vs. the College of Staten Island in their season opener, the Mules have only found success as their current overall record stands at an impressive 5-1. […]
Russ Ollis shares his opinions regarding the loss of his coach, Jack Sandler. Sandler passed away at the age of 35 after collapsing due to a heart attack on a treadmill. His loss was felt by the entire Colby campus, and he will be dearly missed.
This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s Cross Country teams capped off their seasons at the New England Division III Championships. Many Colby runners had great showings in what were valiant efforts by the men and the women. The New England Division III Championships took place this past weekend in Waterford, CT. 58 teams competed in what would prove […]
Coming off impressive seasons thus far, hopes were high for both the men and women of the Colby Woodsmen team as they went into their last meet of the season this past Saturday at the University of New Hampshire. On beautiful fall day in Durham, both teams went on to deliver solid results to cap off yet another strong season […]
Men’s and Women’s cross country both raced at the NESCAC Championships this past weekend. The men, with their number one runner out, earned an eighth place finish while the women finished seventh. The team looks towards ECACs this weekend.
After four weeks of competition, Colby football at last procured its first victory of the 2015 season against Hamilton College on Saturday, October 24. The pressure was high for both teams going into the game, as neither had won a game yet this year. The Mules were especially inclined to top their opponent, with their seven-game head-to-head winning streak against […]