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Colby Men’s Squash drops close match to Cardinals

The Colby men’s squash team stormed the court this past weekend down in Williamstown, Mass. for the annual NESCAC tournament. The teams had high hopes going into this tournament after having successful conference seasons. The Men’s team went into the tournament as the fifth seed—the highest ever from a Colby Men’s team at this tournament. Before the team left, Patrick […]

by Henry Holtzer· · 0 comments · Sports

Men’s Hockey Ties Hamilton, falls to 5-12-3

The Colby men’s hockey team (2-9-3 in NESCAC competition) won’t accept moral victories, not at this critical juncture of its season. With just four games to go, the team finds itself in ninth place in the league, one place shy of reaching the conference tournament and a chance to compete for a NESCAC title. As each game passes by, the […]

by Danny Kossow· · 0 comments · Sports, Uncategorized

Cross Country top ten at ECACs

The winding five-mile course through scenic Stanley Park in Westfield, Massachusetts proved to be no challenge for both the men’s and women’s cross country squads as both placed within the top ten at the ECAC Championships last Saturday.  The men, ranked sixth in the nation, captured fourth place in a field of 52 teams and were bumped from the podium […]

by Kiernan Somers· · 0 comments · Sports

Champions League Roundup

As it is every November, European football was launched into a frantic state as teams from around the continent looked to secure their places in the knockout rounds of the Champions and Europa Leagues in an week of action. Champions League play kicked off on Tuesday evening, with Real Madrid overcoming Liverpool in a 1-0 win at the Bernabeau. The […]

by Will Levesque· · 0 comments · Sports

Early NBA Season: Clairvoyant Overreactions

Everyone loves the playoffs. How can you not? Sixteen teams fighting brutal wars over the span of two and half months, desperately vying for that evasive title (unless you’re the Spurs, in which case it’s just expected). As expected, I love the playoffs, too. Best quality basketball of every NBA season, no doubt. But you know what’s almost just as […]

by Danny Kossow· · 1 comment · Sports

In final game, Football earns second victory of season

Colby finishes season with 14-7 victory over Bowdoin on senior day After a devastating loss last year in the 125th iteration of what has been called “The Biggest Little Football Game in Maine,” Colby was eager to beat their rival Bowdoin and end their season on a high note. Even though it wasn’t the season the Mules envisioned during training […]

by Henry Holtzer· · 0 comments · Sports

W. Soccer in fight for playoffs

The Colby women’s soccer team enters the last week of their season looking to earn a victory over in-state rival Bates. The young Colby squad has fought its way to a 6-7-1 record, but unfortunately struggled in the NESCAC marking a 2-6-1 record to earn the Mules tenth place in the conference. The Mules must win against Bates in order […]

by Kiernan Somers· · 0 comments · Sports

Men’s Rugby closes out season with big win

A difficult season for the Colby men’s rugby team came to a close on a high note under the Friday night lights, as the Mules stomped Maine Maritime Academy by a score of 66-0. The win came as a much needed confidence booster for the spring season, as the team finished with a 2-4 record, losing games to University of […]

by Danny Kossow· · 0 comments · Sports

Football falls last second to Bates

The Colby College football team lost in dramatic fashion yesterday after leading for the entire game over archrival Bates College. This loss drops the Mules to 1-5 on the season, with two games left against Tufts University and Bowdoin College. This loss marks the second straight, last-minute loss to a CBB rival school after last year’s “Hail-Mary” at Bowdoin College, […]

by Henry Holtzer· · 0 comments · Sports

M. Crew looking to spring

“I’ve rowed a couple summers now, and wherever I go, nobody seems to know where Colby is, who we are, what we can do.” David Watson ’15, co-captain and one of few upperclassmen on men’s crew, takes his team’s small-town reputation as a reason to push himself and his teammates for more: “It makes me want to pull harder, to […]

by Pete Cronkite· · 0 comments · Sports