After being down 2-0 early in their game against Amherst College on Saturday, Colby Women’s Lacrosse dominated the final 40 minutes to win 8-3, continuing their five-game win streak. Victories against Connecticut College (19-11), Wellesley (19-4), Wesleyan (12-6), and the University of New England (19-4) had made the Mules the 19th ranked NCAA Division III lacrosse team in the nation. […]
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Over the weekend the women’s and men’s crew teams had a rough showing at the regatta in Worcester, MA. The men’s team finished third out of five boats with a time of 6:13.42. They also had two other boats compete on Saturday, with the second placing fourth out of four with a time of 6:28.63, while the third finished third […]
Colby Track and Field took a small squad to Brunswick, Maine to compete in the Bowdoin Invitational, but that didn’t stop the Mules from putting on a strong performance as the women’s team took third and the men’s team took fourth. In just about everything Colby competed in, the Mules did exceedingly well, winning multiple events, and placing high in […]
Colby baseball has opened the season with four wins and ten losses. They have played in a tournament during Spring break and have earned their first win on their new field.
Softball has endured an up-and-down season so far. They beat the University of Maine at Farmington with handily twice but fell to the Ephs of Williams College twice.
Colby Men’s Lacrosse has started slowly with numerous losses in an emotional season. They hope to turn it around in honor of their late coach.
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.
Colby Men’s Tennis has yet to win this Spring season so far, but Carl Reid ’17 has played very well, earning a number of regional honors.
The Colby College crew team rowed for 48 hours in the Joseph Family Spa to help fundraise for the environmental preservation group, Friends of Messalonskee.
Colby Men’s Lacrosse earned their first win of the season over the University of New England by a score of 17-9. The win is the first in a hopeful season marked by recovery for a team that lost it’s head coach earlier this year.