Four athletes traveled to Steamboat Springs, Colorado last weekend to compete in the NCAA championships and two skiers earned All-American honors.
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Four Colby Mules (three women, one man) travelled to Grinnell, Iowa to compete in the Division III Indoor Track National Championships.
Colby Men’s Hockey saw their season come to an end last weekend at the hands of the Trinity Bantams. The team will be returning a lot of points and minutes next season, and they hope for success.
After a massive win last weekend, the Colby women’s basketball team fell by 20 points to the powerhouse Tufts Jumbos. The loss still marked success for the Mules, however, as they had their best finish since the 2011-2012 season.
Colby Women’s Hockey came up short in the first round of the NESCAC playoffs after their loss to top-seeded Middlebury College. This marked the end of their season, in which they finished 6-16-3 overall.
In which Co-Sports Editor Will Walkey gripes about the fact that Colby refuses to win at any sport. He then offers a solution.
Indoor Track breaks multiple school records at the Open New England Championships at Boston University. Both the men and the women are looking towards the ECAC and NESCAC championships.
Colby Women’s Hockey dropped two games to league powerhouse Middlebury College this past weekend; however, the Mules are now looking ahead towards next weekend against Southern Maine.
Women’s Indoor Track ran well at the Valentine Invitational at Boston University.
Staff Writer Grace Bucking covers the Men’s Basketball team’s start to the season. The Mules are 2-1 to open play with convincing wins against Thomas College and Curry College, and are excited for the future of this season.