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The Cheap Seats with Andrew Sterup

The Cheap Seats with Andrew Sterup

In this edition of the Cheap Seats, we sit down with baseball’s Andrew Sterup ’19 to discuss penguins, Taylor Swift song, and the apocalypse. Echo: The apocalypse has begun. What are three items you bring to help you survive it and why? Andrew Sterup: A tent for shelter, a backpack for storage and carrying things, and a machete because machetes […]

by Drew Ladner· · 0 comments · Sports
Softball loses pitching battle in winless series against Bowdoin

Softball loses pitching battle in winless series against Bowdoin

The highlights of this weekend’s games came from the players atop the mound as Colby fielded several strong pitchers in a two game series against Bowdoin. Unfortunately for the Mules, pitching doesn’t create many scoring opportunities, and that proved to be Colby’s weakness this weekend. This has been a difficult start to the season for Colby Softball, and their struggles […]

by Katie Kelley· · 0 comments · Sports
Offense continues domination in women’s lacrosse road wins

Offense continues domination in women’s lacrosse road wins

The week picked up for Colby Women’s Lacrosse last Wednesday when the team put up 18 goals against Bowdoin at the home of the Polar Bears. They ended up doubling the score of the Bowdoin team, who scored nine goals. It was a  huge day for Sasha Fritts ’18, who scored five goals for the Mules to start off an […]

by Aidan Cyr· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Sports, Sports
Baseball shows promise, splits games throughout the week

Baseball shows promise, splits games throughout the week

Colby Baseball opened up a five game home stand on Monday as they faced off against the University of Maine-Farmington. Coming off of a three game series against Trinity College where they went 1-2, Colby started their week strong with a 7-0 victory. However, the score did not represent the competitiveness of the game: neither team was able to score […]

by John Steenrod· · 0 comments · Sports
W. lacrosse’s win over Amherst pushes win streak to five games

W. lacrosse’s win over Amherst pushes win streak to five games

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. […]

by Drew Ladner· · 0 comments · Sports
Crew looks to future after poor performances at Worcester regatta

Crew looks to future after poor performances at Worcester regatta

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 […]

by Aidan Cyr· · 0 comments · Sports
Colby sweeps 5,000 meter race at track and field meet

Colby sweeps 5,000 meter race at track and field meet

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 […]

by John Steenrod· · 0 comments · Sports
Men’s rugby advances to final eight, qualifies for first National Tournament in club history

Men’s rugby advances to final eight, qualifies for first National Tournament in club history

Any disappointment from the fall season quickly vanished this weekend, when the Colby Men’s Rugby (CRFC) won the Plattsburg Food Bank Seven’s tournament, which secured the team a spot in the national tournament in June. The national tournament will be hosted in Philadelphia on June 4, where CRFC will be one of eight teams to compete for the championship. For […]

by Katie Kelley· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Sports, Sports
The Cheap Seats with Ella Maddi ’19

The Cheap Seats with Ella Maddi ’19

In this edition of the Cheap Seats, we sit down with rugby’s Ella Maddi ’19 to discuss pregame music, world domination, and long car rides. Echo: What’s your pregame music? Ella Maddi: Galway Girl and various covers of Galway Girl. Echo: What’s your spirit animal? EM: Octopus because they don’t have a brain but they’re still really good problem solvers […]

by Drew Ladner· · 0 comments · Sports

W. Soccer goes 1-3

The Colby women’s soccer team travelled to the University of New England (UNE) on October 6 looking to gather momentum for the Fall Break weekend. Despite offensive play from both sides, the game remained scoreless all through the first half, with the deadlock only being broken by a UNE goal in the 73rd minute. Katrina Holt ’19 scored in the […]

by James Burlage· · 0 comments · Sports