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 […]
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As the leaves begin to turn, the stallions of fall trot on, continuing their recent success with a second place finish at the State of Maine Championships. The Colby Men’s Cross Country team finished second out of 11 teams this past weekend. This near victory comes as no surprise, as the team has had immense success in the last month. […]
With only three games remaining in their season, the Colby Men’s Soccer team has been very busy. Averaging two to three games a week, they have also been facing some tough opponents. Each of their last three games have resulted in shutouts—only one of which, unfortunately, was in the Mules’ favor. The men suffered a 3-0 loss against Wesleyan on […]
The Colby golf team completed their final two weeks of the season with a ninth place finish at the NESCAC Fall Qualifier and a third place finish at the Colby Classic. In these final tournaments, the Mules showcased their depth with top finishes from two different teammates. Geoff Sullivan ’17 led the team with a 79 on the first day […]
The Colby women’s tennis team has enjoyed a superb fall season as they cruised to a perfect 4-0 record before the winter break. With easy wins over Thomas College, Simmons College, Colby-Sawyer College, and Wheaton College, the Mules look to carry this momentum to the spring season. The season began on September 11 when new head coach Jason Cohen led […]
Colby’s Fill the Stands Event kicked off on Friday with a home match for the volleyball team. The Mules were coming off a five-game NESCAC losing streak. Before fall break, the Mules had dropped matches to both Connecticut College and Tufts 3-0. The week was not without a bright spot, though, as the team was able to defeat Brandeis 3-1. […]