Polar Bear Scoreboard

Men’s Ice Hockey: Ronnie Lestan ’20 scored a second-period power play goal to even the game for the Bowdoin men’s ice hockey team as the Polar Bears skated to their first tie of the season in a 1-1 overtime final against Connecticut College.

Women’s Ice Hockey: The Trinity women’s ice hockey team scored a pair of third period goals to send Bowdoin to a 2-0 defeat in the regular season finale.

Men’s Swimming & Diving: The men’s swimming & diving team was at Wesleyan this weekend for the NESCAC Championships.

Men’s Track & Field: Led by an individual title by Joseph Staudt ’19, the men’s indoor track team took a fifth-place finish overall at the New England Division III Championship hosted by Tufts Saturday.

Women’s Track & Field: The women’s indoor track & field team rode several strong relay performances to a ninth-place finish overall at the New England Division III Championship Saturday at MIT.

Women’s Basketball: The women’s basketball team dominated the second half of a 72-47 victory over Connecticut College in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC Tournament Saturday at Morrell Gymnasium.

Nordic Skiing: The Nordic skiing team placed seventh of fifteen at the Middlebury Carnival in Ripton, Vermont.

Men’s Squash: Bowdoin 6, Tufts 3; Wesleyan 5, Bowdoin 4

Scores listed are those available at time of publication.

Polar Bear Scoreboard

Women’s Basketball: The women’s basketball team celebrated Senior Day with a 68-49 win over Connecticut College in its regular season finale  Saturday afternoon in Morrell Gym. The team has claimed the third seed and will face Connecticut College in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC tournament at home February 18.

Men’s Basketball: The men’s basketball team concluded its season on a high note with a 77-70 victory over Connecticut College Saturday.

Men’s Ice Hockey: Tyler Whitney tallied a hat trick and added an assist to lift the Trinity men’s ice hockey team to a 6-1 win over visiting Bowdoin  Saturday.

Women’s Ice Hockey: The women’s hockey team completed the series sweep of top-seeded Connecticut College in a 2-1 come-from-behind victory Saturday.

Women’s Swimming & Diving: The Williams College women’s swimming & diving team won its fourth consecutive NESCAC Championship — and 15th overall — at Greason Pool Sunday evening.

Men’s Squash: Colby 6, Bowdoin 3

Women’s Squash: Bowdoin 5, Colby 4

Scores listed are those available at time of publication.

Bowdoin Curling Team a Stone-Cold Hit on the Ice (WCSH)

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Momentum has been building within Bowdoin’s curling team. Over the past four years its membership has grown from just five players to nearly twenty. The WCSH newsmagazine 207 visited Watson Arena to catch the team in action and capture the energy behind the quirky sport. Watch the segment and view a slideshow of images.

Basketball Legend Chamique Holdsclaw Discusses Mental Illness

A wide array of people — from student athletes to alumni — came out to hear Chamique Holdsclaw’s recent presentation in Kresge Auditorium about her successful basketball career and her struggles with mental illness.

Holdsclaw, a six-time Women’s National Basketball Association All-Star, three-time NCAA Champion and Olympic gold medalist, has devoted her post-basketball life to promoting mental health and wellness activism.

At her Bowdoin presentation, she first screened a documentary, Mind|Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw, which chronicles her biography and battle with bipolar disorder. She then shared advice and insights about her career and the many obstacles she has endured. Also during her visit, she spent some time with the women’s basketball team. Read the story by Maurice Asare ’19.