Women’s Track & Field: The women’s outdoor track & field team beat the elements and the competition to claim the 2017 Aloha Relays at Magee-Samuelson Track Saturday afternoon.
Men’s Track & Field: The men’s outdoor track & field team claimed its first Maine State Championship since 2009, breaking Bates’ string of seven consecutive state crowns with a first-place finish Saturday in Lewiston.
Women’s Tennis: The women’s tennis team split a weekend conference slate with a 6-3 win at Tufts before falling 9-0 at Williams.
Men’s Tennis: The men’s tennis team edged Williams, 5-4, in a battle of top-ten squads Saturday afternoon.
Women’s Rugby: The American International College women’s rugby team traveled to Maine to compete at the Bowdoin Sevens, hosted by Bowdoin College Saturday.
Men’s Lacrosse: The men’s lacrosse team never trailed, cruising to a 15-9 non-conference victory over Endicott Saturday at Pickard Field.
Women’s Lacrosse: The women’s lacrosse team celebrated Senior Day at Ryan Field with an authoritative 23-14 victory over Colorado College Saturday.
Softball: The Tufts softball team swept Sunday’s doubleheader at Bowdoin to capture the series, 2-1.
Baseball: With the tying run on third base, Bowdoin reliever Jack Wilhoite ’19 got a strikeout to end the game and give the visiting Polar Bears a 3-2 win at Tufts in NESCAC East Division baseball action Sunday at Huskins Field.
Sailing: The Polar Bears competed in two regattas over the weekend, including the Admiral’s Cup at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at King’s Point and the Jerry Reed Trophy for the Women’s New England Championship, hosted by Brown.
Rowing: At the 21st Annual President’s Cup, Bowdoin and Colby were guests of the Bates Crew at the new Bates Boathouse on Sunday. Bates crews dominated competition with wins in each of the points events, and won the Cup with 18 points. Colby was second with 11, and Bowdoin a close third with 10. With Bates at the front of the fleet, Bowdoin and Colby traded seconds and thirds with Colby besting the Bears in the eights events and the Men’s Novice Four, while Bowdoin forged ahead of the Mules in the Men’s and Women’s Varsity Fours, and Women’s Novice Four. The Men’s Novice Eight had a good race to finish second to Colby in an event vacated by Bates, and in an event missing Colby, Bates beat the Women’s Second Varsity Four who also had a very good race for the second. The Bowdoin Navy races next Sunday at the Clark Invitational with NESCAC rivals Amherst and Connecticut College, among others.
Scores listed are those available at time of publication.