Quick Notes From Around the NESCAC

The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association named Bowdoin senior Kate Kerrigan Division III National Player of the Year…

Bowdoin and Amherst met in the women’s basketball national championship at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota. Amherst beat the Polar Bears to finish the season 33–0, allowing them to clinch their second-straight national title and undefeated season. The Mammoths have now won 66 games in a row…

Williams’ board named Maud S. Mandel the school’s 18th president on Sunday, March 11…

Colby’s Nescac-champion men’s hockey team beat New England 4–2 on Saturday, March 10, in the NCAA Sweet 16. They then beat SUNY Geneseo on the road 2–1 last Saturday, March 17, to advance to the Frozen Four in Lake Placid. The Mules (17–10–2) take on St. Norbert (25–4–1) tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m…

Panthers fans will note that the men’s hockey team beat the Mules 3–2 in Waterville on Friday, Jan. 19, so we’re sure some folks may be arguing for postseason tournament expansion pending this weekend’s result…

Trinity women’s lacrosse lost on the road to York 16–15 in 2OT last Thursday. The Bantams moved down to No. 4 in the latest IWLCA poll …

Amherst women’s softball improved to 9–1 on the season with a victory over Plymouth St. last Saturday, March 17, as Lorena Ukanwa threw a one-hitter in the Mammoths’ 2–0 win…

Bates’ women’s tennis No. 1, senior Maisie Silverman, is one of four finalists for the ITA’s Ann Lebedeff leadership award…

Eight Nescac women’s lacrosse teams are ranked in the top 25 of the IWLCA Coaches national poll, as of Monday, March 19. This includes your very own Panthers, who slot in at No. 2, the highest among Nescac teams, behind only defending national champion Gettysburg…

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Quick Notes From Around the NESCAC