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Van Siclen leads men’s soccer to post-season

With three complete shutout games within the last week and a half, Stevie Van Siclen ’18, goalkeeper of the Bowdoin men’s soccer team (10-3-2, NESCAC 6-2-2), elevated his total number of career shutouts to 25—an all time high for career shutouts at Bowdoin. Van Siclen currently has a three-game shutout streak after games against Colby, Connecticut College and, most recently, Tufts. While Van Siclen’s immense skill and leadership on the field has only grown throughout his four years on the team, this year his presence has proved especially instrumental in guiding and unifying the team as the Polar Bears head into the playoffs.

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Field Hockey

Field Hockey looks to win last games of season

Gwen DavidsonHitting Hard: SJ Weill ’18 faces off against a Hamilton opponent. The team lost against Hamilton 2-1 during homecoming weekend, despite first year Maddie Ferrucci’s 8 saves compared to Hamilton’s 3. Bowdoin rebounded on Tuesday to beat Colby 2-1 to end their three game losing streak.

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Women’s Tennis team hopes to maintain success in the spring

Caroline FlahartyNo Love Allowed: Rachel Bercovitch ’21 plays in the Bowdoin Invitational during homecoming weekend. The Polar Bears ended the tournament 25-4 and then went on to beat Skidmore on Sunday 6-3. The Bowdoin Invitational is one of the two main tournaments in the team’s fall preseason play, the other being the ITA New England Regionals.

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Highlight Reel

Highlight Reel for Oct. 20

Sweeping the Court: The women’s volleyball team (11-7, NESCAC 7-1) celebrated homecoming weekend by sweeping their Saturday games against University of Maine-Presque Isle (11-16) and Middlebury (14-5, NESCAC 5-3). Caroline Flaharty ’20 ended the Middlebury game with 19 kills compared to Middlebury’s Becca Raffel’s 11.

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Flaharty leads volleyball into Middlebury game

Sam HoneggerHitting the bar: Captain Michelle Albright '18 bumps the ball in a match against Bates on Sept. 16 as her teammates watch on. The Polar Bears won 3-1, but lost the more recent non-conference game against the Bobcats The Bowdoin volleyball team (9-7, NESCAC 6-1) is making its presence felt in the NESCAC after winning four consecutive conference games over the course of two weekends before falling to Bates on Tuesday.

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