Bucki anchored the winning 400 medley relay with a lifetime best split for the Bobcats against Ivy League opponent Dartmouth. She also took third in the 200-yard backstroke and fifth in the 200-yard IM.
Caroline Sweeney won the 200-yard freestyle (1:56.80) and the 100 free (53.65) at the Maine State Meet over the weekend. The Bates women's and men's swimming and diving teams both took first place for the fourth time in as many years, with dominating performances from both squads.
Alex Bedard won state titles in all three breaststroke events at the Maine State Meet at Bowdoin, Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2018. The Bates men's and women's swimming and diving teams both took first place for the fourth time in as many years Saturday at the conclusion of the Maine State Meet, with dominating performances from both squads.
Middlebrook hit the game-winning three-pointer with three seconds left in double overtime to clinch a thrilling 86-85 win for the Bates women's basketball team over the University of New England on Sunday.
Barker finished 34th out of 279 runners overall to claim All-America honors, the first of her career, at the NCAA Cross Country Championships on Saturday. Barker becomes the sixth Bates woman to earn All-America honors in cross country.
Senior captain Ayden Eickhoff took 18th place in 22:26.86 at the NCAA New England Regional Championships, her second All-New England performance in as many years. The Bates women's cross country team received an at-large invitation to compete at this Saturday's NCAA Division III Championships in Wisconsin, claiming the fifth team invitation in program history.
Rust placed 27th (25:48.98) out of 416 runners at the NCAA New England Regional Championships on Saturday to earn All-New England honors. The Bates men finished 6th out of 58 teams and qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships for the first time since 2013.
Senior Katie Barker took fifth place to lead the Bates women's cross country team to fifth out of 11 teams at the NESCAC Championships on Saturday. Barker's performance earned her 1st team All-NESCAC honors.
Junior James Jones captured Second Team All-NESCAC honors with his eighth-place finish among 150 runners overall at the NESCAC Championships. The Bates men's cross country team produced its finest effort of the season Saturday, defying their No. 8 seeding to finish fourth out of 11 teams.
Hayes caught three passes for a career-high 63 yards and scored his first collegiate touchdown in the football team's game at Middlebury on Saturday. The Bobcats put up 34 points, their most in one game since 2014.
Three of senior defensive end Tyler Harrington’s six tackles against Wesleyan were for a loss, including a strip-sack that preceded sophomore defensive tackle Ramon Ruiz’s fumble recovery and 68-yard touchdown return.
Senior captain Aleks Marceau scored his first career goal and the Bates men's soccer team scored three times in the second half to defeat Emerson by a score of 3-0 Sunday afternoon. Marceau also dished out his second assist of the season.
Memishian finished seventh in Maine and 12th overall (23:14.4), capturing her first all-state honor and helping Bates roll to its third straight state title Saturday at the Maine State Meet Invitational.
Montanaro recorded 11 saves over the course of two matches this weekend, helping Bates defeat Wesleyan 1-0 and Williams 2-0 to give the Bobcats a perfect weekend on Russell Street Field. Montanaro has allowed just two goals in six matches so far this season.
Senior Josh Quijano and junior Nick Glover won three straight matches to reach Sunday morning's A Doubles flight championship, including an 8-5 victory over Middlebury's third-seeded duo of Noah Farrell and Peter Martin Sunday morning.
Sophomore Preston Haugh tied with three others for 20th place out of 61 players to lead the Bates men's golf team to ninth place out of 12 teams at the conclusion of the two-day Bowdoin Invitational Sunday.
The first varsity eight won its grand final at the National Invitational Rowing Championships for the first time ever and the Bates men's rowing team celebrated a perfect and historic day Friday on Lake Quinsigamond.
For the fourth National Invitational Rowing Championships in the past five years, Bates captured first place in the grand final races for women's varsity eights (WV8) and second varsity eights (W2V8). Bates wins its second straight NESCAC Women's Rowing Championship and its third in four years, by virtue of the WV8's grand final victory.