Donahue took third place in the decathlon Saturday at all-divisions Open New England Championships, posting a personal-record score for the second straight week and likely securing an invitation to the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships in two weeks.
Senior captain Ayden Eickhoff won the 800-meter run and placed second in the 1,500 meters, leading the Bates women's track and field team to fifth place out of 11 teams Saturday at the NESCAC Track & Field Championships at Middlebury.
Smith won the NESCAC javelin throw championship with a top effort of 173-10. He also finished fourth in the discus throw. Overall, the Bates men's track and field team placed fifth out of 11 teams Saturday at the NESCAC Track & Field Championships, marking the Bobcats' 22nd consecutive year placing among the top five teams at the meet.
Russo went 7-15 at the plate with in a 4-1 week for the Bobcats. She scored four runs and drove in three runs, to go along with a double and three walks. Russo delivered the game-winning hit in the softball team's 3-2 win over Trinity on Friday.
Collins earned his fourth win of the season by tossing six and a third innings of two-run baseball to help Bates defeat Wesleyan 4-2 on Saturday. Collins struck out six batters on the day and currently leads the NESCAC in strikeouts with 36.
Rozin won at No. 1 doubles and at No. 2 singles to help the No. 30 nationally ranked Bates women's tennis team defeat Wheaton College 8-1 on Sunday. Rozin earns her ninth doubles win of the season and her sixth singles victory.
Jareno hit .478 (11-23) over the course of five games last week, smacking his first collegiate home run and driving in the eventual winning run with a double against Trinity on Saturday. He doubled three times and drove in five runs over the course of a 3-2 week for the Bobcats.
Pelletier threw three complete games against Colby over the weekend, shutting the Mules out twice in a three-game sweep for the Bobcats. She allowed no runs on three hits over 14 innings in the doubleheader sweep on Saturday for Bates.
Fantoni recorded a team-high six ground balls, caused a turnover, scored his first goal and dished out his first assist of the season in the Bates men's lacrosse team's 17-9 win over Hamilton Saturday at Garcelon Field.
Apathy became a 10-time All-American to conclude her sophomore season, after winning five awards at the NCAA Championships last week. Apathy's top finish came in the 100-yard butterfly, where she finished tied for third.
Sandford recorded two ground balls, secured two draw controls and caused a turnover in the Bates women's lacrosse team's 15-3 win over Plymouth State. She followed that up with two ground balls, seven draw controls and a caused turnover against undefeated Trinity.
Eickhoff completed a stellar two-day performance at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships with a third-place finish in the women's 800-meter run, and the Bobcats took 13th place among 109 teams competing at the meet. Powered by a stunning anchor-leg performance by Eickhoff, the Bates women's track and field team placed second in the distance medley relay in team record time, for the best national finish by a relay team in Bates athletics history.
Junior captain Matt Chlastawa scored five goals and dished out five assists to lead the No. 20 nationally ranked Bates men's lacrosse team to a 15-12 win over defending national champion No. 1 Wesleyan Saturday afternoon at Garcelon Field.
Mullally started the week with a pair of goals in the Bobcats' 10-9 win over Babson. Then he turned the volume up to 11, as in a career-high 11 points (six goals, five assists) in Bates' 17-10 win over Middlebury Sunday to open NESCAC play.
Playing at the No. 3 position, Arjoon swept all three of her opponents over the weekend at team nationals, helping the Bates women's squash team capture its third Walker Cup title in the last four years.
Apathy won the 100-yard butterfly title, highlighting an outstanding weekend at the NESCAC Championships for the women's swimming team. Apathy earned four Al-NESCAC (top 3) finishes in total for Bates.
Lynch recorded his fifth double-double of the season in Bates' 73-65 win over UMaine-Farmington on Tuesday, pacing the Bobcats with 16 points and a game-high 10 rebounds. He followed that up with a game-high 20 points at Trinity on Friday.
Sophomore John Rex won both the weight throw (59-9.5) and the shot put (49-0.75) to help the Bates men's track and field team win the Maine State Men's Indoor Championships Saturday night at the University of Southern Maine, capturing their 15th state title in the 51-year history of the meet, and their fifth in the past seven years.