On the latest Bobcast, we discuss some exciting facilities upgrades at Bates with Assistant A.D. for Facilities and Club Sports Scott Lehmann! Plus, we preview the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. All that and more...
Gillett got a prophetic team nickname when she joined the Bates women’s club team as a first-year: “Future.” Led by Gillett, the squad’s first-year phenom from Seattle, Cold Front qualified for the national tournament for the first time in 2016. Three years later, the future is here for Gillett and the team: They head into the national tourney, which takes place Saturday and Sunday in College Station, Texas, undefeated and seeded first.
This week we’re celebrating both the men’s and women’s rowing teams once again winning the NESCAC title. Plus, the Bates track and field teams impressed at the Open New England Championships and we chat with Bates alum Mohdis Baker '14, one of the coaches for "Cold Front", our women’s Ultimate team, which is headed back to Division III nationals for the fourth straight year.
Senior Justin White got cut from the Bates baseball team as a first-year. And he didn't record his first collegiate hit until halfway through last season. Now, he's a key contributor to a much improved Bates offense heading into the NESCAC Championships. This is the story of White's "crazy journey" to the starting lineup.
The Bates baseball team swept Bowdoin on Saturday to qualify for the four-team double elimination NESCAC Championships, taking place this Friday-Sunday in Waterville. Plus, the rowing teams combined to win the New England Championships points title and we look back at the softball season. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
The Bates baseball team put together its best NESCAC East season in program history this year, finishing with a record of 9-3!
On Saturday, we traveled to Brunswick to catch up with the Bobcats after their doubleheader sweep of Bowdoin. They are keeping things seriously fun heading into this weekend's NESCAC tournament in Waterville.
On this week's Bobcast, we’re talking to a pair of NESCAC champions for the track and field program. Plus, the baseball team swept Colby, the softball team won another thriller against Trinity and the rowing teams hosted, and won, the 23rd Presidents Cup. All that and more...
This week we’re celebrating the men’s track and field team taking back the Maine State Outdoor Championship from Bowdoin. Plus, the softball and baseball teams won NESCAC games in thrilling fashion and the men’s club ice hockey team just returned from China. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
On this week's Bobcast, we’re previewing the battle for first place in the NESCAC between Bates, Tufts and Amherst men's lacrosse. Plus, the tennis teams enter the heart of NESCAC play and the baseball team prepares for a showdown with Bowdoin. All that and more...
Four Bobcats earned awards from the NESCAC for their performances last week. And we talk to all of them on the latest Bates Bobcast! Plus, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee hosted the 1st annual faculty/student basketball game. All that and more...
Sam Francis '17 played football and men's lacrosse at Bates, graduating in 2017. Now, he's a Football Data Analyst for the Cincinnati Bengals. We catch up with him and recap the week that was in Bates athletics, on the latest Bates Bobcast!
On this week's Bobcast, we preview the spring season for Bates rowing. We also take a look back on a very successful NCAA Championships for the women’s swimming team. All nine Bobcats returned as All-Americans. Plus, the women’s lacrosse team beat Williams for the fourth straight season and the baseball team is ready for NESCAC play after a strong week of non-conference action. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
Senior Katie Allard matched her season-high with four goals and the No. 21 nationally ranked Bates women's lacrosse team rallied to defeat the Williams College Ephs 13-11 Saturday afternoon at Garcelon Field.
On this episode of the Bobcast, we chat with the lone senior among the program record-tying nine Bates women's swimmers traveling to the NCAA Championships this week. Plus, the nationally ranked lacrosse teams continue to pick up key victories and women's tennis is ready to make an impact in the NESCAC after a solid trip to Virginia. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
The No. 13 nationally ranked Bates men's lacrosse team is off to a strong start in 2019, including a win over defending NCAA Division III champion Wesleyan. A big reason why: the Bates defense dares to be different. The Bobcats deploy a two-goalkeeper system. Meet the men in the cage: Mitchell Drake and Rob Strain.
The No. 13 nationally ranked Bates men's lacrosse team kept rolling to its fourth straight victory Tuesday night, defeating Western New England University 20-8 in a non-conference game at Garcelon Field.
From the women’s distance medley relay team finishing second in the country at NCAAs, to the men’s lacrosse team upending the top-ranked team in the nation, to a pair of Bobcats winning NESCAC Player of the Week honors, it was quite the week for Bates athletics. And we've got it all covered, on the Bates Bobcast!
Sophomores Kathryn Grennon and Summer Dias scored three goals apiece and the No. 21 nationally ranked Bates women's lacrosse team defeated Plymouth State 15-3 Monday afternoon in the Bobcats' home opener.
Winter sports are still going strong at Bates, but spring sports have arrived as well! On this episode of the Bobcast, we take a look back at a big NESCAC Championships for the men’s swimming and diving team by chatting with Male Bobcat of the Week and Lewiston native Matt Charest. Plus, the women’s squash team won its third Walker Cup title in the last four years and we preview the tennis and softball seasons. All that and more...
On this week's Bobcast, we talk with sophomore women's swimmer Caroline Apathy, who won the NESCAC title in the 100-yard butterfly! We chat with senior men's squash captain Coley Cannon, who ended his collegiate career on a high note and we look forward to the Bates Carnival with sophomore alpine skier Hannah West. Plus, a women's and men's lacrosse season preview. All that and more...on the Bates Bobcast!
Play ball! It's time to preview the Bates baseball season. Plus, the women’s track and field team put together a big time performance in the Distance Medley Relay and the women’s basketball team ended the season on a high note. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
Ariana Dalia scored 19 points and Melanie Binkhorst added 15 points and 11 rebounds as the Bates women's basketball team finished the 2018-19 season on a high note, defeating the University of Southern Maine 70-49 Monday evening.
The Bates women's track and field team won its sixth straight Maine state championship and the men's team won its fifth in the last seven years. Plus, we talk to some standout skiers and recap the NESCAC Championships for men's squash. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
Squash student-athletes have taken on many challenges at Bates. But nothing could have prepared them for the task of teaching Assistant Sports Information Director Aaron Morse how to play their sport. Can they pull it off? Watch to find out!
The men's squash team competes at the NESCAC Championships this week. And the Bobcats picked up some key victories to wrap up the regular season. Meanwhile, the women's squash team earned head coach Pat Cosquer '97 his 300th career win. Plus, men's basketball picked up another NESCAC victory and we introduce you to the world of club basketball at Bates. All that and more...on the Bates Bobcast!
On this week's Bates Bobcast, the men’s basketball team picked up a big NESCAC win at home. Plus, a women’s basketball reserve player had a game to remember and the track and field teams hosted the Bates Invitational, with terrific results. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast!
Senior captain Nick Lynch scored 20 of his game-high 22 points in the first half and four Bobcats scored in double figures to lead the Bates men's basketball team past Tufts by a score of 76-65 Saturday afternoon.
The Bates women's basketball team hit a program-record 16 three-pointers and sophomore Meredith Melendy came off the bench to score a game-high 18 points in the Bobcats' 95-43 victory over the University of Maine-Farmington Thursday night at Alumni Gymnasium.
On this episode of the Bobcast, we are taking a look at the strong start to the season for the track and field teams. Plus, the swimming and diving programs defeated Middlebury on the road Sunday and the Bobcats’ top women’s squash player was honored by the NESCAC. All that and more...