Parity struck in the NESCAC as Tufts knocked off the nation's last unbeaten, No. 5 Hamilton, while Bowdoin also scored an upset. Elsewhere, No. 2 UW-Stevens Point got back on track with a win over No. 12 Augsburg, and league races continued to solidify in numerous leagues. All that and more in our Saturday wrap... Photo: Tufts Athletics
Four NESCAC teams were in action on Tuesday night and all four scored wins, while elsewhere, No. 12 SUNY Geneseo downed Oswego State in a key SUNYAC meeting, and No. 10 UW-River Falls also won. Photo: Colby Athletics
Top ranked Plattsburgh State made yet another statement with a commanding win over No. 10 Norwich, while men's action featured an overtime thriller and a hard-fought draw between nine-win teams. Photo: Plattsburgh Athletics
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA -- The Williams Ephs (15-8-2 overall), ranked fourth in the NESCAC, defeated the Bowdoin Polar Bears (14-8-3 overall), ranked fifth in the NESCAC, 4-3 in the NESCAC Championship quarterfinals today at the Lansing Chapman Rink in Williamstown. The Polar Bears came into this contest as two-time defending champions of the conference. Freshmen Colby Cretella and David Italiano gave the Ephs a 2-0 lead through twenty-six minutes of play.
Junior forward John McGinnis scored the game-winning goal 22 seconds into thesecond overtime to lead the Bowdoin College men's ice hockey team to a 3-2 victory over Amherst and a spot in the NCAA tournament.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – The fifth-seeded Bowdoin College men's ice hockey team will make its fifth consecutive trip to the NESCAC Semifinals following a 6-3 win at Middlebury in the NESCAC Quarterfinals Saturday at Kenyon Arena.
The Marian women shocked St. Scholastica while the UMass Boston men came back from a 4-1 deficit to score yet another win. Who kept their streaks going and who got shut down? Find out in the Saturday Wrap.