Sara Daher '17, Women's SwimmingDaher concluded her transcendent college swimming career with possibly her finest day at the NCAA Championships, breaking three team records and notching her 22nd and 23rd career All-America honors.
Teddy Pender '18, Men's SwimmingPender claimed the first individual All-America honors for a Bates male since 1991. He earned four All-America honors and the Bates men finished in 24th place at the NCAA Championships, the best finish in program history.
Jessica Wilson '17, Women's Track & FieldWilson won All-American honors in the Distance Medley Relay and the 3,000-meter run at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships, the second and third All-American finishes of her career.
Kyle Weber '17, Men's LacrosseSenior captain Kyle Weber scored nine goals to tie a 20-year old Bates record and the No. 11 nationally ranked Bobcat men's lacrosse team upended No. 5 Amherst 23-17 Sunday at Garcelon Field.
Andrew Melvin '17, Men's LacrosseMelvin scored a game-high three goals and dished out an assist in Bates' 10-8 win over Babson last week. He followed that up by matching his career-high with four goals in the Bobcats' 15-14 win over Wesleyan on Sunday.
Olivia Voccola '17, Women's TennisVoccola defeated Brandeis' Ariana Ishaq 6-4, 6-0 at No. 6 singles on Friday and followed that up with wins at No. 3 doubles and No. 4 singles on Saturday in Bates' 9-0 win over Mt. Holyoke.
Adedire Fakorede '18, Men's Track & FieldFakorede finished second in the weight throw at Open New Englands with a season-best distance of 60-03.75. Fakorede entered the weekend as the third-ranked weight thrower in Division III.
Sadie James '17, Women's Nordic SkiingJames became the first Bates women's Nordic skier since 2003 to win an EISA carnival race and the Bobcat Nordic ski teams combined to take home the Chummy Broomhall Cup Friday at the Bates Carnival.
Laurel Fiddler '17, Women's Nordic SkiingFiddler finished 15th out of 70 collegiate skiers in the 15K Freestyle race on Friday and helped the Bates women finish in fourth place out of 12 schools in the classic sprint relay Saturday at the Middlebury Carnival.
Teddy Pender '18, Men's Swimming & DivingPender won the 100-yard freestyle title at the NESCAC Championships with an NCAA B-cut time of 44.83 seconds -- 0.40 seconds under the team record he established one year ago.
Jack Kiely '18, Men's Track & FieldKiely ran the anchor leg of the Bobcats' record-breaking distance medley team at the Valentine Invitational. Their time of 9:49.74 is the sixth-fastest DMR ever run by a Division III team, and the fastest in Bates history.
Janika Ho '20, Women's Swimming & DivingHo turned in five All-NESCAC performances, breaking Bates records in the 50 and the 100-yard butterfly along the way at the NESCAC Swimming & Diving Championships this past weekend at Bowdoin.
Jessica Wilson '17, Women's Track & FieldWilson won the mile in 4:59.33, breaking the state meet record and helping Bates win their fourth straight state championship. Wilson ranks 4th in Division III and is 2nd on Bates' all-time performance list in the mile.
Patrick Griffin '17, Men's Track & FieldGriffin was named Most Valuable Track Athlete at the Maine State Men's Indoor Championships after his victory in the 800-meter run and running a leg in Bates' winning 4x800 relay, helping Bates reclaim the state title.
Allison Hill '17, Women's Track & FieldHill broke the Bates women's track and field team's 36-year-old indoor 200-meter dash record on Boston University's banked track Friday with a time of 25.45 seconds, 0.5 seconds under her former personal best.
Marcus Delpeche '17, Men's BasketballDelpeche tallied a double-double (13 points, 13 rebounds) in Bates' win over Salem State. He followed that up with a monster performance (28 points, 11 rebounds) in Bates' 84-72 win over No. 4 nationally ranked Tufts.
Ahmed Hatata '17, Men's SquashHatata tallied two 3-0 victories at the No. 1 position over the weekend to improve his record on the season to 10-1, helping the No. 18 men's squash team go 2-0, including an upset victory over No. 13 Franklin & Marshall.
Charlotte Cabot '17, Women's SquashCabot helped the Bobcats go 2-0 on the weekend by posting a 3-1 victory over 13th ranked Franklin & Marshall's Katherine O'Brien in a 6-3 win and then defeating Katherine Correia of 17th ranked Amherst 3-0 in an 8-1 win.
Jeff Spellman '20, Men's BasketballSpellman scored a career-high 16 points to help lead the Bobcats to victory over Hamilton on Friday. He followed that up with 14 points off the bench, all in the second half, the very next day against No. 15 Middlebury.
Monica Sears '20, Women's SwimmingOn Friday, Sears won the 1,000-yard freestyle in 10:36.31, breaking the Tarbell Pool record as Bates swept Bowdoin. She helped the Bobcats sweep their CBB series rivals by winning the 500 freestyle against Colby on Saturday.
Allie Coppola '17, Women's BasketballCoppola averaged 17 points and 11.3 rebounds per game over three games this past week. Her career-high 24 points propelled the Bobcats to a 64-57 win over Colby in their NESCAC opener.
Jonathan Depew '18, Men's SwimmingDepew won the 100 butterfly (53.45) against Norwich on Saturday and followed that up with wins in the 400 free relay in 3:13.47, 200 free (1:45.50) and 100 butterfly (53.13) on Sunday against Middlebury.
Bernadette Connors '17, Women's BasketballConnors averaged 15.3 points, 5 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game on the week, shooting 18-38 (.474) from the field and 5-12 (.417) from three-point territory in road games against Colby, Saint Joseph's and Bowdoin.
Jerome Darling '17, Men's BasketballDarling averaged 9.5 points, 10 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game this past week against rivals Bowdoin and Colby. His eight points, nine rebounds and game-high seven assists helped Bates beat the Polar Bears 74-60.
Janika Ho '20, Women's SwimmingThe Bates women won the Maine State Meet and Ho led a 1-2-3 Bates sweep in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:07.12. Ho also won the 100 butterfly in 56.13 seconds and the 100 backstroke in 58.69 seconds.
Riley Ewing '18, Men's SwimmingEwing won the 50-yard backstroke (25.53) and took first place in both the 100 back (53.33) and 200 back (1:57.34) at the Maine State Meet, won by Bates. His 92 points were the most scored by any swimmer at the meet.
Emily Freedland '18, Women's BasketballFreedland scored a career-high 15 points, pulled down five rebounds, dished out five assists and tallied four steals to lead the women's basketball team to a 75-60 victory over Southern Maine Tuesday night at Alumni Gym.
Marcus Delpeche '17, Men's BasketballDelpeche scored a career-high 29 points and tallied a game-high 12 rebounds to lead the Bates men's basketball team to an 81-71 victory over Southern Maine Tuesday night at Alumni Gym.
Katie Bull '19, Women's SquashBull went 3-0 at the No. 7 position over the weekend, helping lead the women's squash team to a 2-1 start. Her signature win came against No. 3 nationally ranked Trinity's Phoebe Carlisle, 3-0 (11-3, 11-2, 11-5).
Malcolm Delpeche '17, Men's BasketballDelpeche averaged 18 points and 9.5 rebounds per game over the weekend, including a double-double in the Bobcats' 83-63 victory over Salve Regina at the WPI Ted Coghlin Memorial Tournament.
Olivia LaMarche '20, Women's Cross CountryLaMarche was Bates' breakthrough performer at the NCAA New England Regional Championships, taking 33rd place in 22:13.12, helping Bates finish fifth and qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2012.
Trevor Lyons '17, FootballLyons recorded an interception and five tackles (three solo) in his final collegiate football game Saturday against Hamilton. Lyons finishes his Bates career with 129 tackles and 10 interceptions.
Chandler McGrath '17, VolleyballIn her final collegiate match, senior captain Chandler McGrath led all players with a career-high 24 kills in the Bobcats' NESCAC Championships quarterfinals match with eventual tournament champion Middlebury.
Matt Golden '20, FootballGolden came off the bench and ran 14 times for 126 yards and a TD to go along with 48 passing yards and a score through the air to lead Bates to a 24-7 victory over Bowdoin and their third consecutive outright CBB title.
Jacqueline Forney '18, VolleyballForney and the Bobcats clinched a spot in the NESCAC Championships with wins over Hamilton and Middlebury over the weekend. Forney tallied 45 assists against Hamilton and a career-high 50 against the Panthers.
Tyler Harrington '19, FootballHarrington made five tackles (three solo) and recorded two of Bates' five sacks in the Bobcats' 21-19 win over Colby to begin the CBB series. His five sacks on the year are tied for first in the NESCAC.
Gabi Eustache '20, VolleyballEustache averaged 6.90 digs and 1.20 assists per set and committed only one receiving error in a 2-1 week for the Bobcats. Eustache recorded 26 digs in a 3-0 win over Worcester State on Saturday.
Matt DiVite '17, Men's SoccerDiVite scored two goals in regulation to lead the Bobcats to a 3-2 overtime victory over No. 15 nationally ranked Middlebury Saturday afternoon. He now ranks second on the team with five goals this year.
Evan Ferguson-Hull '17, Men's Cross CountryFerguson-Hull earned his second consecutive all-state (top seven) honors at the Maine State Championship, placing seventh out of 122 men in 25:38.3, Bates' second-fastest time ever recorded at Pineland Farms.
Taylor Lough '19, Field HockeySophomore Taylor Lough scored less than two minutes into overtime to give the Bates field hockey team a 3-2 road victory over No. 8 nationally ranked Babson Wednesday night at MacDowell Field.