The second varsity eight won its fourth consecutive gold medal at the NCAA Championships, leading Bates to its second national title in the last three years. The Bobcats led wire-to-wire, racing to the finish in 6:48.332.
Harrington took 13th place in the javelin throw, highlighting the first day of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships. He launched the javelin 57.60 meters, or 189 feet, on his second of three attempts.
Fay scored a career-high eight goals and added four assists in the Bobcats' 26-14 win over Amherst in the third round of the NCAA Championships. Fay moved into second place on Bates' all-time goal scoring list.
One week after claiming the NESCAC 800-meter title, Eickhoff broke her own team record and won the New England Division III crown in the event with her time of 2:11.17. She was also part of Bates' record-breaking 4X400 relay.
Chlastawa dished out a career-high five assists and scored five goals in Bates' 24-10 win over Colby. He followed that up with one goal and a game-high four assists in Bates' 11-8 win over Connecticut College on Saturday.
Fay scored five goals in the first quarter of Bates' 19-18 win at Tufts on Tuesday, and finished with six goals, one assist and three ground balls. He added five goals and an assist in Saturday's 16-14 win at Conn. College.
Russo batted .500 (15-30) in a 4-5 week for the Bobcats. She was 5-for-5 on stolen base attempts, scored nine runs and slugged at a .633 percentage. She was 1-3 with a run scored and two steals in Bates' win over Colby.
Wilson shattered the team record in the 5,000-meter run on Friday. She topped a field of 55 runners at the Silfen Invitational with her time of 16:57.09, which puts her at No. 1 in all of Division III for the moment.
In the first varsity eight grand final at the Tufts University Crew Races, Bates defeated Wesleyan by nine seconds with a time of 5:50, tied for the fastest time among all the schools in any race on the day.
Weber scored the game-tying and game-winning goals against No. 16 Bowdoin on Wednesday. He followed that up with a game-high five goals in the undefeated Bobcats' 15-12 win over Middlebury on Saturday.
Ceesay broke the 40-foot barrier in the triple jump for the first time, at a wind-aided 40-1.25, taking first place against MIT, Tufts and RPI. She also finished third in the long jump at a career-best 17-11.75.
Telesca tossed seven plus innings of shutout ball to help Bates sweep Colby in Sunday's doubleheader. Telesca earned his second victory of the season, striking out four and only allowing three hits along the way.
Rubchinuk won the javelin throw with a personal-best mark of 125-10 at a tri-meet with UMaine and UNH. She also placed third in the high jump (4-9). Rubchinuk ranks second on Bates' all-time performance list in the javelin.
Dewey scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to help the women's lacrosse team defeat Williams 8-7 on Saturday. She also dished out an assist, caused a turnover, and recorded two ground balls in the win.
Drake made a career-high 27 saves while finishing with a career-best saves percentage of 75% in the Bobcats' 15-9 win over Keene State. He followed that up with a 15-save performance in Bates' 17-11 win over Williams.
Pender 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.
Wilson 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.
Melvin 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.
Fiddler 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.
Kiely 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.