Coyne turned in three outstanding performances in a 2-1 week for the Bobcats. He poured in 17 points in Tuesday's win over Husson, 22 points at Bowdoin and a career-high 30 points in the Bobcats' 82-79 win at Colby.
Ho won three races and was the runner-up in three others to lead the women's team to victory at the Maine State Meet. Ho set Bates' team record in the 100-yard individual medley in her final event (1:00.18).
Pender won the 50 free (21.33), the 100 free (46.77), the 100 fly (52.66) and the 100 IM (53.27) to lead the men's swimming team to a sweep of Bowdoin, Colby and the University of Maine at the Maine State Meet.
Spellman scored a career-high 38 points in Bates’ 107-103 win over the University of New England on Sunday. He shot 16-of-25 from the field and 6-of-8 from the free-throw line while grabbing eight rebounds.
Davenport scored 27 points on 9-of-16 shooting and 6-of-9 three-point shooting, in addition to eight rebounds and four steals in Bates’ 68-56 win over Southern Maine. She logged a full 40 minutes in the win.
Cook earned her first career All-America honor Saturday, finishing 16th among 279 individuals overall at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships. She covered the 6K course at Principia College in 21:07.4.
Cook will run in the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships for a second straight year after placing fourth overall at NCAA Regionals. She covered the 6-kilometer course at Gorham Country Club in 20:44.7.
Rowe earned All-New England honors by placing 30th out of 370 runners in his first NCAA Division III New England Regional Championship race. Rowe covered the 8-kilometer course at Gorham Country Club in 26:09.04.
Forney totaled 31 assists, 16 digs, three kills and one block in her final match Friday in the NESCAC tournament. Forney put up career-best numbers this season in assists (9.62 per set), digs (2.80), and blocks (0.35).
Lindgren earned NESCAC Defensive Player of the Week honors and flew all over the field on Saturday in Bates' 24-17 win over Bowdoin, collecting career-highs of 16 tackles (11 solo) and six pass breakups.
Lough scored the game-winning goal with just eight seconds remaining in regulation to give the Bobcats a 3-2 victory at Colby on Tuesday, earning the Bobcats the eighth seed in the NESCAC Championship.
The Bates men's rowing team placed third among 37 boats to earn the bronze medal in the Men's Collegiate Eights race at the 53rd Head of the Charles Regatta. The Bobcats recorded their best-ever finish in the event.
The Bates women's varsity eight set a course record in the Women's Collegiate Eights and claimed first place among 26 boats at the 53rd Head of the Charles Regatta on Sunday. Bates also won the event in 2014.
Jurgeleit led a defense that gave up just one goal in three wins over nationally ranked opponents. The Bobcats knocked off No. 2 Babson 2-1 in overtime, No. 5 Tufts 1-0 and No. 6 Amherst 1-0 in a remarkable 3-0 week.
Morris finished in fifth place, earning all-state honors for the first time in his career, and the men's cross country team won the Maine State Meet for the third time in the past four seasons on Saturday.
Garcia-Bou and Julien Lewin combined for a 71 to help the Bates College golf team win the Colby College Classic at the Waterville Country Club on Sunday. Bates had a total team score of 217 to win the five-team tourney.
Hamilton was a key part of the No. 15 nationally ranked women's cross country team's victory at the Saratoga Invitational on Saturday. Hamilton covered the course in 17:55.8, good for sixth out of 221 runners.
Magin led No. 21 nationally ranked Bates to a second place finish out of 16 teams Saturday at the Saratoga Invitational. He finished sixth out of 235 individuals and covered the course at Saratoga Spa State Park in 25:40.3.
Rosen advanced to the championship match of the A Singles Flight Sunday at the Middlebury Invitational, where he was stopped by 2017 NCAA singles champion Lubomir Cuba of Middlebury in a super tiebreaker.
McCarthy recorded a career-high 17 saves in the Bobcats' 1-0 win over Wesleyan on Saturday. She followed that up with six saves in Bates' 1-1 draw with No. 4 Williams on Sunday. Bates is off to its best start since 2005.
Cook crossed the finish line first as the No. 25 nationally ranked Bates women's cross country team finished second to No. 11 Tufts while outscoring WPI and Wellesley on Saturday at the Bates Invitational.
Levine was the first of four runners from No. 24 nationally ranked Bates to finish within the top five overall, as the Bobcats won the Bates Invitational Saturday at Pineland Farms over Tufts, WPI and USM.
Bakken tallied two assists in the men's soccer team's 2-1 victory at Hamilton Saturday afternoon. In both cases, he headed the ball to the goal-scorer, proving to be a big presence in the midfield for Bates.
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.