BRUNSWICK, Maine - Led by First-Team All-NESCAC choice Rogan Donelly (Osprey, Fla.), the Bowdoin College football team had three players earn All-Conference honors in selections announced late last week.
BRUNSWICK, Maine - For the second straight week, Bowdoin College copped NESCAC Football Rookie of the Week honors, as first-year linebacker Tyler Tennant (Swampscott, Mass.) notched the title following the final week of conference play.
The Bowdoin College and Colby College football teams will renew one of the most bitter rivalries in collegiate athletics on Saturday, as they clash for the 118th time in the history of the series. The two Maine rivals boast the third-longest rivalry in Division III football, only behind Williams-Amherst and Albion-Kalamazoo.
BRUNSWICK, Maine - Bowdoin College first-year quarterback Oliver Kell (Westford, Mass.) has been named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week for his efforts last Saturday against Bates.
Bowdoin College (0-5) will travel to play at Wesleyan (2-3) Saturday in a game scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. kickoff. The Polar Bears are looking for their first victory of the 2006 campaign, while the Cardinals are looking to avenge last year's loss to the Polar Bears in Brunswick.
This weekend is Homecoming at Bowdoin College, where Saturday the Polar Bear football team will play Trinity for the 35th time in the history of the series. The Polar Bears (0-4) are looking to get into the win column for the first time this season, while Trinity (3-1) will look to take their eighth straight victory over Bowdoin.
One team will walk away with their first victory of the 2006 season on Saturday when the Bowdoin football team (0-3) travels to Hamilton College (0-3). Gametime is slated for 12 noon in Clinton, N.Y. as the Continentals host their "Fallcoming" Weekend.
BRUNSWICK, Maine - Bowdoin College is pleased to announce the first-ever "Phil Soule 5K Phlail" in honor of the longtime coach at the school. The race is scheduled for the Sunday of Homecoming Weekend, October 22, with all proceeds benefitting Bowdoin's Philip H. Soule Memorial Fund.
Saturday is the 101st meeting between long-time rivals Bowdoin College and Tufts University. The Polar Bears enter this weekend with a record of 0-2, with losses to Williams and Amherst in the opening two weeks. Tufts enters the game with a record of 2-0 thanks to wins over Bates and Hamilton.
Saturday marks the 85th meeting between historic rivals Amherst College and Bowdoin College. The game is the home-opener for the Polar Bears (0-1), who opened last weekend with a loss at Williams College.
BRUNSWICK, Maine - Bowdoin College has announced the addition of two coaches to Dave Caputi's 2006 football staff. Trevor Powers (Wells, Maine), a 2006 graduate of Bowdoin, and Steve Shukie, a 2005 alum of John Hopkins, will join the Polar Bears this fall.
Saturday is Senior Day at Whittier Field, where the Bowdoin College football team will play long-time rival Bates for the 109th time in the history of the series. The Polar Bears (0-6) and Bobcats (0-6) are both looking for their first victory of the season. Bowdoin has won two straight over Bates and is looking to win three straight over their Route 196 rivals since the 1996-98 seasons.
Bowdoin College President Barry Mills released the following statement on Monday, January 16th:
I am deeply saddened to inform you of the death of Phil Soule, a dedicated and beloved member of our community -- especially to generations of Bowdoin students who knew and loved him as a coach, mentor, and friend.