• Bowdoin Field Hockey Featured on CBS
    December 19, 2006
    BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College field hockey team was featured on CBS's NCAA Fall Seasonal Show that aired nationwide at 1:00 p.m. (EST) on Saturday, December 30, 2006.
  • Leonard Leads Field Hockey All-Americans
    November 25, 2006
    BRUNSWICK, Maine - Three players from the Bowdoin College field hockey team have been named to the 2006 NFHCA All-American team announced this week. Senior goaltender Kate Leonard (Eliot, Maine) earned her second-straight First-Team honor, while junior Valerie Young (Concord, N.H.) and sophomore Lindsay McNamara (Milton, Mass.) earned Third-Team selections.
  • Field Hockey Dominates NESCAC Honors
    November 08, 2006
    BRUNSWICK, Maine - Four Bowdoin College field hockey players have earned All-NESCAC honors in selections by the conference coaches announced on Wednesday. In addition, head coach Nicky Pearson has been named the NESCAC Coach of the Year for the fifth time in her career.
  • Bowdoin Earns NCAA Regional
    November 06, 2006
    BRUNSWICK, Maine - The 2006 NESCAC Champion Bowdoin College field hockey team has earned a first-round bye and the right to host an NCAA Regional next Saturday and Sunday, November 11-12 at Ryan Field in Brunswick.
  • Young, McNamara Honored, NCAA Info Announced
    November 06, 2006
    Bowdoin College junior defender Val Young (Concord, N.H.) and sophomore forward Lindsay McNamara (Milton, Mass.) were named NESCAC Co-Players of the Week as the Polar Bear field hockey team won their second-straight NESCAC Championship last weekend.
  • LePage Named Player of the Week
    October 02, 2006
    BRUNSWICK, Maine - Bowdoin College field hockey captain Burgess LePage (Cumberland, Maine) has been named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Field Hockey Player of the Week for her efforts last weekend in a pair of Polar Bear wins.
  • 2006 Field Hockey Preview
    September 05, 2006
    The Polar Bears graduated several strong components, and with the tragic loss of Taryn King '07 in January, will be challenged as much mentally as physically. On the field, Bowdoin will return a boatload of talent in their attempt to defend their NESCAC Championship, including the majority of their defensive corps that allowed more than one goal just once in 2005.
  • Students Honor King at Falmouth Road Race
    August 08, 2006
    BRUNSWICK, Maine - After watching the Falmouth Road Race from the sidelines in the summer of 2005, Bowdoin student Taryn King was inspired.