This week, the Colby men’s lacrosse team’s season got into full swing; they played two games, one Tuesday and another on Saturday. Tuesday night, the Mules took on New England College at home in their first non-conference game of the season.
On Amherst’s home field last Saturday, the Colby women’s lacrosse team opened its season with a game against a rival not only in-conference, but also in the national rankings.
The Colby women’s lacrosse team emerged from its most crucial week of the season with two wins and the second seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) playoffs secured.
After having their five-game winning streak snapped against Bowdoin College, the Colby Men’s Lacrosse team bounced back against Middlebury College.
The eighth-ranked Mules came back to defeat Williams College to continue their fantastic season.
The Colby men’s lacrosse team traveled to Williamstown, Mass. this past weekend to take on Williams College.
The Mules took an 11-5 win over 15th-ranked Wesleyan on Saturday, scoring five goals in a span of 15 minutes to lead 5-1 at the break.
The Colby women's lacrosse team defeated Wesleyan University after suffering a tough loss at the hands of Trinity College.
Spring break is over, but the Colby women’s lacrosse team’s perfect streak isn’t.
This upcoming weekend, the parents of Derrik Flahive will be attending the men’s lacrosse games against Wesleyan University and Trinity College.
The Colby men’s lacrosse team traveled to New London, Conn. this past Saturday, March 31 to take on the Connecticut College Camels.
The Colby College women’s lacrosse team has gotten their season off to an ideal start.
The members of the Colby men’s lacrosse team started the 2012 season with heavy hearts as they traveled to Amherst College to take on the fifth-ranked Lord Jeffs.
With a win over Conn. College, Colby men's lacrosse clinched a NESCAC playoff berth.
The eighth-ranked Colby women’s lacrosse team added two more wins to its streak this past week with victories against the University of New England (UNE) and Connecticut College.
The Colby women’s lacrosse team defeated Amherst College 9-7 in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play this past Saturday, April 16 in Amherst, Mass.
The Colby women’s lacrosse team split two decisions this past week in New England Small College Athletic College (NESCAC) play.
The Colby men’s lacrosse went 1-1-0 this past week in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play.
The Colby women’s lacrosse team secured two victories this past week. The Mules first overpowered Husson University, then won a competitive game against Middlebury College.
The Colby men’s lacrosse team has reported mixed results since its thrilling overtime win against Williams College on March 12.
The Colby men’s lacrosse team is coming off of its best season since 2002, and all signs point towards more of the same this year.
The Colby men's lacrosse team had two impressive wins this past week on Bill Alfond Field.
The Colby women's lacrosse team has a knack for getting the job done on the road. This past weekend, the team traveled to New London, Conn. to take on the Camels of Connecticut College and came away with a 19-11 win to run its undefeated mark on the road to 7-0 for the season.
Men's lacrosse split their games this week against the University of Southern Maine (USM) and Amherst College. The Mules won down in Gorham, Maine over the Huskies, but fell to the Lords Jeffs in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play.
The Colby men’s lacrosse team split its two New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) games this past week.
Whenever a team has to battle through three consecutive conference games, each one as physically and emotionally draining as the last, its chances at finding winning results are uncertain.
Since spring Break, the Colby women’s lacrosse team has proven to the rest of the league that in spite of losing last year’s talented senior class, the team doesn’t rebuild; it reloads. They have won six of their seven games-- including two crucial New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) wins-- en route to a top ten national ranking.
Fresh off of their second consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) championship last season, the Colby Women’s Lacrosse team opens the season with their eyes on a three-peat.