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The Mules ended their slide with a pair of statement victories over Wesleyan University and Connecticut College on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
The Mules moved up in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) standings this week after the women’s tennis team took exciting victories in two out of its three matches.
The Colby College men’s tennis team took on a determined Trinity College team this past weekend and was unable to gain a victory against the tough opponents.
Colby women’s tennis was off to a promising start after the team’s spring break trip to Orlando, Fla.
Now that’s how you end a season. On Saturday, the Colby women’s soccer team hosted Bates College to close out the season, and the game could not have started out worse. After falling behind 3-0 in the early going, Colby rallied in the second half to pull off a dramatic 4-3 win.
Following a very strong performance against New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) powerhouse Amherst, the Colby women’s soccer team was looking to build momentum against Husson last Tuesday. However, Colby continued to have problems with their offense.
It has been an up-and-down season for the Colby women’s soccer team. In the first seven games, the team managed to earn points after each of its two defeats. The last two weeks have served as a continuation of this pattern.
Following a tough loss to Williams, the Colby womenâ€™s soccer team was looking to get back on the right track this week in their home games against Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) and Middlebury.
At the end of 110 minutes, Colby came away with its third OT tie against a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) opponent and had maintained an undefeated record.
Colby's women's soccer team moved to 1-0-2 after Saturday's 2-2 tie against Wesleyan University. Earlier in the week, the Mules defeated the University of New England 1-0 on a goal by first-year midfielder Carly Dee.
Colby College women's soccer opened the season on Saturday, September 11 with a shutout against Trinity College in Hartford, CT.
The women's soccer team battled hard this week and earned two solid results, first crushing the University of Maine at Farmington 6-0 on Wednesday, September 23, then falling to Williams College on Saturday in a closely contested match. The Mules will use the games as positive building blocks going forward, as they have over half of their New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) schedule left to play.