December Highlights

As the semester comes to an end, students are refueling for Jan Plan and the second semester. Winter athletes have started the season strong, and look to progress in 2016. Men’s Basketball will compete in the Land of Magic Classic 12/28-12/29, all other teams begin in 2016 with Men’s Ice Hockey in the Plattsburgh Winter...

NESCAC Player of the Week: Emerson Verrier’18

  Emerson Verrier’18 was selected to the NESCAC Player of the Week and named the MVP in the Bowdoin/Colby Classic helping the Mules win the tournament. The Mules tied UMass Boston (1-1) and beat Endicott (5-2), Verrier had 61 total saves, and a remarkable penalty shot save in overtime of the Umasss Boston game.  ...

Successful Week for the Mules

Women’s Basketball (3-0) The Mules won the Bridgewater State Tournament, defeating Wesley and William Smith College. Carylanne Wolfington ’16 named MVP on Saturday and Emily Davis ’19 received all-tournament selection honors. CWB beat Thomas 81-31, and compete against Bates on 11/29. Women’s Ice Hockey (2-1) CWH defeated Bowdoin 4-3 in overtime after a 6-3 loss the previous night....

Kim Donaldson’16 & Meg Fortier’16 named to All-NESCAC team

                    Kim Donaldson’16 and Meg Fortier’16 were both named to the all NESCAC teams, for Volleyball and Field Hockey respectively. Donaldson was named to the New England Small College Athletic Conference Volleyball All-Conference Second Team on Tuesday, with a career of over 300 blocks, leading the...

Stephen O’Grady’16 makes District 1 Academic Football Team

  Colby College senior linebacker Stephen O’Grady (North Andover, Mass.) was selected to the College Sports Information Director’s Association Academic All-District 1 Division III Football Team. Only three linebackers from New England were selected to the team. O’Grady, a tri-captain and middle linebacker, had a total of 45 tackles before Saturday’s game against Bowdoin College. O’Grady...

CFH bakes cookies for Mid Maine Homeless Shelter

Colby Field Hockey spent Halloween decorating cookies for the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter! The team’s efforts support the shelter’s goal to “provide safe shelter, food, support services, and an avenue to self-sufficiency for homeless adults and children in our community”.   Photo Credit: Kelsey Poole ’17

Colby Women’s Basketball Supports the Community

The Colby Women’s Basketball team volunteered this past weekend in the greater Waterville area cleaning and providing trail work for the Inland Woods Trails. With several miles of walking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing trails, the park is treasured as a community resource during all four seasons. Photo credit: MaryKate Caverly

NESCAC Player of the Week: Jabari Hurdle-Price

                        Junior running back Jabari Hurdle-Price ’17 is the NESCAC Offensive Player of the week! Hurdle-Price is a key offensive player for the Mules, he rushed for 202 yards on 26 carries including a dramatic 65-yard touchdown giving the Mules a 21-17 lead over...

Colby Men’s Soccer upset Williams 2-1 in 2OT!

  Colby Men’s Soccer defeated the Williams Ephs in the second overtime in a high pace and evenly matched game, improving their record to 1-1-0 NESCAC, 2-2-0 overall.  William’s dropped to 1-1-0 NESCAC, 2-2-0 overall. Coming from behind in the second half, freshman Jeff Rosenberg tied the game with a driven shot off of a...

Colby Football Player Recognized at Maine State House

Junior Wide Receiver, Henry Holmes (Cleveland, OH) from the Woodberry Forest School, VA was recently recognized at the Maine State House.  Henry’s work with the Department of Defense has helped propel the Christmas Across Maine program which supports Maine Veterans in need during the holiday season.  The Family assistance Center has provided holiday cheer to...