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...

Colby Swim and Dive Completes Hour of Power

Colby Swim & Dive team completes the Hour of Power in honor of Ted Mullin who died of sarcoma cancer 9 years ago.  Both of Ted’s siblings, Evan and Catherine went to Colby and swam for the team.  Evan was captain his senior year.  The event, a one hour long full sprint relay, is competed...

Women’s Soccer Fights Hunger with Food Drive

Members of the Women’s Soccer Program held a food drive this past weekend to support the Purple Panther Pantry, a food bank at local schools created by Gabbie St. Peter and Alice Willette. Here is a link to related article on Gabbie and Alice.  

Men’s Ice Hockey Helps Beautiful Colby on Johnson Day

Members of the Colby Men’s Ice Hockey Program participated in the Annual Johnson Day event. Johnson Day is one of the Colby Volunteer Center’s annual events. Volunteers show their appreciation to the Physical Plant Department staff by working alongside them to help beautify the campus. Activities include raking leaves and making scarecrows, painting, sprucing up entryways,...

Men’s Ice Hockey Gets Freaky for Local Non-Profit

Members of the Men’s Ice Hockey Program took part in the Freaky 5K run. The event aims to forget the sexy, stereotypical costumes that are targeted at girls and young women and instead bring back creative and scary costumes. Proceeds benefit a local non-profit’s programming for girls.    

Women’s Lax Gets Freaky to Benefit Local Non-Profit

Held every October, the Freaky 5k Fun Run and Walk aims to forget the sexy, stereotypical costumes that are peddled at girls and young women and instead bring back creative and scary costumes for our children. The Freaky 5k and Kids’ Fun Run was held on Sunday, Oct 26th at Colby. All participants are encouraged to dress up...

Colby Tennis Gives Back on Johnson Day

  Members of the Men’s and Women’s Tennis Programs participate in the 2014 Johnson Day on the beautiful Colby College campus. Johnson Day is one of the Colby Volunteer Center’s annual events. Volunteers show their appreciation to the Physical Plant Department staff by working alongside them to help beautify the campus. Activities include raking leaves...

Men’s and Women’s Lax at Dempsey Challenge

The men’s and women’s lacrosse teams raised a combined $14,695 for the Dempsey Challenge in Lewiston, ME. The Challenge is a run, walk and cycle fundraising experience for the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing.

Men’s Soccer Spends Time with Local Youths

Keith Chernin ‘15, Peter Quayle ‘15, Andrew Woonton ‘15, Matt Ayers ’15, Dan Vogel ‘16, Luke Andrews ’16, Ben Ach ’17, and Jack McGeachie ’17 volunteering their time this Saturday for a clinic for Winslow Rec Soccer Association.