WATERVILLE, Maine – Colby College men’s squash player Will McBrian, who also made the New England Small College Athletic Conference All-Conference Team and the NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Team, was one of 77 student-athletes named to the league’s winter all-academic team.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Colby College women's squash team finished 23rd in the country after taking a 7-2 victory over St. Lawrence University in the 23rd-place match in the Walker Cup at the National Team Championships on Sunday at MIT.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Colby College's Lily Wain won at the sixth position in an 8-1 setback to 20th-ranked Franklin & Marshall in a consolation semifinal at the National Women's Squash Championships on Saturday.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Colby College's Devin Mullaney had a dramatic 3-2
win at the first position, but Dickinson College won two 3-2 matches
on the way to a 6-3 victory in opening round play of the Walker Cup at
the National Women's Squash Team Championships on Friday.
CLINTON, Maine -- Devin Mullaney won at the first position for the ninth-seeded Colby College women's squash team in a 7-2 loss to eighth-ranked Hamilton College in the NESCAC Championships on Friday at Hamilton College.
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Devin Mullaney, coming off a 4-0 weekend, took a thrilling 3-2 come-from-behind win at the first position in leading the 22nd-ranked Colby women's squash team to an 8-1 win against No. 26 Bowdoin College on Tuesday at the Dunaway Courts.
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Devin Mullaney was a 3-0 winner at the first position and teammate Madiha Molani won at two to lift the 22nd-ranked Colby College women's squash team to a 7-2 victory against 21st-ranked St. Lawrence University on Sunday at the Dunaway Courts.
WATERVILLE, Maine -- The 22nd-ranked Colby College women's squash team fell 9-0 to 14th-ranked Williams College and by the same score to 15th-ranked Middlebury College on Saturday at the Dunaway Courts.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Sydney Ku, Sophie Langlois, and Madeline Latimore all went 2-0 on the day for the 24th-ranked Colby College women's squash team on a 1-1 Saturday in matches at Wesleyan University.
WATERVILLE, Maine – Colby College’s Devin Mullaney (Boston, Mass.) made the NESCAC Women’s Squash All-Conference First Team three years in a row and aims for a fourth honor when the Mules open the season Saturday at home against Connecticut College.