Bowdoin Polar Bears

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 21-5 - Conference: 8-2
11/19 vs. Norwich Final W, 92-58 BX
@ Bates
11/22 at University of New England Final W, 87-63 BX RC
11/27 vs. MIT Final W, 88-56 BX PH
11/29 vs. Southern Maine Final W, 85-40 BX PH
12/3 at Colby Final W, 60-38 BX
12/6 at Maine-Farmington Final W, 103-33 BX
12/8 at Endicott Final W, 68-41 BX RC
12/10 vs. Bates Final W, 76-43 BX
12/29 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Final - OT L, 70-62 BX
12/30 at Pomona-Pitzer Final W, 87-53 BX
1/3 at Regis (Mass.) Final W, 80-55 BX
1/6 at Tufts * • Final L, 46-43 BX
1/7 at Bates * • Final W, 70-58 BX
1/15 at Williams * • Final W, 54-47 BX PH
1/20 vs. Amherst * • Final L, 66-45 BX RC
1/21 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • Final W, 76-61 BX
1/28 vs. Colby * • Final W, 71-30 BX
1/31 at Mass-Boston Final W, 83-59 BX
2/3 at Hamilton * • Final W, 88-46 BX
2/4 at Middlebury * • Final W, 82-52 BX
2/7 at Husson Final W, 96-65 BX
2/10 vs. Wesleyan * • Final W, 58-43 BX PH
2/11 vs. Connecticut College * • Final W, 68-49 BX PH
2/18 vs. Connecticut College Final W, 72-47 BX PH
2/25 at Tufts Final L, 49-44 BX
@ Amherst
3/3 vs. SUNY New Paltz Final L, 62-61 BX RC
@ Ithaca

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 21-5 - Conference: 8-2
1/6 at Tufts * • L, 46-43 BX
1/7 at Bates * • W, 70-58 BX
1/15 at Williams * • W, 54-47 BX PH
1/20 vs. Amherst * • L, 66-45 BX RC
1/21 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 76-61 BX
1/28 vs. Colby * • W, 71-30 BX
2/3 at Hamilton * • W, 88-46 BX
2/4 at Middlebury * • W, 82-52 BX
2/10 vs. Wesleyan * • W, 58-43 BX PH
2/11 vs. Connecticut College * • W, 68-49 BX PH

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NESCAC/Women/2016-17/standings-div1 : /conf/NESCAC/Women/2016-17/standings-div2 : /conf/NESCAC/Women/2016-17/standings

2016-17

Amherst 10-0 33-0
Tufts 9-1 30-3
Bowdoin 8-2 21-5
Middlebury 6-4 17-8
Connecticut College 4-6 16-9
Williams 4-6 15-10
Colby 4-6 13-12
Trinity (Conn.) 3-7 13-10
Hamilton 3-7 10-12
Bates 3-7 9-16
Wesleyan 1-9 7-15

Past Records

2017-18 (29-3, 9-1 NESCAC)
2016-17 (21-5, 8-2 NESCAC)
2015-16 (22-7, 8-2 NESCAC)
2014-15 (25-5, 9-1 NESCAC)
2013-14 (21-6, 7-3 NESCAC)
2012-13 (14-11, 4-6 NESCAC)
2011-12 (21-8, 7-3 NESCAC)
2010-11 (24-6, 6-3 NESCAC)
2009-10 (22-7, 5-4 NESCAC)
2008-09 (24-5, 8-1 NESCAC)
2007-08 (19-9, 6-3 NESCAC)
2006-07 (30-2, 9-0 NESCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Adrienne Shibles
Conference: NESCAC

Bowdoin

Polar Bears

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1797
Location: Brunswick, ME
Colors: White
Region: Northeast
Arena: Morrell Gymnasium (2000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

March 17, 2018 2018 D3hoops.com women's All-Americans Of the thousands of players in Division III women's basketball, these are the 25 we picked as the best in the country. Bowdoin's Kate Kerrigan was selected Player of the Year and Savannah LeGate of Oglethorpe Rookie of the Year.
March 17, 2018 Amherst goes back-to-back Amherst held Bowdoin without a field goal for a 10-minute span and pulled away from the Polar Bears, 65-45, securing the Mammoths' second straight NCAA Division III women's basketball national championship.
March 16, 2018 Polar Bears plow through Wartburg Bowdoin shot 50 percent from the floor, drilled 10 three pointers and didn't miss a free throw in a 90-62 dominating performance against previously unbeaten Wartburg. Abby Kelly led the way with 23 points for the Polar Bears.
March 14, 2018 Getting a second chance The young girl in the ballcap was a huge Bowdoin women's basketball fan as an 8-year-old as the Polar Bears went to the 2004 Final Four. But she wasn't able to make the trip. This year she will, however, since she'll be playing. More in a Road to Rochester feature.
March 12, 2018 D3hoops.com 2018 women's All-Northeast Region team Bowdoin guard Kate Kerrigan was the best player in the best conference, so she's our Northeast Region Player of the Year. Adrienne Shibles who took Bowdoin from unranked to the final four is the Coach of the Year and two Little East players split Rookie of the Year honors.
March 10, 2018 Chalk one up for chalk The final four teams in the NCAA Tournament are the teams ranked Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 5 after Amherst, Bowdoin and Thomas More rolled into the national semifinals and Wartburg battled past East Texas Baptist in the sectional finals.