Bowdoin junior Oliver Van Zant delivers a pitch during his shutout of Bates last weekend for the Polar Bears, earning him NESCAC Player of the Year honors. A 9-4 victory over St. Joseph's College Monday lifted Bowdoin to 14-8 on the season.
Bowdoin senior Nathan Fritts eludes a Trinity defender during Saturday's 7-4 loss. The Polar Bears fell to 7-3 on the year (4-3 in NESCAC play).
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