Bowdoin's Ollie Koo scores one of his two goals during the Polar Bears' 5-2 win over Trinity Saturday.
Bowdoin's Harry Matheson launches a shot versus Trinity. The Polar Bears improved to 13-1-1 (8-1-1 NESCAC) with the victory. Bowdoin is back in action Friday at Williams.
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