Bowdoin's Billy Bergner possesses the ball before scoring one of his four goals during last weekend's 14-4 romp over Endicott on Senior Day. The Polar Bears improved to 8-5 with the victory.
Bowdoin's Randi London prepares to launch a first-place shot put throw of 11.62 meters at last weekend's Aloha Relays. The Polar Bears were first as a team.
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