Center Olivia Shaw ’18 had a career-high 18 points in the team’s victory against Endicott College on Jan. 3.
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Forward Jordan Cooper ’18 scored a season-high 28 points in the squad’s 60-55 loss to Bates College.
■ Foilist Caroline Mattos ’16 dominated on the women’s side, going 12-2 during the competition.
The New England Patriots booked their trip to the team’s sixth Super Bowl appearance with a 45-7 dismantling of the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night. With the victory, coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady became the coach and quarterback duo with the most number of visits to the championship game in NFL history.Brady went 23-for-35 on the day, throwing for 226 yards and three passing touchdowns. Running back LeGarrette Blount ran for 148 yards and cashed in three scores of his own, including a 13-yard run with just over two minutes remaining in the third quarter that made the score 38-7 and put the game out of reach.After the game, the often blunt Belichick had a simple message- “I only have one thing to say.
■ Kelsey Whitaker ’16 came in first place in the 1000-meter run in the Judges' meet on Saturday.
■ Joanna Murphy ’17 won two out of the four races that she competed in on Saturday against Trinity College.
■ The team fell short in an overtime thriller 83-81 on the road at Case Western Reserve University.
■ Paris Hodges ’17 scored a season-high 12 points off the bench against Carnegie Mellon University on Friday.
The New England Patriots’ celebration of their 45-7 win against the Indianapolis Colts was short-lived, as reports came out early last week that 11 of the 12 footballs that the Patriots provided for the game had been deflated.
The men and women’s track and field team was unable to run at the Smith College Beynon Invitational this past Saturday after the meet was canceled due to inclement weather. Host Smith College announced the cancellation in a press release, posted on its athletics website on Saturday morning.
The men and women’s swimming and diving teams completed a sweep of Bridgewater State University on Senior Day this past Saturday.
The men’s basketball team won one out of two home games in University Athletic Association conference play this weekend, losing to No. 4 WashU
Guard Hannah Cain ’15 led the Judges with 11 first half points in the squad’s loss to WashU.
Liz Feller ’18 paced the women’s team, winning 10 of her 15 bouts on the day for the Judges.
In the dying moments of Super Bowl XLIX, the New England Patriots seemed destined to lose. The team found istelf backed up against its own goal line and desperately trying to cling to a thin four-point lead over the defending champion Seattle Seahawks. Less than two minutes after quarterback Tom Brady found wide receiver Julian Edelman in the end zone to take the lead, the Seahawks found themselves on the cusp of scoring after a marvelous tumbling catch.
The women’s basketball team hosted two University Athletic Conference games this past weekend, enduring mixed results.
■ Adam Berger ’15 placed 26th for the Judges in the triple jump with a distance of 12.71 meters.
■ Edan Zitelny ’17 paced the men’s team, winning both the 100-yard butterfly and the 100-yard backstroke.
■ Tim Reale ’17 had nine points to lead the Judges in their loss against the University of Rochester.
■ Saberist Nina Sayles ’17 had an 18-3 record for the weekends competitions.