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Feb 12, 2013, recap

The standings have been revised to reflect Wesleyan-Colby results. Now only 2 teams are stuck at 15 games (Bowdoin and Trinity) while the 8 other teams have played 16 league games. There is no sign that the Bowdoin-Trinity game has been re-scheduled even though it was, according to Trinity, supposed to be re-scheduled for the early part of this week. It’s looking more as though that make-up game will not take place until next week since we are getting a little too close to this weekend’s two games to throw a third game into the week.


1. Bowdoin: 24 points (11-2-2)

2. Williams: 22 points (10-4-2)

Middlebury: 22 points (10-4-2)

Amherst: 22 points (10-4-2)

5. Trinity: 21 points (9-3-3)

6. Wesleyan: 14 points (5-7-4)

7. Hamilton: 10 points (4-10-2)

8. Conn College: 9 points (3-10-3)

9. Colby: 8 points (3-11-2)

10. Tufts: 6 points (2-12-2)


Life in Wateville!

Colby 4 Wesleyan 2 (Colby is in the 9th spot in the NESCAC at 3-11-2 (8 points), just one point behind Conn College at 3-10-3 (9 points). The teams will face each other this weekend, with that game likely deciding which team will make the play-offs. The game was tied 1-1 after 2 periods, with Colby scoring 2 goals in the 3rd period to open up a 3-1 lead. Wesleyan scored a second goal but it was rendered enainingless by a Colby empty netter.Two Nicks scored two goals (Nick Lanza for Colby and Nick Craven for Wesleyan).  Sam Parker went the distance for Colby in net and got the win for his fourth win of the season and an overall record of 4-3 — not bad in view of Colby’s struggles this season.  Nolan Daley’s luck ran out as he was tagged with the loss after leading the Cardinals to impressive ties with Williams and Bowdoin in his past 2 starts.)


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