MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Ten different players scored to lead the Middlebury College men’s lacrosse team over Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon, 13-7.

The 17th-ranked Panthers improve to 6-1 (3-1 NESCAC) while the Polar Bears fall to 1- 5 (1-3 NESCAC).

Jack Rautiola led all players with three goals and an assist while Jon Broome had a goal and five assists for the hosts. Bowdoin was led by two goals from Peter Reuter. Brandon Lee and David Nemirov had a goal and an assist each.

Middlebury scored the first six goals of the game before Daniel O’Berry broke through with one second remaining in the opening quarter for Bowdoin. The Polar Bears cut the lead to 7-3 following a Nemirov goal midway through the second quarter but Middlebury closed the period with a pair of goals and outscored Bowdoin 3-1 in the third to extend the lead to 12-4. The Polar Bears outscored Middlebury 3-1 in the final quarter to cut the margin to six.

Middlebury held a 44-36 edge in shots and won 13-of-23 face-offs. Bowdoin did not commit a penalty and went 2-3 with the extra-man in the contest. Peter Mumford made 11 saves in net for Bowdoin while Max Nordeen caused a turnover and had three ground balls.

The Polar Bears will look to get back into the win column onWednesdayinaaneutralsite game against Plattsburgh State at Keene State at 7:30 p.m.


Bowdoin completed its Florida swing with a 5-7 record after dropping a pair of games on Friday to Allegheny.

In the opener, Jacob Shick’s three-run home run in the sixth broke a 3-3 tie as Allegheny captured a 6-3 victory.

Trailing 3-0, Polar Bear lead-off hitter Aaron Rosen launched a two-run home run in the third. His RBI double in the fifth tied the game.

Bjorn Hansen also homered for Bowdoin. Starting pitcher Harry Ridge went six innings on seven hits and three strikeouts. Logan Smith pitched a 1- 2-3 seventh.

In the second game, Chase Boyer held Bowdoin to four hits in a 3-1 Allegheny (5-3) win.

Matt Sardini was the difference for Allegheny, launching a two-run home run in the fifth off Bowdoin pitcher Erik Jacobsen (complete game, eight hits, four strikeouts) for a 3-0 lead.

Rosen homered for a second time, this one coming in the sixth. Sean Mullaney added a pair of singles for the Polar Bears.

Bowdoin is slated to visit Tufts for a three-game series starting this upcoming Friday.


Bowdoin spotted Fredonia State (3-7) a 5-0 lead before roaring back for a 6-5 comefrom behind victory on Friday in Claremont, Fla.

The Polar Bears concluded their 11-5 Florida trip with a 2- 1 loss to Keene State Friday afternoon. Bowdoin is slated to visit Trinity for a threegame weekend series beginning this upcoming Friday in Hartford, Conn.

In Friday’s opener, Madeline Medina’s three-run double and a two-run single by Nikki Lent gave Fredonia a 5- 0 edge in the second inning.

From there, Bowdoin pitcher Emily Griffin was stingy, finishing with a four-hitter with four walks and six strikeouts.

The Polar Bear offense came alive in the fifth. Trailing 5-2, Adriane Krul and Julia Geaumont each double in a run. An error allowed Geaumont to score the tying run, and Cielle Collins drove in the go-ahead run with a single, scoring Katie Gately.

Krul singled and doubled for Bowdoin, with Victoria Rusch adding a pair of singles.

Against Keene State (4-6), Ashlee McGan shut down the Bowdoin offense on four hits.

Geaumont, Collins (run scored), Jordan Gowdy and Claire McCarthy each singled for the Polar Bears, while Geaumont was the tough-luck loser on the mound after allowing six hits and striking out three.