Bobcats drop second game at Sacred Heart, lose 6-3

On Saturday, November 13, Bates faced off against Sacred Heart for the second time in as many days. Bates fell into an early hole when they allowed two early goals. However, sophomore Charley Stern brought the Bobcats to within one with his first of the year. Matt Ohlheiser chipped in with his team-leading third assist on the goal and Garrett Kopeski also picked up his first assist on the season.

Bates falters late in 6-5 (OT) loss to kick off conference play at Sacred Heart

The Bobcats opened conference play with a game on Friday, November 12 at Sacred Heart. First year Sean Thomas opened the scoring with a short handed goal for his first career goal as a Bobcat. After Sacred Heart answered with a goal of their own, Thomas struck again in the second period to give Bates the lead back. Unconfirmed reports are surfacing that Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke is looking to sign the Mississauga, ON native to a deal once the Leafs can move Tomas Kaberle to create some cap space.

Bates opens season at Northeastern with 4-1 defeat; Coppersmith scores lone Bobcat goal

Final score: Northeastern University 4 - Bates College 1
Scoring:
1st period / 0:41 - NU - W. Swasey from A. Pasquale
1st period / 5:06 - NU - C. Chaput from A. Carlson
1st period / 15:37 - NU - A. Rodriguez from C. Chaput
2nd period / 8:52 - BATES - B. Coppersmith (1) from T. Dewdney
3rd period / 2:52 - NU - A. Carlson from A. Hickson

Goalies:
NU - Christopher McIndoe (1-0)
BATES - Joe Doody (0-1)

Jared Quenzel: Best Dressed?

Inside sources report that Jared Quenzel will be named as Bates’ Best Dressed next Tuesday. Although the report is unconfirmed, a reliable source has indicated that Quenzel is being lauded for his exquisite selection in pants. The next edition of the Bates Student newspaper will go to press on Tuesday, October 5, and should include a feature on the young star. Quenzel, a sophomore defenseman from West Hartford, Connecticut, scored one goal and added five assists in his freshman campaign.

Chaput brothers shine in final game; each score to help South/East All Stars to 12-5 victory

Wes Chaput '10 and Cam Chaput '12 represented Bates College in the 2009-2010 NECHA All Star Game played on Sunday, March 29. The Chaput brothers each scored goals to help the South/East All Stars win in convincing fashion. The South/East All Stars cruised to a 12-5 victory.

The All Star Game represents the last game that either Chaput will play in wearing a Bates jersey.

Wes Chaput will graduate from Bates as the all-time leading scorer for Bates College. In four years as a Bobcat he scored 88 goals, 67 assists, and 155 points.

Cam Chaput will transfer from Bates after just two remarkable years to pursue a degree in engineering. He scored 40 goals, 53 assists, and 93 points during his career as a Bobcat.

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