||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. III
|Head Coach:||Ben Lamanna|
|Student Population:||Less than 2,500|
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|Top Mid-Major Classes:||
R.V. in 2013
|Top Div. III Classes:||
#15 in 2020, #19 in 2019, #10 in 2018, #8 in 2017, #19 in 2016, #13 in 2015, #17 in 2014, #4 in 2013, #5 in 2012, #6 in 2011, #8 in 2010
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The following articles are relevant to the Bowdoin women's team.
2020 Top NCAA D-III Women's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network and Mizuno wrap up their recruiting class ranking series with a look at the mid-majors. Today we present the Top 25 NCAA D-III Women's Recruiting Class Rankings for the Class of 2020 - where the Cows are rising.
How Coaches Are Recruiting During The Shutdown
The coronavirus pandemic has prevented college coaches from their normal recruiting practices. They can't have any in-person contact, meaning no hosting visits to campus or watching matches at tournaments. How have they adjusted to still get to know recruits? They let us know in the latest Coaching Roundtable.
Four-Star Elizabeth Yu Bowed Over By Bowdoin
Elizabeth Yu was impressed when Bowdoin hired Ben Lamanna to take over the women's program. She made a visit to Maine, and realized she loved everything else about the school. The four-star senior from New Jersey is announcing her commitment to Bowdoin.
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