**CAMP IS FULL**
The Bowdoin College women's soccer program was created in 1977, and has been one of the powerhouse programs at the college and the region ever since. Averaging over 12 wins per season since 1990, the program has an overall winning percentage of .738 since it's inception.
The Polar Bears are consistently ranked among the top teams in New England and have received numerous individual honors over the past few seasons. Bowdoin has had a player earn All-American status in three of the past four seasons; twice by Kendall Cox '05 and once by Ann Zeigler '08. The program has an extremely rich tradition, as the Polar Bears reached the NCAA Tournament on six straight occasions, from 1995- 2000.
In January of 2007, Maren Rojas was named head coach of the Bowdoin College women's soccer team. In her first season, she led the Polar Bears to their first-ever NESCAC Championship game appearance and returned the program to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven seasons. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Bowdoin posted tremendous first season under coach Rojas, going 12-5-1, reaching their first NESCAC title match and the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2000.
A six-game winning streak late in the season propelled the Polar Bears into the NESCAC Semifinals, where they took a dramatic shoot-out win over rival Tufts. Despite falling to Williams in the title game, Bowdoin earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and fell in the opening round to Ithaca, 2-0.
Several impressive individual performances highlighted the campaign, including Ann Zeigler '08, who became the program's all-time leading scorer with 93 points. Zeigler was named First-Team All-NESCAC along with classmate Bobbi Dennison. Sophomore Dana Riker and first-year Tiernan Cutler netted Second-Team awards.
In the fall of 2005, the Polar Bear women's soccer team moved from its long-time location in the outfield of the baseball diamond to a soccer-only pitch that will serve as a central location for the future of Bowdoin's athletic complex. The field, which is adjacent to the men's soccer field and the Howard F. Ryan Artificial Field, will provide the players with a state-of-the- art natural surface and give fans a chance to follow three Bowdoin fall sports teams from one central area. Located at the southern point of the Pickard Field complex, the newly-sodded field is framed by the picturesque Bowdoin pines and a large grandstand area for spectators.