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Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Consortium
Flag-map of Maine.svg
The conference was founded, and competes in the U.S. state of Maine.
Locale New England
Teams
Latest meeting November 7, 2016
Garcelon Field, Lewiston, Maine
Statistics
Most wins Bowdoin: 16 (football)
Bates: 14 (rowing)
Bates: 15 (sport wins)
Largest victory Bates-Colby 51–0 (football)
Longest win streak Bates: 2006-2016 (rowing)
Colby: 1988-1992 (football)
Current win streak Bates (2014-) (football)
Bates (2006-) (rowing)

The Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Consortium (abbreviated as the CBB Consortium or simply the CBB) is an athletic conference of three private liberal arts colleges in New England, United States. The members are:

The conference encapsulates all sports played between the colleges, most notably in football and in rowing. Bates and Bowdoin have competed against each other athletically since the 1870s and subsequently share one of the ten oldest NCAA Division III football rivalries, in the United States.[1][2] In the 1940s, Colby began competing and subsequently went on to form the consortium in the 1960s, after the University of Maine moved to Division I athletics. All three schools compete in the New England Small College Athletic Conference, and are considered highly selective and academically rigorous.[3][4][5][6][7][8]

Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin also share academic resources, such as library texts, faculty resources and job recruiting facilities.[9] Maine native, actor, and philanthropist, Patrick Dempsey holds an annual competition between Colby, Bates and Bowdoin to fundraise for charities.[10] The inaugural CBB Patrick Dempsey Challenge was won by Bates in 2015.[11] Bates won the 2015 CBB Championship Game with a 31–0 win over Bowdoin, after their 34–28 overtime home victory over Colby.[12]

The CBB competition often draws comparisons to the football games of the Big Three of the Ivy League, with Bowdoin often drawing the connection to Harvard, Bates to Princeton, and Colby to Yale.[13] Just as Harvard, Yale, and Princeton are initialized as HYP, so too are Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin as CBB.[14]

History[edit]

Bates - Bowdoin Rivalry[edit]

From its inception, Bates College served as an alternative to a more traditional and historically conservative Bowdoin College.[15][16] There is a long tradition of rivalry and competitiveness between the two colleges, revolving around socioeconomic class, academic quality, and collegiate athletics.[1][17][18] Many alumni of Bowdoin subsequently went on to develop Bates during the 1860s and alumni of Bates lectured at Bowdoin. Bates and Bowdoin have competed against each other athletically since the 1870s, and subsequently share one of the ten oldest NCAA Division III football rivalries, in the United States.[2][19]

Development of rivalry[edit]

A Bowdoin-Bates football game on Whittier Field

The rivalry between the two colleges has grown out of academics and social standing, moving to athletics. Traditions have grown out this rivalry in their respective athletic programs. Originally started by the debate team of Bates College, the football team has participated in wrapping the college's academic scarf around Bowdoin's polar bear, in "an assertion of who's who."[1] There have been multiple instances of students soaking the scarf in gasoline and igniting it charring the statues neck after a big football win. Bowdoin responded by wrapping their black and white scarf around Bates' statue of a bobcat.[clarification needed][2]

The taunts between the fan bases have grown and adapted in the modern era of the rivalry. The unison chant of "Blowdoin" is ubiquitous at games between the rivals. Athletic games are commonly accompanied with taunts and chants from both sides of the field. Historically,[when?] Bowdoin has focused on faulting Bates for accepting women and African Americans to their school chanting remarks revolving around racism and sexism,[20] where Bates counter-chanted noting Bowdoin's elitism and racism. Both schools' fans are heard often exchanging the taunt of "safety school", and commenting on their respective college's issues regarding white privilege, cost of tuition, sexual assault, and social elitism. Both schools follow a narrative when chanting at football games, Bowdoin focuses on disparaging Bates for perceived lower academic standards and low endowment contrasted with expensive tuition, traditionally chanting "Ivy-rejects", "dirty Lews [in reference to the low economic development of Lewiston]", and "all that money and no [shot, touchdown etc.]."[2]

Bates follows an anti-Bowdoin narrative that includes a perceived inferiority to Harvard University, historical ties to slavery, sexual assault, and drug use, often chanting, "Blowdoin", "Harvard-reject," "plantation boys", and "bow down Bowdoin [asserting moral superiority]."[2]

The Bates-Bowdoin Game is the most attended football game every academic year at both colleges. As of 2013, both college's presidents are named Clayton (Spencer and Rose), leading students to include them in chants against each other.

Bowdoin developed a "football fight song" entitled, "Forward the White" in 1913.[21] All football games between the two occurred on Bowdoin's Whittier Field, but with the development of Bates' Garcelon Field, both fields have been used to hold football games.

Colby joins the championship[edit]

Colby playing Bates at their Homecoming Game in 2012

Colby remained isolated from neighboring Bates, and Bowdoin due to relative location in Waterville, and socio-economic and political differences.[22] However, in the 1940s, Colby began competing with the two colleges and in the first game, had a three way tie. In 1988, Bates president Reynolds began the Chase Regatta in 1988, which features the President's Cup that is contested by Bates, Colby, and Bowdoin annually.

The CBB Championship game is a college football competition between the three colleges. Each team plays the others once, with the CBB Championship awarded to the college that beats the other two. The CBB Championship was created for the 1965 college football season. Previously, Bates and Bowdoin have competed since 1870s against the University of Maine in the Maine State Series or Maine State Championship. When the University of Maine moved to a higher division in 1965, Colby joined and the rivalry took its current name.[19][23]

Pranks[edit]

The three colleges of the consortium often play elaborate pranks on each other, that have on occasion been supported by their respective administrations. In 1934, Bowdoin students snuck into Alumni Gymnasium and stole a stuffed bobcat, relocating it and stapling it to Presidents' House, outfitted in Bowdoin regalia. On numerous occasions Bates and Bowdoin student vandalize each other's mascot statues.[1] In 2001, Bates alumni and students replaced every flag on Bowdoin's campus with a Bates banner, and locked the draw string. One year later, Colby students traveled to Bates and connected a speaker to Hathorn Hall's bell tower and played Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up on a continuous loop, and blockaded the towers entrance. The bell tower amplified the music and played the song continuously from 4AM until the batteries ran out around 2PM.[citation needed] In 2015, undisclosed participants (allegedly Bowdoin), hacked into the wifi servers of Bates and displayed a mock Facebook homepage, making fun of the college. The site was live for ten hours before reverting to the normal homepage.[clarification needed]

Chase Regatta[edit]

The Chase Regatta is an annual rowing race between the men's and women's heavyweight varsity and club rowing crews of Bates College, Bowdoin College, and Colby College. The colleges have competed in the regatta since August 3, 1988 but have competed annually since August 3, 1997, when Bates President Thomas Hedley Reynolds instated the President's Cup to be contested by all three of the CBB schools. The President's Cup is given to the team that has won the most overall heats and races, while the overall winner is determined by who won the most varsity and heavyweight competitions in the regatta.[24] Results from the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Chase Regatta (President's Cup: 1997-2016).[25]

Academic scarves[edit]

All three of the schools share the British and New England tradition of academic scarves.

Bates College Bowdoin College Colby College
                       
                                   
           

Football championship results[edit]

Season Result Colby-Bates Score Bates-Bowdoin Score Bowdoin-Colby Score
1965 3-way tie Colby, 39–20 Bates, 10–0 Bowdoin, 28–21
1966 Bates Bates, 28–7 Bates, 35–13 Bowdoin, 15–6
1967 Bates Bates, 38–14 Bates, 38–24 Bowdoin, 7–0
1968 Bates Bates, 28–12 Bates, 41–14 Bowdoin, 17–0
1969 Bowdoin Colby, 14–13 Bowdoin, 13–10 Bowdoin, 38–14
1970 Bates Bates, 14–7 Bates, 21–3 Bowdoin, 31–17
1971 Bowdoin Colby, 17–8 Bowdoin, 42–15 Bowdoin, 30–27
1972 Colby Colby, 35–21 Bowdoin, 37–10 Colby, 28–22
1973 3-way tie Colby, 14–0 Bates, 20–12 Bowdoin, 28–20
1974 Bates Bates, 16–14 Bates, 18–7 Bowdoin, 27–6
1975 Bowdoin Colby, 21–12 Bowdoin, 19–6 Bowdoin, 41–13
1976 Bowdoin Bates, 38–16 Bowdoin, 20–14 Bowdoin, 37–19
1977 Bowdoin Bates, 25–14 Bowdoin, 21–17 Bowdoin, 15–14
1978 Bates Bates, 27–20 Bates, 24–14 Bowdoin, 27–10
1979 3-way tie Bates, 20–7 Bowdoin, 14–0 Colby, 21–20
1980 Bowdoin Bates, 14–13 Bowdoin, 13–0 Bowdoin, 8–0
1981 Bates Bates, 10–6 Bates, 23–13 Colby, 17–13
1982 Bowdoin Colby, 28–21 Bowdoin, 33–14 Bowdoin, 18–0
1983 Colby Colby, 20–13 Bates, 33–15 Colby, 15–14
1984 Bowdoin Bates, 31–21 Bowdoin, 28–23 Bowdoin, 20–14
1985 Bowdoin Bates, 51–0 Bowdoin, 24–21 Bowdoin, 24–0
1986 Bates Bates, 21–6 Bates, 36–0 Bowdoin, 21–14
1987 Bowdoin Bates, 46–28 Bowdoin, 20–19 Bowdoin, 14–10
1988 Colby Colby, 19–3 Bowdoin, 10–6 Colby, 24–0
1989 Colby Colby, 30–0 Bates, 10–0 Colby, 38–20
1990 Colby Colby, 9–3 Bates, 19–14 Colby, 23–20
1991 Colby Colby, 41–7 Bowdoin, 34–13 Colby, 28–13
1992 Colby Colby, 50–0 Bowdoin, 35–14 Colby, 26–18
1993 3-way tie Colby, 53–14 Bowdoin, 34–6 Tie, 21–21
1994 Colby Colby, 28–6 Bates, 33–14 Colby, 34–13
1995 3-way tie Colby, 26–6 Bates, 33–29 Bowdoin, 24–3
1996 Colby Colby, 28–21 Bowdoin, 35–16 Colby, 39–15
1997 Bowdoin Bates, 22–21 Bowdoin, 28–19 Bowdoin, 27–19
1998 Bowdoin Bates, 13–7 Bowdoin, 49–14 Bowdoin, 10–7
1999 Bates Bates, 20–17 (OT) Bates, 38–7 Colby, 20–0
2000 Colby Colby, 14–0 Bates, 44–13 Colby, 34–7
2001 Colby Colby, 42–0 Bates, 38–35 (OT) Colby, 41–13
2002 Bates Bates, 19–14 Bates, 48–28 Colby, 32–27
2003 Colby Colby, 27–14 Bates, 20–17 Colby, 7–6
2004 Colby Colby, 17–16 Bowdoin, 21–0 Colby, 23–0
2005 Colby Colby, 24–17 Bowdoin, 21–14 Colby, 28–3
2006 Bowdoin Colby, 10–7 (4OT) Bowdoin, 23–14 Bowdoin, 13–10
2007 Bowdoin Colby, 20–13 Bowdoin, 31–7 Bowdoin, 20–17
2008 Bowdoin Bates, 31–21 Bowdoin, 55–14 Bowdoin, 20–6
2009 3-way tie Colby, 34–27 Bates, 28–24 Bowdoin, 32–27
2010 Bowdoin Colby, 10–6 Bowdoin, 21–20 Bowdoin, 26–21
2011 3-way tie Colby, 37–13 Bates, 24–2 Bowdoin, 20–10
2012 Bates Bates, 31–6 Bates, 14–6 Colby, 17–0
2013 3-way tie Colby, 21–3 Bates, 17–10 Bowdoin, 32–22
2014 Bates Bates, 34–28 (OT) Bates, 10–7 Colby 14-7
2015 Bates Bates, 10-9 Bates, 31-0 Bowdoin, 35-13
Season Winner Colby – Bates score Bates – Bowdoin score Bowdoin – Colby score

Note: Bowdoin leads overall with 16 wins, followed by Colby with 14 wins, followed by Bates with 13 wins. The highest scoring game was the 1987 Colby-Bates game with a total of 74 points. The lowest scoring game was the 1967 Bowdion-Colby game with a total of 7 points. The biggest shutout was Bates' 51-0 game against Colby in 1985. The longest consecutive streak of games won is Colby with 5 championships in a row (1988-1992). Bates and Bowdoin are tied with 26 games against each other being a win. Colby has won 28 games against Bates while Bates has won 23 games against Colby. Bowdoin has won 31 games against Colby while Colby has won 20 games against Bowdoin. There have been 7 three-way-ties, 1 two-way tie, and 4 uses of overtime, (the 2006 Colby-Bates game required overtime to be issued four times for a winner to be determined).

Chase Regatta results[edit]

Other competitions[edit]

Bates, Bowdoin and Colby have competed in the football rivalry since the 1880s but have expanded the rivalry to include all athletics the three schools are involved in.[2][26]

Bowdoin leads the consortium with national titles (30), followed by Bates (16), followed by Coby (9).[27] Bates is the all-time leader in the Chase Regatta having won 14 of the 20 games played.

Overall Athletic Competitions in the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Consortium
Sport Bates Bowdoin Colby Notes Citations
Men's Cross Country Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [28][29][30][31][32]
Women's Cross Country Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [28][33][34][35][36]
Field Hockey Won Leads the NESCAC Title count and 1-1 games. [37][38][39][40][41]
Football Won Bowdoin leads the conference in CBB wins, and 1-1 games. [42][43][44][45][46]
Women's Golf Won Most CBB wins and 1-1 games. [47][48][49][50][51]
Men's Soccer Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [52][53][54][55][56]
Women's Soccer Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [57][58][59][60][61]
Volleyball Won Bates has most NESCAC Volleyball Titles and 1-1 games. [62][63][64][65][66]
Men's Basketball Won Tied with 2nd place in NESCAC titles with Bates but more 1-1 wins. [67][68][69][70][71]
Women's Basketball Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [72][73][74][75][76]
Men's Ice Hockey Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [77][78][79][80][81]
Women's Ice Hockey Won Most 1-1 wins against Colby and Bates. [82][83][84][85][86]
Men's Swimming & Diving Won Most 1-1 wins against Colby and Bowdoin. [87][88][89][90][91]
Women's Swimming & Diving Won Most 1-1 wins against Colby and Bowdoin. [92][93][94][95][96]
Men's Squash Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [97][98][99][100][101]
Women's Squash Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [102][103][104][105][106]
Baseball Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [107][108][109][110][111]
Men's Golf Won Most CBB Wins and 1-1 games. [112][113][114][115][116]
Men's Lacrosse Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [117][118][119][120][121]
Women's Lacrosse Won Most NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [122][123][124][125][126]
Men's Rowing Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [127][128][129][130][131]
Women's Rowing Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [127][132][133][134][135]
Softball Won Most 2nd place NESCAC Titles and 1-1 games. [136][137][138][139][140]
Men's Tennis Won Most CBB Wins and 1-1 games. [141][142][143][144][145]
Women's Tennis Won Most CBB wins and 1-1 games. [141][142][143][144][145]
Men's Track & Field Won Most NESCAC Titles, CBB Wins and 1-1 games. [146][147][148][149][150]
Women's Track & Field Won Most CBB Wins and 1-1 games. [146][147][148][149][150]

Note: The chart showcases the school's win/loss totals in games in which they have exclusively played each other, and NESCAC Titles. If the total of wins surpasses the victories of the other school the designation of "won" is placed in the respective box, showcasing which schools has won the most games in their respective sports.

References and external links[edit]

For more reference and further reading:

For further information on the NESCAC, and individual colligate scores:

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