2005: The team’s hardest hitter and most prolific tackler, Bodger earned second-team All-NESCAC honors. … Was in the top 50 nationally in Division III in two defensive categories: total tackles per game (10.5, 49th in Division III) and solo tackles per game (6.5, 18th in Division III). … Bodger ranked first in the NESCAC in solo tackles and third in total tackles. … His game highs included 12 solo tackles against Middlebury and 15 total tackles against Colby. … In Bates’ 30-29 overtime win over Wesleyan, Bodger recovered a fumble and returned it 12 yards for the Bobcats’ first touchdown. … He also made an interception against Bowdoin that set up a touchdown, and blocked a kick against Tufts.
2004: Led the team with 14 tackles against Williams…had 11 and a forced fumble versus Hamilton…led the team with 72 tackles on the season.
2003: Played all eight games as a reserve linebacker … made 38 tackles, including 27 solo … recorded a career high with 10 tackles against Middlebury.
2002: Played in all eight games as a reserve linebacker … made 17 tackles as a reserve linebacker … forced a fumble in a win over Bowdoin.
High School: Captain.