NESCAC Opponents No Match for Both Tennis Squads

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The women’s tennis team continued its season with two wins against Wesleyan and Trinity. The men’s tennis team captured three wins against Williams, Wesleyan and Trinity.

Baseball Secures First NESCAC Wins of Year

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The Middlebury baseball team got back on the winning track this weekend, pulling out a series win over Hamilton. The Panthers split a doubleheader with[...]

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Men’s Lax Beats Down Birds With 15-Goal Rout

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The Middlebury men’s lacrosse team won its fifth straight NESCAC game this Saturday, April 12 at Trinity by a score of 15-4. With the win,[...]

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Softball Sweeps Cardinals in Extra Innings Thrillers

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While most Middlebury students were enjoying three days off last weekend, the softball team was busy playing five games over the course of three days.[...]

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Women’s Lacrosse Suffers Shocking Pair of Losses

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After a string of key NESCAC wins last week, the Middlebury women’s lacrosse team fell to two top-ranked opponents this week: SUNY Cortland on Thursday,[...]

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Golf Teams Open Spring to Mixed Results

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The Middlebury golf teams teed up the spring season with a couple road trips south last weekend. The men’s team placed second at the NYU[...]

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Middlebury Track Takes on Division-I Opponents at Army Six Way Meet

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The track and field team spent Saturday, April 12 in West Point, NY where they competed against five other teams in the Army Six Way[...]

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Super Bowl Champion Returns to Midd

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Super Bowl champion Steve Hauschka ’07 returns to his alma mater tonight for a Q&A with Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Alex Wolff. Tomorrow night, Friday,[...]

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