Women’s Lacrosse Falls to Fourth in NESCAC

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Coming off of a 15-8 win against Union College, the Middlebury women’s lacrosse team suffered an uncharacteristic loss to 10th-ranked Colby by a score of 14-11 on Saturday, April 19.

Men’s Lacrosse Earns Road Win at Colby as Broome Ties School Record

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The men’s lacrosse team won its sixth consecutive NESCAC game as they took down Colby on the Mules’ own turf. Middlebury won by a convincing[...]

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Shabazz and Me

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On the court after winning this month’s NCAA men’s Division-I basketball championship game, University of Connecticut point guard and tournament Most Outstanding Player Shabazz Napier[...]

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Track Team Holds its Own in UAlbany Spring Classic

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The Middlebury track and field teams finished up their last weekend of non-championship competition at the University of Albany Spring Classic on Saturday, April 19,[...]

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Women Fail to Match Men’s Seventh Straight Win

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    The Middlebury women’s tennis team faced Bowdoin on Saturday, April 19 in a matchup of national top-ten teams and potential national-championship contenders, with[...]

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Men’s Golf Swings to 2nd in NESCAC Opener

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The Middlebury golf teams traveled for their penultimate regular season tournaments, April 19 and 20, where the women took fifth place in the Jack Leaman[...]

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Softball Narrowly Squeaks by Hamilton

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Not only did Lizzie Morris ’14 help lead her team to victory over NESCAC rival Hamilton in last weekend’s three-game series, but she also reached[...]

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Baseball Falls to New Low with Weekend Sweep

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The Amherst Lord Jeffs prevailed over the Middlebury Panthers in a three-game series sweep this weekend at Forbes Field. The double-header on Friday, April 18[...]

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