Connecticut College came to Kenyon Arena and upset top seed Middlebury in an overtime win that saw the Panthers eliminated in the quarterfinals for the first time in NESCAC tournament history.
To guarantee themselves a spot in the NCAA Tournament, the Middlebury men’s basketball team needs to win three straight NESCAC tournament games and claim the[...]
Track & Field (Fiona Maloney-McCrystle) The track and field team enters the 2014 outdoor season fresh off the winter indoor season, making an almost immediate transition[...]
The Middlebury track and field team was back at Boston University on Feb. 28 and Mar. 1, where this year’s Open New England championship brought[...]
The men’s basketball season ended in disappointment with a 78-75 loss in the NESCAC semifinals against Williams on Saturday, March 1. Knowing they needed a[...]
A pain as heavy as a half-dozen hockey players followed Middlebury’s season-ending 6-3 loss to Bowdoin on Saturday, March 1. The Panthers saw an early[...]
The women’s lacrosse team came out firing Saturday in their season opener against Tufts, outscoring their opponent 10-2 in the first half of the game,[...]
The 18th-ranked Middlebury men’s lacrosse team got its season off to a slow start on Saturday, March 1, as they lost to fifth-ranked Tufts 24-6.