Field Hockey Hangs Six Goals on Wesleyan

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Saturday marked another shutout this past weekend for the Middlebury Field Hockey team as they defeated the 9th ranked Wesleyan Cardinals at home on Peter Kohn Field. The Panthers finished out their final regular season game with a 6-0 victory over the Cardinals, boosting their record to an impressive 14-1 this season and making them first in the NESCAC.

Late Goal Sends Women’s Soccer to the Postseason

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After falling behind to Wesleyan late in the game as the result of a scored penalty kick, the Middlebury women’s soccer team rallied back and[...]

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XC Runners Gear Up for NESCACs on Home Course

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This Saturday, Nov. 1, the NESCAC cross county championship returns to Middlebury for the first time since 2003. Unlike other sports, cross country does not[...]

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Milano, Pierce and Panthers Hand Trinity First Home Loss in Over a Decade

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Following last year’s game against Trinity — an instant classic in which Middlebury downed the heavily favored Bantams to earn a share of the NESCAC[...]

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2-1 Weekend for Panther Volleyball in Massachusetts

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The Middlebury volleyball team spent the weekend in Massachusetts tuning up for postseason play at the Hall of Fame tournament. The NESCAC tournament is set[...]

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Conrad’s Hat Trick Leads Men’s Soccer Past Wesleyan

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The men’s soccer team (8-3-3, 5-2-3) came from behind with a hat trick from Greg Conrad ’17 to beat Wesleyan and secure hope for a playoff berth in the NESCAC tournament.

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