The Middlebury women’s basketball team’s season ended this weekend with a 80-52 loss to the 16th-ranked Bowdoin College Polar Bears (22-3, 9-1) in the quarterfinals[…]
Despite dropping two games to conference foes this past weekend on the road, the Middlebury women’s basketball team earned the opportunity to play in the[…]
The women’s basketball team has hit a rough patch in their season. The Panthers now sit at 11-11 overall and 3-5 in-conference, but are a lock for a spot in the NESCAC tournament.
The Middlebury women’s basketball team (10-7, 2-2) garnered its second conference victory of the year with a thrilling 50-46 victory at Wesleyan on Friday night,[…]
With its victory in the conference opener Friday, Jan. 9 at home against Bates, the Middlebury women’s basketball team got its eighth victory of the[…]
2013-14 record: 7-17 Captains: Alexis Coolidge ’15, Rachel Crews ’15, Nora Kelly ’15 Following last year’s 7-17 record, the Middlebury women’s basketball team looks to rebuild[…]
The Middlebury women’s basketball team began their season with a pair of victories on the road against out of conference opponents Endicott and Smith on[…]
The Middlebury women’s basketball team wrapped up its season this past weekend with road games against conference foes Trinity and Amherst. The Panthers fell behind[…]
The Middlebury women’s basketball team went 1-2 in a trio of games over February break, picking up a narrow road win over Keene State on[…]
The women’s basketball team dropped a pair of road NESCAC games this weekend, Friday Jan. 17 and Saturday, Jan. 19, hanging close until halftime in[…]
The Panthers followed the NESCAC split with a home win over Colby-Sawyer to improve to 6-7 on the season.
On Nov. 23 the Panthers fell 65-43 to Emmanuel, but rebounded three days later with a six-point win over Johnson State that featured a 20-rebound game from Katie Pett ’14.
The Middlebury women’s basketball team earned a split on their season-opening weekend in the Colby Sawyer Tournament, rebounding after a narrow, hard-fought loss to Fitchburg[…]
Middlebury ended their most successful season since 2002 with a hard-fought 59-49 loss to Williams in the NESCAC semi-final at Amherst on Saturday, Feb. 23.[…]
For the first time in 11 years, the women’s basketball team will advance to the NESCAC semifinals after beating Bates 75-64 in the quarterfinal game.[…]
After two consecutive losses in NESCAC games against Williams and Bowdoin, the women’s basketball team bounced back with wins against Colby and Lyndon State[…]
Despite going 1-1 on the weekend and boasting an improved record of 9-8, the Middlebury women’s basketball team found itself stunned by a last-second NESCAC loss.
After starting off the new year strong earning their first win in NESCAC play in over a year against Bates Jan. 4, Middlebury continued with[…]
The women’s basketball team conceded another away loss, falling to Emmanuel 62-50 on Saturday, Dec. 1, but recovered at home on Tuesday, Dec. 4 with[…]
The Middlebury women’s basketball team started off the season with disappointment after a 66-61 overtime loss in the Tip-Off Classic against the University of Massachusetts-[…]
After a season of extremes — from starting off with six straight wins to losing four in a row in conference play — the Middlebury[…]