John Wyman

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Baseball Wraps up Season with Loss

Middlebury (5-24, 2-10) capped its rebuilding season this weekend by splitting a close double-header against Bowdoin on Saturday, May 3 and falling twice to a terrific Tufts squad on Sunday, May 4.

Baseball Swept in Weekend Bouts against Trinity and Castleton State

Middlebury is scratching its head after falling twice to Trinity on Saturday, April 26 and twice to Castleton State on Sunday, April 27. The team[...]

Baseball Falls to New Low with Weekend Sweep

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[...]

Men’s Hockey Iced in NESCAC Playoff

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[...]

Men’s Hockey Earns Home Ice in Playoffs

Middlebury (11-10-3) won big this weekend over Amherst and Hamilton to earn home ice advantage for the NESCAC quarterfinals, which will take place versus Bowdoin[...]

Men’s Hockey Squeaks by Williams in OT Thrillers

Men’s hockey captain Louis Belisle ’14 delivered a game-winner with forty seconds remaining in the overtime period against Williams on Saturday, Feb. 15 to win[...]

Men’s Hockey Stumble in Conference Play

It is gut check time for the Middlebury men’s hockey team (8-10-2) who will face four must-win games in the coming two weekends to salvage[...]

Men’s Hockey Bested by Local Rivals on Home Turf

Ten games remain for the mystifying Middlebury men’s hockey team (6-6-2), who fell short this weekend against two strong out-of-conference opponents, fourth-ranked Plattsburgh (14-1-2) and fifth-ranked Norwich (12-3-2).

Panthers Finding Form After Beaney Notches 500th Win

The Middlebury men’s hockey team glided past the midway point of their season at 6-4-2 (4-3-1 in NESCAC).  December closed with two disappointing NESCAC losses[...]

Plattsburgh Bests Men’s Ice Hockey in PrimeLink Finals

The Middlebury men’s hockey team kept its legs churning over Thanksgiving break, moving past Norwich in a shootout on Friday, Nov. 29 to reach the[...]

Field Hockey Ousted in NCAA Regionals

Down by a score of 3-1 with under a minute to play in the NCAA Regional final against Skidmore on Sunday, Nov. 17, Anna Kenyon[...]

Men’s Hockey Ices Colby, Draws Bowdoin

Middlebury rang in the 2013-2014 season with two impressive performances in front of a home crowd, tying Bowdoin by a score of 2-2 on Saturday,[...]

Field Hockey Wins Second Consecutive NESCAC Title

Middlebury triumphed over Bowdoin on Sunday, Nov. 10 by a final score of 5-4 to win the NESCAC final in dramatic double-come-from-behind fashion. Bridget Instrum[...]

Field Hockey Returns to NESCAC Semis

Middlebury crawled over the Colby Mules on Saturday, Nov. 2 by a score of 3-0 to win the quarterfinal round of NESCAC tournament play.  With[...]

USA Women’s Hockey Ices Finland at Kenyon Arena

12 hours after the witching hour on Halloween, the U.S. Women’s National Hockey team flew past Finland by a score of 5-1 in Middlebury’s Kenyon Arena.

Field Hockey Rattles the Cage, Outscores Trinity, Hamilton 9-1

The Panthers scored and roared above their weekend opponents, scolding Trinity 5-0 on Saturday, Oct. 12 and topping Hamilton 4-1 on Sunday, Oct. 13.  Anna[...]

Field Hockey Sustains Jumbo NESCAC Loss

Middlebury (8-2) stomached a 4-2 loss to last year’s national champion Tufts Jumbos (7-1) on Saturday, Oct. 5 but recovered to celebrate a 5-0 win[...]

Field Hockey Sneaks by Williams, Colby, Improves to 6-1 Overall

Middlebury picked up two hard-fought wins over the weekend, beating Colby 2-0 on Saturday, Sept. 28 and Williams 2-1 on Sunday, Sept. 29, adding a[...]

Field Hockey Loses at 8th-Ranked Bowdoin

The Polar Bears relieved Middlebury of the pressure of repeating an undefeated season by handing the Panthers a 4-2 loss on Saturday, Sept. 21.  With[...]

Field Hockey Improves to 2-0 in NESCAC Romp with Camels

Middlebury christened their home turf on Saturday, Sept. 14 with a convincing 5-1 victory over Connecticut College before the next day dismissing St. Lawrence by a score of 4-0.