John Wyman

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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.