Sports Recap: April 29
Review: Men’s baseball
Men’s baseball (1–5) tallied its first win of the season this past weekend, splitting a double-header with Hamilton (4–7). While the Panthers were shut out in the first game, they captured the win in the second after a walk-off home run by Evan Hunter ’24.
Review: Women’s Tennis
After suffering two losses last week, the Panthers women’s tennis team (3–3) won back-to-back matches against Amherst and Skidmore this weekend, a performance largely spearheaded by the rookie class.
Review: Women’s softball
Women’s softball (4–7) traveled to Hamilton (6–5) this Saturday for three games against the Continentals, winning the first contest but dropping the next two.
Review: Men’s golf
The NESCAC celebrated its 50th anniversary as the Men’s Golf Championship kicked off this weekend at the Ledges Country Club in South Hadley, Massachusetts. For the eight out of 11 participating NESCAC schools, the competition offers a chance to earn the first trophy in nearly two years.
Review: Women’s golf
The NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship commenced on April 24, with teams playing 18 holes in the first of two days of competition. After day one, Middlebury sits in fourth place out of five teams, though the top three teams are all within four strokes.