Men’s Basketball Records Four More Conference Wins

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Men’s Basketball strung together four consecutive conference victories last week to extend their seven game winning streak and solidify their elite status in the NESCAC[…]

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Mandigo’s excellence unparalleled in Women’s Hockey

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Let’s say you’ve been coaching Division III Women’s Ice Hockey for almost 29 years, and you’re pretty dang good at it. How good? Well, at[…]

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Swimming and diving Hosts Midd Invite, Women place fourth at NESCACs

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Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving hosted over 230 athletes at the Middlebury Invitational on Jan. 27-28 in preparation for the championship portion of the[…]

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Records Fall for Indoor Track and Field

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The Middlebury men’s and women’s track and field teams concluded the last three-week stretch with some strong performances at two Boston-area meets this past weekend,[…]

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Thrilling Third for Skiing

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Three successive carnivals of racing for the Middlebury alpine and nordic ski teams has built up to this weekend’s carnival hosted by the Panthers at[…]

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Tough Stretch for Women’s Hoops

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Women’s basketball has hit a bump in the road after a strong start to their season. Since the last report on the women’s basketball team’s[…]

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Women’s Hockey Clobbers Colby

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While the rest of the student body returned to campus from February Break, the Women’s Hockey team had a successful run over the weekend, totaling[…]

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Count in Men’s Hockey for a Couple Wins

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During back-to-back home games last weekend, as J-Term came to a close, the Middlebury men’s hockey team won for the third time in four games[…]

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Men’s Squash Falls in Semis, Fights to Get Third

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Two weekends ago, Feb. 4-5, the men’s squash team headed south down the I-91 to Amherst, Mass., where they battled to a third-place finish at[…]

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