Women’s Tennis Advances to Championship Round at NESCACs

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The second-seeded women’s tennis team triumphed over third-ranked Amherst 5-4 on Saturday, May 7 to advance to its first NESCAC Championship, but ran into a[…]

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Baseball Wins More than Past Two Years Combined

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The Middlebury baseball team ended their season with an 11-23 record, dropping two doubleheaders to Bowdoin and Tufts and losing an out-of-conference game to St.[…]

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Women’s Lacrosse Knocks off Trinity to Win Title

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The second-seeded Middlebury women’s lacrosse team emerged victorious from a weekend of competition at the NESCAC Tournament hosted by Trinity on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8.

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Track & Field: Women Finish Fourth, Men Finish ninth at DIII New England’s

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As the Middlebury Track and Field teams continue on to bigger meets, the field will get more competitive as the runners are narrowed down to[…]

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Men’s Tennis Wins NESCAC for Second Straight Season

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Head Coach Bob Hansen’s season-long effort to elevate his team’s dominance in doubles to match its singles successes certainly paid off last weekend. The men’s[…]

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Men’s Lacrosse Advances to NESCAC Final, Receives At-Large NCAA Bid

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The fourth-seeded Middlebury men’s lacrosse team battled to a 10-9 win over third-seeded Bowdoin in the NESCAC Semifinal contest played at Tufts on Saturday, May[…]

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