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Maxwell’s Win Paces Trio of Panthers in NCAA Mile

Alison Maxwell ’15 sprinted past M.I.T.’s Maryann Gong with 100 meters to go in the NCAA Division-III Championship women’s mile final on Saturday, March 14, holding off the field to claim the national title.

Women’s Hockey Heartbroken by Norwich

The Middlebury women’s hockey team saw its season come to an end this past weekend when the fifth-ranked Panthers fell to in-state rival and fourth-ranked[…]

The Things We Say Matter

In last week’s edition of the Campus, the editorial board wrote of a recent SGA bill: “The Campus commends the SGA for taking initiative to[…]

Women’s Hockey Upset in NESCAC Final, Earns NCAA At-Large Bid

Trinity junior Cheeky Herr deflected a puck over the shoulder of Middlebury goalkeeper Maddie Marsh ’15 in the first minute of overtime to send her[…]

Mandigo, Panthers Win a Wild One in Fourth Overtime

The memory of last year’s upset was hanging in the air as Middlebury took to the ice Saturday in Kenyon Arena against another eight seed, the Hamilton Continentals.

Women’s Hockey Falls to Plattsburgh

The third-ranked Panther women’s hockey team had a tough final regular-season matchup on Saturday, Feb. 21, facing off with the second-ranked Cardinals from Plattsburgh State.[…]

Women’s Hockey Returns to the Postseason as Top Seed

The Middlebury women’s hockey team kept the good times rolling this past weekend, Feb. 13 and 14, recording a pair of wins over conference foe[…]

Women’s Hockey Skates to Eigth Consecutive Victory

The Middlebury women’s hockey team made the most of their week off from classes during the February break, rattling off five wins including an overtime[…]

O’Keefe Takes Cycling National Crown

On Saturday, Jan. 10, Middlebury cycling club member Sam O’Keefe ’16.5 raced to a national championship in cyclocross.

Panthers Take a Pair of Ties in Amherst Doubleheader

In a long-awaited matchup of conference front-runners, Middlebury and Amherst played to a pair of hard-fought ties in their weekend doubleheader on Friday and Saturday,[…]

Panthers Take Two on Own Ice

The fourth-ranked Middlebury women’s hockey team grabbed a pair of conference wins this Friday and Saturday, Jan. 9 and 10, defeating Wesleyan in both games[…]

Women’s Hockey Preview

2013-2014 record: 17-4-4 Captain: Kate Moreau ’15 Coming off of a season in which an early exit from the NESCAC tournament caused the team to[…]

Women’s Hockey Sweeps Colby on Opening Weekend

The Middlebury women’s hockey team opened their 2014-2015 season this past weekend, Nov. 15 and 16, with a doubleheader against conference foe Colby. The Panthers[…]

Pop the NESCAC Football Bubble

Two weeks ago the Middlebury football team earned a win over Trinity that can only be described as historic. On the road in Hartford, the[…]

Youth Movement Leads Field Hockey to Home Win over Tufts

The Middlebury field hockey team solidified their spot among the top teams in the NESCAC this Saturday, Oct. 4, using five points from Pam Schulman[…]

2-1 Weekend for Panther Volleyball

After falling to Hamilton in a NESCAC matchup on Friday, Sept. 26, the Middlebury volleyball team bounced back to win a pair of matches in the Skidmore Classic on Saturday, defeating St. John Fisher and Skidmore each in straight sets.

Who Do We Think We Are?

 I’m writing this op-ed to express my support for the recently announced tailgating policy, but I’m going to start with a slightly different chord: I[…]

Volleyball Drops Three of Four Matches in Weekend Tournament at UMass-Boston

In their opening weekend of play, the Middlebury women’s volleyball team (1-3) lost three of four matches on Sept. 12 and 13 while competing in[…]

Field Hockey Stays Perfect, Preps for Showdown with Polar Bears

The field hockey team extended their perfect start to the 2014 season this weekend, defeating Connecticut College and Smith College this past weekend.

The Campus’ Fall Sports Preview

The Middlebury Campus Sports writers offer previews of what is to come for the Panthers this season.

Shabazz and Me

On the court after winning this month’s NCAA men’s Division-I basketball championship game, University of Connecticut point guard and tournament Most Outstanding Player Shabazz Napier[…]

Baseball Secures First NESCAC Wins of Year

The Middlebury baseball team got back on the winning track this weekend, pulling out a series win over Hamilton. The Panthers split a doubleheader with[…]

Women’s Basketball Ends Season 1-11 in NESCAC

The Middlebury women’s basketball team wrapped up its season this past weekend with road games against conference foes Trinity and Amherst. The Panthers fell behind[…]

Women’s Basketball Drops Games at Home

The Middlebury women’s basketball team went 1-2 in a trio of games over February break, picking up a narrow road win over Keene State on[…]

Women’s Basketball Drop Two NESCAC Games on the Road

The women’s basketball team dropped a pair of road NESCAC games this weekend, Friday Jan. 17 and Saturday, Jan. 19, hanging close until halftime in[…]

Women’s Hoops Splits Opening NESCAC Pair

The Panthers followed the NESCAC split with a home win over Colby-Sawyer to improve to 6-7 on the season.

Don’t Delay Your Dreams; They May Not Stick Around

It’s that time of year again. The ‘jobs/internships’ tab on MOJO is slowly filling. Questions like “is there any way Middlebury would give me funding[…]

The Legacy of ‘Old Middlebury’

At a family party over the holiday break, I got to talking to a friend of my parents, a man in his 50s who graduated[…]

Men’s Swimming and Diving Finishes Fifth at NESCACs

  The Middlebury men’s swim and dive team competed in the NESCAC championships at Wesleyan this past weekend, Feb. 22-24, finishing fifth in a fast[…]

Women’s Swimming Takes Fourth in NESCAC

The women’s swimming and diving team competed in the NESCAC championship at Bowdoin over three days this weekend, Feb. 15-17, finishing fourth in a competitive[…]

Swim Teams Host Midd Invitational

In their final meet before the NESCAC championships, the Panther swimming and diving teams hosted the Middlebury Invitational on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1 and[…]

Panthers Swim To 1-1 Weekend At Union

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams went on the road to Union College this past Saturday, Jan. 19, to take on the host[…]

Swimming and Diving Returns with Breakthrough Wins

After a week-long training trip in Florida, the Middlebury swimming and diving teams returned to take on Colby and Bates in a pair of dual[…]

Men’s, Women’s Swimming and Diving Fall to Amherst

The Middlebury swimming and diving teams hosted conference rival Amherst for a dual meet on Saturday, Dec. 1, with both squads falling to the visiting[…]

Swimming and Diving Teams Split with Jumbos, Drowned By Camels

The Middlebury swimming & diving team opened its season on the road at Connecticut College on Saturday, Nov. 17, taking on both the host school[…]

Panthers Upset In Second Round of NCAAs

The first-ranked Middlebury field hockey team saw its season come to a sudden end this Sunday, Nov. 11, as an overtime goal from DePauw’s Paige[…]

Field Hockey Wins NESCACs in Shootout

It took 100 minutes of play and five penalty shots, but the first-ranked Middlebury field hockey team defeated Bowdoin in the NESCAC championship game on[…]

Panthers Smoke Camels in NESCAC Tournament

After wrapping up the regular season with a win over Williams, the top-ranked Middlebury field hockey team rolled past eighth-seeded Connecticut College in a NESCAC[…]

Top-Ranked Field Hockey Dominates Bates

The first-ranked Middlebury field hockey team defeated visiting Bates 12-0 this Saturday, Oct. 20, pushing their record to 13-0 and locking down the first seed[…]

Second-Ranked Field Hockey Team Outscores Trio of Opponents 22-0

The second-ranked Middlebury field hockey team pushed their record to an unblemished 11-0 with three wins in the span of four days, outscoring their opponets[…]

Three Victories Improve Field Hockey to 8-0

The Middlebury field hockey team travelled to Wesleyan this Saturday, Sept. 29, defeating the host Cardinals by a 4-1 tally to earn their seventh straight[…]

Field Hockey Extends Winning Streak with Pair of Home Wins

The third-ranked Middlebury women’s field hockey team defeated a pair of top-ten NESCAC opponents this weekend, edging visiting Bowdoin 2-1 on Saturday, Sept. 22, before[…]

Panel Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Title IX

Monday, Sept. 24, Middlebury hosted a panel discussion celebrating the 40th aniversary of the passing of Title IX, the 1972 legislation affording equal rights in[…]

Field Hockey Improves to 3-0 in Early Season Action

The now second-ranked  field hockey team went on the road to conference foe Colby this past Saturday, Sept. 15, and delivered a commanding defensive performance[…]