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Bill Beaney (left) poses with Hogan Beazley (right) after Middlebury’s home golf meet on Saturday, May 8.

Bill Beaney, five-time NESCAC Coach of the Year, reflects on 35 years of coaching

By Charles Crounse May 20, 2021
Bill Beaney has coached at Middlebury since the fall of 1986, overseeing four different programs and winning numerous accolades. Earlier this month, Beaney was named NESCAC Coach of the Year as he led the men’s golf team to a NESCAC Championship on Sunday, May 2.
Siefer’s Scoop Podcast: A year in review

Siefer’s Scoop Podcast: A year in review

By Blaise Siefer May 20, 2021
The athletes I’ve interviewed span 18 varsity teams, a little over half of Middlebury’s 31 athletic programs. There were so many highlights from this year — too many to count, to be honest — so, for those who maybe didn’t catch every episode, I thought I’d list my favorite quote from each episode this spring.
Michael McCormack ’20 celebrates a goal for University of Vermont men’s lacrosse. The attacker had 33 goals this spring, ranking second on the team in that category.

Michael McCormack ’20 wraps up successful year with University of Vermont men’s lacrosse

By Blaise Siefer May 20, 2021
Michael McCormack’s ’20 graduate season with University of Vermont (UVM) men’s lacrosse came to a close this weekend, with UVM falling to University of Maryland in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 17–11. 
Brett Perlmutter ’24 is a rising sophomore on the men’s swim and dive team.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #19: Brett Perlmutter ’24, men’s swim and dive

By Blaise Siefer May 20, 2021
On the final episode of the academic year, Blaise welcomes Brett Perlmutter ’24, a member of men’s swim and dive, on the Siefer’s Scoop podcast.
Women’s softball had an underclassmen-heavy roster this spring.

Season in Review: Women’s softball

By Niamh Carty May 20, 2021

Women’s softball (6–10) finished fourth in the NESCAC West Division this spring, marked by a season of ups and downs. After winning their first game, the Panthers went on to lose five games straight,...

Emily Bian ’21 (left) and Ann Martin Skelly ’21 (right) were senior co-captains for the Panthers this season.

Season in Review: Women’s tennis

By Blaise Siefer May 20, 2021

Despite a rookie-heavy roster this season, women’s tennis (4–3) exceeded expectations and finished second in the NESCAC West Division. Four of seven rostered players — including All-NESCAC singles...

Season in Review

Season in Review

May 20, 2021

Katelyn Pease ’22 is encouraged by her teammates during Middlebury’s home meet against Hamilton on Saturday, May 8

Season in Review: Women’s track and field

By Sam Lipin May 20, 2021

Women’s track and field traveled to Williams College this weekend to compete in their last team meet of the season. This was their first non-dual meet of the season, with four other NESCAC schools...

Hogan Beazley ’23 was a star performer for men’s golf this season.

Season in Review: Men’s golf

By Charles Crounse May 20, 2021

The competitive sports season may have now come to an end, but the sweet taste of victory remains fresh for men’s golf. Despite many obstacles — ranging from a reduced number of players on campus...

Men’s track & field competed against Hamilton on Saturday, May 8

Season in review: Men’s track and field

By Malachi Raymond May 20, 2021

Men’s track and field ended their season on a high note as they traveled to Williams College this weekend, competing against several colleges including Tufts, Amherst and Williams.  While the...

Gavin Gattuso ’24 is one of eleven freshmen on men’s baseball.

Season in Review: Men’s baseball

By Sam Lipin May 20, 2021

Men’s baseball (2–6) finished in fifth place in the NESCAC’s West Division this spring, with both of their victories won in the final inning.  Despite the team’s slow start, the underclassmen-heavy...

Katie Murphy ’23 led the way for women’s golf in every match this season.

Season in Review: Women’s golf

By Josh Rosenstein May 20, 2021

Women’s golf wrapped up its season last weekend at home against Hamilton. While this year was nowhere near normal, the team was happy to have a chance to compete in five matches this spring. Coach...

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