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Koby Altman ’04, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers is interviewed over Zoom by Campus reporter Josh Rosenstein.

Q&A with Koby Altman ’04, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers

By Josh Rosenstein May 6, 2021
Now in his fifth year as general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), Koby Altman ’04 Zoomed with Campus reporter Josh Rosenstein to discuss basketball, the pandemic, societal issues and Middlebury.
Left to right: Anna Glovin ’21.5, Carolyn Days ’24 and Lizzie Jack ’24.5

Women’s soccer walks on TAM for eating disorder awareness

By Michael Segel May 6, 2021
The Middlebury women’s soccer team participated in a virtual walk and fundraiser for the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) last Sunday, raising $1,500 for the organization.
M+ is a DEI program in the Athletics Department that will be launched in fall 2022.

Middlebury Athletics announces M+, a new diversity, equity and inclusion program

By Blaise Siefer May 6, 2021
There’s a new diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) program coming to the Middlebury Athletics Department: M+.
Senior captain Kaylee Gumm ’21 prepares to hit during a match against Amherst.

Review: Women’s softball

By Abby Schneiderhan May 6, 2021
Women’s softball (4–10) went head-to-head against Amherst this weekend, playing two games on Saturday and one on Sunday.
Ciara Dale ’24 (center) and Audrey Grimes ’23 (back) race for women’s track & field on Saturday.

Review: Women’s track and field

By Sam Lipin May 6, 2021
In their first competition since March 7, 2020, Middlebury women’s track and field dominated in their season opener, beating Union College 97–58. Middlebury finished first in 14 of 18 events. 
Nathaniel Klein ’21, a senior captain on the men’s track & field team, helped the team to a 93–53 victory over Union.

Review: Men’s track and field

By Malachi Raymond May 6, 2021
Men’s track and field swiftly defeated Union College at home on Saturday, winning 13 out of 16 events en route to a 93–53 victory. 
Women’s tennis hosted Williams on Sunday, winning 5–4.

Review: Women’s tennis

By Blaise Siefer May 6, 2021
Women’s tennis (4–2) extended its winning streak to three on Sunday, defeating Williams, 5–4.
Jack Torpey ’24 impressed on Saturday, scoring and tallying one RBI.

Review: Men’s Baseball

By Sam Lipin May 6, 2021
Men’s baseball (2–6) concluded its regular season this past weekend, splitting a double-header with division leader Amherst College (8–3).
Men’s golf won their ninth NESCAC Championship this weekend.

Review: Men’s golf

By Charles Crounse May 6, 2021
Men’s golf staged a come-from-behind win this weekend to earn the program’s ninth NESCAC title and its first since 2016.
Katie Murphy ’23 placed ninth overall on Saturday as the Panthers finished fourth in the NESCAC Championship.

Review: Women’s golf

By Josh Rosenstein May 6, 2021
Women’s golf completed the second round of the 2021 NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship on May 1 at Ledges Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.
Bochu Ding ’21 is a four-year member of the men’s crew team. He’s also the editor in chief of The Campus.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #18: Bochu Ding ’21, rower and editor in chief

By Blaise Siefer May 6, 2021
This week, Siefer’s Scoop welcomes rower and editor-in-chief of The Campus, Bochu Ding ’21.
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