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Jordan Bessalel ’21 (left) and John Mikus ’21 (right) are co-captains for the men’s golf team.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #16: Men’s golf captains Jordan Bessalel ’21 and John Mikus ’21

By Blaise Siefer April 8, 2021

For the second straight week, Blaise welcomes two varsity captains on the Siefer’s Scoop podcast. This time, it’s Jordan Bessalel ’21 and John Mikus ’21, co-captains of the men’s golf team....

Middlebury Union High School players have adapted to an assortment of restrictions this season, including a mask mandate.

Middlebury Union High School athletics adapt in Covid-defined year

By Piper Brady April 8, 2021

Competitive athletics might have just returned to Middlebury College, but Middlebury Union High School (MHS) has organized Covid-friendly competition since this fall. It’s been a successful operation...

Head Coach Mike Leonard looks on as the baseball team prepares for NESCAC play.

Men’s Baseball

By Sam Lipin April 8, 2021

As head coach Mike Leonard gears up for his fifth season at the helm of the men’s baseball team, a giddy excitement surrounds the team and the players who decided to return.  The team will field...

Practice has looked slightly different this year, with Covid-19 protocols imposing mask mandates even while running.

Women’s Track & Field

By Sam Lipin April 8, 2021

Few teams have faced the brunt of the pandemic more than the women’s track and field team, one of the largest squads at Middlebury. However, after the cancellation of the winter indoor season, the...

Jacqueline Slinkard ’24 watches her shot in practice last fall.

Women’s Golf

By Josh Rosenstein April 8, 2021

The women’s golf team is gearing up to begin NESCAC play in a short few days, when they’ll compete at the Hamilton Invitational on April 10.  The team hopes to build on a strong fall 2019 season...

Women's Softball

Women’s Softball

By Abby Schneiderhan April 8, 2021

Women’s softball opened their 14-game spring season at home on Saturday, splitting a doubleheader against Tufts.  The Panthers emerged victorious in the first game, winning 3–2. Jewel Ashbrook...

Matt Durst ’21 sprints in the Peterson Athletic complex last fall.

Men’s Track & Field

By Malachi Raymond April 8, 2021

Competition is fast-approaching for the men’s track and field team, with their first meet scheduled for May 1 against SUNY Potsdam and Union College. It will mark the first of three meets this spring,...

Derek Ban ’24 eyes up a put during practice this fall.

Men’s Golf

By Charles Crounse April 8, 2021

Men’s golf begins their spring season this coming weekend in Clinton, N.Y. after a restless 18 months without competition. With the revised schedule, the Panthers will be in action five times this...

The women’s tennis team pictured in 2020.

Women’s Tennis

By Blaise Siefer April 8, 2021

Although the women’s tennis team was supposed to open their season on April 3, a positive Covid-19 test on Trinity’s roster delayed the season opener to April 11. It was a tease, but after almost...

A group of students tee off at Ralph Myhre on Oct. 15 as the sun sets in the distance. (Courtesy: Blaise Siefer) 

New staff, record numbers and silver linings: How the pandemic has impacted the Ralph Myhre Golf Course

By Blaise Siefer April 1, 2021
Read about how Middlebury's golf course handled the pandemic and the changes that came with it.
Greg Conrad ’17, former two-sport star for Middlebury, now excels as a coach and mentor

Greg Conrad ’17, former two-sport star for Middlebury, now excels as a coach and mentor

By Sam Lipin April 1, 2021
Greg Conrad ’17 might be one of the most talented athletes to come out of Middlebury in the past decade, but his recent contributions to the school through mentorship and coaching are proving equally impressive.
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