Koby Altman ’04 Facebook Live Interview: Campus Editor James Finn Speaks with Cavaliers GM

Koby Altman ’04 Facebook Live Interview: Campus Editor James Finn Speaks with Cavaliers GM

By JAMES FINN

September 14, 2018


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 Koby Altman '04, the current general manager of the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, will be interviewed today on Facebook Live by James Finn, The Campus' senior opinion editor. Their conversation will air live on the Middlebury College Facebook page from 12-12:30. Altman has returned to campus to participa...

National Champions Look to Defend Title

National Champions Look to Defend Title

By CAROLINE BARTLETT

September 13, 2018


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The returning NCAA Champion field hockey team is off to another strong start, remaining undefeated after three games (10-0 v. Castleton, 4-0 v. Connecticut College, 7-0 v. University of New England). After putting in countless hours of hard work in the classroom and on the field during preseason camp,...

Koby Altman ’04 Returns to Campus

By BENJY RENTON

September 13, 2018


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Cleveland Cavaliers general manager Koby Altman ’04 will be returning to campus this weekend as part of the Sociology and Anthropology Field Guide, sponsored by the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI). The CCI’s Field Guides bring alumni from various professional fields to discuss their post-graduation...

Women’s Soccer: Panthers Coming in Hot

Women’s Soccer: Panthers Coming in Hot

By JENNY LANGERMAN

September 13, 2018


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The women’s soccer team started off their 2018 season with a bang, pulling off a solid 5-1 win against Gordon College in their home opener on September 5. The Panthers came out strong from the beginning, kicking off the game with a goal from Sabrina Glaser ’20 within the first three minutes of play....

Volleyball Starts Strong

By ERIN KELLY

September 13, 2018


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Sarah Staver ’19 (right) begins a serve during this past weekend’s tournament. To start off the season, the women’s volleyball team competed in the Wheaton Invitational. The Panthers started off strong, beating Worcester State 3-0 on Friday, September 7.MICHAEL BORENSTEIN The team continued their mom...

Women’s Golf Revamps Team

By EMILY BIAN

September 13, 2018


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The Middlebury women’s golf team heads into the 2018-19 season with only six players. The Panthers graduated three players from last year’s roster, while welcoming a new first-year Panther, Maddy Cordeiro, and a junior who also plays ice hockey, Anna Zumwinkle.  Although small in number, the talen...

Cross Country Continues to Improve

By JORDAN HOWELL

September 13, 2018


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Yearly improvement seems to be the constant aim of the men’s and women’s cross country teams. Throughout the season, the Panthers are looking to improve their placements in the NESCAC and NCAA Championships. In the 2015 season, the men came in 26th and the women came in 14th at the NESCAC Championship,...

Football Looks Ahead

Football Looks Ahead

By LAUREN BOYD

September 13, 2018


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The Panther football team is vying to capture the top NESCAC spot during the 2018 season. After an impressive 7-2 run last fall, the team is relying on key returning players to place first.  In keeping with last season, the Panthers will begin their 2018 season against Wesleyan College. This year...

Women’s Tennis Hosts Season Opener on September 14

Women’s Tennis Hosts Season Opener on September 14

By NICOLE HONG

September 13, 2018


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The women’s tennis team is coming into the 2018-19 season well decorated. Not only did they finished off their 2017-18 season with a record of 17 wins, but they were also ranked 4th place nationally by the ITA and 2nd in the northeast region. Though Heather Boehm ’20, Katherine Hughes ’20 (right)...

Elias Takes Over Men’s Soccer

Elias Takes Over Men’s Soccer

By ERIK ARVIDSSON

September 13, 2018


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There’s a new man in charge of the Middlebury men’s soccer team. Last season’s assistant coach Alex Elias ’08 is taking over the program from David Saward, who retired after an illustrious 33-year career coaching the Panthers. During his time, Saward amassed a whopping 347 wins, as well as 10...

Men’s Golf Preview: The Boys are Back in Town

Men’s Golf Preview: The Boys are Back in Town

By MIGUEL ESPINOSA

September 13, 2018


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To begin the fall season, the men’s golf team will defend its own turf on September 15 and 16 as they host the Duke Nelson Invitational at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury. Other colleges competing include NESCAC rivals such as Amherst, Trinity and Williams as well as out-of-conference teams...

After NCAA Win, Men’s Tennis Returns Strong

By MIGUEL ESPINOSA

September 13, 2018


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The men’s tennis team will begin the fall season as the reigning NCAA DIII Men’s Tennis Champions. On May 23, the team defeated NESCAC rival Bowdoin College to secure the program’s third national championship and the school’s 35th title since 1995. Despite falling to Bowdoin with a 5-3 score...

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