Swimming & Diving Defeats Union by 100+ Points

By ANNA WOOD

January 24, 2019


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On the road last Saturday, the swimming and diving teams conquered Union by an overwhelming 194-87 on the women’s side and 190-76 on the men’s side.  The women’s team beat Union to the wall in 11 out of the 15 events that day. The 200 medley relay quartet of Frances Vandermeer ’20, Erin ...

Men’s Hockey Faces Tough Loss but Overcome with Big Win

Men’s Hockey Faces Tough Loss but Overcome with Big Win

By JENNY LANGERMAN

January 24, 2019


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The Panthers finish the week with split results; Friday’s game against Colby brought a tough 4-3 loss, while hard work on Saturday culminated in an important 6-3 win over Bowdoin. Middlebury’s future held much uncertainty as the Panthers began the weekend’s matchups. Both Colby and Bowdoin ar...

Women’s Basketball Dominates as Starters Double Up

Women’s Basketball Dominates as Starters Double Up

By LAUREN BOYD

January 24, 2019


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The most recent NESCAC women’s basketball rankings place the Middlebury Panthers in third out of the 11 teams, behind Amherst and Bowdoin, after beating the Williams Ephs 76-62 last Saturday. The Panthers move to an overall 15-2 record, 4-1 in the NESCAC conference.  Williams is ranked in a three-way...

Men’s Basketball Scores Back-to-Back Wins

Men’s Basketball Scores Back-to-Back Wins

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

January 24, 2019


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The Middlebury men’s basketball team pulled off its second straight win of the week, knocking off No. 3 Williams in a NESCAC contest this past Saturday, Jan. 19. Middlebury led Williams 47-31 nearly five minutes into the game, and concluded with a 12-point, 80-66 victory.  Co-captain Hilal Dahleh ’...

Individual Performances Highlighted at Winterfell

Individual Performances Highlighted at Winterfell

By JORDAN HOWELL

January 24, 2019


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    The Middlebury Winterfell took place this past weekend on Saturday, Jan. 19 on home turf.  The team continued its strong start with bold performances from both the men and the women. “The team’s goal right now is the same as every year, I feel.  To get as many people to qualify for champio...

Panthers Prove Prowess at UNH Carnival

By CECELIA SCHEUER

January 24, 2019


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The Middlebury alpine ski team competed in its second carnival race of the season this past weekend at the University of New Hampshire, getting a taste of both heartbreak and sweet victory across the roster. The Panthers finished with 738 points, placing third overall behind Dartmouth (986 points) and...

Women’s Squash: Ups & Downs

Women’s Squash: Ups & Downs

By EMILY BIAN

January 24, 2019


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Halfway through a jam-packed Winter Term, the women’s squash team is pushing through its season with full force. The Panthers had their last home game of the month this past Thursday against Hamilton, where they swept the team with a 9-0 score, picking up their sixth consecutive win. The 15th-ranke...

Men’s Squash is Still Servin’ Heat

By ANN MARTIN SKELLY

January 24, 2019


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The 18th-ranked Middlebury men’s squash team entered this past weekend with a strong five-match winning streak against several top-tier teams before playing against Hamilton and Brown. The Panthers took advantage of this momentum on Thursday at home and claimed a 9-0 victory over Hamilton. John Epley...

Women’s Hockey: Power Moves Only

Women’s Hockey: Power Moves Only

By BRIANNA LIPP

January 17, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team beat the Utica College Pioneers 4-3 on Saturday, Dec. 8 before taking off for winter break. Goals by Katie Hargrave ’22, Madie Leidt ’21, and Katherine Jackson ’19 lifted the Panthers to a 3-0 lead in the first period. Utica’s Lexi Stanisewski got the Pi...

Despite Losses, Women’s Basketball Holds Impressive Record

Despite Losses, Women’s Basketball Holds Impressive Record

By LAUREN BOYD

January 17, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s basketball team has improved to a 13-2 record, losing only one of those battles to conference competition. Though both losses have come in recent games, the overall successful start to the season will propel the Panthers into championship season. Forward Vanessa Young ’20 ac...

Women’s Squash Stomps NESCAC Foes

Women’s Squash Stomps NESCAC Foes

By EMILY BIAN

January 17, 2019


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After returning from nearly a month long break, the women’s squash team is back in full swinging with five wins under their belt. First up in their busy schedule, the 15th-ranked Panthers battled 13th-ranked Williams at home, winning 6-3. The team went on to defeat Amherst (7-2), Bowdoin (8-0), Co...

Men’s Basketball Splits Weekend

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

January 17, 2019


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The men’s basketball team was on the road this past weekend, competing against two NESCAC rivals on Jan. 11 and 12. Coming hot off of a 20-point win against Widener University on Tuesday, Jan. 8, Middlebury pulled off a 100-93 victory over Bates on Friday. However, the Panthers fell to Tufts by two poi...

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