Ski Team the Feature Attraction in Middlebury Winter Tradition

By Middlebury Campus

February 19, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Andrew Zimmermann Alpine Team to ChallengeThe Middlebury ski team is inching closer towards its goal. Last week the team as a whole finished just 10.5 points behind Dartmouth in second place. This weekend marks the Middlebury Carnival, the last race before the NCAA National Championships in Alaska...

Amidst Adversity Men's Hoops Downed by Ephs

By Middlebury Campus

February 19, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Daniel Russel The Middlebury College men's basketball team traveled to Williamstown, Mass. on Saturday to play highly-touted Williams College in a do-or-die matchup. Williams boasted the best record in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), and the game would either end ...

Women's Hoops Christens Renovated Pepin With First Playoff Win

By Middlebury Campus

February 19, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Emily Berlanstein The excitement of the Middlebury women's basketball team was certainly visible to the Middlebury community this week: rookies sport shirts advertising game times, posters adorning the doors of Proctor Hall and team members focusing, excited, and a little anxious for Tuesday...

Nordic Team Finds Midseason Groove

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Andrew Zimmermann The Middlebury nordic ski team is skating on a fast ski these days as it along with the alpine team has finished a solid third place in the last two carnivals. While the team has found its niche behind the giants of the University of Vermont (UVM) and Dartmouth College and ahead o...

Panther Hockey Bites Cadets, Retains Status as Nation's Best

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Peter Yordan Bill Beaney's 300th win as head coach of the Middlebury men's hockey team couldn't have been any sweeter as the team exorcized its lone demon with a convincing 3-1 victory over Norwich College Tuesday night. The team, which suffered its only loss of the season to Norwich in November...

Middlebury Presense Strong in Winter Olympics Former Students Compete With International Field

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Andrew Zimmermann On the world stage of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, tiny Middlebury College can claim three of the world-class athletes as its own. Just three years ago Andrew Johnson was skating along at Bread Loaf for the nordic ski team while Hedda Berntsen was scorchi...

In Minnesota, Women's Puck at Home in Two Convincing Wins

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Kate Nerenberg The Panther women's hockey team had its work cut out for itself last week, despite the rest of the school enjoying February break. They faced and beat four tough opponents on the road. In Minnesota, the Panthers handed Gustavus Adolphus College a 5-1 loss and hammered Augsburg Co...

Proven Squash Squad to Howe Cup, Final Test

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Alison Hertel Middlebury took all three of its matches at the Mount Holyoke/Smith Invitational Feb. 1-2. On Feb. 1, it swept Mount Holyoke College 9-0. The next day its success continued in the defeat of Tufts University 6-3 and Vassar College 6-3. Newcomer Holly Haertel '05 had a 3-0 weekend a...

Hockey Brushes NESCAC Foes Aside

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Peter Yordan The Middlebury men's hockey team withstood a hungry phalanx of in-league opponents over February break to clinch the number one conference spot and with it the right to host the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament. Entering the home stretch of the regu...

Men's Basketball Outlasts Wesleyan in Double OT

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Daniel Russel Two thrilling Panther victories were sandwiched by disappointing losses as the men's basketball team went 2-2 in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play. The four games were indicative of the team's season, as the Panthers showed poise in a double-overtime victory ove...

Crazy Eight Straight for Women's Hoop

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: Emily Berlanstein As it approaches tournament time, the Middlebury women's basketball team has shifted into high gear, winning eight straight games. Its goal at this point in the season is to stay focused and maintain momentum. Head Coach Noreen Pecsok has been known to quote Aristotle, "you are wh...

THE INSIDE STORY Olympics, Brought to You By NBC

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


Filed under Sports

Author: David Lindholm The suspense is building. How do we know? Well, Bob Costas tells us that the suspense is building. The National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) is leading up to the final of a competition by running a few human interest stories, interviews and plenty of commercials. It's sport...

Middlebury College's only student-run newspaper.
Sports