Golf Team Primed After Short Spring

By Middlebury Campus

April 30, 2002


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Author: Jeff Martin The Panther golf team culminated its two-match spring schedule this past Saturday with a strong fourth place finish at the District One Shootout, hosted at the Taconic Golf Course in Williamstown, Mass. The Shootout was confined to a single-day event after inclement weather cance...

Flawless Season Under Belt, Lax Eyes a White Mule Whipping

By Middlebury Campus

April 30, 2002


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Author: Kate Nerenberg With two NESCAC wins last week, the Middlebury women's lacrosse team ended the regular season without a loss. More importantly, though, they secured the top seed for the upcoming NESCAC tournament, to be held at Middlebury due to the team's success. In their last regular season home...

Ruggers Leave Nationals With Pride

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Dan Russel The Middlebury College Rugby Club returned to the campus thoroughly exhausted and with a profound sense of victory and accomplishment after traveling down to Jonesville, Ark. to play Stanford in the National Championship quarterfinals on Saturday. Under the most unforgiving conditions ...

In Softball's Finest Week, Outcome Still Bittersweet

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Andrew Zimmermann The Middlebury softball team left little to chance this past week by playing its best ball of the season going 4-2 in a race to make the NESCAC postseason. Megan McCarthy '05, the team's stopper, who had pitched in every Panther win coming into the week, got some needed help...

Women's Ultimate Holds Key Role in 'Disc' Culture on Campus

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Jen Bloomer An important part of the Middlebury College ultimate frisbee team has gone relatively unheralded of late — the women. After losing the game that would have sent it to Nationals last year by 2 points to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Lady Pranksters have contin...

Tennis Swept Away, Ephs Clean Up at NESCACs

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Els Van Woert It was an exhibition of some the best women collegiate players in the nation this weekend as Middlebury hosted the 11-team NESCAC tennis playoffs. Once again, Williams proved its dominance with a sweep of the three singles and three doubles brackets (earning 35 points) of the tour...

Crew Team Topples UVM With Four Wins

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Ashley Elpern It was a winning weekend for the Middlebury crew team at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass., with four first places between the women's teams and both men's teams turning in solid performances, just one week before the New England Four's Championship.The varsity women showed th...

Golf Pulls Third Out of Bag in Spring Opener

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Jeff Martin The Panther golf team finally knocked the dust off their bags this past weekend to commence their grueling spring schedule. The team shot an inspiring 311 to finish third at the Williams Spring Challenge, held at the Taconic Golf Course.On Sunday, the best golfers from Middlebury...

Men's Tennis Makes History, Ends 30-Year Lord Jeff Curse

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Scott Palmer Last Saturday the Middlebury men's tennis team faced the Amherst Lord Jeffs in a NESCAC showdown with post-season implications for both teams. Tennis records showed that the Panthers had not defeated the Lord Jeffs in the past 30 years, and possibly even beyond that. Nevertheles...

Lax All Business in Two Open-and-Shut Victories

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Karen Nerenberg This past week, the Middlebury women's lacrosse team improved to 10-0 with two wins over non-conference opponent University of Vermont (UVM) and NESCAC challenger Trinity College. The Panthers overcame UVM by a score of 17-3 and topped the Bantams, 16-9.Earlier in the week, against UV...

With Full Plate, Baseball Gets a Taste of Success

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: David Lindholm A busy stretch for the baseball team ended on Tuesday as the team held on for a 6-5 victory at Forbes Field over Skidmore. In the week before Tuesday's game, the Panthers had played five games, including four against NESCAC foes, and came away with two wins. The Panthers now own a r...

Track Ahead of the Field With Emphatic Finish

By Middlebury Campus

April 23, 2002


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Author: Erich Kahner Throughout the long track season, which has stretched as far as November for some people, resilience has been the key for the Panther tracksters. The team has had to deal with many injuries, including an inimical epidemic of IT band inflammations. From Friday to Monday, nature bore...

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