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...

McCarthy Offsets Slumping Offense

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Andrew Zimmermann Busy would best describe the Middlebury softball team which, making up for a late start to the season, played six games over the past week, winning one and losing five. The most recent of the double-header match-ups involved the Panthers taking one from St. Lawrence in a tight,...

Priming Newcomers, Track Readies for Stretch Run

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April 16, 2002


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Author: Erich Kahner As the dreary winter months came to an end this weekend, the clouds parted allowing sun to shine down on Middlebury and spring to finally commence. Along with the trees and flowers, the Middlebury track team began to blossom last Saturday at the Williams Relays with many breakout pe...

Three-Win Week Sets Men's Tennis on the Road to Nationals

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Scott Palmer The Middlebury men's tennis team took three giant steps towards their goal of making it to Division III Nationals this past week, defeating regional foes Skidmore, Bowdoin and Connecticut College.Against Skidmore, the Panthers quickly grabbed the doubles point behind wins from junior...

Amherst Waters Give Crew Countercurrents

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Ashley Elpern In the second race of the season, the Middlebury crew team faced NESCAC foes Amherst and Bowdoin on the Connecticut River last Saturday, battling both the teams and the currents of the river in the shortened 1,800-meter race.The highlight of the day came with the novice women's...

Women's Lax Disposes of Challengers With Ease

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Kate Nerenberg On Saturday, the women's lacrosse team picked up win number eight, remaining undefeated, in a 16-4 spanking of Bowdoin College. Middlebury handed the Polar Bears their second loss of the season en route to their sixth NESCAC victory. The team is still ranked on top in the nati...

Perfect Timing in Conrad's No-hitter

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Andrew Zimmermann Middlebury baseball had to combat April showers as the team went 1-2 this week, with one game being postponed due to rain on Saturday. The Panthers sit third in the NESCAC West division and must work hard in the coming weeks to make up the two and a half games that stand betwe...

THE INSIDE STORY Sports Spring Eternal

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: David Lindholm It's an exciting time of the year for sports. We're well into spring at this point (Tuesday's weather even showed us a glimpse of summer), and everyone is outside. A walk across Battell Beach now means dodging Frisbees and golf balls, soccer balls, footballs and people littered ac...

Women's Tennis Faulty, Tourney Nears

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Els Van Woert It is the home stretch for Middlebury women's tennis as the spring is well upon us, and with it, NESCAC playoff time. Middlebury will host the division tournament this upcoming weekend and have a go at a chance to compete in NCAAs. This spring has brought many successes, learnin...

Pranksters Look to Peak as Regionals and Sectionals Approach

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Andrew Zimmermann It is common knowledge that the Middlebury ultimate frisbee team peaks towards the end of the season. With that in mind the next few weeks should bring strong play and strong results, as last weekend at Yale it was the latter that was lacking. With Western New England Sectionals ...

Bowdoin Shocker Sends Renewed Intensity Into Men's Lax

By Middlebury Campus

April 16, 2002


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Author: Nick Ferrer After cruising through the first half of the season and just days after blowing away a tough Tufts team 17-6, the men's lacrosse team finally met its match in Maine. On Saturday, the nation's top-ranked Panthers found themselves in an unfamiliar situation when they took the fiel...

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