Middlebury Golf Team Looks to Spring Forward

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001


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Author: Luke Coppedge Staff Editor Despite the loss of senior stalwart Jon Carr to graduation, the Middlebury golf team put together another fine fall season. Third year veteran Damon Gacicia '02 stepped up to fill the leadership void as he captained the team to strong early-season finishes at the Duke...

One for the Ages

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001


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Author: Daniel Prepas Sports Editor I think it's safe to say that this World Series was one of the greatest ever. From start to finish, this World Series was simply incredible. The pitching match-ups were about as good as they get. Both Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling redefined the term "big-game p...

Middlebury Men's Soccer Advances to Final, Falls to Williams

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001


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Author: David Lindholm Assistant News Editor After knocking off Goliath last week in the regular season, Coach Dave Saward's men were unable to come away with another win against Williams, as the Ephs pounded Middlebury 5-1 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference Championship (NESCAC) ga...

Disaster Thwarted, Intramural Football Playoffs Begin

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: Matt Waxman Staff Writer Spring forward, fall back? Spring back, fall forward? Due to the confusion over the hour time difference caused by daylight savings time, the intramural football playoffs were in serious danger of being cancelled or, at the very least, postponed. In the end, league...

Volleyball on a Roll for Tournament

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor The Middlebury Women's Volleyball team could not have asked for a better week going into the Nee England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament. The Panthers lost only two games en route to a 4-0 week, sending visiting teams packing for...

What Am I Talking About?

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: Daniel Prepas Sports Editor "Now I'm not a bettin' man, but thanks to this season, I never will be." If you remember that these were the words from my assistant editor's column last week, I must apologize. It must have been somewhat nostalgic though, like back in the days of 3rd grade newsp...

Football Comes Through In Fine Fashion for Homecoming

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: Neil Onsdorff Staff Writer For those of you who were unable to catch this past weekend's game, there is only one thing to say — unfortunate (although your cardiologist might be pleased). Hard-hitting, heart-stopping, with the Panthers the ultimate victor — all one might want for a harve...

Field Hockey Ends Season with Shocking Loss

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: Emily Berlanstein Staff Writer In a league as competitive as the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), any team has the potential emerge victorious on a given day, regardless of its regular season record. Unfortunately for the Panthers, Saturday was simply not their day. ...

Crew Team Finishes Season Satisfied

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: Elizabeth Beetem Staff Writer The Middlebury Crew team traveled to the Head of the Fish regatta in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. this past Saturday. The novice and varsity teams rowed an impressive 12 boats. This was both the first and last race of the season for the novice teams. Coach Machi and ...

The Inside Story

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor I had just come in from the sub-zero temperatures of the tundra where they played the NESCAC men's soccer quarterfinals, and I saw that the common room in my hall was packed full of burly, unshaven men. This could have meant only one thing; it was Sund...

Men's Soccer Stuns Williams in Overtime Thriller

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor Williams came into Saturday's match with a record of 13 wins, no ties, no losses. They had scored 52 goals and allowed 10. Alex Blake, their leading scorer, had scored 22 goals and had nine assists, leading the New England Small College Athletic Conference ...

Women's Soccer Falls Short of NESCAC Title

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001


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Author: Jeremy Shakun Sports Editor Women's soccer traveled to Williams last Saturday to play Amherst in the semifinals of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Tournament. The Panthers came into Saturday's game with an 11-4 record after going on a four-game winning streak in t...

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