Photos of the Week: Middlebury Enjoys First Winter Tracks at Snow Bowl

Photos of the Week: Middlebury Enjoys First Winter Tracks at Snow Bowl

By BENJY RENTON

December 6, 2018


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BENJY RENTON BENJY RENTON BENJY RENTON BENJY RENTON The Middlebury College Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center officially opened for the season on Saturday, Nov. 24. This past weekend brought students and faculty members of all ages to the slopes for the first round of winter skiing. Last week...

Men’s Basketball is Dropping Bucket After Bucket

Men’s Basketball is Dropping Bucket After Bucket

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

December 6, 2018


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After an 83-37 victory in its home opener in Pepin Gymnasium, the Middlebury men’s basketball team propelled itself to five more wins, only suffering one recent loss this past Saturday. The Panthers remain 12th-ranked and continue with momentum, having yet to host or visit another NESCAC team.  Middlebury improved to 4-0 on the se...

Men’s Hockey on Fire (and Ice)

Men’s Hockey on Fire (and Ice)

By JENNY LANGERMAN

December 6, 2018


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Men’s hockey had a winning weekend on home turf, crushing both its conference opponents. The Panthers first hosted the Connecticut College Camels on Friday, Nov. 30 at Kenyon Arena, managing to score at least once in all three periods of play. Goals came from Mike Fahie ’21, John Scala ’22, Co...

Men’s Squash: Rookies Make Their Mark

Men’s Squash: Rookies Make Their Mark

By ANN MARTIN SKELLY

December 6, 2018


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The 20th-ranked men’s squash team came out with a bang for their first weekend of the season with a tightly contested 5-4 loss against 10th-ranked Navy. Compared to their 9-0 loss to Navy last winter, the squad appeared to show massive improvement. Some of their points came from a speedy three-game wi...

Women’s Soccer Falls to Williams in First National Championship Final

Women’s Soccer Falls to Williams in First National Championship Final

By BENJY RENTON

December 1, 2018


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In a tense 1-1 game by the end of two overtime periods, the women's soccer team was defeated by the Williams Ephs 3-2 in penalty kicks in the NCAA Division III championship. This was the first championship appearance of the Panthers in program history. The previous day, on November 30, the Panthers defeated the WashU Be...

Women’s Soccer Sails to National Championship

Women’s Soccer Sails to National Championship

By BENJY RENTON

November 30, 2018


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The third-ranked women's soccer team defeated top-ranked and undefeated Washington University-St. Louis (WashU) in a 1-0 win at the NCAA Division III semifinals in Greensboro, North Carolina. Advancing to the championship game Williams, this will be the first championship appearance in the program's history. The team's ...

Women’s Soccer Scores Spot in NCAA Final Four

Women’s Soccer Scores Spot in NCAA Final Four

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 29, 2018


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With a tough 1-0 win over Misericordia University on Nov. 18 and a goal scored by Ellie Greenberg ’20, the women’s soccer team moves onto the semifinal game this Friday in the NCAA championship tournament in Greensboro, N.C. Middlebury will face the Washington University Bears in St. Louis to compete for a spot in the final ch...

Women’s Basketball Firing on All Cylinders

Women’s Basketball Firing on All Cylinders

By LAUREN BOYD

November 29, 2018


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The Middlebury women’s basketball team started off their season with three decisive wins against Lasell, Springfield and Castleton, as they outscored their opponents 218 to 130. Moving forward, the Panthers are creating a formula for success, which they hope to improve upon as they advance in their sea...

Men’s Basketball Has High Hoops Hopes

Men’s Basketball Has High Hoops Hopes

By PORTER BOWMAN

November 29, 2018


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Following an exit in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen last season, the Middlebury men’s basketball team will look to make a serious run for a NESCAC crown and another NCAA tournament appearance in this year’s campaign.  The Panthers certainly took a hit with the graduation of All-American Jack Daly ’1...

Men’s Hockey: Living Up to the Legacy?

Men’s Hockey: Living Up to the Legacy?

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 29, 2018


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Last year, the Middlebury men’s hockey team seemed to stumble through their season, falling well short of a winning season with a 4-17-3 record. This year, however, it seems the Panthers are ready to retaliate and to come back proving they’re better than ever. The 2017-2018 season “was diffi...

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