Field Hockey Crowned NESCAC Champions

Field Hockey Crowned NESCAC Champions

By CAROLINE BARTLETT

November 8, 2018


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The Middlebury field hockey team was out to win this weekend, defeating both Trinity and Tufts to win the NESCAC Championship for the second year in a row. This is the sixth title in program history and the fifth in the last seven years.  On Saturday, the Panthers knocked Trinity out of the s...

Women’s Soccer Scores Fourth NESCAC Championship in History

Women’s Soccer Scores Fourth NESCAC Championship in History

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 8, 2018


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After an incredible season, the Panthers’ visible hard work and fighting spirit culminated in the ultimate reward: NESCAC champs. Middlebury women’s soccer held a 13-1-1 record heading into playoffs last week — a tremendous record unmatched in Middlebury women’s soccer history. A ...

Football Brings Home the Old Rocking Chair

Football Brings Home the Old Rocking Chair

By LAUREN BOYD

November 8, 2018


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The Panther football team took home a big win against the Hamilton Continentals this weekend, pulling off a 35-17 victory in the Old Rocking Chair Classic. Not only did the Panthers improve their Old Rocking Chair Classic record, beating the Continentals 31 out of their 39 meetings all-time, but they al...

Middlebury Reacts to Red Sox World Series Victory

Middlebury Reacts to Red Sox World Series Victory

By JUSTIN CELEBI

November 8, 2018


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Boston has another sports title to add to its collection. On Oct. 28, Chris Sale blew a slider past a flailing Manny Machado to win the 2018 World Series for the Boston Red Sox. It was a fitting end to a dominant season, and many fans agree that this very well could be the best Red Sox team of all...

Men’s Soccer Receives NCAA Tournament Bid

Men’s Soccer Receives NCAA Tournament Bid

November 8, 2018


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Field Hockey Defeats Tufts for Second Consecutive NESCAC Championship

Field Hockey Defeats Tufts for Second Consecutive NESCAC Championship

By BENJY RENTON

November 4, 2018


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After a three hour rain delay against Trinity during the NESCAC semifinals on November 3, the field hockey team won its second consecutive NESCAC championship and seventh in program history, defeating Tufts 1-0 at home. The top seed in the NESCAC tournament, the Panthers will receive an automatic b...

Quidditch Heads to Texas for Nationals

Quidditch Heads to Texas for Nationals

November 1, 2018


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Dancing in the Rain, Field Hockey Crushes Colby 5-2

Dancing in the Rain, Field Hockey Crushes Colby 5-2

By CAROLINE BARTLETT

November 1, 2018


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After a decisive victory on Saturday, the field hockey team advances to the NESCAC semifinals, where they take on fifth-ranked Trinity at home.  Middlebury got off to a great start against Colby, scoring three goals in the first half. Less than four minutes into the game, senior Grace Jennin...

Who Runs the World? Women’s Cross Country

Who Runs the World? Women’s Cross Country

By JORDAN HOWELL

November 1, 2018


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 After weeks of training, the championship season has finally arrived. The men’s and women’s cross country teams started off this final stretch of the season with the NESCAC Championships on Saturday, Oct. 27.   Before NESCACs the teams were excited for the upcoming challenge. Theo Henders...

Men’s Soccer Hopes for NCAA Bid After Williams Loss

Men’s Soccer Hopes for NCAA Bid After Williams Loss

By ERIK ARVIDSSON

November 1, 2018


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Last Tuesday, the Middlebury men’s soccer team crushed Williams 2-0 in its final regular-season game. This set up a NESCAC quarterfinal matchup in Middlebury this past Saturday, Oct. 27. The third-seeded Panthers welcomed the sixth-seeded Ephs to Vermont during treacherous nor’easter conditions. Th...

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