The Middlebury Campus

Heather Boehm

Heather Boehm, Sports Editor

Heather Boehm ’20 is a sports editor. 

This is her second year as a sports editor, previously serving as a senior writer.

She is majoring in Political Science with a minor in Spanish. 

This past summer, Heather worked as a reporter for Sports Illustrated and was published on the website. She covered the 2018 NBA draft as well as miscellaneous articles about the World Cup. She also helped edit, fact-check and research for the magazine. She hopes to combine her love for writing and sports again in the near future. 

Heather is from Miami, Florida and plays on the women’s varsity tennis team. She had never seen snow until she got to Midd. She studied abroad last fall in Madrid, Spain, where she helped refine her Spanish speaking skills. She also was a tour guide during the 2017-2018 school year.

All content by HEATHER BOEHM

Women’s squash sneaks past NESCAC rivals

February 27, 2020

Women’s squash made the trek down to Yale this weekend to battle it out in the College Squash Association National Championships. Middlebury went 1–2 for the weekend, facing some of the top ranked...

The Middlebury Pranksters: The ultimate experience

The Middlebury Pranksters: The ultimate experience

February 20, 2020

Flair: a term that when spoken aloud to some means a rustic pair of good ol’ “bell bottoms.” But that would be “flare,” spelled differently. No, this “flair” is something completely different...

Women’s squash grabs 3rd at NESCAC Tournament

February 13, 2020

Women’s Squash took anything but a vacation during Feb break. The team got back on the road to face a loaded schedule, competing against top-ranked teams. The northeast tour began with a tough matchup...

Women’s squash defends national ranking during home weekend

Women’s squash defends national ranking during home weekend

January 23, 2020

Women’s squash has had its ups and downs this season, but the team was able to bounce back over the holiday weekend, going 2–1 on its home courts.  The strong performance began on Thursday, Jan....


Sports Recap

September 19, 2019
Here's our weekly roundup.


September 11, 2019

Panthers women’s volleyball is coming out swinging. Despite graduating three crucial starters, the women showed only strength and experience on the court this past weekend when they cruised past both...

Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Rachel Eldredge is the athletic trainer for four athletic teams at Middlebury.

Rachel Eldredge: Trainer, Miracle Worker, Friend

May 9, 2019

Tireless. This is just one word that describes Rachel Eldredge, the Assistant Director of Sports Medicine. She is an athletic trainer, a therapist and practically a mother to many athletes at Middlebury...

The ski patrol has helped keep skiers at the Snow Bowl safe since the group was founded in 1946.

Ski Patrol: The Unsung Heroes of the Snow Bowl

April 18, 2019

Picture this: It’s Sunday morning. You snooze your alarm three times at 11:00 before you get the courage to brave the -2-degree winds and make the journey through the snow to find the nearest open...

Casey O’Neill  ’19 scores on a free position shot.

Women’s Lacrosse Upset by Bates in Overtime

March 7, 2019

The Middlebury women’s lacrosse team took to Kohn Field with a loud home crowd behind them for the first time since last May. Ranked the second squad in the country after an exhilarating NCAA run,...

Women's Lacrosse: Champions Again

Women’s Lacrosse: Champions Again

May 9, 2018

The women’s lacrosse team earned another piece of hardware last weekend when they became the Nescac champions for the ninth time. Despite cruising past Trinity and Bowdoin in the regular season without...

michael borenstein

The women’s lacrosse team is coming into its own as the conference title chase heats up. They’ve overcome their slow starts as Saturday’s performance against Hamilton, when they scored the game’s first three goals.

Women’s Lacrosse Dominates Hamilton from the Outset; Will Host Nescac Semifinals

May 3, 2018

After having to recover from first-half deficits on consecutive weekends leading up to the Nescac playoffs, the women’s lacrosse team pledged to come out firing at the sound of the first whistle. The...

First-Years and Veterans Lead the Way to Women’s Lax Victory

May 3, 2018

After having to recover from first-half deficits on consecutive weekends leading up to the Nescac playoffs, the women’s lacrosse team pledged to come out firing at the sound of the first whistle. The...

The Comeback Kids of Women’s Lacrosse

The Comeback Kids of Women’s Lacrosse

April 25, 2018

The women’s lacrosse team loves to grind out wins in the second half, almost as much as they love keeping their fans on the edge of their seats. And, this weekend, they definitely gave their fans an...


Women’s Lacrosse Comes from Behind to Topple Conference Rivals

April 18, 2018

The women’s lacrosse team learned a valuable word this past weekend: grit. No. 8 Middlebury clawed its way back to a victory after being down by four goals to Nescac rival No. 11 Trinity twice on Saturday,...


Women’s Lacrosse Upset by Colby

April 11, 2018

The women’s lacrosse team squared off with Nescac rival Colby on Saturday, April 7, on its home turf at Kohn Field. In a hard-fought battle, No. 15 Colby thwarted two Middlebury comeback attempts...

Women’s Lacrosse Rises to No. 2

Women’s Lacrosse Rises to No. 2

March 21, 2018

Despite the Vermont cold front, with temperatures hovering in the teens all weekend, the women’s lacrosse team extended its winning streak to five games. The Panthers easily toppled Wesleyan with a dominant...

No. 4 Women’s Lacrosse Tops Camels, St. Lawrence

March 14, 2018

Coming off of a successful opening weekend, the fourth-ranked women’s lacrosse team showed no signs of slowing down as they extended their win streak last Saturday, March 10. They came out firing on...

Georgia Carroll ’18 Leads No. 4 Women’s Lacrosse in Opening Weekend Sweep

Georgia Carroll ’18 Leads No. 4 Women’s Lacrosse in Opening Weekend Sweep

March 7, 2018

The fourth-ranked women’s lacrosse team opened their season last weekend with a pair of road wins. The Panthers showed no signs of any first-game nerves against Bates in Lewiston, Maine, as they toppled...

Keating, Perticone, Carroll Ready to Lead Women’s Lacrosse

Keating, Perticone, Carroll Ready to Lead Women’s Lacrosse

February 28, 2018

With the conference playoffs of winter sports coming to a close, spring sports practices are well underway. Although the crisp Vermont weather may not be ready for women’s lacrosse to get on the outdoor...

Men’s Hockey Closes Out Season with a Draw

Men’s Hockey Closes Out Season with a Draw

February 21, 2018

Kenyon Arena was roaring with a rambunctious crowd last weekend as Middlebury fans spilled in each and every door for the last action of the 2017-18 season. In their first contest on Saturday, Feb. 17,...

Men’s Hockey’s Slump Continues

February 16, 2018

While the rest of campus enjoyed February break either in the sun or on the slopes, the men’s hockey team celebrated the competition in the rink. Middlebury earned a tie against both Conn. College on...

Men’s Hockey Splits Away Weekend

January 24, 2018

The men’s hockey team traveled to Maine seeking revenge over its Nescac rivals this past weekend. The Panthers started the weekend off strong, closing out a tight matchup over Colby 3–2 on Friday,...

Men’s Hockey Shows Signs of Brilliance

January 17, 2018

While the campus was silent over winter break, the men’s hockey team made some noise down on the ice in Kenyon Arena. In their annual Middlebury Holiday Classic, the hosts shutout St. Michael’s 4–0...

Men’s Hockey Team Notches One in the Win Column Against Tufts

December 6, 2017

The men’s hockey team journeyed to their first away matchups of the season last weekend. The Panthers were taken out by conference rival Conn. College by a score of 5–0 on Friday, Dec 1. But, the young...

The Panthers celebrate at the end of their 4–0 win over Messiah in the national championship game for their third championship in program history.

Field Hockey Wins Third National Championship

November 29, 2017

The second-ranked women’s field hockey prepared to rush the field as the final seconds of the second half counted down, giving them their third national championship in program history. The Panthers...

Rocky Start for Men’s Hockey, As They Fall to 0–4

November 29, 2017

The men’s hockey season is in full swing, with four games under the Panthers’ belts. The Panthers took to the ice on Saturday, Nov. 18, at Kenyon Arena looking to improve on last years run. With an...

Annie Leonard ’18 put Middlebury ahead of Rochester 4–0 in the second half of Sunday’s contest, with her team-leading sixteenth goal of the season.

Field Hockey Freezes No. 14 Rochester 5–0 at Kohn to Advance to NCAA Final Four

November 15, 2017

The second-ranked women’s field hockey team secured their ninth appearance to the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four after breezing through last weekend’s competition at Kohn field with a pair of dominant...

Men’s Hockey Ready to Bounce Back

November 15, 2017

The men’s hockey team will be back in action this weekend when they face two of the teams from Maine, Colby and Bowdoin, on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. and Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. Coming off a three-win...

The Panthers celebrate together on Kohn Field after making easy work of Trinity. With this victory, the program now has five Nescac titles to its name (all under head coach Katharine DeLorenzo). This marks the team’s fourth conference title in the past six seasons. Their success has earned them another no. 1 seed and home-field advantage in the NCAA Regional.

Champions Again: Field Hockey Thumps Trinity 5–0 to Claim Fifth Nescac Crown

November 8, 2017

The top-ranked Middlebury women’s field hockey team earned their fifth Nescac championship as they swept Trinity 5–0 at their home turf on Sunday, Nov. 5. This conference win grants them an automatic...

Field hockey celebrates its 4–1 win over Bates on Saturday, Oct. 28. With the win, the top-seeded Panthers move into the semfinals of the Nescac championships, where they will face seventh-seeded Bowdoin on Saturday, Nov. 4. The Panthers will host the semfinals and finals of Nescacs on Kohn Field.

Field Hockey Looks to Defend Home Turf

November 1, 2017

The second-ranked women’s field hockey team kept their winning streak alive with a 4-1 triumph over Bates this past Saturday, Oct. 28. This victory, their tenth straight, garnered the Panthers a spot...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Middlebury College's only student-run newspaper.