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Jack Kagan

Jack Kagan, Sports Editor

Jack Kagan '20 is a sports editor

Kagan previously served as a writer for the sports section, focusing on the men’s tennis team.

Kagan is studying International Politics and Economics at Middlebury and is a member of the varsity squash team. This past summer, he worked as a marketing analyst intern at an ad-tech startup, Adwerx, in Durham, North Carolina. Kagan studied abroad in the fall of 2018 in Bordeaux, France, taking political science courses at L'Institut d’études politiques de Bordeaux.


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Women’s squash back in top 15 ahead of nationals

February 20, 2020

The women’s squash team is hitting their stride at the right time. As the Panthers head down to Yale University for the CSA Team Championships this weekend, February 21-23, they benefit from the most...

Athletes from abroad: what brings them here?

Athletes from abroad: what brings them here?

February 13, 2020

The first time Ruhi Kamdar ’22 came to Middlebury, Vermont was for her first-year orientation. A tennis player from Singapore, she had never seen her new home before. But equipped with her rackets,...

The end of JV sports

September 19, 2019
As of the beginning of this school year, the College's Athletics Department has decided to close down the junior varsity sports program.

Sports Recap

September 19, 2019
Here's our weekly roundup.
Phin Choukas ’22 tied for ninth place in last year’s Nescacc Championship.

Men’s golf ready to tee off

September 12, 2019

Middlebury men’s golf kicks off their fall season this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 14–Sunday, Sept. 15, as the hosts of the Duke Nelson Invitational. The team returns to the Ralph Myre Golf Course...

Men’s Tennis

Men’s Tennis

September 11, 2019

The Middlebury men’s tennis team is entering the 2019 fall season having lost a class of four seniors, including standouts Lubo Cuba ’19 and Noah Farrell ’19. Cuba and Farrell had career winning...

After winning NESCACs, the men’s tennis team looks to defend their National Championship title.

Men’s Tennis Flips the Script, Wins NESCAC Title at Home

May 9, 2019

The men’s tennis team, seeded No. 3 in the NESCAC Tournament, capped off an impressive weekend on Sunday with their second upset of the tournament as they shut down top seed Amherst on the Proctor...

Peter Martin ’19 has posted an overall 21-9 record for the 2018-2019 season and has gone 5-3 in NESCACs.

Men’s Tennis Falls to No. 4 Amherst

May 2, 2019

Middlebury narrowly fell short on Saturday to No. 4 Amherst, who have been on a tear this season and have locked up the No. 1 seed for the NESCAC tournament which starts tomorrow. The Panthers can...

Senior captain Lubomir Cuba reaches a low shot.

Men’s Tennis’ New Energy Proves Successful Takes Weekend vs. Tufts and Williams

April 25, 2019

The men’s tennis team returned from a trip to Maine with solid wins against NESCAC foes Bates and No. 4 Bowdoin. The win came at a critical moment, after the Panthers dropped to No. 8 in the national...

Nate Eazor ’21 hits a backhand during the match against No. 18 Tufts, bringing the team to a 6-3 victory.

Men’s Tennis Takes Weekend vs. Tufts and Williams

April 18, 2019

After tough losses to No. 3 Emory and No. 5 Wesleyan, Panther men’s tennis stormed back in a big way last weekend with a nailbiter win over No. 10 Williams, in addition to a 6-3 victory over No....

Lubomir Cuba ’19 hits a backhand shot during the April 7 match against Emory.

Men’s Tennis Struggles Over Weekend, Goes 1-2

April 11, 2019

After starting the season 7-0, the Panthers are coming off of a tough stretch, winning two matches and losing five since March 25. This past weekend the Panthers fell to steadily improving No. 7 Wesleyan...

Doubles partners Alex Vanezis ’20 and Peter Martin ’19 high-five after taking the lead.

Men’s Tennis Heads Into Spring Break Undefeated

March 21, 2019

The defending national champion Panthers in tennis remain undefeated after a home weekend during which they beat two ranked opponents in No. 10 Brandeis and No. 33 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.  Brandeis...

Captain Lubomir Cuba ’19 fires off a serve at the Nelson Recreation Arena.

Men’s Tennis Begins National Title Defense with Two Shutout Wins

March 14, 2019

The defending Division III National Champion Panthers got back in action on Saturday for the first time this spring against Hamilton and No. 26 Skidmore.  Despite their championship run last spring,...

May Madness: Men’s Tennis to Host NCAA Regional

May 9, 2018

The men’s tennis team went into the Nescac playoffs as the hottest team in the country. Newly minted as the top-ranked team in the nation, the Panthers had not lost a match since April 7. Even though...

A Target on Their Backs: Men’s Tennis Enters Postseason as No. 1 Team in the Country

May 3, 2018

Just days after the new ITA Division III rankings came out, new national No. 1 Middlebury men’s tennis ended the regular season on Sunday, April 29 with a dominant 7–2 win over Nescac championship...

A Target on Their Backs: Men’s Tennis Enters Postseason as No. 1 Team in the Country

May 3, 2018

Just days after the new ITA Division III rankings came out, new national No. 1 Middlebury men’s tennis ended the regular season on Sunday, April 29 with a dominant 7–2 win over Nescac championship...

Men’s Tennis Beats No. 1 Emory, Making Case For Top ITA Ranking

April 25, 2018

Middlebury men’s tennis made a convincing case for the top spot of the national polls by defeating No. 1 and defending national champion Emory during a weekend trip to Connecticut, where the Panthers...

Ready or Not, Here They Come

April 18, 2018

The sixth-ranked men’s tennis team stunned previously undefeated No. 2 Bowdoin on Saturday, April 14, dismantling the Polar Bears 8–1 in the Nelson Recreation Center. They showed no mercy on their...

Men’s Tennis Splits Weekend in Massachusetts

April 11, 2018

Travelling south to Massachusetts to take on No. 5 Williams and No. 15 Tufts for their first matches since spring break, the men’s tennis team had a lot to be excited about. For one, Williams recently...

Injuries Continue to Nag Men’s Tennis After Spring Trip

April 4, 2018

The men’s tennis team is coming off a bevy of west coast matches, playing seven matches in six days. The Panthers went 5–2 on the week in the Golden State, losing tight contests to DII Azusa Pacific...

No. 4 Men’s Tennis Has Winning Road Trip

March 21, 2018

The men’s tennis team is coming off of another successful weekend after a recent shake-up atop the Oracle ITA Division III National Rankings. Despite their hot start, the Panthers have moved down...

No. 3 Men’s, No. 4 Women’s Tennis Teams Start Strong, Sights Firmly Set on National Titles

March 14, 2018

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams started the spring season on a high note last weekend, Saturday, March 10, and Sunday, March 11. And both teams have a lot to be excited about in 2018. The...

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