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Although freshman midfielder Bella Di Benedetto proudly wears number eight as a Panther, she is pictured above playing for her high school, Phillips Academy Andover.

Freshman of the Week: Bella Di Benedetto ’24

December 3, 2020
Read about first year soccer player Bella Di Benedetto and her experience as a student and athlete during a semester like no other.
Will Jernigan ’21, one of several athletes taking time off this semester, embraces head coach Bob Ritter on the field after a game.

Athletes on leave turn to future seasons

September 24, 2020
Fall athletes on leave this semester reflect on their experiences so far and look ahead to future seasons.
Will Jernigan ’21 is one of many athletes who chose not to return to campus this year. Jernigan is pictured above in the October 12, 2019 game against Colby.

Life looks different and so does the student body: Athletes on leave

September 10, 2020
Without collegiate competition this fall due to Covid-19, some Middlebury student-athletes have chosen to take time off.
Women’s soccer shows up for Fall Family Weekend

Women’s soccer shows up for Fall Family Weekend

October 3, 2019
Recap of Women's soccer during fall family weekend
Women’s Soccer

Women’s Soccer

September 11, 2019

Women’s soccer is hoping to feed off the momentum of a whirlwind 2018 season and come into this season at the top of their game. The Panthers rounded out last season with a NESCAC title and NCAA Final...

The women’s soccer team celebrates after claiming the NCAA regional title last year.

Allez les Bleus: Women’s Soccer Heads to France

May 9, 2019

Even after a triumphant, whirlwind of a 2018 season, Middlebury Women’s Soccer has no plans of stopping now. In fact, they are more motivated than ever to protect their legacy, and will start with...

Wesleyan Defeats Men’s Hockey in Quarterfinals

March 7, 2019

The men’s hockey team finished up their season on Saturday, February 23 with a 1-4 loss to Wesleyan in the 2019 NESCAC Championship quarterfinals. Despite a tough loss, this was the first time the Panthers...

Men’s Hockey Falls to Amherst

February 21, 2019

Men’s hockey finished up its regular season with a tough 4-1 loss at Amherst this past Saturday, Feb. 16. Just the day before, the Panthers went into overtime away at Hamilton to end up with a tie at...

Men’s Hockey Backs into Familiar Slump

February 14, 2019

Men’s hockey seems to have hit a rough patch in its overall impressive season. Out of the past five games, the Panthers have come up with two ties, three loses and zero wins.  Despite the feeling...

Alex Heinritz ’21 scored a goal in the second period against Colby on Friday, Jan. 18.

Men’s Hockey Faces Tough Loss but Overcome with Big Win

January 24, 2019

The Panthers finish the week with split results; Friday’s game against Colby brought a tough 4-3 loss, while hard work on Saturday culminated in an important 6-3 win over Bowdoin. Middlebury’s...

Owen Powers ’20 and Zach Shapiro ’22 fight for the puck against Tufts on Dec. 1.

Men’s Hockey Remains Steady, Looks to Double Header

January 17, 2019

The men’s hockey team is staying competitive as they head into the brunt of their season matchups. A recent win against Plattsburgh leaves the team holding a 6-6-1 record at week seven. This fairly...

Spencer Cage ’19 is one of four seniors leading the men’s hockey team this season.

Men’s Hockey on Fire (and Ice)

December 6, 2018

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...

Goalie Ursula Alwang '20 celebrates after the women's soccer team wins on the way to the NCAA Final Four.

Women’s Soccer Scores Spot in NCAA Final Four

November 29, 2018

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...

Brett Dineen ’20 focuses on advancing the puck against Hamilton. The Panthers battled the Continentals last season on Feb. 17, 2018.

Men’s Hockey: Living Up to the Legacy?

November 29, 2018

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...

The Panthers, led by Sarah DiCenso ’19, storm the field after advancing in the NCAA Tournament.

Women’s Soccer Takes Home NCAA Regional Title

November 15, 2018

This past weekend, Middlebury women’s soccer hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, beating out Maine Farmington and Ithaca College to keep its season alive. The Panthers’ first-round...

The women’s soccer team is all smiles after winning the NESCAC Championship on Nov. 4.

Women’s Soccer Scores Fourth NESCAC Championship in History

November 8, 2018

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...

Eliza Robinson ’21 scored the only goal this past Saturday, edging a win against Bowdoin in the NESCAC quarterfinal.

Women’s Soccer Dribbles Toward Victory, Heads to NESCAC Semifinal

November 1, 2018

  The women’s soccer team started off its drive to the NESCAC championship with a win in the quarterfinals last Saturday, Oct. 27 against the Bowdoin Polar Bears.  Despite unpleasant...

Sabrina Glaser ’20 tracks the ball down the field against Bates on Saturday. Glaser scored the first goal of the game.

Women’s Soccer Finishes Season Second in NESCAC

October 25, 2018

Middlebury women’s soccer fought valiantly in the final stretch of the season, and suffered the team’s first loss of the season with Tuesday’s final game against Williams. The Panthers managed...

Cate Wagner ’22 faces off against Bowdoin on Sept. 22.

Women’s Soccer Kicks Away the Competition

October 4, 2018

The Middlebury women’s soccer team finished this past weekend’s doubleheader with another impeccable winning record, bringing their season record to a whopping nine wins — and no losses. The Panthers...

Riley Kinum ’22 plays against Bowdoin on Sept. 22.

Women’s Soccer Keeps The Streak Alive

September 27, 2018

The Panthers came out of another weekend with a 2-0 record, keeping their season-long winning streak alive. Last Saturday, Sept. 22, Middlebury hosted the Bowdoin Bears for the first game of their weekend...

Sabrina Glaser ’20 prepares to strike the ball during the game against Amherst.

Women’s Soccer, Like Butter, On a Roll

September 20, 2018

Last week, the women’s soccer team extended their winning streak to five, after pulling off a three-point shutout at home against Plattsburgh State on Wednesday and then a 3-1 win on the road versus...

Caitlin Magruder ’20 looks for a way to pass to her teammate, Amanda Dafonte ’19. The Panthers achieved a win against Gordon in their first game of the season.

Women’s Soccer: Panthers Coming in Hot

September 13, 2018

The women’s soccer team started off their 2018 season with a bang, pulling off a solid 5-1 win against Gordon College in their home opener on September 5. The Panthers came out strong from the beginning,...

Drive for Nescac Championship Cut Short

Drive for Nescac Championship Cut Short

May 9, 2018

On Friday, May 4, Hamilton beat Amherst, handing the Mammoths their third loss in the Nescac and setting up the most important series of the Nescac West season. For Middlebury to make the Nescac baseball...

Baseball Breaks Out Brooms

Baseball Breaks Out Brooms

May 3, 2018

Last weekend the Panthers hit the road to face Hamilton for a three-game series. Rarely can a baseball series be called a “must-sweep.” However, given the way that the conference standings have shaken...

Baseball Breaks Out the Brooms, Win Streak Stands at 9

May 3, 2018

Last weekend the Panthers hit the road to face Hamilton for a three-game series. Rarely can a baseball series be called a “must-sweep.” However, given the way that the conference standings have shaken...

Baseball Walks Off Not Once, But Twice

Baseball Walks Off Not Once, But Twice

April 25, 2018

The baseball team walked away with four wins this past week, beating the Skidmore Thoroughbreds on the road on Wednesday, April 18, and then sweeping Bowdoin in a three-game series on home turf on...

The baseball team sets their sights on Amherst, whom they will host for a three-game series this weekend, Friday and Saturday, 13 and 14, at Forbes Field.

Baseball to Host Amherst, Hoping to Rebound from Wesleyan Sweep

April 11, 2018

Last week, Middlebury baseball hit the road to take on the Wesleyan in the Panthers’ second Nescac series of the season. The previous week’s strong performance, in which the Panthers took two out of...

The baseball team won two of its first three Nescac games, taking the series against Williams on Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31, in California. Even though Williams has traditionally dominated the matchup, with a 88–29-1 record against Middlebury all-time, the Panthers got the best of the Ephs this time around. Now they brim with confidence entering the rest of the Nescac slate, primed to follow up on last season’s run to the Nescac championship series.

Baseball Posts First Winning Spring Trip Since 2012

April 4, 2018

Last week the baseball team headed west to Southern California for their annual spring break trip, and finished 5–4, the first time since 2012 the Panthers finished over .500 on the trip. Middlebury...

Rob Erickson ’18 tossed five innings against Emory on Saturday, March 17, allowing three runs on eight hits. He struck out three batters and walked no one. So far this season, Erickson has a 2.79 earned run average over 9.2 innings. He has pitched the second-most innings on the team behind Colby Morris ’19, who has thrown 12.2 innings and has a 2.13 ERA.

Baseball Endures Southern Struggles, Now Looks West

March 21, 2018

Last weekend, Saturday, March 17–Sunday, March 18, the baseball team took a trip down to Atlanta, Georgia, to take on the Emory Eagles and to rematch the Stevens Ducks. The Panthers played two games...

Middlebury Baseball Ready for Redemption

March 14, 2018

Before last season, the baseball team had only qualified for the Nescac playoffs two times in the conference’s 16-year playoff history. In that span of time, since 2001, the Panthers only finished over...

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