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Katie Murphy ’23 led the way for women’s golf in every match this season.

Season in Review: Women’s golf

May 20, 2021

Women’s golf wrapped up its season last weekend at home against Hamilton. While this year was nowhere near normal, the team was happy to have a chance to compete in five matches this spring. Coach...

Erika Nakagawa ’21 is the only senior on the women’s golf roster this spring.

Review: Women’s golf

May 13, 2021

On Saturday, women's golf concluded its season at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury. Only individual scores were recorded in the match against Hamilton, although the Panthers still managed...

Koby Altman ’04, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers is interviewed over Zoom by Campus reporter Josh Rosenstein.

Q&A with Koby Altman ’04, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers

May 6, 2021
Now in his fifth year as general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), Koby Altman ’04 Zoomed with Campus reporter Josh Rosenstein to discuss basketball, the pandemic, societal issues and Middlebury.
Katie Murphy ’23 placed ninth overall on Saturday as the Panthers finished fourth in the NESCAC Championship.

Review: Women’s golf

May 6, 2021
Women’s golf completed the second round of the 2021 NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship on May 1 at Ledges Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.
Lizzie Kenter ’23 placed third overall for Middlebury this weekend (Courtesy Middlebury Athletics).

Review: Women’s golf

April 29, 2021
The NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship commenced on April 24, with teams playing 18 holes in the first of two days of competition. After day one, Middlebury sits in fourth place out of five teams, though the top three teams are all within four strokes.
Katie Murphy ’23 placed third overall this past weekend.

Review: Women’s golf

April 15, 2021

With a score of 339, women’s golf finished last place out of four teams at the Hamilton Invitation on April 19, ending 25 strokes behind first-place Williams. Kicking off their first tournament...

Jacqueline Slinkard ’24 watches her shot in practice last fall.

Review: Women’s golf

April 8, 2021

The women’s golf team is gearing up to begin NESCAC play in a short few days, when they’ll compete at the Hamilton Invitational on April 10.  The team hopes to build on a strong fall 2019 season...

Illustration by Sarah Fagan

March Madness bracket offers students a rare opportunity to safely bond

March 25, 2021
Without typical watch parties or traditional in-person attendance allowed during this year’s NCAA men's basketball tournament, fans are heavily leaning on one March Madness hallmark that the pandemic can’t cancel: bracket challenges. 
Erin Quinn ’86, Director of Athletics at Middlebury College, was recently named a NACDA Division III Athletic Director of the Year (Credit: Burlington Free Press)

Erin Quinn ’86 named Athletic Director of the Year

March 18, 2021
Erin Quinn '86 was named by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) as a 2020-21 Division III Athletic Director of the Year.
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