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Men’s alpine ski champion Hig Roberts ’14, first to come out as gay, blazes trail for next generation

Men’s alpine ski champion Hig Roberts ’14, first to come out as gay, blazes trail for next generation

February 4, 2021
One of very few openly gay professional athletes, alpine skiier Hig Roberts '14 hopes to show younger skiers that sexuality is not a limitation to athletic success.
One week after being named NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week, Tiger Lyon ’06, led the Panthers to victory against Tufts.

Throwback Thursday: This day in 2005, Lyon spearheads comeback against Tufts

November 12, 2020
Tiger Lyon '06 led the Panthers to victory against Tufts on November 12th of 2005.
These photos, courtesy of The Middlebury Campus’ Oct. 14, 1983 edition, features the football team competing in Middlebury.

Throwback Thursday: This day in 1983, defense stymies Amherst despite injuries

October 8, 2020
This week's Throwback Thursday covers Middlebury football's 1983 victory over Amherst.
This photo, courtesy of The Middlebury Campus’ Sept. 22, 1994 edition, features the football team competing in Middlebury.

Throwback Thursday: This day in 1994, Bradford and Smith lead Panthers to victory in opener

September 24, 2020
In this week's Throwback Thursday, read about Middlebury Football's 1994 win against Wesleyan due to an early offensive barrage and successful defense throughout the remainder of the game.
This photo, courtesy of The Middlebury Campus’ Sept. 23, 1988 edition, features the men’s soccer team competing in Maine.

Throwback Thursday: This day in 1988, Vigsnes’s goal caps off solid weekend

September 17, 2020
For this throwback Thursday read about the 1988 soccer game against Colby which Middlebury won in the 2nd overtime.
Goalkeeper Greg Sydor ’17 helped the Panthers to a 1-0 victory Connecticut College on September 9, 2016.

Throwback Thursday: this day in 2016: Sydor’s defense lifts Middlebury

September 10, 2020
Four years ago the Middlebury men's soccer team played an epic game against Connecticut College.

Men’s basketball’s big dance cut short with second round loss

March 12, 2020

After a victory on Friday, the Middlebury men’s basketball team was defeated on Saturday by SUNY Brockport in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Their season is now over.  The two teams stayed...

Men’s basketball fails to find way past Trinity in NESCAC Quarterfinals

Men’s basketball fails to find way past Trinity in NESCAC Quarterfinals

February 27, 2020

Middlebury fell to Trinity in the NESCAC Quarterfinals on Saturday. It was a quick start for the Panthers as they started off on a 5–0 streak. However, that was about as good as it got for the boys as...

Rolling Panthers suffer heartbreaker to Bates

Rolling Panthers suffer heartbreaker to Bates

February 20, 2020

The Panthers’ dominant season was given yet another high note on Friday night as they handed Tufts only their fifth loss of the season and their first in NESCAC play. Tufts took off on a full head of...

Men’s basketball splits home weekend, including loss to NESCAC leader Colby

Men’s basketball splits home weekend, including loss to NESCAC leader Colby

January 23, 2020
In the most recent Middlebury Panthers men's basketball games, the team lost to Colby but won against Albertus Magnus and Bowdoin.
Petzing’s hard work in college athletics has paid off as he’s found his place as a mainstay on the Vikings coaching staff.

From DIII to the NFL: Middlebury football alum finds coaching success in the big leagues

October 3, 2019
Middlebury football alums' road from DIII to the NFL
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Sports Recap

September 19, 2019
Here's our weekly roundup.
Women’s Golf

Women’s Golf

September 11, 2019

To begin their fall season, the women’s golf team will compete in the St. Lawrence Invitational at the Oliver D. Appleton Golf Course in Canton, N.Y. on September 7 and 8. There they will contend with...

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