Field Hockey Remains Undefeated, Duh

Field Hockey Remains Undefeated, Duh

By CAROLINE BARTLETT

September 20, 2018


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Middlebury extended its winning streak to five games and remains on top of the NESCAC after defeating Amherst and Hamilton this past weekend. The Panthers took an early lead in Saturday’s home game against Amherst, with Emma Johns ’20 (this week’s NESCAC Player of the Week) scorin...

National Champions Look to Defend Title

National Champions Look to Defend Title

By CAROLINE BARTLETT

September 13, 2018


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The returning NCAA Champion field hockey team is off to another strong start, remaining undefeated after three games (10-0 v. Castleton, 4-0 v. Connecticut College, 7-0 v. University of New England). After putting in countless hours of hard work in the classroom and on the field during preseason camp,...

Field Hockey Wins Third National Championship

Field Hockey Wins Third National Championship

By HEATHER BOEHM

November 29, 2017


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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 cruised past No. 1 and previously undefeated Messiah College of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, 4–0 on...

Field Hockey: The Exit Interview

Field Hockey: The Exit Interview

By ROB ERICKSON

November 29, 2017


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After the dust settled on their national title, we chased down the star-studded senior class — Annie Leonard, Lauren Schweppe, Caroline Knapp, Carson Peacock, Audrey Quirk, and Eva Dunphy — of the field hockey team and asked them to share some thoughts on their tremendous careers and their fitting...

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

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

By HEATHER BOEHM

November 15, 2017


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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 5–0 victories over the University of New England and Rochester. Sunday’s win over Rochester...

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

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

By HEATHER BOEHM

November 8, 2017


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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 bid to the NCAA tournament. The Panthers had maintained their winning streak with Saturday’s...

Field Hockey Looks to Defend Home Turf

Field Hockey Looks to Defend Home Turf

By HEATHER BOEHM

November 1, 2017


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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 in the semifinals of the Nescac tournament next weekend at home against Bowdoin. Seeded first coming...

Field Hockey Forges Ahead

Field Hockey Forges Ahead

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

October 18, 2017


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Not only did the Middlebury Field Hockey team blank both Trinity on Saturday, Oct. 14, and then Husson on Sunday, Oct. 15, but the Panthers have not allowed a goal in the last 245 minutes of game play. It was a big weekend. “It feels really good going 2–0 two weekends in a row, especially because...

Field Hockey Makes Moves

Field Hockey Makes Moves

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

October 11, 2017


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The field hockey team surged past No. 4 Tufts and shutout Wesleyan on the road this past Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 8 and 9. The Panthers win over Tufts on Saturday was particularly significant because the Jumbos were undefeated and first in the Nescac before that game. With the wins, the Panthers moved...

Field Hockey Coasts vs. Colby

Field Hockey Coasts vs. Colby

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

October 4, 2017


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Middlebury Field Hockey, now an impressive 4–1 in the Nescac and 7–2 overall, swept Colby with a 6–1 win this past Saturday, Sept. 30. The Panthers, ranked seventh nationally, got on the board three times in both halves, only allowing one goal against 57 minutes into the game, on a penalty stroke. The...

Field Hockey Takes Bowdoin Down

Field Hockey Takes Bowdoin Down

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

September 27, 2017


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The seventh-ranked field hockey team won its only Nescac game of the weekend by defeating No. 10 Bowdoin 1–0 in a double overtime thriller on Saturday, Sept. 23 at Bowdoin, before traveling to Babson, where they fell to the Beavers 2–1. With the split, the Panthers move to 4–2 overall and 3–1...

Field Hockey Looks to Bounce Back

Field Hockey Looks to Bounce Back

By CLAIRE MESSERSMITH

September 20, 2017


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Fifth-ranked field hockey had a Nescac doubleheader last weekend, Saturday, Sept. 16 and Sunday, Sept. 17. They started the weekend with a 2–1 road victory at Amherst on Saturday, but could not manage to recoup for their Sunday tilt with Hamilton. The 3–2 loss to the Camels snapped Middlebury’s...

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