Men’s Soccer Makes a Stand in Saward’s Last Game

By RILEY PLANT

November 15, 2017


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The men’s soccer team (12-7) saw its season come to a close last Saturday, Nov. 11, in the first round of the NCAA tournament as they fell 1-0 to Stevens University (12-6-2). It was the team’s 11th 1–0 decision of the season, and the loss means that they finish 9–2 in one point games. Despite...

Men’s Soccer Finds Way into NCAA Tournament Earning an At-Large Bid Following a Stellar Championship Weekend

By RILEY PLANT

November 8, 2017


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In Nescac Championship action last Sunday, Nov. 5, at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, the fifth-seeded Middlebury men’s soccer team (12-6) was just missed pulling off an upset of the conference’s best team and the tournament’s top-seeded Jumbos (15-1-2). It was a grueling effort that...

Panthers Ride On Reid’s Right Foot

By RILEY PLANT

November 1, 2017


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In the first round of Nescac playoffs, the fifth-seeded men’s soccer team (11–5) took down fourth-seeded Connecticut College (9–3–4) in a 1–0 overtime victory on Saturday, Oct. 28. The win served as the Panthers’ ninth shutout this season, eight of which Middlebury won by a 1–0 score. ...

Men’s Soccer Sinks Trinity

Men’s Soccer Sinks Trinity

By RILEY PLANT

October 18, 2017


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The Nescac fourth-ranked men’s soccer team (9–4, 4–4) earned their third consecutive 1–0 win against Trinity (3–9–1, 1–7–1) last Saturday, Oct. 14. The win came on what would be coach David Saward’s last guaranteed home weekend game; over 40 Middlebury soccer alumni, accompanied by...

Reid Scores First Career Goal to Push Men’s Soccer Past Wesleyan

Reid Scores First Career Goal to Push Men’s Soccer Past Wesleyan

By RILEY PLANT

October 11, 2017


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Men’s soccer (7–4–0, 3–4–0) went one for two in their double-header weekend last week, Oct. 7 and 8, as they bounded-back from being shut-out by 12th-ranked Tufts (8–1–1, 5–1–1) on Saturday when they squeaked by Wesleyan (5–4–1, 1–4–1) by a narrow 1–0 margin on Sunday. Much...

Men’s Soccer Rebounds from First Losing Streak against Plymouth St.

Men’s Soccer Rebounds from First Losing Streak against Plymouth St.

By RILEY PLANT

October 4, 2017


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In their doubleheader weekend at home, the men’s soccer team (5–3–0, 2–3–0) suffered a 2–0 loss at the hands of the Colby Mules last Saturday, Sept. 30, and managed a 1–0 win over Plymouth State last Sunday, Oct. 1. The shutout against Colby was not taken lightly by Middlebury, and...

Men’s Soccer Loses Key Nescac Matchup

By RILEY PLANT

September 27, 2017


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The men’s soccer team (5–2–0, 2–2–0) extended their win streak to four games on Wednesday, Sep. 20, with a win over Keene State (3–1–2, 1–0) before seeing their streak snapped with a a 3–1 loss on the road to Bowdoin (5–2–0, 3–1–0) on Saturday, Sept. 23. The Bowdoin was...

Men’s Soccer Lives Life on the Edge

Men’s Soccer Lives Life on the Edge

By RILEY PLANT

September 20, 2017


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The men’s soccer team (4–1–0, 2–1–0) added two wins to their name in what was a doubleheader weekend last week with two big 1–0 victories over Nescac foes: No. 10 Amherst on Saturday, Sept. 16, and over Hamilton on Sunday, Sept. 17. As the Panthers extended their win streak to three games,...

Men’s Soccer Rebounds in More Ways than One

Men’s Soccer Rebounds in More Ways than One

By RILEY PLANT

September 14, 2017


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The Middlebury men’s soccer team (2–1–0) pleased a large crowd during their first game since students returned to campus with a 2-1 win in double overtime against the visiting Colby-Sawyer Chargers (0–4–0) last Sunday, Sept. 10. Despite edging the Chargers in shots on goal 13–2, it took ...

Men’s Soccer Undone By Penalties against Cardinals

Men’s Soccer Undone By Penalties against Cardinals

By Andrew Rigas

November 11, 2015


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Leading up to the matchup between Middlebury and Wesleyan in the semifinal, Head Coach Dave Saward predicted that it would be a very even contest. He was correct, and after no score in regulation and two overtimes, the Middlebury men’s soccer team fell to Wesleyan by penalty kicks (5-4) in the NES...

Men’s Soccer Earns Championship Weekend on Home Turf

Men’s Soccer Earns Championship Weekend on Home Turf

By Andrew Rigas

November 4, 2015


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The Middlebury men’s soccer team advanced to the NESCAC tournament semifinals on Saturday, Oct. 31 by stomping Trinity 5-0. Adam Glaser ’17 continued his record-breaking season by setting the program’s career assist record and earning NESCAC player of the week. The Panthers defeated Bates 4-1...

Men’s Soccer Fights For Comback Victory

Men’s Soccer Fights For Comback Victory

By Andrew Rigas

October 21, 2015


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After coming back to defeat Wesleyan 2-1 the week before, the Middlebury men’s soccer team had a similar performance on Saturday, Oct. 17, shocking Trinity 2-1 behind Kirk Horton’s ’17 two goals, including the game-winner just over seven minutes into overtime. From the whistle, neither team controlled pl...

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