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Tuesday’s panelists. Clockwise from top left: Katharine DeLorenzo, Jeff Brown, Erin Quinn, and Bob Ritter. (Courtesy: Middlebury Athletics)

Takeaways: Middlebury Athletics webinar on Covid-19

By Blaise Siefer April 1, 2021
Four coaches and administrators at Middlebury participated in a webinar this Tuesday to discuss how Covid-19 has impacted athletics.
Danny Diedrich ’21.5 looks to catch the ball against Colby on Oct. 12, 2019 (Courtesy: Benjy Renton)

Recruiting during a pandemic: A new challenge for Middlebury Athletics

By Sam Lipin March 25, 2021
Without traditional identification camps, scouting trips or in-person meetings, Middlebury coaches have explored new ways to engage with and evaluate prospective student-athletes. 
Simi Hamilton ’09 competed at the 2021 Oberstdorf World Championships. (Courtesy: Simi Hamilton)

Simi Hamilton ’09, three-time U.S. Olympian, retires from competitive skiing

By Abby Schneiderhan March 25, 2021
Earlier this month, Simi Hamilton ’09, a three-time U.S. Olympian, retired from competitive cross-country skiing.
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

By Josh Rosenstein 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.
Jane Earley (#5) is a Second-Team All-American player for Middlebury. (Courtesy: Jane Earley)

Jane Earley ’23 tabbed USLM DIII Lacrosse Preseason Player of the Year

By Niamh Carty March 18, 2021
Prior to the start of the Spring 2021 NCAA lacrosse season, U.S. Lacrosse Magazine named Jane Earley ’23 its Division III Women’s Preseason Player of the Year.
Michael McCormack ’20 (left) scored twice against nationally-ranked Syracuse on March 6. (Courtesy: Michael McCormack)

Michael McCormack ’20 earns prestigious award for University of Vermont men’s lacrosse

By Blaise Siefer March 18, 2021
Just two weeks into his graduate season, Michael McCormack ’20 picked up an award for the University of Vermont Catamounts. 
Middlebury women’s lacrosse celebrates after winning the NESCAC Championship in 2019. (Courtesy: Benjy Renton)

NESCAC announces return of conference play after year-long hiatus

By Blaise Siefer March 11, 2021
In-conference play in the NESCAC will resume mid-April — roughly 13 months after competition was paused due to Covid-19 — the league’s presidents announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Colby Morris ’19, a star pitcher at Middlebury College, signed with the New York Mets organization in January. (Credit: Marin Independent Journal)

Colby Morris ’19 signs minor league contract with the New York Mets

By Sam Lipin March 4, 2021
Colby Morris ’19, a star pitcher at Middlebury College, signed with the New York Mets organization in January.
Jordyn Johnson ’23 looks for the ball during a practice in the Virtue Field House last February.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #11: Jordyn Johnson ’23, women’s softball

By Blaise Siefer March 4, 2021
In the 11th episode of the Siefer's Scoop podcast, Jordyn Johnson ’23 talks about her introduction to softball, how she progressed as a player and her experience walking onto the team at Middlebury.
Stephen Hauschka ’07, who charted unlikely course to the NFL, departs league after 13 seasons

Stephen Hauschka ’07, who charted unlikely course to the NFL, departs league after 13 seasons

By Blaise Siefer February 4, 2021
Stephen Hauschka '07 reflects on going from a jv soccer player at Middlebury to a Super Bowl winning kicker as he leaves the NFL after 13 years in the league.
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

By Michael Segel 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.
Nate Moll ’22 fires a shot at MIT on Jan. 31, 2020.

Siefer’s Scoop episode #9: Nate Moll ’22, men’s squash

By Blaise Siefer January 28, 2021
Listen to the first episode of 2021 to hear men's squash player Nate Moll '22, discuss how Middlebury stood out to him throughout his college search and what he's looking forward to this spring.
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