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Shabazz and Me

By Fritz Parker

April 23, 2014

On the court after winning this month’s NCAA men’s Division-I basketball championship game, University of Connecticut point guard and tournament Most Outstanding Player Shabazz Napier told reporters something that cuts to the core of all the talk surrounding collegiate sports in our time: he told...

NCAA Ski Races Bring Business to Middlebury

The Middlebury Inn was one of a number of local businesses to experience increased activity during the NCAA ski races. (Courtesy of

By Erin Petry

March 19, 2013

Officials, coaches, corresponding staff and one hundred forty-eight racers traveled across the country to Middlebury this year for the NCAA Skiing Championships. Of course, with this influx of visitors also came an astounding boom in business for the Middlebury community. Andrew Gardner, Middlebury’s...

Indoor Track Team Heads To NCAAs

By Alex Edel

March 6, 2013

Members of the women’s and men’s indoor track and field teams split up to compete in two meets this Saturday, March 2. While much of the team traveled to the ECAC championship in New York, N.Y., those who were looking for NCAA qualifying marks competed in the Tufts Last Chance meet. Several athletes...

Middlebury Wins First Ever Directors’ Cup

By Middlebury Campus

September 17, 2012

After a strong spring season, Middlebury overtook Washington University (Mo.) this past June to win its first ever Directors' Cup, awarded annually to the top athletic program in each of the three NCAA divisions as well as the NAIA. The win follows a streak of eight consecutive top-five finishes for...

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