Koby Altman ’04 Facebook Live Interview: Campus Editor James Finn Speaks with Cavaliers GM

Koby Altman ’04 Facebook Live Interview: Campus Editor James Finn Speaks with Cavaliers GM

By JAMES FINN

September 14, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

 Koby Altman '04, the current general manager of the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, will be interviewed today on Facebook Live by James Finn, The Campus' senior opinion editor. Their conversation will air live on the Middlebury College Facebook page from 12-12:30. Altman has returned to campus to participa...

Women’s Soccer: Panthers Coming in Hot

Women’s Soccer: Panthers Coming in Hot

By JENNY LANGERMAN

September 13, 2018


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The women’s soccer team started off their 2018 season with a bang, pulling off a solid 5-1 win against Gordon College in their home opener on September 5. The Panthers came out strong from the beginning, kicking off the game with a goal from Sabrina Glaser ’20 within the first three minutes of play....

Cavs GM Altman ’05 Tries to Save Sinking Ship

By Andrew Rigas

February 9, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

“We were really worried that what was going on on the floor and sort of our culture in the building that we were marching a slow death and we didn’t want to be a part of that,” said Koby Altman ’05, the Cleveland Cavaliers general manager and former Middlebury men’s basketball player, on a...

The Concussion Diaries

The Concussion Diaries

By Kyle Finck

April 3, 2014


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It was a one-in-a-million chance or a message from God. In Nov. 2008, Sierra Stites ’14 was standing on the sidelines watching her high school soccer team play. Then, a ball kicked from an adjacent field slammed into her head, whipping her skull forward and forever changing her life. “My origin...

Fall Varsity Sports Preview

By Damon Hatheway

September 11, 2013


Filed under Features

Cross Country Both the men’s and women’s team claimed second place at NESCACs last year, as well as first and third place for men’s and women’s respectively at the NCAA regional. Men finished eighth at the NCAA championships while the women finished 11th. Both squads begin their competitive...

Take me Out(Sports)

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


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As the recent diatribes by Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant and Atlanta Braves pitching coach Roger McDowell show, homophobia is still a major issue in sports. And one that does not get nearly enough attention. In the past month Bryant was fined $100,000 for yelling a homophobic slur at an official...

Men’s rugby falls short in bid for national championship

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


Filed under Sports

The Middlebury College Rugby Club traveled to Pittsburgh last weekend to compete in the Division II National Championship round of the DII men’s rugby playoffs. After hanging on for the win against a surging Salisbury side in the semifinals, the second-ranked MCRC faced off against top-ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater...

Men’s tennis loses first match since March

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


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The top-seeded Middlebury Panthers tennis team lost for just the second time all season Saturday, falling 6-3 to fourth-ranked Amherst. The Panthers fell to 16-2 (6-1) on the season while the Lord Jeffs set a new team record with their 29th win of the year, which includes their fall season. The loss...

Women’s lacrosse knocked off in NESCACs

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


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The Middlebury women’s lacrosse team had an intense past week, walking away with a well-earned victory and falling in a tough loss, both in games decided by one goal.  On Friday, April 29, Middlebury traveled to Williams for its regular season finale, beating the Ephs 11-10. The Panthers took an early...

Track and field performs admirably at NESCACs

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


Filed under Sports

The Middlebury Track and Field team came through with an outstanding performance this weekend at NESCAC Championships at Wesleyan University. The women’s team came in second, beat only by Williams, while the men came in third behind Williams and Bates. There were many standout performances in the meet,...

Baseball drops two to Trinity, heading to NESCAC playoffs

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


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Despite dropping two games to Trinity over the weekend, the Middlebury College baseball team will be heading to the postseason for the first time since 2006, the same year that they won their first and only NESCAC championship. The Panthers’ playoff fate was out of their hands entering the weekend,...

Men’s lacrosse advances to NESCAC semifinals after win

By Middlebury Campus

May 7, 2011


Filed under Sports

After quelling the early momentum of a spirited Williams squad and prevailing, 12-9, on Friday, Middlebury faced off against Colby in a NESCAC quarterfinal game at Alumni Stadium on Sunday. The efforts of a strong underclassmen core combined with outstanding goalkeeping lifted the Panthers past the Mules...

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