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No coaches, no contact, no competition: Club teams play on

Max Celander ‘21, right, breaks through a defensive line during a fall 2018 game against Bentley University.

By Nick Nonnenmacher

September 24, 2020

Without coaches, contact or competition, athletes on club sports teams get creative in finding ways to practice.

Ultimate Frisbee Heads to Nationals

The men’s ultimate frisbee team qualified for Nationals for the second year in a row, currently seeded first.


May 9, 2019

After a thrilling regular season, both the women’s and men’s ultimate frisbee teams earned their bids at New England D-III College Regionals last weekend by winning their pools on the first day of the tournament. The Middlebury Pranksters will be competing in the D-III College Championships,...

Middlebury College Ultimate: Weird and White

Members of the women’s frisbee team smile and pose at the 2018 Northeast Women’s DIII Regional Championship.


March 14, 2019

Editor’s note: This piece was written for a longform sports journalism course in Winter Term 2019. The Campus is publishing it due to its relevance in today’s politicized climate. The author supplemented research and interviews with past and present Middlebury students with her perspective as a mem...

Salzman ’19 to Represent U.S. at Under-24 World Ultimate Championships

Dylan Salzman ’19 looks for a pass at the Division III College National tournament in May 2018.


February 28, 2019

This J-term, Dylan Salzman ’19 received an email containing the news he had been hoping for, and working towards, for years: he’d been selected to represent the United States at the Under-24 World Ultimate Championships in Heidelberg, Germany, this summer. Reflecting on his achievement, he said,...

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