Women’s Basketball Records Road Victory at Williams

By IMRAN GANDA

January 24, 2018


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The Women’s basketball team managed to recover from their back-to-back losses against Bates and Tufts last week by beating Williams in Massachusetts on Jan. 20, 57–54. On Monday Jan. 22, when they hosted Smith in a non-conference bout, the Panthers suffered their first home loss of the season, l...

Women’s Basketball Struggles in Maine

Women’s Basketball Struggles in Maine

By IMRAN GANDA

January 17, 2018


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In two games away on the road, Middlebury suffered its first Nescac loss of the season Friday, Jan. 12, to Bates by a narrow margin of 60–57. The Panthers were unable to bounce back from the loss as they also fell to Tufts Jumbos 61–45 the next day, Saturday, Jan. 13.  With just a one-point l...

Women’s Basketball 7–0 for First Time in 16 Seasons

Women’s Basketball 7–0 for First Time in 16 Seasons

By IMRAN GANDA

December 6, 2017


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The women’s basketball team (7–0) defeated Rensselaer (5–3) on Thursday, Nov. 30, 64–54 and Colby-Sawyer (4–1) the next night in overtime by a score of 66–59. On Tuesday, Dec. 5, Middlebury beat Plattsburgh St. 60–33 to move to 7–0, its best start since the 2001-2002 season when the Panthers...

Women’s Basketball Starts 4–0

By ANDREW RIGAS

November 29, 2017


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The women’s basketball team hit the road for its first four games of the season and won all four, taking two wins at the Emerson Tip-Off Classic on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 18 and 19, then defeating Johnson St. 74–27 on Tuesday, Nov. 21, and Clarkson 53–49 on Sunday, Nov. 26. Middlebury opened...

Women’s Basketball Returns Every Player

By IMRAN GANDA

November 15, 2017


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The women’s basketball team has high hopes for their new season that will tip-off in two days on Saturday, Nov. 18, when they will take part in the Emerson Tip-Off Classic. Expectations are high, especially because the Panthers return last year’s cohort that finished 17–8, good enough to earn a...

Women’s Basketball Ends Season with Tough Loss

By Colby Morris

February 24, 2016


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The women’s basketball team made their final road trip of the season on Saturday, Feb. 20. The Panthers travelled to Medford, Mass. to take on top seeded Tufts in the NESCAC Quarterfinal playoff round. As the top seed in the NESCAC tournament, the Jumbos entered with a dominant 21-2 record, highlighted...

Women’s Basketball Goes 1-1 against Smith and Williams

By Colby Morris

January 27, 2016


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Women’s basketball split a pair of inspired games this past week. On Tuesday, Jan. 29, the Panthers outlasted Smith for a 70-57 victory. The Panthers returned to conference play Sunday, Jan. 24, when they travelled to Williamstown, Mass. to play Williams in the Chandler Athletic Center. The Panthers...

Women’s Basketball Suffers Conference Losses

By Colby Morris

January 20, 2016


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The women’s basketball team started 2016 by racking up bus mileage, travelling to New York City, Boston and Lewiston, Maine. The team left for break with a 3-1 record and have gone 6-4 since they returned. They currently stand at sixth place in the NESCAC with a 2-2 conference record. After a 79-58...

Women’s Basketball Loses Road Heartbreaker

By Alex Deutsch

December 9, 2015


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After a hot 3-0 start to the season that featured a beatdown over Oneonta St. and two nail-biting victories against Hartwick and at in-state opponent Johnson St., the Middlebury women’s basketball team suffered its first loss this season at Skidmore, 63-60. After beating the Thoroughbreds last year by...

Women’s Basketball Unbeaten in Opening Stretch

By Alex Deutsch

December 2, 2015


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The Middlebury women’s basketball team has had quite the hot start thus far in the season. Going undefeated in the month of November, the team has beaten Oneonta State (60-38) on Friday, Nov. 20, Hartwick College (61-58) on Nov. 21 and Johnson State (57-52) on Tuesday, Nov. 24. The Panthers have rel...

Women’s Basketball Drops Tourney Game

By Joe MacDonald

February 25, 2015


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The Middlebury women’s basketball team’s season ended this weekend with a 80-52 loss to the 16th-ranked Bowdoin College Polar Bears (22-3, 9-1) in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC tournament.  After having lost to the Polar Bears just two weeks prior to this matchup at Pepin Gymnasium on Sunday,...

Women’s Basketball Earns Tournament Bid, Road Quarterfinal Set at Bowdoin

By Joe MacDonald

February 18, 2015


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Despite dropping two games to conference foes this past weekend on the road, the Middlebury women’s basketball team earned the opportunity to play in the NESCAC postseason tournament for the 10th time in school history. The seventh-seeded Panthers will travel to Brunswick this Saturday, Feb. 21 to...

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