Women’s Hockey Triumphs with Chilling Win Against Connecticut College

Women’s Hockey Triumphs with Chilling Win Against Connecticut College

By BRIANNA LIPP

February 28, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team was straight fire in a fierce game against Connecticut College on Feb. 23, scoring twice in the final 37 seconds and again in overtime to send themselves to the NESCAC semifinals. After a fast-paced but scoreless first period, the visiting Camels got on the board first, scoring on a power play early i...

Women’s Hockey Upset by NESCAC Foe Williams

Women’s Hockey Upset by NESCAC Foe Williams

By BRIANNA LIPP

February 21, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team played a crucial home-and-away series against Williams to close out the NESCAC regular season. Going into the first game, the Panthers and the Ephs were tied for first place and vying for the top seed in the NESCAC tournament. Late into the second period, Williams’ Maghan Halloran sent a shot from the circle...

Women’s Puck Picks Up Some ‘Dubs’

Women’s Puck Picks Up Some ‘Dubs’

By BRIANNA LIPP

February 14, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team took both games in a doubleheader against the Hamilton Continentals on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25 and 26. The first game ended 4-1 on goals from junior Anna Zumwinkle and sophomore Madie Leidt and a pair of empty -netters by seniors Katherine Jackson and Katari...

Women’s Hockey Splits Polar Bear Weekend

Women’s Hockey Splits Polar Bear Weekend

By BRIANNA LIPP

January 24, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team battled the Bowdoin Polar Bears in a fierce NESCAC double header on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 18 and 19. Saturday’s game began with a scoreless first period, though the Panthers had the shot advantage 11-6. In the second period, Middlebury opened scoring with just under fi...

Women’s Hockey: Power Moves Only

Women’s Hockey: Power Moves Only

By BRIANNA LIPP

January 17, 2019


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team beat the Utica College Pioneers 4-3 on Saturday, Dec. 8 before taking off for winter break. Goals by Katie Hargrave ’22, Madie Leidt ’21, and Katherine Jackson ’19 lifted the Panthers to a 3-0 lead in the first period. Utica’s Lexi Stanisewski got the Pi...

Women’s Hockey Sweeps Bowdoin

Women’s Hockey Sweeps Bowdoin

By SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ

January 24, 2018


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The women’s hockey team took two games from the Bowdoin Polar Bears on Friday, Jan. 19 and Saturday, Jan. 20. It was a crucial sweep for the No. 5 Panthers fighting to secure a top spot in the Nescac. On Friday, Head Coach Bill Mandigo won his 550th career win in 30 seasons, another achievement for ...

Women’s Hockey Thumps No. 10 Endicott 5–0

By SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ

January 17, 2018


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Middlebury women’s hockey had quite a time this past weekend, taking to the road to handle UMass Boston on Friday, Jan. 12, and Endicott on Saturday, Jan. 13. In both contests, the Panthers blanked their opponents 5–0, outshooting UMass Boston by a margin of 40-19 and Endicott by 33–16. Middlebury no...

Women’s Hockey Splits Double-Dipper

Women’s Hockey Splits Double-Dipper

By SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ

December 6, 2017


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The Panthers move to 3–3 with only a game against Castleton remaining before the Christmas break.

Women’s Hockey Sweeps Trinity, But Falls to Ranked Teams

Women’s Hockey Sweeps Trinity, But Falls to Ranked Teams

By SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ

November 29, 2017


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The No. 6 women’s hockey team split its first four games of the season. They opened up with a weekend sweep of conference rival Trinity on Nov. 17 and 18 at home in Kenyon Arena, then fell by scores of 4–1 to No. 3 Elmira College and 3–2 in OT to No. 4 Adrian at the UNO Classic hosted by Plattsburgh...

Women’s Hockey Wants to Host Final Four

By SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ

November 15, 2017


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The reigning Nescac champions start the hunt for their third title in four years on Friday, Nov. 17, when they will host the Trinity Bantams in Kenyon Arena. Last year, the Panthers finished with a 19–7–2 record, and although they fell short in their run to the Frozen Four, they are back with more...

Women’s Hockey Ends Season at Final Four

By Ethan Brady

March 23, 2016


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The Middlebury women’s hockey team ended their NCAA tournament run on Friday, March 18, after falling 5-3 to top-ranked Plattsburgh State in the semifinal round. They finished the season with a record of 21-6-3, the team’s most since the 2010–11 campaign and the first time the Panthers punched...

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