Women’s Soccer Edged by Williams in Final

Women’s Soccer Edged by Williams in Final

By BENJY RENTON

December 6, 2018


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In a tense 1-1 game by the end of two overtime periods, the women’s soccer team was edged by the Williams Ephs 3-2 in penalty kicks in the NCAA Division III championship. This was the Panthers’ first championship appearance in program history. The previous day, on Friday, Nov. 30, the Panthers defeated the WashU Bears 1-0 in a stu...

Women’s Soccer Scores Spot in NCAA Final Four

Women’s Soccer Scores Spot in NCAA Final Four

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 29, 2018


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With a tough 1-0 win over Misericordia University on Nov. 18 and a goal scored by Ellie Greenberg ’20, the women’s soccer team moves onto the semifinal game this Friday in the NCAA championship tournament in Greensboro, N.C. Middlebury will face the Washington University Bears in St. Louis to compete for a spot in the final ch...

Women’s Soccer Takes Home NCAA Regional Title

Women’s Soccer Takes Home NCAA Regional Title

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 15, 2018


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This past weekend, Middlebury women’s soccer hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, beating out Maine Farmington and Ithaca College to keep its season alive. The Panthers’ first-round matchup against the Maine Farmington Beavers on Saturday, Nov. 10 was a 4-1 easy win for the t...

Women’s Soccer Scores Fourth NESCAC Championship in History

Women’s Soccer Scores Fourth NESCAC Championship in History

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 8, 2018


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After an incredible season, the Panthers’ visible hard work and fighting spirit culminated in the ultimate reward: NESCAC champs. Middlebury women’s soccer held a 13-1-1 record heading into playoffs last week — a tremendous record unmatched in Middlebury women’s soccer history. A ...

Women’s Soccer Dribbles Toward Victory, Heads to NESCAC Semifinal

Women’s Soccer Dribbles Toward Victory, Heads to NESCAC Semifinal

By JENNY LANGERMAN

November 1, 2018


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  The women’s soccer team started off its drive to the NESCAC championship with a win in the quarterfinals last Saturday, Oct. 27 against the Bowdoin Polar Bears.  Despite unpleasant weather and a two-hour rain delay, the second-ranked Panthers were able to shut out their seventh-ranked opponent wit...

Women’s Soccer Finishes Season Second in NESCAC

Women’s Soccer Finishes Season Second in NESCAC

By JENNY LANGERMAN

October 25, 2018


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Middlebury women’s soccer fought valiantly in the final stretch of the season, and suffered the team’s first loss of the season with Tuesday’s final game against Williams. The Panthers managed to win both games on the weekend of Oct. 13 and 14. The victories boasted equally impressive scores, ...

Women’s Soccer Ties with Tufts

October 11, 2018


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Women’s Soccer Bows Out in Second Round of NCAAs

By ROB ERICKSON

November 15, 2017


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After a thrilling season filled with ups than downs, the women’s soccer team’s 2017 campaign came to a close in the second round of the NCAA tournament this past weekend. Playing at the field of regional host MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Panthers opened the 64-team tournament with a 1–0...

Women’s Soccer Gets At-Large Bid

By RILEY PLANT

November 8, 2017


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Despite falling to Hamilton in the first round of the Nescac tournament, the women’s soccer team received an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament when the bracket was announced on Monday, Nov. 6. No. 17 Middlebury will travel to MIT to play Western Connecticut State in the first round on Saturday,...

Women’s Soccer Hopes for At-Large Bid after Loss in Nescacs

Women’s Soccer Hopes for At-Large Bid after Loss in Nescacs

By ROB ERICKSON

November 1, 2017


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In the quarterfinal round of the 2017 Nescac Championship this past Saturday, October 28, the Middlebury women’s soccer team fell to the Hamilton Continentals in a hard-fought 1–0 defensive battle. The Panthers came into the first-round game as the number three seed in the tournament, the Continentals...

Alwang Records Fourth Shutout in Women’s Soccer Draw Against Trinity

Alwang Records Fourth Shutout in Women’s Soccer Draw Against Trinity

By SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ

October 18, 2017


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The women’s soccer contest against the Trinity Bantams this past Saturday, Oct. 14, ended scoreless after two overtimes. The match contained energy and pride as four Middlebury student-athletes played for friends and family on Senior Day. In the first half of play, both teams found it very difficult...

Weekend Wins for Women’s Soccer

Weekend Wins for Women’s Soccer

By ROB ERICKSON

October 11, 2017


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The women’s soccer team had a huge weekend on the road, beating Tufts 1–0 on Saturday, Oct. 7, before heading west to beat Wesleyan in overtime on Sunday, Oct. 8. Middlebury now has momentum looking toward the conference tournament. “Saturday and Sunday were both important wins for us, against...

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