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

Sabrina Glaser ’20 looks to make plays in Middlebury’s 1–0 loss to Hamilton in the Nescac quarterfinals. The Panthers outshot the Continentals 17–9, but could not find the back of the net after Hamilton scored just 2:28 into Saturday’s contest.


November 1, 2017

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

Ursula Alwang ’19 makes a leaping save to preserve her fourth shutout of the season and the 0–0 tie against Trinity on Saturday, Oct. 14.


October 18, 2017

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

Middlebury Women's Soccer


October 11, 2017

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...

Women’s Soccer Gets Much Needed Nescac Victory


October 4, 2017

Faced with a crucial conference matchup at the midway point of their regular season, the Middlebury women’s soccer team took care of business against Colby this past Saturday, Sept. 30. By defeating the Mules 1–0, the Panthers improved their Nescac record to 2–2–1 and remain within striking distance...

Women’s Soccer Shoots More, Scores Less


September 27, 2017

This past Saturday, Sept. 23, a tough contest against Nescac foe Bowdoin saw the Middlebury women’s soccer team fall victim to many of the same troubles that they’ve been dealing with for much of the season. Despite a 17–9 advantage in shots taken and a 9–6 lead in shots on goal, they ultimately...

Women’s Soccer Notches Two Weekend Wins

Middlebury Women's Soccer


September 20, 2017

After a heartbreaking loss against Connecticut College to open conference play a week ago, the Middlebury women’s soccer team got its season back on track with a pair of thrilling Nescac contests this past weekend. On Saturday, Sept. 16, the Panthers travelled to Amherst to square off against a Mammoth...

Women’s Soccer Opens Conference with Tough Loss to Camels


September 14, 2017

Kicking off the conference schedule at its own Dragone Field, the Middlebury women’s soccer team suffered a gut-wrenching overtime loss to NESCAC foe Conn. College this past Saturday, Sept. 9. The Panthers seemed to control the pace of the game and were able to put seven shots on goal to the Camels’...

Women’s Soccer Falls to Williams in Semis

By Alex Morris

November 11, 2015

After upsetting Williams just one week ago, the Middlebury women’s soccer team couldn’t repeat the feat on Saturday, Nov. 7, falling in the NESCAC semifinals to the eventual NESCAC champions 2-1. In the week leading up to the game, Head Coach Peter Kim described practice as business as usual. “...

Women’s Soccer Earns Semi Bid

By Alex Morris

November 4, 2015

After losing 2-0 to Bates on Saturday, Oct. 24, the Middlebury women’s soccer team’s possibility of making the NESCAC playoffs was in jeopardy. They were able to qualify for the tournament by beating Williams 2-0 on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in the last game of regular season, and then came from behind to...

Women’s Soccer Blanks Trinity with 3-0 Win

The Middlebury women’s soccer team tallied a crucial win in the NESCAC, defeating Trinity 3-0 to all but secure to a playoff spot in the conference playoffs.

By Alex Morris

October 21, 2015

On Saturday, Oct. 17, a windy and below freezing day, former teammates gathered to watch the Middlebury women’s soccer team snatch a crucial 3-0 win against Trinity on homecoming weekend, who is second in the NESCAC standings. The Panthers now sit sixth in the conference with two games left in the reg...

Women’s Soccer Loses Early Leads for Unlucky Results

By Alex Morris

October 14, 2015

This weekend could have been much more for the Middlebury women’s soccer team, as the Panthers earned their third consecutive draw, tying Tufts 1-1 on Saturday, Oct. 10 and Wesleyan 2-2 on Sunday, Oct. 11. The Panthers began the weekend with a trip to Tufts on Saturday. Middlebury followed their ...

Women’s Soccer Rolls Rival, Colby Mules

By Alex Morris

October 7, 2015

The Middlebury women’s soccer team bounced back in a big way on Saturday, Oct 3, trouncing Colby 4-0 to show off in front of a large crowd of parents and alumni. From the whistle, Middlebury immediately looked to be the better team, as Head Coach Peter Kim demanded confidence and composure from his...

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