Women’s Soccer Splits Pair of NESCAC Home Matches

By Alex Morris

September 23, 2015

Middlebury women’s soccer came away from its first doubleheader of the season with mixed results. After conceding a 2-1 defeat in the final 15 seconds of the game against Amherst on Saturday, Sept. 19, the Panthers bounced back with an emphatic 4-1 victory over Hamilton on Sunday, Sept. 20. The team ...

Women’s Soccer Draws Camels

By Alex Morris

September 17, 2015

The Middlebury women’s soccer team opened conference play with a 1-1 home draw against Connecticut College on Saturday, Sept. 13. Despite an unusually short preseason and annual difficulty of forging a new team with lots of new faces, Head Coach Peter Kim went into the match positive of what his...

Women’s Soccer Falls to Williams in Conference Semis

By Gabe Weissmann

November 12, 2014

Despite having a wave of momentum behind them going into Saturday’s NESCAC semifinal matchup, the Middlebury women’s soccer team was unable to withstand a strong Williams offense and fell to the Ephs by a score of 0-2 on Saturday, Nov. 8. Williams came out firing early in the game, shooting six...

Women’s Soccer Exacts Revenge On Lord Jeffs

By Gabe Weissmann

November 5, 2014

The Middlebury women’s soccer team continued their late-season momentum after successfully taking down Amherst in an away NESCAC quarterfinal on Saturday, Nov. 1. Strong defense against a high-pressure Lord Jeffs offense, as well as a key goal late in the first half, gave Middlebury the edge it neede...

Late Goal Sends Women’s Soccer to the Postseason

By Gabe Weissmann

October 30, 2014

After falling behind to Wesleyan late in the game as the result of a scored penalty kick, the Middlebury women’s soccer team rallied back and took the lead with two minutes left in the game, allowing them to clinch a spot in the NESCAC playoffs. Wesleyan, who went into the game with a record of 1-10-2...

Panthers Split Weekend

By Gabe Weissmann

October 22, 2014

After gaining a crucial win last weekend against Hamilton College, the Middlebury women’s soccer team continued its strong play against the Bates Bobcats on Saturday, Oct. 18, but fell to the Williams Ephs on Sunday, Oct. 19.  After getting three uncontested goals  past the defense of the Hamilton Conti...

Women’s Soccer Scores Late Goal to Top Jumbos

By Remo Plunkett

October 8, 2014

The Middlebury women’s soccer team extended their winning streak to three this past weekend, defeating NESCAC rival Tufts in a rain-soaked home match on Saturday, Oct. 4 by a score of 1-0. The game remained scoreless until the 77th minute when senior midfielder Claire Nishioka ’15 converted on on...

Breaking Through: Women’s Soccer Shuts Out Colby

Breaking Through: Women’s Soccer Shuts Out Colby

By Gabe Weissmann

October 1, 2014

Coming off a seven-day resting period after their loss to Bowdoin, the Middlebury women’s soccer team collected the win against Colby College in an away game in Waterville, Maine on Saturday, Sept. 27. The Panthers broke the ice 29:48 minutes into the first half when midfielder Hannah Robinson ’...

Tough Loss for Women’s Soccer

By Gabe Weissmann

September 24, 2014

Coming off a startling loss to Connecticut College, the Middlebury women’s soccer team continued their disappointing start to the 2014 NESCAC season this Saturday, Sept. 20 as they fell at home to Bowdoin by a score of 2-1. Going into the game, the Panthers were looking for an opportunity to turn arou...

Women’s Soccer Falls to Conn.

By Gabe Weissmann

September 17, 2014

After starting the season strong with a decisive 3-0 win over Castleton State College, the Middlebury Women’s soccer team faced mixed results in their three games this week against Amherst, Keene State and Connecticut College,  Coming off the Castleton win, the Panther women hosted conference rival Amherst...

Women’s Soccer Advances to Final Four

Women’s Soccer Advances to Final Four

By Alex Morris

December 4, 2013

With less than 20 seconds on the clock on Sunday, Nov. 24, Scarlett Kirk ’14 was battling 25 mph winds and a Johns Hopkins defender with her back to the goal and seemingly nowhere to go. In one quick motion, the Middlebury forward’s turn opened up space to tuck away the ball past the outstretched...

Women’s Soccer Advances to Final Four

By Alex Morris

November 26, 2013

With less than 20 seconds on the clock on Sunday, Nov. 24, Scarlett Kirk ’14 battled against winds over 25 mph and a Johns Hopkins defender with her back to the goal and seemingly nowhere to go. In one quick motion, the Middlebury forward’s turn opened up space to tuck away the ball past the outstretched...

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