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Athletes on leave turn to future seasons

Will Jernigan ’21, one of several athletes taking time off this semester, embraces head coach Bob Ritter on the field after a game.

By Jenny Langerman

September 24, 2020

Fall athletes on leave this semester reflect on their experiences so far and look ahead to future seasons.

Women’s Tennis Falls Short in NESCAC Championship

Emily Bian ’21 has gone 11-10 in singles for the 2018-19 season.


May 9, 2019

The Middlebury women’s tennis team battled to the very end this Sunday before falling to second-seeded Wesleyan 2-5 in the NESCAC Championship on the Proctor tennis courts. On Friday, the Panthers blanked fourth-seeded Amherst 5-0 to advance to the final for the fourth-straight year. Wesleyan will receive an automatic bid into t...

Women’s Tennis Defeats Amherst and Skidmore

Maddi Stow ’20 (above) and her doubles partner, Christina Puccinelli ’19, beat their Amherst rivals 8-0 at the No. 3 spot.


May 2, 2019

The Panthers wrapped up their regular season this past weekend as they picked up two victories against No. 6 Amherst (9-0) and No. 16 Skidmore (8-1). On Saturday, the Panthers blanked Amherst at home inside the Nelson Recreation Center before heading to Skidmore on Sunday for a 1:00 p.m. match. The M...

Women’s Tennis Victorious Over Maine Rivals

Ann Martin Skelly ’21 prepares to receive a serve.


April 25, 2019

The No. 3 Middlebury women’s tennis team took a road trip north this past weekend, beating long-time rival No. 6 Bowdoin (8-2), before finishing off Bates 8-1 that same afternoon. With these wins under their belt, the Panthers move to 7-0 in the league and 13-1 overall. On Saturday morning against Bowdoin, Middlebury came out firing, sw...

Women’s Tennis Concludes Undefeated NESCAC Home Weekend

Heather Boehm ’20, beloved sports editor, crushes it on home courts despite a windy weekend.


April 18, 2019

It was another big weekend for the No. 3 ranked Middlebury women’s tennis team, as they eased past No. 8 Tufts (7-2) on Saturday and No. 9 Williams (7-2) on Sunday at home on the Proctor Tennis Courts. On Saturday morning, clear skies and 70-degree weather drew an array of spectators to the courts as the team played their first outdoo...

Women’s Tennis Crushes Weekend, Beats No.1 Emory

Maddi Stow ’20 rushes to hit the ball during the weekend match against No. 6 Wesleyan.


April 11, 2019

The Middlebury women’s tennis team wrapped up one of the most monumental weekends in Panther history on Sunday, knocking off top ranked Emory (6-3) to hand them their first loss of the season. The Panthers also edged sixth ranked Wesleyan (5-4) on Saturday to boot, taking over their hold on the No. 5 national ranking, and cruised pas...

Women’s Tennis Serves Up Heat Against Brandeis


March 21, 2019

The Middlebury women’s tennis team, now 2-0, continued their killer start to the season with a 9-0 sweep against No. 20 Brandeis (3-4) this past Saturday in the Nelson Recreation Center.  Once again, the Panthers showed no mercy as they started off the match by taking all three points during doubles play. The team dedicated an extensive porti...

Women’s Tennis Blanks Hamilton

By Cecelia Scheuer

March 14, 2019

The sixth-ranked Middlebury women’s tennis team proved they will be a force to reckon with this spring, opening up their spring season over the weekend with a 9-0 home victory over Hamilton on Saturday, March 9. The match took place indoors at the Nelson Recreational Center, where the Panthers kicked...

Women’s Tennis Plays Well on Home Courts


November 1, 2017

The women’s team concluded its fall season at the Middlebury Invitational Women’s Tennis Tournament from Friday to Sunday, Oct. 20 to 22, on Proctor Tennis courts and in the Nelson Recreational Center. The Panthers competed against Williams, Case Western Reserve, and Brandeis in a form of hidden...

Women’s tennis looks forward to Next chance with Williams

Middlebury College Women's Tennis


September 20, 2017

In Nescac and NCAA women’s tennis, the road runs through Williamstown, Massachusetts. The Ephs have won five of the last seven Nescac championships and eight of the last 10 national championships. The Middlebury women’s tennis team traveled to Williamstown to compete against Wellesley, Skidmore and...

Women’s Tennis Takes on Regional Competition

By Andrew Rigas

October 22, 2014

The women’s tennis team capped its fall season off at the New England Women’s Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament in Mount Holyoke this past weekend, Oct. 17-19. All three Panther duos recorded at least one victory. According to the tournamen’s format, opposing pairs would play two singles match...

Women’s Tennis Plays Trio of Matches at Home

By Andrew Rigas

October 8, 2014

The women’s tennis team fared well this weekend, Oct. 3-5, in a series of dual matches against Williams, Case Western Reserve and Army while hosting the Middlebury Invitational on Friday-Sunday, Oct. 3-5. Middlebury did not take the court until Saturday when it squared off in its first dual against C...

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