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Emily Bian ’21 (left) and Ann Martin Skelly ’21 (right) were senior co-captains for the Panthers this season.

Season in Review: Women’s tennis

By Blaise Siefer May 20, 2021

Despite a rookie-heavy roster this season, women’s tennis (4–3) exceeded expectations and finished second in the NESCAC West Division. Four of seven rostered players — including All-NESCAC singles...

Sami Remis ’24 won at #3 singles against Williams on Saturday, May 8.

Review: Women’s tennis

By Blaise Siefer May 13, 2021
Women’s tennis (4–3) couldn’t extend their winning streak to four on Saturday, losing to Williams, 5–4.
Kavina Amin ’24 serves the ball in Sunday’s contest against Skidmore.

Review: Women’s Tennis

By Blaise Siefer April 29, 2021
After suffering two losses last week, the Panthers women’s tennis team (3–3) won back-to-back matches against Amherst and Skidmore this weekend, a performance largely spearheaded by the rookie class.  
The women’s tennis team pictured in 2020.

Review: Women’s tennis

By Blaise Siefer April 8, 2021

Although the women’s tennis team was supposed to open their season on April 3, a positive Covid-19 test on Trinity’s roster delayed the season opener to April 11. It was a tease, but after almost...

Amanda Frank ’23 joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast to discuss her Middlebury tennis career, as well as her experience interviewing Venus Williams this past spring.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #6: Amanda Frank ’23, women’s tennis

By Blaise Siefer October 15, 2020
On this episode of Siefer's Scoop, Amanda Frank '23 from the women's tennis team talks about what it's like to play tennis during the time of Covid-19, her experience playing tennis growing up and the state of team culture these days. Plus, hear about what it was like to interview Venus Williams!
Will Jernigan ’21, one of several athletes taking time off this semester, embraces head coach Bob Ritter on the field after a game.

Athletes on leave turn to future seasons

By Jenny Langerman September 24, 2020
Fall athletes on leave this semester reflect on their experiences so far and look ahead to future seasons.
Emily Bian ’21 has gone 11-10 in singles for the 2018-19 season.

Women’s Tennis Falls Short in NESCAC Championship


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...

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

Women’s Tennis Defeats Amherst and Skidmore


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...

Ann Martin Skelly ’21 prepares to receive a serve.

Women’s Tennis Victorious Over Maine Rivals

By CECELIA SCHEUER 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...

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

Women’s Tennis Concludes Undefeated NESCAC Home Weekend

By CECELIA SCHEUER 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...

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

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

By CECELIA SCHEUER 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...

Junior Skylar Schossberger dishes out a backhand in a doubles match.

Women’s Tennis Serves Up Heat Against Brandeis

By CECELIA SCHEUER 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...

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