No. 3-ranked Middlebury men’s tennis goes 11–3 at the Dartmouth Invitational as Neel Epstein ’25, Robby Ward ’23.5 and Julian Wu ’26 each win all three of their matches. Football improves to 5–1 with a monster 40–28 win at Bates College, as Donovan Wood ’24 takes the lead in NESCAC scoring. Field hockey wins at Tufts University, and the PFL team catches up with starting defender Emily Stone ’25, who talks about coming back from a tough loss against Trinity College last week and the role of leadership. The cross country teams take the weekend off as they prepare for the upcoming NESCAC championship. Men’s golf finishes second out of 23 at the NEIGA championship in Maine, while the women’s squad takes second out of 11. Men’s and women’s soccer both tie at Tufts. Stay tuned for more info about the upcoming NESCAC playoffs.