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Attacker Russell Thorndike ’25 leads men’s lacrosse in points as the team climbs into the top five nationally. This week, PFL interviews Thorndike about his journey to Midd, what has driven the team’s success and what he participates in at Middlebury outside of lacrosse. Thorndike gets put to the test with some lacrosse team trivia, and Marco drops another one of his famous guarantees. This one’s a must listen!
PFL Weekly Ep. 11: Men's tennis wins second-straight NESCAC title, T&F successful at regionals, baseball onto conference semis
For the second straight season, men's tennis are the NESCAC champions. The Panthers defeated Tufts 5–3 on Sunday to claim their 14th-straight victory this season. In other news, track & field had a successful outing at the D-III New England Championship meet, including first-place finishes from Audrey Grimes (3k steeplechase), Kate Kenny (1500m), Max Cluss (1500m) and Peter Hansen (400m hurdles). Perhaps the most electric moment of the week, though, was Zip Malley's walk-off hit to earn Middlebury baseball a victory over Tufts in the first game of their three-match NESCAC quarterfinal series. If these stories didn't sell you, our trivia question covers a wild winning streak, while Marco's stat of the week highlights the excellence of the softball team.
Be The Match is an organization that connects patients with a donor match for a life-saving marrow or umbilical cord blood transport. On Thursday, May 5, the Middlebury football team is running a Be The Match Registry Drive, recruiting potential marrow donors. The event will occur from noon to 6 p.m. in the white tent outside of McCullough.
PFL Weekly Ep. 10: Women’s track & field captures NESCAC title, men’s tennis and baseball fly into postseason
Audrey Tir ’25, from Wilmette, Ill., is a first-year on women’s golf. In the NESCAC Qualifier last October, Tir recorded an 18-hole score of -1, 70 — becoming the first golfer in program history to complete an under-par round. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Tir discusses her earliest memories with golf, why she chose Middlebury and the best hole on the Ralph Myhre course.
PFL Weekly Ep. 9: Softball breaks home run record, men’s golf records second-place finish, women’s tennis sweeps weekend
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A life-long Vermont resident, Jack Clarner ’24 grew up outdoors. When the sun was out, you could find Clarner surfing, sailing, mountain biking — you name it.
PFL Weekly Ep. 8: Women’s track & field wins meet, men’s baseball undefeated at home, women’s lacrosse charges past Colby
It would be hard to find two students on campus who love entrepreneurship as much as Sam Segal ’23 and Brett Perlmutter ’24. Both students have started businesses at Middlebury and the two helped found MiddVentures, a club that fosters student entrepreneurship.
PFL Weekly Ep. 7: Men’s tennis ranked No. 4 in country, women’s golf spring preview, club sports update