This week, our PFL Weekly hosts dissect a highly successful slate of Fall Family Weekend games. Football advances to 4–0 with a stunner over perennial rival Williams College. Volleyball’s Gabbie O’Toole ’25 leads the NESCAC assist tally by 111. Field hockey wins its 50th home game in a row. Men’s soccer beats defending national champions Connecticut College 1–0 as goalkeeper Ryan Grady moves into second place in the all-time Panther shutout rankings. Women’s soccer goes 2–0 on the weekend, snagging wins against Colby College and Connecticut College. Our hosts caught up with midfielder Emma Binks ’23.5, who scored both of the weekend’s game-winning-goals. Binks gives us the scoop on leadership, preparation and… sea animals?
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The PFL Weekly hosts chat with Victoria Fawcett ’26, a first-year runner on the Panthers’ cross country team. On Oct. 1, Fawcett followed up two recent second place finishes with a top-20 performance at the Mike Woods Invitational. Men’s soccer goalkeeper Ryan Grady ’24 ties the Middlebury second-place record with 24 shutouts as the team snags a win at ninth-ranked Wesleyan. After a 9–0 victory over St. John Fisher in their home opener on a fresh turf field, the field hockey team’s win streak reaches a staggering 39-straight games. Panther football starts the season 3–0. Women’s golf placed fifth at home for the George Phinney Classic, while men’s golf faced Division I competition at the Adirondack Invitational at the Lake Placid Golf Club. The hosts preview an exciting upcoming fall Family Weekend, chock full of home games. Tune in for updates on all things Middlebury Athletics.