Club sports are an alternative to the highly structured environment of varsity athletics at Middlebury. However, compared to varsity, club teams receive little funding and few resources, putting a lot of responsibility on the coaches to keep their teams’ wheels spinning.
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Last Tuesday, Middlebury Associate Professor of Sociology Jamie McCallum won a contentious local election, definitively earning his seat — with 1,389 votes against his opponent’s 845 — on the Addison Central School District (ASCD) board for the town of Weybridge.
While spring temperatures are still weeks away, Middlebury’s spring varsity teams are gearing up for their seasons. For many of these teams, it’s been a while since things have felt normal. The 2020 season was upended in early March and last spring was severely altered because of Covid-19. That’s not to say that we are officially back to normal, but the spring 2022 season brings promise and excitement. Unlike last year, spring teams will play both in-conference and non-conference opponents and won’t be subjected to the same Covid-19 measures as last year. With many teams starting their seasons this weekend, The Campus’ sports editors have compiled previews of every team.