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After a successful spring last season that saw women’s lacrosse, baseball, women’s track and field and men’s tennis all win championships, expectations for Middlebury sports teams are high for this spring. The sports editors for the campus came together to preview each team competing this spring.
The regular winter season has drawn to a close, and teams are beginning to prepare for the NESCAC Championships. Many Panthers will have to leave Middlebury to seek their fortunes, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t keep up with the action at home.
After long seasons that began last November, Middlebury’s winter sports teams embark on their postseason schedules and look to bring championship trophies back to campus. Some teams’ playoffs have already started while others will begin their quests for championships in the coming weeks. The Campus sports team put together a record of how the winter sports teams fare going into the most crucial part of the season.
J-Term may be winding down, but the winter sports season is picking up steam. With the NESCAC playoffs in sight, every team is pushing in the hopes of maximizing their fortunes in February. Given that the majority of teams boast a winning record, the remainder of the season promises to be an exciting spectacle for fans. If you were unable to watch the Panthers in action at home, here is a brief recap of their matches:
The winter sports season is in full swing, and competition is heating up in anticipation of the postseason. Here is a complete look at this week’s home events:
Mia Zottola ’24, from Arlington, Va, is competing in her third year on the women’s swim and dive team. In this installment of Seven Questions, Zottola discusses her journey to collegiate athletics, the challenges of practicing through a Covid-19 impacted season and her scorching hot take on the best meal at Middlebury.
David Porges ’25, from New York, NY, is competing in his second year on the men’s swim and dive team as a distance swimmer. In this installment of Seven Questions, Porges discusses his journey to swimming at Middlebury, his role in the SGA and his hopes for the future of the team.
Justin Belland ’25 from Montréal, Canada, is playing in his first season on the men’s golf team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Belland discusses his introduction to golf, his journey to varsity athletics, and his hopes for the future.
Major League Quidditch (MLQ) and U.S. Quidditch (USQ) have announced that they are changing their sport’s official name to “Quadball,” according to a statement released in July. The International Quidditch Association (IQA) has stated that it will adopt the name change as well.
Anna Krouse ’25.5 from Cleveland, Ohio, is running in her first season on the women’s track & field team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Krouse discusses her journey to collegiate athletics, training during her semester off and her goal to try every single event in existence.
Middlebury Club Badminton is an up-and-coming program at the college that prides itself on an inclusive environment through open-door practices and a flexible training schedule. Members and non-members alike are free to walk onto any available court, pick up a racquet and shuttlecock and start playing a game. Rather than club leadership dictating the agenda for each practice, Club Badminton lets its players choose how they will spend their time playing badminton — from working on specific skills and techniques to playing casual matches. Members hail from a wide range of skill levels, meaning that one can always find a partner and hone their skills.
Matthew Silverman ’22 was a first-year when he received an invitation to play for his commons’ Quidditch team. Growing up in Vermont, he’d heard a bit about the sport but wasn’t entirely sure what to expect — maybe it would be a combination of rugby and dodgeball. After attending several practices, Silverman grew to like his teammates and the welcoming culture of the sport. Four years and countless practices later, he serves as the president and captain of the Middlebury Quidditch Club.
Santi Canella ’25 from New York City is jumping in his first season on the men’s track and field team and has jumped straight into the school record books in the triple jump. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Canella discusses his introduction to track and field, the successes and challenges of being a jumper and those that helped him make it to Middlebury.
Xander Swann ’25, from Atlanta, is running in his first season on the men’s track and field team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Swann discusses his introduction to hurdling, his journey to collegiate track and his favorite meal at Middlebury.
Sabrina Kim ’25, from Los Angeles, is playing in her first season on the women’s hockey team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Kim discusses her introduction to ice hockey, her best moments with the team and what she’s excited for in the team’s future.