With March break around the corner, the spring sports season is picking up steam. Here’s a quick recap of Middlebury sports teams’ performances from over the weekend.
Members of women’s track team compete at NCAA Indoor ChampionshipsBy Jack Mcguire | March 16, 2023
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.4: Sofia Yubero ’22.5By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | March 16, 2023
Middlebury falls to Nichols College in second rebound of NCAA tournamentBy Josh Rosenstein | March 9, 2023
The men’s basketball team lost to Nichols College 73–66 in the second round of the NCAA Division III Championships this past Saturday. Middlebury hosted the first two rounds of the tournament at Pepin Gymnasium, after earning an at-large bid to the tournament. The team posted an impressive ...
Baseball kicks off their season with trip to AlabamaMarch 9, 2023
The Middlebury baseball team opened their 2023 season on March 4 in Montgomery, Ala. at a tournament hosted by Huntingdon College. The team went 1–2 in their play during the tournament.
Middlebury football welcomes new leadershipMarch 9, 2023
Middlebury’s football team is entering a new season of leadership — one that strives to work in cooperation to ensure a successful season.
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.2: Riley Griffis ’24, Ciara Dale ’24By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | March 2, 2023
After last week’s snow, it's only fitting that this week’s episode kicks off with some nordic ski trivia.
Charlotte Marks ’23.5 earns NFHCA DIII National Scholar-Athlete AwardBy Ryan Heinzerling | March 2, 2023
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) awarded Charlotte Marks ’23.5 the Division III National Scholar Award. The NFHCA created the award in 2014 to honor the All-American with the highest cumulative GPA through the first semester of the academic year. Marks, with her 3.97 GPA and molecular ...
Middlebury spring sports get set to start their seasonsBy Jack Mcguire, Owen Park and Ryan Heinzerling | March 2, 2023
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. ...
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.1: Alexa Mustafaj ’25, Maya Bardorf ’24, winter sports postseason recapBy Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | February 23, 2023
The first episode of our third season was published on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Spectators Guide: NESCAC Championship O’ClockBy Jack Mcguire and Owen Park | February 23, 2023
Rounding out the regular season with winning records in and out of conference, Women’s Ice Hockey (4th seed) sets their sights on the NESCAC Championships as they host Connecticut College (5th seed) this weekend.
Despite no Middlebury Carnival, the ski team is shiningBy Jack Mcguire | February 23, 2023
With the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) not scheduling Middlebury to host races this year at the Snow Bowl, Middlebury students lost their annual chance to conveniently watch one of Middlebury’s only Division I teams compete. Traditionally, Middlebury students head to the Middlebury ...
Winter sports teams begin their playoff pushBy Jack Mcguire and Owen Park | February 23, 2023
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 ...
Home Recap: How did the Panthers do this weekend?By Owen Park | January 26, 2023
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 ...
Seven Questions with Charlotte Marks ’23.5, field hockeyBy Ryan Heinzerling | January 26, 2023
Charlotte Marks ’23.5, from Manchester, Mass., is a Senior Feb on the Field Hockey Team. She plays defense and has been named to two NFHCA All Region First Teams and two All-NESCAC Second teams. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Marks discusses how the team prepares for a field hockey ...
Middlebury students and alumni compete at FISU World University GamesBy Jack Mcguire | January 26, 2023
Nine members of the Middlebury community competed in the FISU World University Games in Lake Placid, N.Y. from Jan. 12 to 22. The winter edition of the FISU World University Games is an event held every two years that allows student athletes to represent their country and compete in winter sports ...
Spectators Guide: How to keep up with the Panthers during J-TermBy Owen Park | January 19, 2023
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: Women’s Ice Hockey (8–4–1) vs. Bowdoin: Friday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. & Saturday, Jan. 21 at 3 p.m. @ Chip Kenyon Arena