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Women’s track & field wins third NESCAC title, first in 22 years

Blue hair, hoarse voices, broken records and a conference championship title — following the NESCAC Championship meet last weekend, women’s track & field has a lot to celebrate. Driven by four first-place and two second-place finishes, the Panthers scored 149 points, earning their first league ...


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Women’s lacrosse dominates Colby, 13–5, in NESCAC showdown

Whether there was magic in the air to celebrate the graduating seniors or a laser focus on securing the top seed in the NESCAC, the stars aligned for No. 1 women’s lacrosse (13–0) on Saturday in a fiercely anticipated matchup against No. 4 Colby (11–2). In what was expected to be a bloodbath for ...


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PFL Weekly Ep. 8: Women’s track & field wins meet, men’s baseball undefeated at home, women’s lacrosse charges past Colby

Women’s track & field means business this spring, finishing first out of 20 teams at the Silfen Invitational meet this past weekend. Captain highlights notable individual achievements at this meet, while Eli discusses another team that’s on fire: baseball. In other news, Blaise discusses women’s ...


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Middlebury Club Soccer launches B team

Following a successful season for both the varsity and club programs in the fall, Middlebury Club Soccer (MCS) has opened its doors for even more players to play competitively with the advent of a “B” team. 


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Club Badminton continues to grow and serve all

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 ...


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John Collins ’23.5 sets the standard for men’s baseball

With Drake playing over the loudspeakers, heads turn as John Collins ’23.5 approaches the plate sporting a pair of neon pink cleats. Off to a fast start this spring, the catcher on men's baseball leads the NESCAC with six home runs on the season. He also sits first on the team in runs (14) and hits ...