This week, all three men’s tennis senior captains — Aidan Harris ’24, Andrew Mueller ’23.5 and Robby Ward ’23.5 — join the PFL crew in the studio. Prior to winning the NCAA regional tournament at John Hopkins, men’s tennis retained its title as NESCAC champions, which it has held since ...
Middlebury tennis teams advance in NCAA tournamentBy Jack Mcguire | May 11, 2023
Seven Questions with Jessica Warren ’25, Women’s Track and FieldBy Owen Park | May 11, 2023
Trifecta of Middlebury teams win NESCAC ChampionshipsBy Jack Mcguire | May 4, 2023
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.10: Hogan Beazley ’23By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | May 4, 2023
Hogan Beazley ’23 tied for first at NESCAC Men’s Golf Championships, which helped the team hoist its 10th NESCAC Championship plaque. Beazley, who has lived in Weybridge, Vt. for the past nine years, shares more on his decision to go to Middlebury College, his golf development over the past four ...
Women’s lacrosse advances to NESCAC semifinalsBy Ethan Vashel | May 4, 2023
The Middlebury women’s lacrosse team has strung together yet another undefeated regular season, as they went 15–0 overall and 10–0 in conference. The Panthers walked into the 2023 campaign looking to defend their 2022 national title, which was one of three times Middlebury has been national ...
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.9: Alex Price ’23By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | April 27, 2023
Baseball captain, Alex Price ’23, just broke the Middlebury career strikeout record (178) during last weekend’s series against Williams. This week, PFL interviews Price about his introduction to America’s favorite pastime, the intricacies of being a pitcher and his preparation ahead of the postseason. ...
Track dominates at only home meet of the spring season.By Ryan Heinzerling | April 27, 2023
The track team routed the competition on Saturday at the Middlebury Outdoor Invitational. It was not particularly close, with the women’s team scoring 418 points compared to second place Plattsburgh State (108.5 pts) and third place Union (85.5 pts). The men’s team also came in first place of the ...
Middland Games: A celebration of athleticism, Scottish culture and communityBy Ting Cui | April 27, 2023
Last Saturday, Middlebury College hosted its first official Highland Games, also known to students as the Middland Games. Over 40 students competed, demonstrating their athletic prowess while audience members cheered.
Middlebury's frisbee B-Team makes history, advances to Division I RegionalsBy Jack Mcguire | April 27, 2023
The Middlebury open division ultimate frisbee teams competed in their sectionals tournaments this past weekend. The top team, who call themselves “the Pranksters,” went 2–2 at the North New England Division III Sectionals, giving them a bid to New England Division III Regionals. However, more ...
George Madison ’26 captures Middlebury Athletics through video highlightsBy Jack Mcguire | April 20, 2023
At Middlebury sporting events, fans can expect to see a typical cast of characters standing on the sidelines: coaches, bench players and referees. However this past year, a new figure has appeared on the edges of many Middlebury sports games: George Madison ’26.
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.8: Katie Murphy ’23By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | April 20, 2023
Women’s golf captain, Katie Murphy ’23, shot two under par in her last round this past weekend to help Middlebury set two new team records. This week, PFL interviews Murphy about her journey to Midd, interesting preseason workouts and rituals and current half marathon training. How much does Murphy ...
Seven Questions with Derek Ban ’24, men’s golfApril 20, 2023
Derek Ban ’24 from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. is competing in his third year on the men’s golf team. In this installment of Seven Questions, Ban discusses his journey to collegiate athletics, the unique community of the golf team and his hopes for the future of the program.
Men’s lacrosse dominates on senior night against ColbyBy Gavin Thomsen | April 20, 2023
Twelve Panthers celebrated the last home regular season NESCAC contest of their Middlebury careers on Youngman Field this past Saturday. On senior day, the men’s lacrosse team (12–1) continued their dominance this season with a resounding 22–12 win over Colby College (2–9).
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.7: Russell Thorndike ’25By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | April 13, 2023
Attacker Russell Thorndike ’25 leads men’s lacrosse in points as the team climbs into the top five nationally. This week, PFL interviews Thorndike about his journey to Midd, what has driven the team’s success and what he participates in at Middlebury outside of lacrosse. Thorndike gets put to ...
Baseball battles, but falls short in home openerBy Ryan Heinzerling | April 13, 2023
With warm temperatures finally melting out Forbes Field, the baseball team (12–6) opened up their first homestand of the year with a tough 9–8 loss to Wesleyan University (9–10) in a 10-inning affair.
Middlebury sailing team begins their spring seasonBy Ting Cui | April 13, 2023
The Middlebury College sailing team rang in the spring season with sailors traveling all across New England to compete at various regattas.
PFL Weekly S.3 Ep.5: Drew Petzing ’09By Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | April 6, 2023
PFL weekly returns from spring break with a bang!