This past weekend, six fall varsity teams competed in NCAA Tournament competition. Most squads traveled out of Vermont for their matches, although field hockey, thanks to their record, hosted other schools. From cross country to volleyball, here is how each team fared.
Ellie Bavier ’22.5 (#3) protects the ball in the NESCAC quarterfinal against Connecticut College.
Siefer’s Scoop podcast: Cat Harrison ’19, two-time captain of women’s basketball, returns as team’s assistant coachBy Blaise Siefer | November 11
This week, Cat Harrison ’19 joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast. A four-year center on the women’s basketball team at Middlebury, Harrison was a two-time captain and ranks second in program history in blocked shots (105) and fourth in rebounds (746).
Week in Review: Varsity teams go undefeated at home, cross country teams place high at NESCAC ChampionshipBy Blaise Siefer | November 4
On Sunday, men’s cross country placed raced in the NESCAC Championships at Wickham Park in Manchester, Connecticut.
Skylar Diamandis ’23, from Salt Lake City, Utah, is a junior on the men’s swim and water polo teams. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Diamandis discusses why he chose Middlebury, his experience on the swim and water polo teams, and his elevator pitch to prospective Middlebury students. ...
After a first-round playoff loss to Colby last Saturday, the season is over for men’s rugby. But despite their exit from competition, Middlebury College Rugby Club (MCRC) has a lot to be proud of.
Morris wins top prize, Raman finishes second in ITA Cup
Back in competition for the first time since fall 2019, the Middlebury club crew team opened their season by reclaiming the Vermont Cup from the University of Vermont (UVM)––the first time Middlebury has defeated UVM in six years.
Women’s golf placed second in the 2021 NESCAC Fall Golf Qualifier on Oct. 9–10, earning admission to the four-team NESCAC Championship next spring. Amherst College, who won the event, will host the championship.
Middlebury’s ultimate frisbee team — known as the Pranksters — are recognized for their national acclaim and vibrantly-colored outfits. This fall, the Pranksters are competing in the first ever fall collegiate frisbee season, which makes up for the lost season of spring 2021.
Raffi Barsamian ’21.5, from Sherborn, Mass., is in his final semester on the men’s varsity soccer team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Barsamian reveals his pregame ritual, what he would tell his younger self and the strategies he uses for balancing school and sports.
Siefer’s Scoop podcast: Jack Kramer ’10.5, former football quarterback, finds wild success with MarketSnacksBy Blaise Siefer | October 28
On this episode of the Siefer’s Scoop podcast, Blaise hosts Jack Kramer ’10.5, who was a four-year quarterback on the football team at Middlebury. Kramer received a BA in German and Economics from the College in 2011, and, after graduating, co-founded an economics newsletter, called MarketSnacks. ...
With her teammates, coaches and parents all supporting her from the sidelines, Sahana Raman ’25 was the last person standing in one of the most prestigious New England tennis tournaments. But the reality of her great accomplishment did not hit her until weeks later. On Sunday, Oct. 3, Raman won the ...
Zander Kessler ’22.5, from Concord, Mass., is a senior Feb on the men’s cross country team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Kessler reveals his favorite part about being on the cross country team, his favorite memory from the season so far and one thing that people don’t realize ...
After opening their season with 14 straight wins, women’s volleyball (15-1-0) has secured their spot in the history books. The team has compiled their best start to a season in program history, sitting tied for first in the NESCAC with a 0.938 win percentage. Volleyball started their season with ...