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Sunday, Sep 25, 2022

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Seven Questions with Katie George

Katie George ’24, a junior forward for the Middlebury field hockey team, is coming off a 37 point All-American season that culminated in her winning her second national championship with the Panthers. She sat down this week to chat about the upcoming season and some of her favorite things about Middlebury. ...


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Sports summary: How did the Panthers fare this weekend?

The beginning of every academic year is always met with great anticipation at Middlebury, not just due to the start of classes and the sight of familiar faces, but also because of the return of the fall sports season. The semester may still be in its infancy, but there are already reasons abound for ...


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Frisbee looks to stay the course after postseason success

Following impressive postseasons last spring, Middlebury’s ultimate team, the Pranksters, are looking to revamp the team this fall to prepare for the spring 2023 season. Unlike last year, when the Pranksters competed in a fall tournament to make up for the lost season of spring 2020, this year looks ...


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Seeking the Future: Quidditch changes name to quadball

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.


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Fall sports: season previews

The biggest storyline for the Panthers will undoubtedly be how they’ll do after the graduation of Cassie Kearney ’22, who is now running for Michigan. In spite of her absence, there are many reasons to be excited about the team’s prospects this season. Bea Parr ’25 regularly finished as the ...


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Football team to host Be The Match Registry Drive on May 5

Be The Match is an organization that connects patients with a donor match for a life-saving marrow or umbilical cord blood transport. On Thursday, May 5, the Middlebury football team is running a Be The Match Registry Drive, recruiting potential marrow donors. The event will occur from noon to 6 p.m. ...


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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 ...