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Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021

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The Setonian

Track and field tackles two meets over the weekend

The Panthers track and field teams divided and conquered over the weekend by competing in two non-scoring meets. The women’s squad competed in the David Hemery Valentine Invitational on Feb. 14, while some of the men participated on Feb. 15. Men and women not present at the Valentine Invitational ...


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Women’s hockey gifts seniors with a 'W'

The women’s hockey team continued their successful season, notching two wins this past weekend. They defeated Williams 4–0 on Saturday and 3–1 on Sunday as they finished off their home portion of the season.  Maddie Leidt ’21 shined throughout the weekend, scoring a total of three goals in ...


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Men’s squash snags third at conference tournament

The men’s team played Amherst, Bates and Trinity at Bowdoin this weekend. The boys redeemed themself from the last few weeks, bringing home the win from Amherst 6–3 and Bates 7–2, but lost to Trinity, 8–1. Middlebury placed third in the NESCAC championships for the fifth year in a row. In two ...


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Panthers off to the races ahead of Middlebury Carnival

Middlebury is coming off its second straight carnival win at the Williams Carnival on Feb. 14-15. The streak couldn’t have come at a better time.  The men’s nordic team posted strong results as Peter Wolter ’21 placed 4th in the 10k classical event and Samuel Hodges ’22 followed closely with ...


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Men’s squash rounds out break on top

The Panthers lost to Bates, MIT and Virginia over February break, but pulled out wins against Bowdoin, Colby and Tufts. Though they redeemed themselves last week, the Panthers are having a less successful season compared to last year. At this point last season, they had played 18 matches and only lost ...


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Swimming and diving gets hot this winter

Although the chilly Vermont winter freezes water into lifeless ice, such rules don’t apply to the Middlebury Natatorium; the swimming pool, rather, teems with heated competition. The natatorium was especially reinvigorated when the University of Vermont, St. Michael’s and Williams gathered on campus ...


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Women’s hockey leaves February Break untouched

The second-ranked Panthers took a few hits over winter term, having lost to Plattsburgh State, 4–1, on Jan. 21 and to Hamilton, 2–0, on Jan. 31. The blue and white, however, turned the tables on Hamilton the following day and won 3–0.  The Panthers rounded out the break with a two-game win streak, ...


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Women’s basketball plays opponents close in tough losses

The Panthers hosted the Conn College on Saturday, Feb. 1. Middlebury held a 16–8 advantage over the Camels during the first ten minutes of the game, thanks to impressive play from Reagan McDonald ’23 and Maya Davis ’20. During the second quarter, however, the Camels secured 18 out of the first ...


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Alpine, Nordic ski teams go big at Bates

They did it! The alpine and nordic ski teams earned their first carnival win in a very close victory over UVM. All members of the team clocked in speedy times to dominate the Bates Carnival. For the alpine men, Justin Alkier ’21 placed first in giant slalom and Erik Arvidsson ’21 trailed him closely ...


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Men’s basketball takes no prisoners as it extends streak

Middlebury put up a dominant performance at Wesleyan on Sunday to improve to 19–3 for the season. The Panthers shot 60% (39-65) from the field, outscoring Wesleyan 48–37 in the first half and putting up 47 more in the second half en route to a 95–79 victory. The Panthers started out on an explosive ...


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Women’s squash grabs 3rd at NESCAC Tournament

Women’s Squash took anything but a vacation during Feb break. The team got back on the road to face a loaded schedule, competing against top-ranked teams. The northeast tour began with a tough matchup against both Virginia and Harvard, followed by Tufts and was rounded out with strong NESCAC tournament ...


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Men’s hockey splits weekend away, better puck next weekend

The 2019-2020 men’s ice hockey campaign is quickly rounding up for the Middlebury Panthers, who recently travelled to Connecticut to face off against NESCAC opponents Trinity and Wesleyan. Despite falling to No. 9 Trinity in a blowout on Friday, Feb. 7, the Panthers found success in their matchup ...


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Athletes from abroad: what brings them here?

The first time Ruhi Kamdar ’22 came to Middlebury, Vermont was for her first-year orientation. A tennis player from Singapore, she had never seen her new home before. But equipped with her rackets, she knew it would all work out eventually.  Kamdar is one of a small group of international students ...


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Women’s hockey perfect season snapped by Plattsburgh St.

Second-ranked women’s hockey pushed their winning streak to seven-games before it was ended by first-ranked Plattsburgh State. On Saturday, Jan. 11, the Panthers triumphed over Endicott College 3–0. Madie Leidt ’21 won the race with the first goal in the first period and Delanie Goniwiecha ’23 ...


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Men’s squash comes up short against higher ranked opponents

In November, the Panthers started off strong. However, they struggled this month to bring home a win.  Since Jan. 5, Middlebury has taken on 8 teams and walked away with only one win against Amherst this past Thursday, 9–0. They finished off the long weekend by losing 6–3 to Franklin and Marshall ...


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Men’s hockey falls twice, extends losing streak to four

The men’s hockey team lost both of its matchups this week, falling to Norwich on Tuesday, Jan. 14 and Plattsburgh on Friday, Jan. 17. With these two losses, Middlebury extends its losing streak to four, in addition to altering its season record to 7–7.  The Panthers traveled to Northfield, Vermont ...