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Monday, Mar 4, 2024



Seven questions with Skylar Diamandis ’23, men’s swim and dive

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. ...

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Ultimate frisbee competes in first ever fall season

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.

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Seven questions with Raffi Barsamian ’21.5, men’s soccer

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.


Sahana Raman ’25 qualifies for ITA Cup in Georgia

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 ...


Seven questions for Zander Kessler ’22.5, men’s cross country

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 ...


Women’s volleyball off to historic start

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 ...


When in Rome, give it a swing

  After success in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) New England Championship, three Middlebury men’s tennis players are headed to Rome, Georgia on Oct. 14 to represent the Panthers in the ITA Cup.  At the ITA regional tournament, Aidan Harris ’23 and Noah Laber ’24 won the ...


Women’s club rugby relishes return to competition

In light of the abundance of talent on the team, it may come as a surprise that no one on the women's rugby club (MCWRC) team played rugby before joining the squad. A significant portion of credit is owed to the team’s legendary coach, K.O. Onufry. One of the founding members of Boston’s Beantown ...


Seven questions for Jack Pistorious ’21.5, men’s football

Jack Pistorius ’21.5, from Park Ridge, Illinois, is a senior on the men’s football team. In this installment of “seven questions,” Pistorius recalls how he ended up at Middlebury, his favorite memory to date with the football team and what he would tell his freshman self. JL: Why did you choose ...


Field hockey extends home win streak to 40

There must be something special about Kohn Field, home of the Middlebury field hockey team, for it is there that the Panthers have won 40 straight games.    This miraculous home win streak dates back to Sept. 27, 2017, when the Panthers bounced back from a 2–3 loss against Hamilton (one of ...


Men’s cross country dominates at Aldrich Invitational

  Men’s cross country continued its perfect start to the season last weekend, sweeping St. Michael’s College, Clarkson University, and Norwich University en route to a home win at the Aldrich Invitational. Every Middlebury participant placed in the top 20 out of a field of 58. Team captain ...