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Monday, Apr 22, 2024



Review: Women's softball

Women’s softball (4–7) traveled to Hamilton (6–5) this Saturday for three games against the Continentals, winning the first contest but dropping the next two.  The Panthers took an early lead in the first game with scores from Sophie Bolinger ’22 and Noelle Ruschil ’22. The Panthers had ...


Review: Women's Tennis

After suffering two losses last week, the Panthers women’s tennis team (3–3) won back-to-back matches against Amherst and Skidmore this weekend, a performance largely spearheaded by the rookie class.   On Saturday, women’s tennis hosted Amherst (2–2), a NESCAC West Division foe. In doubles ...


Siefer’s Scoop Episode #17: Ellie Barney ’21.5, women’s hockey

This week, Siefer’s Scoop welcomes podcast fan and women’s hockey player Ellie Barney ’21.5. The episode begins with a chat about podcasting, from Barney’s favorite podcasts to Bianca Giaever, a Midd alumna who works for a nationally acclaimed podcast. We pivot to a discussion about Barney’s ...


Review: Men’s baseball

In their first weekend of spring action, men’s baseball (0–2) dropped both games against Williams College (5–0) in a doubleheader. In the first game, the teams traded runs early on, including a three-run homerun from Lucas Flemming ’24. The contest remained close until the fifth inning, when ...


Review: Women’s tennis

Women’s tennis opened their five-match spring season with a victory against Hamilton on April 10, winning 7–2.  Emily Bian ’21 and Ann Martin Skelly ’21, senior co-captains, were one of three tandems to win in doubles play for the Panthers. Amy Delman ’24 and Sami Remis ’24 also won in ...


Review: Women’s softball

The Panthers (1–4) played three games against Williams this past weekend, losing all three and extending their losing streak to four games. On Saturday, the team hosted Williams and fell, 3–0 and 4–0 respectively. The next day, the Panthers traveled to Williamstown, where they battled to a 4–3 ...


Review: Men’s golf

Men’s golf made their first competitive appearance since late 2019 this past weekend, recording a third place finish out of six teams at the Hamilton Spring Invitational. The invitational was hosted at the Yahnundasis Golf Club in New Hartford, NY on Saturday, April 10. Hamilton fielded three full ...


Review: Women’s golf

Women’s golf completed the second round of the 2021 NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship on May 1 at Ledges Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass.


Middlebury Union High School athletics adapt in Covid-defined year

Competitive athletics might have just returned to Middlebury College, but Middlebury Union High School (MHS) has organized Covid-friendly competition since this fall. It’s been a successful operation headed by Sean Farrell, the athletic director at MHS. Outside of a ubiquitous mask mandate, most ...


Men's baseball

As head coach Mike Leonard gears up for his fifth season at the helm of the men’s baseball team, a giddy excitement surrounds the team and the players who decided to return.  The team will field a squad of 15 players this spring, consisting of 11 first-year players and four sophomores — all underclassmen ...


Review: Women's track and field

In their second dual meet of the season, women’s track and field reigned victorious over Hamilton College, 102–69. Out of 18 total events, Middlebury placed first in 14, winning every event they participated in.


Review: Women's golf

The women’s golf team is gearing up to begin NESCAC play in a short few days, when they’ll compete at the Hamilton Invitational on April 10.  The team hopes to build on a strong fall 2019 season in which they finished in the top three at all five of their tournaments, including a first place finish ...


Review: Women's softball

Women’s softball opened their 14-game spring season at home on Saturday, splitting a doubleheader against Tufts.  The Panthers emerged victorious in the first game, winning 3–2. Jewel Ashbrook ’23 was a standout pitcher for the Panthers, earning her first win for Middlebury. The winning run ...


Review: Men's track and field

Competition is fast-approaching for the men’s track and field team, with their first meet scheduled for May 1 against SUNY Potsdam and Union College. It will mark the first of three meets this spring, including a home meet against Hamilton on May 8 and an away meet at Williams on May 15.  Covid-19 ...


Review: Men's golf

Men’s golf closed out its short season in style this weekend, hosting Hamilton at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course. Unlike previous meets, only individual tallies were counted on Saturday.


Review: Women's tennis

Although the women’s tennis team was supposed to open their season on April 3, a positive Covid-19 test on Trinity’s roster delayed the season opener to April 11. It was a tease, but after almost 18 months without a match, the season opener doesn’t feel far off. Only seven of 11 players are on ...