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Women's Tennis Streak Halted in Trinity Romp

Author: David Lindholm It was a weekend full of Middlebury women's tennis as the team hosted the 13th Annual Middlebury College Invitational. The Panthers thoroughly dominated the action, having a player in each of the finals, both for singles and doubles. Earlier in the week, the Middlebury women dropped ...


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Big Green Only Obstacle in Water Polo's Triumphant Weekend

Author: Whitney Sones The Women's Water Polo Club had a winning weekend in Worcester, Mass. at a tournament held at Holy Cross this past weekend. The ladies found themselves outmatched when they faced up against a tough Dartmouth College team. The game had notable marks on defense and some all around ...


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Softball Wins in Lucky 13th vs. Bates

Author: Andrew Zimmermann In what turned out to be a wild weekend in Maine, the Middlebury women's softball team posted a dramatic extra inning win and a hard fought loss against Bates College. The split now puts the Panthers at 4-9 overall with a 2-4 record in NESCAC play. However, due to two losses ...


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Captain Seeley's 'Seven' Sparks Amherst Shelling

Author: Nick Ferrer The men's lacrosse team continues to tear through its NESCAC competition like a lion eating its young. On Saturday, the top ranked Panthers improved their conference record to a perfect 3-0 (7-0 overall) with a decisive victory over the Lord Jeffs of Amherst College. Playing on ...


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Rowers Strong in First Race of Season

Author: Ashley Elpern In their first regatta of the spring season, the Middlebury crew team fared quite well against Massachusetts Maritime Academy and Franklin Pierce College on Sunday, despite the fact that the races began at 6:45 a.m. with Daylight Savings Time kicking in. All boats raced on a 2,000-meter ...


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Controversy Engulfs Ruggers First Loss

Author: Dan Russel The Middlebury College Rugby Club entered Saturday's game against Harvard University not really sure of what to expect from its players as the team entered the game with radically altered chemistry. The club is missing seven of the top eight players in its front line, after having ...


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Pranksters 'Sky' and 'Layout' in Name of Tournament Glory

Author: Andrew Zimmermann With Georgia on its mind this Spring Break, the Middlebury ultimate frisbee team did more than just soak up the Southern sun. In most impressive fashion, the Pranksters took part in three tournaments, winning one and placing as the runner up in the other two. Among the highlights ...


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San Diego Gives Track Stars Chance to Shine

Author: Erich Kahner During Spring Break, the Middlebury men's and women's track teams benefited from nine days of sunning and running in the tame climate of San Diego, Calif. The team left frigid snowbound Middlebury with all its barren vegetation and adapted quickly to the sight of swaying palms and ...


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Baseball Both Hot and Cold in Florida

Author: Neil Onsdorf Florida — the land of white shoes and early bird specials. Yet, while in the Sunshine State over Spring Break, the members of the Middlebury College baseball team had their first chance of outdoor competitive action so far this season. Returning north with a three win and six ...


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Women's Tennis Tripped by Trinity

Author: El Van Woert The annual Spring Break trip brought the women's tennis team to Hilton Head, S.C., where it put in thousands of serves, hundreds of games and earned five dynamic wins in five matches. The competition included Niagara University, Carleton College, Luther College, Salisbury University ...


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THE INSIDE STORY Baseball It's Time to Don the Cap

Author: David Lindholm Winter has finally melted into spring, which means one thing above all else: baseball. The Major League season has started again, with 30 teams all with a clean slate, ready to battle it out for the title of World Series Champions. These teams face a grueling 162-game season ...


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Men's Tennis Capitalizes on Break

Author: Scott Palmer The Middlebury men's tennis team traveled to Hilton Head, S.C., last week on a continued mission to secure the program's first-ever birth in Division III Nationals, and judging by the results, the goal is more attainable than ever. The squad posted a 5-1 record, defeating Division ...


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Youth Fuels Florida Wins for Softball

Author: Francis Connolly The women's softball team was very busy during last week's Spring Break. Though it was in the pleasing climate of Cape Coral, Fla., the squad had little time to relax, playing nine games between Sunday, March 24 and Thursday, March 28. Though the team's record of 3-6 in those ...


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With Herbert in Driver's Seat, Men's Lax Speeds On Undefeated

Author: Nick Ferrer Almost halfway through the regular season, the men's lacrosse team finds itself where it hoped to be: undefeated and sitting atop the national Division III polls. With three impressive victories over Spring Break and another win Tuesday against Union, the Panthers improved to 6-0 ...


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Women's Lax Dominate in Vacation Match-ups

Author: Kate Nerenberg Coming out of a week full of hard work in the Florida sun, the women's lacrosse team is still undefeated with a record of 4-0. It remains the top-ranked team in Division III where it has been since the preseason polls came out. During the week before break, the Panthers picked ...


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Pranksters Got Georgia on Their Mind

Author: Andrew Zimmermann The Middlebury Pranksters, better known as the College's Ultimate Frisbee team, are all business. Having come within one game of making the National Tournament last year and cracking the nation's top 16, the team is one that competes amongst the region's and nation's best. ...


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THE INSIDE STORY Five Sport Shorts On a Platter

Author: David Lindholm There were plenty of things I wanted to say this week, but I couldn't organize them into one cohesive article. So here are my random thoughts this week.1) This is the first time in seven years that Middlebury has not captured a National Title in hockey. From '95-'99, the Panther ...


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Wins Mark a Polo Presence in Pool

Author: Andrew Zimmermann The Middlebury women's water polo team has gotten off to the best start in its history by collecting two solid wins in the opening tournament of the season two weeks ago. As the team prepares for the upcoming tournaments in the New England division of the National Collegiate ...


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Arkansas Heat and Unprecedented Feat Await in Ruggers' Spring

Author: Dan Russel The Middlebury College Men's Rugby Club achieved unparalleled success this season after winning the New England Championship, the Northeastern Championship and qualifying for the National Championship quarterfinals for the first time in the Club's 30 year history. They dominated nearly ...


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Revenge Sweet For Men's Lax in Springfield Rout

Author: David Lindholm The Middlebury men's lacrosse team survived their first real test of the season, defeating the Springfield College Pride 17-11 in Springfield , Mass., on Tuesday night. The Panthers were coming off a huge 28-2 victory over New England College on March 9, and with the win, Middlebury ...




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