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Land Locked Rowers Eye Key Biscayne

Author: Ashley Elpern After ending its fall season on Oct. 27, 2001, the Middlebury crew team has been off the water for almost five months and only has three more days until the rowers return to their boats. While the local practice spot, Lake Dunmore, has not yet thawed, the team will be spending ...


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Women's Tennis Catch Catamounts Catnapping

Author: Els Van Woert The women's spring tennis season is picking up pace, and the young and promising team has great expectations for a banner season. While the team roster features only first-year and sophomores, they have come off a very encouraging and impressive routing of the Division I University ...


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Colby First Victim in Women's Lax Title Run

Author: Kate Nerenberg The Middlebury women's lacrosse team came out running on Saturday against Colby College, the first test that the defending national champs faced. Led by junior Char Glessner, who registered four goals, the Panthers sealed the win by holding Colby to one goal in the second half.Although ...


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Men's Tennis Serves Up Two Wins

Author: Scott Palmer The 2002 men's tennis season started according to plan for the Panthers. While the squad has not qualified for the Division III national tournament in the history of the program, if the start to the season is any indication, this fact could change very soon. The season began with ...


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Cadets the Spoiler at Panthers' Party

Author: Peter Yordan It was Shakespeare who said heavy rests the head that wears the crown, but for the men's hockey team there will be no coronation this year. Middlebury, the nation's number one ranked team and the host of the NCAA Championship, suffered a stunning and painful 5-2 loss to Norwich ...


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Panthers Bid Farewell to Senior Standouts

Author: Peter Yordan The Middlebury men's hockey team came up short in their bid for a sixth national championship this year, but for the team's seven seniors their loss is just a final sour note to four years of great hockey. The seniors, the final link to the championship teams of the late 1990s, ...


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Adrian an All-American for Third Time

Author: Erich Kahner Eleven runners lined up for the women's 5000-meter race last weekend at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships. Eleven, out of thousands of competitors across America, ran the extra mile or endured an additional hour in a stuffy fieldhouse to make it to this ...


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Alpiners Find Silver Lining in Rusten Result

Author: Andrew Zimmermann On the slopes of the Alyeska Resort tucked in the Chugach Mountains near Anchorage, Alaska, the Middlebury alpine ski team in conjunction with its nordic counterpart, finished 11th out of 23 teams at NCAA National Skiing Championships. Over the course of four days Denver University ...


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Nordic Skiers' Resolve Tested in Alaskan Journey

Author: Andrew Zimmermann Skiing amongst the top programs in the United States, the Middlebury nordic team skated its way to an 11th place result in the 2002 NCAA Skiing Championships. Denver University, which won the overall competition, dominated the men's nordic events while Colorado and the University ...


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Equestrian Team Jumps Into Third Place Finish

Author: Alison Hertel At their home horse show held at The Equestry in New Haven on March 9, the Middlebury equestrian team came in third in the point standings, a considerable improvement from their sixth place finish the weekend before at Bates/Bowdoin Colleges. Middlebury was just four points behind ...


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THE INSIDE STORY Hockey Cheers? Too Mean!

Author: David Lindholm As students, we should all have a weight hanging on our conscience. Why? Because our section of students, which sadly, included myself, was horrendously mean throughout the entire men's hockey two-game series against Wentworth this past weekend. No, not mean to each other, but ...


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Equestrian Team Makes Leap Ahead

Author: Alison Hertel Seven members of the Middlebury equestrian team traveled to Durham, Maine, to compete in the Bates/Bowdoin Intercollegiate Horse Show at the Chez Chevaux Equestrian Center on March 2, placing sixth out of a competitive field of nine schools, just three points behind Dartmouth College. ...


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Despite Its Best, Women's Relay Team Falls Short

Author: rich Kahner The Middlebury women's distance medley entered the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) championships last Friday with one goal in mind: to put themselves in a position to qualify for the national championships. En route to shaving a remarkable 14 seconds off their season ...


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Hockey Awards Amass in Panther Pockets

Author: David Lindholm The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) honored both the men's and women's hockey teams, as four players from each squad were included in the annual All-NESCAC schools. For the men, goaltender Christian Carlsson '02, forward Kevin Cooper '04 and defenseman ...


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'In a Blender' Climbing Meet Showcases Wall

Author: Ben Wessler Middlebury's annual In a Blender climbing competition was held Saturday at the Nelson Arena Climbing Wall. This competition, part of the Northeast College Climbing Competition Circuit, drew some of the best climbers and pitted them against one of the region's greatest climbing walls. ...


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At Nationals, Squash Leaves the Wiser

Author: Alison Hertel Holly Haertel '05, Sarah Herrup '02 and Casper Reske-Nielsen '02 traveled to Princeton University to face the tough competition of the Individual Squash Nationals, held Friday, March 1 to Sunday, March 3. Trinity College swept the individual squash nationals, with Amina Helal taking ...


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Women's Hockey Title Hopes Leveled by Bowdoin

Author: Kate Nerenberg and David Lindholm The Middlebury women's hockey team's season came to a quiet finish Tuesday night versus Bowdoin, following a disappointing showing in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament last weekend. The Bowdoin Polar Bears beat the Panthers ...


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At Bowl, Ski Patrol Blankets Big Green

Author: Andrew Zimmermann In the first of what is hoped to become an annual event, the Middlebury Snow Bowl ski patrol took part in a friendly competition against its Dartmouth counterpart in a match of ski talent and skill Saturday at the College's mountain. The competition came a week after Carnival ...




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