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Manhattanville Ends Panthers' D-III Dominance at 136 Games

Author: Kate NerembergStaff Writer It has been a long time since a Division III women's hockey team has been able to overcome the consistent superiority of the Middlebury Panthers. On Jan. 26, Manhattanville College snapped Middlebury's 136-game winning streak, with a 4-1 victory. The Panthers had not ...


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NESCAC Award Sweeter Second Time for Neil

Author: Andrew Zimmermann For the second time this season Middlebury College women's hockey player Amber Neil '03 has won the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) player of the week honor. The junior defensemen earned the distinction last week in three Panther wins in which she scored ...


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Ephs Sink Men and Women Swimmers

Author: SHannon Egan Last weekend the swimmers and divers took on both Union and Dartmouth colleges in an exciting pair of home meets. Both teams powered through and defeated Union, but Middlebury fell to Dartmouth on Sunday. Against Union, the women dominated the meet, ending in a score of 219-78. ...


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Nordic Skiers to Gain Momentum After Slow Start

Author: Andrew Zimmermann Over the past two weekends the Middlebury ski team has kicked off its season with a fourth and a third place finish respectively. The nordic team has played an integral role in the strong early season start and looks to improve as the winter wears on. On Jan. 19 and 20 the ...


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THE INSIDE STORY Panthers' Streak All the Numbers

Author: David Lindholm The Middlebury women's hockey team's 4-1 loss to Manhattanville on Saturday signified the beginning of a new challenge for the team; the Panthers' loss, like the tie with Bowdoin last year, shows that the team is not invincible. Every team will be gunning for the Panthers now, ...


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Men's Hockey Throttles Colby, Slowed by Polar Bears

Author: Peter YordanStaff Writer The Middlebury men's hockey team opened their winter season with verve and alacrity, rolling off four convincing wins before drawing with Bowdoin on Saturday. The team, which finished off the fall portion of their season with an important 3-2 victory over Plattsburg ...


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Conn. College Leveled by Panther Onslaught

Author: David LindholmSports Editor Connecticut College was the latest team to be steamrolled by the Middlebury College women's hockey team, as the Camels came to play two in Kenyon Arena over the weekend. The Panthers dominated completely, out shooting the Camels 91-11 over the course of both games. ...


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The Inside Story Red Sox vs. Yankees? No Contest

Author: David Lindholm Pitchers and catchers report to spring training in a month. The Red Sox, with a retooled lineup and pitching staff, will look to improve on their last year's tough season. The 2001 campaign for the Sox was rife with injuries and discord. This year will be different. The Sox ...


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Resilient Panthers Making Strides Despite Setbacks

Author: Dan RussellStaff Writer The Middlebury College men's basketball team returned from their break with renewed enthusiasm, as they resumed practice on Dec. 30 in preparation for a grueling winter term schedule, consisting of seven games over the course of 13 days. The new year began on a somber ...


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Women's Basketball Dealt Blow by Norwich

Author: Emily BerlansteinStaff Writer While the majority of Middlebury students were welcoming 2002 in style, whether at home or on vacation, the women's basketball team rang in the New Year here in snowy Vermont, with practice. The Panthers returned to Middlebury on Jan. 30, and have since been preparing ...


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Squash Splits at Williams Matches

Author: Alison HertelStaff Writer The Middlebury women's squash team came back from winter break and headed to the Williams Invitational Tournament where they came out with a mixed result, 2-2.On Friday, Jan. 11, Middlebury beat Mt. Holyoke College 9-0 and Bowdoin College 5-4. Amanda Knappman '04 said, ...


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Downhillers Focused on Finish Line

Author: Andrew ZimmermannSports Editor By most definitions the 2000-2001 campaign for the Middlebury alpine ski team was a success. Not only did the team finish seventh overall in Division I, they played gracious host to the nation's top teams at the National Championships held at the Snow Bowl in ...


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Swimmers and Divers Almost Perfect in Home Opener

Author: David LindholmSports Editor The Panther swimming and diving teams had a split weekend, as the women cruised by Hamilton by a score of 161-82, whereas the men's team fell in a close decision, 127-110.Many strong individual performances highlighted the day for the women. Sophomore Lizzy DeWitt ...


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Nordic Team Prepares

Author: Andrew ZimmermannSports Editor With the late advent of winter here in Vermont this season, under most circumstances the Middlebury nordic ski team would be facing their first carnival unprepared. The team had to cancel its annual pre-season trip to Quebec for lack of snow for just the second ...


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Pranksters Make National Debut at North Carolina Tourney

Author: John Oliver The Middlebury Ultimate Frisbee Pranksters made their mark on a national level three weeks ago in a tournament that concluded the fall season. Electing to pass on "Frozen Disc," a regional, co-ed tournament held at Dartmouth, the Pranksters instead undertook a thirteen-hour drive ...


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Five Shutouts in a Row for Women's Hockey

Author: David Lindholm Another game, another shutout. The Middlebury women's hockey team extended their run to five straight games to start the season and have not yet allowed a goal. The latest victory came at the expense of the Sacred Heart Pioneers, who came into the game with a 3-1 record on ...


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The Inside Story

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor I keep having this nightmare: it's the World Cup, in Korea and Japan, and the United State shocks Portugal in their opening match. Then they proceed to take out South Korea and then draw with Poland to go through to the second round. Then they pull off ...


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Swim Teams Lose Despite Inidivdual Improvments

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor The Middlebury men's and women's swim teams traveled to Amherst this weekend. Both teams swam well, but neither could come up with a win, as the men fell by a score of 143-93 and the women lost by an almost identical score of 150-93. Both teams are now ...


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Men's Basketball Overcomes Slow Start

Author: Dan Russel The Middlebury College men's basketball team began their season at the Lopata Classic in St.Louis (Mo.) against the sixth ranked team in Division III, Washington University in St.Louis. The Panthers were able to keep stride with the Bears at first, holding the lead with eight minutes ...


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Women's Squash Off To Strong Start

Author: Alison Hertel In competition last weekend the women's squash team tasted vicory, and the newcomer men's team faced defeat.The women's squash team played their first matches of the season at the Wesleyan Round Robin last weekend. The women beat St. Lawrence 7-2 and lost to Bates 3-6 on the first ...




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