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Sunday, Sep 25, 2022

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The Setonian

Men's Soccer Stuns Williams in Overtime Thriller

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor Williams came into Saturday's match with a record of 13 wins, no ties, no losses. They had scored 52 goals and allowed 10. Alex Blake, their leading scorer, had scored 22 goals and had nine assists, leading the New England Small College Athletic Conference ...


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Football Comes Through In Fine Fashion for Homecoming

Author: Neil Onsdorff Staff Writer For those of you who were unable to catch this past weekend's game, there is only one thing to say — unfortunate (although your cardiologist might be pleased). Hard-hitting, heart-stopping, with the Panthers the ultimate victor — all one might want for a harvest ...


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The Inside Story

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor I had just come in from the sub-zero temperatures of the tundra where they played the NESCAC men's soccer quarterfinals, and I saw that the common room in my hall was packed full of burly, unshaven men. This could have meant only one thing; it was Sunday ...


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Women's Cross Country Makes it a Four-Peat at NESCACs

Author: Mike Kirkland and Mike Mazzotta Staff Writers On Saturday, the men's and women's cross country teams traveled to Bowdoin to race in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championships. The women won the annual race for the fourth consecutive year while seven of the 12men ...


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Volleyball on a Roll for Tournament

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor The Middlebury Women's Volleyball team could not have asked for a better week going into the Nee England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament. The Panthers lost only two games en route to a 4-0 week, sending visiting teams packing for ...


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IM Football Headed in New Direction

Author: Matt Waxman Staff Writer As the leaf peepers slipped out from the covering of the woods, trading in their bifocals for front row seats at the Intramural (IM) football games, the general consensus was that while the leaves will reattain their majestic colors next fall, an IM football season, ...


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Football Gets Big Win Against Bates

Author: Neil Onsdorff Staff Writer During the past week in the sports world, there have been some extremely audacious predictions (Seattle who?), but none as bold as the prediction made yesterday by linebacker Mark Danbe '03. "It's a new season for us. We are turning over a new leaf. I guarantee ...


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Women's Cross Country Finishes Second in Championships

Author: Michael Kirkland Staff Writer On Friday, Oct 12, the men's and women's cross country teams were in Boston to compete in the Open New England Championships. In the words of popular Cross Country coach Terry Aldrich, it was a great day to be a Panther. The women let New England know that they ...


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Dennis Miller and His Pooched Humor

Author: Daniel Prepas Sports Editor OK, so the Yankees won. For the seven people who read my vilification of the Yankees last week, I still stand by what I said. Let us end it at that. If you wish to retort to last week's article and try to make me look foolish, submit a column to The Campus. I'm ...


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Women's Soccer Edges Trinity for Big Tournament Win

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor Meg Bonney '03 scored twice in a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Tournament game on Sunday to give the Panthers both a shot in the next round and a sense of déjà vu. On Saturday, the Panthers and the Triniy Bantams met in Hartford ...


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Field Hockey Continues Domination of NESCAC

Author: Emily Berlanstein Staff Writer In the words of Joe Paterno, "the will to win is important, but the will to prepare is vital." The Panther field hockey team certainly had the will to prepare last week, as they split a pair of games, falling to Vermont adversary St. Michael's 3-1 and defeating ...


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Rugby Wins Leauge Title for Fourth Straight Year

Author: Doug Haber Staff Writer This past Saturday, the Middlebury Rugby team annihilated an inferior Williams opponent 49 – 0, finishing the regular season undefeated, clinching the New England Western League title for the fourth consecutive year, and securing a spot in next weekend's New England ...


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Men's Soccer Whips Trinity, Preps for Tourney

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor The Middlebury men's soccer team continued to struggle with non-conference teams but also continued their run of good form within the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) this week. On Thursday the men traveled to St. Michael's to meet ...


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The Inside Story

Author: David Lindholm Assistant Sports Editor The growing consensus around the media is that this is the strangest season ever in the NFL. Ever! I found it hard to believe, especially only six weeks in, but since I don't follow football too much I had to check it out for myself. Here's what I've ...


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Crew Competes Amongst Nation's Best in Boston

Author: John Condon Staff Writer "It was a rush to hear the thousands of spectators cheering for Midd just as hard as they did for the US National Team," said men's captain and lightweight 4+ stroke Brian Ambrette '02 after competing with the finest of American rowing.Last weekend, Middlebury Crew ...