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Monday, May 20, 2024

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Spring sports preview

The snow is melting, the ice is thawing and students are busily hurrying to and from midterms. Spring has arrived at Middlebury, and with it comes the return of Middlebury’s spring sports teams. In this edition of team previews, we take a look at all the Panthers in action this spring — athletes ...


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Men’s basketball falls to Tufts University in NESCAC Tournament

It was a year of growth for the Middlebury men’s basketball team. After a stellar 2022-23 campaign which saw them advance to the second round of the national tournament, the team endured a dip in form as they bowed out to Tufts University in the first round of NESCAC play this year. Despite matching ...


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Reflecting on four and a half years of Middlebury athletics

The first Middlebury sports game I watched was on Sept. 14, 2019.  On that fall day, the football team beat Williams College 17–13 after All-NESCAC quarterback Will Jernigan ’21.5 rushed into the endzone with just 30 seconds left to seal the victory. 


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Rookie of the Week: Kate Flynn ’27

Welcome back to another edition of Rookie of the Week, where we introduce first-year athletes making a major impact in their chosen sport. This week, I sat down with Kate Flynn ’27 of women’s hockey, who leads the team in points this season. Hailing from Milton, Mass., Flynn discussed her origins ...


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Winter sports recap

For most Middlebury students, the end of exams in December signifies a return home and a break from the regular routine of school life. However, for many of Middlebury’s student athletes, winter break means a time for training camps and extra competitions. Since our last edition of The Campus on Dec. ...


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Rookie of the Week: Fayanne Smith-Salzburg ’27

Welcome back to another edition of Rookie of the Week, where we introduce first-year athletes making a major impact in their chosen sport. This week, I sat down with Fayanne Smith-Salzburg ’27 of women’s swim and dive, who won the opening two races of her collegiate career. Hailing from Brooklyn, ...




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