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Tuesday, Apr 16, 2024



Women’s soccer falls short of the NESCAC Tournament

The Middlebury women’s soccer team has officially concluded their season, finishing ninth in the NESCAC despite a win against second place conference opponent Williams College on Tuesday, Oct. 24, narrowly missing the opportunity to compete for the NESCAC title. 


Middlebury field hockey marches on with 14–0 streak

When the seniors of Middlebury field hockey stood out on the line for the final time of the regular season at Peter Kohn Field, there was a tangible excitement in the air. Typically, a matchup against the seventh ranked team in the nation might instill a fear of not being able to win in front of a cheering ...


Seven Questions with Amy Delman ’24, women’s tennis

Amy Delman ’24 is a senior captain of the Middlebury women’s tennis team and economics major, originally from Great Neck, N.Y. She recently concluded her fall season after advancing to the quarterfinals in the national ITA Cup alongside her doubles partner, Sahana Raman ’25. In this installment ...

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Middlebury Equestrian Team shines in the Vermont doubleheader weekend

Despite the persistent rain over the weekend, the Middlebury Equestrian Team made a shining start to their season by participating in the Vermont doubleheader. A total of 19 riders competed across a variety of events at University of Vermont’s show at Imajica Farm in Williston, Vt. on Saturday, followed ...

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Men’s soccer remains undefeated after 10 games

After 10 games of play, Middlebury men’s soccer remains undefeated with seven wins and three ties so far this year. They have earned four wins and two ties in the NESCAC after starting off conference games at home against Amherst on Sept. 9, where Harper Nicholl ’27 scored his first career goal ...

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Seven questions with Winnie Wang ’24, women’s cross country

Winnie Wang ’24 is in the thick of her final cross country season with the Middlebury Panthers. In addition to running, Wang, a neuroscience major and linguistic minor from Newton, Mass., is leading the pack as one of the captains of women’s cross country. In this installment of seven questions, ...


Seven Questions with Leo Urena ’24.5, football

Leo Urena ’24.5 hails from Cresskill, N.J., and anchors the offensive line on the football team.  In this installment of Seven Questions, Leo discusses how he got started playing football, what makes this year’s team special and his teammate’s interesting affinity for milk. 


Rookie of the Week: Molly Harrison ’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 Molly Harrison ’27 of women’s volleyball, who leads the team in kills this season. A native of Tiburon, Calif., Harrison discussed ...

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Rookie of the Week: Audrey MacLean ’27

Welcome back to another edition of Rookie of the Week, where we interview first-year athletes making a major impact in their chosen sport. This week, I sat down with Audrey MacLean ’27 of women’s cross country, who has finished in the top two in all three of the Panthers’ races this fall, to talk ...


Seven Questions with Joely Virzi ’24, women’s soccer team

Joely Virzi ’24 is starting her fourth and final year on the Middlebury women’s soccer team. She was a top scorer for the team last season and is on top of the scoring charts again this year as they head into conference play. In this installment of Seven Questions, Virzi discusses what she loves ...


Seven Questions with Kyle Nilsson ’25, men’s soccer

Kyle Nilsson ’25 from San Francisco, Calif. is competing in his third season on the men’s soccer team. In this installment of Seven Questions, Nilsson discusses his favorite memories on the team, his preferred pre-game music and his professional soccer role models.


Kelly Ferrero ’23.5 reaches 1,000-career digs as leading libero

It’s not often in any sport that a player achieves 1,000 of something, but that’s exactly what Kelly Ferrero ’23.5 did. Ferrero, a senior captain and starting libero on the Middlebury women's volleyball team, surpassed 1,000-career digs on Sept. 9 in a game against Gettysburg College.

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Rookie of the Week: Ben Hughes ’27

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Rookie of the Week, where we sit down weekly with a first year student who has been making a big impact on their varsity team at Middlebury. This week, The Campus had the chance to chat with Benjamin Hughes ’27, a runner for men’s cross country. 


Middlebury tennis teams advance in NCAA tournament

The Middlebury men’s and women’s tennis teams have continued their years of dominance this past weekend, as they both won their respective NCAA regionals. The women’s team won their seventh consecutive regional championship, and the men’s team won their eighth straight regional championship.  ...