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Winter sports teams begin their playoff push

After long seasons that began last November, Middlebury’s winter sports teams embark on their postseason schedules and look to bring championship trophies back to campus. Some teams’ playoffs have already started while others will begin their quests for championships in the coming weeks. The Campus ...

The Setonian

Home Recap: How did the Panthers do this weekend?

J-Term may be winding down, but the winter sports season is picking up steam. With the NESCAC playoffs in sight, every team is pushing in the hopes of maximizing their fortunes in February. Given that the majority of teams boast a winning record, the remainder of the season promises to be an exciting ...


Seven Questions with Charlotte Marks ’23.5, field hockey

Charlotte Marks ’23.5, from Manchester, Mass., is a Senior Feb on the Field Hockey Team. She plays defense and has been named to two NFHCA All Region First Teams and two All-NESCAC Second teams. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Marks discusses how the team prepares for a field hockey ...


Middlebury students and alumni compete at FISU World University Games

Nine members of the Middlebury community competed in the FISU World University Games in Lake Placid, N.Y. from Jan. 12 to 22.  The winter edition of the FISU World University Games is an event held every two years that allows student athletes to represent their country and compete in winter sports ...

The Setonian

Spectators Guide: How to keep up with the Panthers during J-Term

The winter sports season is in full swing, and competition is heating up in anticipation of the postseason. Here is a complete look at this week’s home events: Women’s Ice Hockey (8–4–1) vs. Bowdoin: Friday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. & Saturday, Jan. 21 at 3 p.m. @ Chip Kenyon Arena


Middlebury men’s basketball off to a dominant start of the season.

The Middlebury men’s basketball team has dominated this season with an overall record of 14–2 and a record of 3–1 against NESCAC opponents. The team has been ranked as high as eighth in the country, while owning the fourth best point differential in the NESCAC, thanks to a balanced playstyle. ...

PFL Weekly

PFL Weekly

Annnnnnnnddddddd… we’re back! After a prolonged absence, Panthers for Life Weekly hosts Ben, Sam, Dan and Cole bring you the highlights from early-season winter NESCAC action. 

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Seven Questions with Mia Zottola ’24, women’s swim and dive team

Mia Zottola ’24, from Arlington, Va, is competing in her third year on the women’s swim and dive team. In this installment of Seven Questions, Zottola discusses her journey to collegiate athletics, the challenges of practicing through a Covid-19 impacted season and her scorching hot take on the ...

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Field hockey claims fifth consecutive national title

In a tense and exhilarating match against Johns Hopkins for the 2022 national title, the Panthers secured their fifth consecutive national championship, proving, yet again, that there is something incredibly unique about the tradition of Middlebury field hockey. The game was a gritty, thrilling and ...


Winter Sports Previews

The men's and women’s alpine teams collectively earned 10th place at NCAA nationals last season, and after graduating several key skiers, will be looking for new faces to score points for the Panthers. On the women’s side, Ali Nullmeyer ’24 saw few NCAA competitions last year as she raced on the ...

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Seven questions with Maggie Reynolds, women’s swimming and diving

Maggie Reynolds ’24 from Slingerlands, N.Y. is kicking off her junior season on the women’s swimming and diving team. Reynolds, a history major and Spanish and political science double minor, primarily swims the 200 and 400 meter individual medley (IM). In this installment of seven questions, she ...


Middlebury Football finishes strong season

The Middlebury football team finished the year 7–2 as the NESCAC runner-up behind Trinity College (9–0). This year showed a significant improvement from the Panthers’ 3–6 season last year, marking a solid final stretch for Bob Ritter, who completed his final year as head coach.

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Field hockey wins fifth consecutive NESCAC title

Dynasty. In the world of sport, this word immediately conjures images of Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls or Larry Bird’s Boston Celtics. In Middlebury, the word cannot be said without thinking immediately of the field hockey team.

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Captain’s Corner: Grace Harlan ’22.5, Field hockey

Welcome to another week of Captain’s Corner, where I sit down with a captain of a Middlebury College athletics team to talk Captain to captain about the role, the team and their life at Middlebury. This week I got a chance to speak with Grace Harlan ’22.5 about the team’s NESCAC Championship win ...