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Review: Women's track and field

In their second dual meet of the season, women’s track and field reigned victorious over Hamilton College, 102–69. Out of 18 total events, Middlebury placed first in 14, winning every event they participated in. In the short distance races, Eva Kaiden ’23 placed first in the 100m dash (13.04) ...


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Review: Women's softball

Women’s softball (4–10) went head-to-head against Amherst this weekend, playing two games on Saturday and one on Sunday. Falling 2–7, 4–5, and 10–11 respectively, the Panthers walked away without a victory.  The Panthers played at home for both games on Saturday, celebrating seniors Kaylee ...


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Review: Women's track and field

In their first competition since March 7, 2020, Middlebury women’s track and field dominated in their season opener, beating Union College 97–58. Middlebury finished first in 14 of 18 events.  Eva Kaiden ’23 had a big day for the Panthers, placing first in the 100-meter dash (13.03) and the ...


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Review: Men’s track and field

Men’s track and field swiftly defeated Union College at home on Saturday, winning 13 out of 16 events en route to a 93–53 victory.  In the field events, Max Memeger ’22 narrowly beat Union’s Dante Scott by two centimeters in the Long Jump. The men also dominated the Hammer Throw, with Daniel ...


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Review: Women's tennis

Women’s tennis (4–2) extended its winning streak to three on Sunday, defeating Williams, 5–4. The win marks the third time in two weeks that the Panthers have won a match 5–4, with the other two victories coming against Amherst (2-2) and Skidmore (5-1). Co-captains Emily Bian ’21 and Ann Martin ...


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Review: Men's Baseball

Men’s baseball (2–6) concluded its regular season this past weekend, splitting a double-header with division leader Amherst College (8–3). Sitting at the bottom of the NESCAC West Division, Middlebury will miss out on the playoffs, with only the top team from each division — Amherst and Tufts ...


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Review: Men’s golf

Men’s golf staged a come-from-behind win this weekend to earn the program’s ninth NESCAC title and its first since 2016. Entering the weekend behind both Tufts and Trinity on points, the Panthers clawed their way back to first with an impressive score of 304 on the day, leaving the Jumbos and Bantams ...


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Review: Women's golf

Women’s golf completed the second round of the 2021 NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship on May 1 at Ledges Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass. The Panthers scored 347 in the second round, landing them in fourth overall with a combined score of 684. Williams finished first with 628, followed by host team ...


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Review: Women's golf

The NESCAC Women’s Golf Championship commenced on April 24, with teams playing 18 holes in the first of two days of competition. After day one, Middlebury sits in fourth place out of five teams, though the top three teams are all within four strokes. For most of the Middlebury team, this weekend ...


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Review: Men’s baseball

Men’s baseball (2–6) concluded its regular season this past weekend, splitting a double-header with division leader Amherst College (8–3).


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Review: Men's golf

The NESCAC celebrated its 50th anniversary as the Men’s Golf Championship kicked off this weekend at the Ledges Country Club in South Hadley, Massachusetts. For the eight out of 11 participating NESCAC schools, the competition offers a chance to earn the first trophy in nearly two years.  Tufts ...


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Review: Women's softball

Women’s softball (4–7) traveled to Hamilton (6–5) this Saturday for three games against the Continentals, winning the first contest but dropping the next two.  The Panthers took an early lead in the first game with scores from Sophie Bolinger ’22 and Noelle Ruschil ’22. The Panthers had ...