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Monday, Dec 11, 2023



PFL Weekly Ep. 6: Historic win for men’s lacrosse, John Collins on fire at the plate, men’s golf spring preview

For the first time since 2009, men’s lacrosse has defeated Tufts. The Panthers put on a clinic on Saturday, winning 21–14 in a game that turned heads across the nation. Elsewhere, junior catcher John Collins is leading men’s baseball in several hitting categories, while Noelle Ruschil is among ...


PFL Weekly Ep. 5: Women’s hockey wins national title, women’s lax ranked No. 1, men’s tennis builds momentum

Undefeated! Women’s hockey (27–0–0) completed their perfect season last Saturday with an overtime win in the NCAA final. The PFL Weekly team recaps this historic accomplishment and interviews captain Madie Leidt ’22 about the victory. In other news, women’s lacrosse was recently ranked No. ...

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Seven Questions with Alexis Ballo ’25, men’s squash

Alexis Ballo ’25, from Baltimore, Md., is a first-year on the men’s squash team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Ballo discusses what drew him to Middlebury, his favorite memory on the squash team and his favorite dining hall meal. 


Women’s hockey advances to NCAA semifinals

For the first time in 13 years, Middlebury College will host the final two rounds of the NCAA Division III women’s hockey championship. Ranked No. 1 in the nation entering the NCAA tournament, the Panthers will host the semifinals, finals and third-place game in Kenyon Arena. Gustavus Adolphus College ...

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Seven Questions with Aidan Harris ’23, men’s tennis

Aidan Harris ’24, from Indianapolis, Ind., is a sophomore on the men’s tennis team. Harris plays both doubles and singles, and aims to lead the Panthers to the NCAA tournament this May. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Harris discusses his beginnings with tennis, his aspirations for ...

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PFL Weekly Ep. 4: History in Kenyon Arena, women’s swim off to nationals, track relay team earns All-American

What a week to be a Panther! Women’s hockey punched their ticket to the NCAA semifinals, men’s tennis won 18-straight matches on Sunday and the women’s DMR relay team earned All-American honors. On this episode, the PFL Weekly team recaps these accomplishments, while also previewing the women’s ...


Quidditch seeks a new name

Matthew Silverman ’22 was a first-year when he received an invitation to play for his commons’ Quidditch team. Growing up in Vermont, he’d heard a bit about the sport but wasn’t entirely sure what to expect — maybe it would be a combination of rugby and dodgeball. After attending several practices, ...


PFL Weekly Ep. 3: Women's hockey wins NESCAC title, women's lax dominant in season opener, alpine & nordic teams off to NCAAs

What a weekend for women's hockey… NESCAC champions! PFL Weekly provides an in-depth feature on this accomplishment, along with a recap of women's lacrosse's dominant season opener against Bowdoin. The team also previews the alpine/nordic NCAA championships, men's lacrosse's upcoming double-header ...

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Bradshaw Underhill '25 continues family legacy on Middlebury ski team

Bradshaw Underhill ’25 is competing in his first season on the Middlebury ski team this year, but this isn’t the first time a member of the Underhill family has competed for the Panthers. His mother and grandmother both skied for Middlebury, and from a young age, Underhill has aspired to race for ...


Spring sports: Season previews

While spring temperatures are still weeks away, Middlebury’s spring varsity teams are gearing up for their seasons.  For many of these teams, it’s been a while since things have felt normal. The 2020 season was upended in early March and last spring was severely altered because of Covid-19. ...


PFL Weekly Ep. 2: Women’s hockey onto NESCAC semis, new track and field school records, and women’s squash’s resilience at CSA Championship

This week, PFL Weekly recaps women’s hockey’s NESCAC quarterfinal win, new track and field school records and women’s squash’s resilience at the CSA tournament. Marco puts $5 on his stat of the week—wait, what? The crew names their Panther All-Stars of the week and previews a big weekend ahead ...

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Club Nordic continues to grow, impresses at regional championship

Middlebury’s up-and-coming Club Nordic team wrapped up their racing season this past weekend at the Eastern Collegiate Ski Conference Regional Championship meet. In addition to a competitive racing season, the student-led club also organized free ski lessons and gear rentals throughout January and ...