Blaise Siefer ‘23 is the Senior Sports Editor.
Siefer is majoring in Sociology and plans to minor in Spanish.
Now in his third year writing for The Campus, Siefer has covered several varsity teams and has written numerous feature stories for the sports section. Last year, he began to host and produce a sports podcast, Siefer's Scoop, which he will continue to run throughout the '21-22 academic year. The podcast tells the stories of Middlebury's varsity athletes, both past and present.
Siefer is also the co-president of Middlebury Club Soccer.
Be The Match is an organization that connects patients with a donor match for a life-saving marrow or umbilical cord blood transport. On Thursday, May 5, the Middlebury football team is running a Be The Match Registry Drive, recruiting potential marrow donors. The event will occur from noon to 6 p.m. ...
Audrey Tir ’25, from Wilmette, Illinois, is a first-year on women’s golf. In the NESCAC Qualifier last October, Tir recorded an 18-hole score of -1, 70, the first golfer in program history to complete an under-par round.
PFL Weekly Ep. 9: Softball breaks home run record, men’s golf records second-place finish, women’s tennis sweeps weekendBy Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | April 28, 2022
The school records keep coming! Baseball and softball both shattered program home run records this past weekend, recording dominant victories in the process.
A life-long Vermont resident, Jack Clarner ’24 grew up outdoors. When the sun was out, you could find Clarner surfing, sailing, mountain biking — you name it.
PFL Weekly Ep. 8: Women’s track & field wins meet, men’s baseball undefeated at home, women’s lacrosse charges past ColbyBy Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler and Eli Dibari | April 21, 2022
Women’s track & field means business this spring, finishing first out of 20 teams at the Silfen Invitational meet this past weekend. Captain highlights notable individual achievements at this meet, while Eli discusses another team that’s on fire: baseball. In other news, Blaise discusses women’s ...
It would be hard to find two students on campus who love entrepreneurship as much as Sam Segal ’23 and Brett Perlmutter ’24. Both students have started businesses at Middlebury and the two helped found MiddVentures, a club that fosters student entrepreneurship.
PFL Weekly Ep. 7: Men’s tennis ranked No. 4 in country, women’s golf spring preview, club sports updateBy Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler, Caroline Harding and Eli Dibari | April 14, 2022
After beginning the year unranked, men’s tennis was just ranked fourth in Division III by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). The team just defeated No. 18 Amherst and Hamilton and is showing no signs of slowing down! In other news, the PFL Weekly crew features the women’s golf team, who ...
PFL Weekly Ep. 6: Historic win for men’s lacrosse, John Collins on fire at the plate, men’s golf spring previewBy Blaise Siefer, Captain Rudolph, Marco Fengler, Caroline Harding and Eli Dibari | April 7, 2022
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 ...