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Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021

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When in Rome, give it a swing

  After success in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) New England Championship, three Middlebury men’s tennis players are headed to Rome, Georgia on Oct. 14 to represent the Panthers in the ITA Cup.  At the ITA regional tournament, Aidan Harris ’23 and Noah Laber ’24 won the ...

The Setonian

Women’s Lax Flexes Muscles with Double Header Sweep

This team is dominant. The Panthers showed up on Saturday and Sunday as they produced two road wins that extended their current win streak to 25 straight games. The women’s lacrosse team is firing on all cylinders and it seems as if no one can stand in their way, even this early in the season. On ...


Ski teams give POWerful performance at Carnival

The alpine and nordic teams gifted their fans a handful of first place finishes at home this weekend at the 97th Middlebury Carnival. In the alpine races, the team showed up. Timmy Gavett ’22 and Erik Arvidsson ‘21 picked up first and third respectively in the slalom event. On day two, Arvidsson ...


Women’s lax returns hungry for more

The women’s lacrosse team is still hot off of its dominant season last year and continues to prove it deserves to be the number one team in the country. The squad notched a win against No. 13 Bowdoin in their season opener on Saturday, Feb. 29. Extending their win streak from last season to twenty-three ...


Panthers off to the races ahead of Middlebury Carnival

Middlebury is coming off its second straight carnival win at the Williams Carnival on Feb. 14-15. The streak couldn’t have come at a better time.  The men’s nordic team posted strong results as Peter Wolter ’21 placed 4th in the 10k classical event and Samuel Hodges ’22 followed closely with ...


Alpine, Nordic ski teams go big at Bates

They did it! The alpine and nordic ski teams earned their first carnival win in a very close victory over UVM. All members of the team clocked in speedy times to dominate the Bates Carnival. For the alpine men, Justin Alkier ’21 placed first in giant slalom and Erik Arvidsson ’21 trailed him closely ...

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