Women’s golf placed second in the 2021 NESCAC Fall Golf Qualifier on Oct. 9–10, earning admission to the four-team NESCAC Championship next spring. Amherst College, who won the event, will host the championship.
Maggie Wise ’22 has helped lead the Middlebury volleyball team (8–0) to its strongest start in program history — and she was named NESCAC Player of the Week in the process. In the team’s 5–0 opening week, Wise hit .417, averaging 3.8 kills per set. After a home opener straight-set sweep over ...
Women’s softball (6–10) finished fourth in the NESCAC West Division this spring, marked by a season of ups and downs. After winning their first game, the Panthers went on to lose five games straight, followed by a three-game win streak. The same pattern continued, as the Panthers then lost their ...
Prior to the start of the Spring 2021 NCAA lacrosse season, U.S. Lacrosse Magazine named Jane Earley ’23 its Division III Women’s Preseason Player of the Year.
Read about the Flame Bearers podcast, hosted by Jamie Mittelman '10, which celebrates female Olympians, including two-time mountain biking Olympian Lea Davison '05. The podcast is a part of the student-run Women in Power Conference at the Harvard Kennedy School where Mittelman is studying.
Sports teams at Middlebury are examining recruiting practices, raising funds in support of Black Lives Matter, and taking action to address Whiteness and exclusion in their groups.