Elizabeth Morris led Middlebury to a 2-0 win over Hamilton, tossing a complete game shut-out over the Continentals. With the victory, the Panthers improve to 6-1 in the NESCAC West and 15-8 overall, while Hamilton stands at 7-17 on the season and 1-5 in conference play. The teams will play a double-header tomorrow at noon, wrapping up their three-game series.
The Middlebury baseball team dropped both ends of its NESCAC West home-opening doubleheader on Friday afternoon to Amherst at Forbes Field. The Lord Jeffs (20-5, 6-1 NESCAC) earned a 3-0 win in game one, and edged the Panthers (4-14, 2-9 NESCAC) in the nightcap 2-1 in 10 innings. The teams will conclude the three-game series on Saturday at noon.
Maintaining a strict routine and using meditation to cope with stress are two of Middlebury graduate Steven Hauschka’s keys to becoming a successful placekicker in the National Football League. In addition to his talent and his sheer determination to play in the NFL (he was cut by five teams), the 28-year-old neuroscience major told a full house in the McCullough Social Space...
Laurel Pascal scored eight goals to lead seventh-ranked Middlebury (10-3) to a 15-8 win over Union (7-5) through driving rain on Kohn Field. The Panthers return to action on Saturday when they host Colby at 11:00 a.m. The eight goals in a game are the most for a Middlebury player since Heidi Howard ’99 accomplished the feat on May 10, 1998.
Middlebury scored a season-best 18 goals on 42 shots, topping Skidmore 18-10 in a non-league contest on Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium. The Panthers (7-6) have won all seven meetings against the Thoroughbreds (4-9). Both teams return to league play on Saturday as Middlebury travels to Colby for a NESCAC tilt, while Skidmore visits R.I.T. in a Liberty League contest.