Middlebury College’s new, 110,000-square-foot Field House is now scheduled for completion by mid-January 2015. The Field House will feature a six-lane, 200-meter indoor track with a 60-meter straightaway for sprints and dedicated areas outside the oval for high jump, long jump, pole vault and throwing events. It has been under construction since the spring of 2013 on the site of the former Fletcher Field House and its successor, The Bubble.
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has announced its 2014 Spring All-Academic Selections. To be honored, a student-athlete must have reached sophomore academic standing and be a varsity letter winner with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.35. A transfer student must have completed one year of study at the institution.
Middlebury College has finished 10th in the 2013-14 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup race. The Panthers had earned 10-straight top-five finishes, winning its first cup in 2011-12. Williams won its second-straight and 17th overall title with 1,225 points, followed by Wisconsin-Whitewater (1,134), Johns Hopkins (977) and Washington-St. Louis (924). Middlebury finished with 752 points, fourth among NESCAC schools, as Amherst was fifth (914) and Tufts placed seventh (799).
Middlebury College recently recognized seven seniors with its annual Athletic Awards. The following were recipients of the awards...
The New England Small College Athletic Conference announced its Spring All-Sportsmanship Team for each spring sport sponsored by the conference. The All-Sportsmanship Team is composed of one student-athlete from each institution for each sport and is selected by the players and coaches from their respective team for their positive contributions to sportsmanship.