The Panther football team fell to 3-3 on the season as the Panthers dropped a 34-31 game on the road at 6-0 Trinity. The game featured six lead changes, with Samuel Viering returning a kick 85 yards with 7:36 remaining to give the Bantams the victory. Middlebury junior safety Dan Haluska (Wellesley, Mass.) tied a school record with three interceptions in the game. The Panthers had five interceptions as a team, as they edged Trinity 450-442 in total yardage on the afternoon.
The Middlebury College men's golf team completed its fall season at the NEIGA Championship in Brewster, Massachusetts. After struggling with a 337 on day one, the Panthers battled back with a 298 on day two (second lowest day two score) to earn a tie for 14th place with a 635 in the 42-team tournament.
Middlebury sophomore Brooks Farrar (Medfield, Conn.) scored his first career goal with 43 seconds left in double overtime to lift the Panthers to a 2-1 win over in-state foe Norwich. Senior Allen Bourdon (Lyme, N.H.) found Farrar with a quick crossing pass from 10 yards out, before he redirected the pass into the back of the net. The Panthers extend their all-time series lead over Norwich to 43-3-4, despite Cadet Victories in '01 and '05.
The Middlebury College field hockey team picked up its fourth straight win as the Panthers earned a 5-1 road victory at Connecticut College on Saturday. Junior Heather McCormack (Rowley, Mass.) had two goals and an assist in the win, as the Panthers held a 12-4 advantage in shots on the afternoon. With the win, Middlebury has locked up a NESCAC first-round home game and will host a contest on Sunday, November 2nd at 1:00.
The Panther women's soccer team Middlebury won its fourth consecutive game as they were 1-0 winners on the road at Connecticut College. With the win, the Panthers have locked up a NESCAC first-round home game and will host a contest on Sunday, November 2nd at 12:30.
The Middlebury College women's volleyball team had a 4-0 week, including a 3-0 record en route to the Hall of Fame Classic title at Mt. Holyoke. The Panthers won the "silver" bracket, with 3-0 victories over three different teams.