The Panther men's hockey team ended its regular season with a loss at Amherst and a win at Hamilton, securing the second seed for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament. The Panthers will host Hamilton on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. in a NESCAC Quarterfinal match-up.
The Middlebury College indoor track teams were in action over the weekend, with the women competing in the N.E.'s at Bowdoin and the men at M.I.T. A top eight finish earned All-New England honors for each athlete.
The Panther women's hockey team wrapped up its regular season with two more wins to earn the second seed in the upcoming NESCAC Tournament. Middlebury will host a quarterfinal game on Saturday vs. Williams at 1:00 p.m.
The 86th Middlebury College winter carnival is complete, with the Panthers earning a third place finish with 834 points. Dartmouth won the carnival with 881.5 points, followed by UVM (866), Middlebury and UNH (697.5).
The Middlebury College women's swimming and diving team took part in the NESCAC Championships hosted by Bowdoin over the weekend. The Panthers finished the event in fourth place with 1,047 points, behind Williams (1827), Amherst (1429) and Tufts (1145). Sophomore Emily McDonald (Glenwood Springs, Colo.) was a part of three impressive relay finishes, while capturing the 50 free with a school-record time of 23.92. McDonald also earned a second place finish in the 100 free (51.70-school record), while placing fourth in the 50 fly (26.22).
Senior Ben Rudin (Scarsdale, N.Y.) tied his career-high with 29 points to lead Middlebury to a 78-62 win over Connecticut College in a NESCAC Quarterfinal game. The Panthers will host the NESCAC semifinals and finals next Saturday and Sunday in Pepin Gym. Middlebury will host Bowdoin at 2:00 p.m., while Amherst meets Williams at 4:00 p.m. The winners will meet on Sunday at noon for the NESCAC Championship. The game was played in front of a jam-packed crowd of 1,031 fans in Pepin Gym.
The Middlebury College men's squash has finished 17th in the nation by winning its flight at the recent team nationals event hosted by Princeton. In just their second year as a varsity sport, the 20th ranked Panthers earned 7-2 victories over #21 Denison and #17 Colby before meeting #18 Bowdoin in the finals.