The Middlebury men's lacrosse team advanced to the NESCAC semifinals after a 15-12 road win at third-seeded Amherst. The sixth-seeded Panthers will take on #4 Bowdoin next Saturday at 3:00 at Tufts, while #8 Wesleyan meets #2 Tufts in the other semifinal at 12:00. The championship game is slated for Sunday at noon.
The Panther men's tennis team completed another perfect NESCAC regular season with an 8-1 win at #12 Williams (9-5, 6-2) on Sunday afternoon. Top-ranked Middlebury moved to 16-2 overall, 8-0 in the league with the victory. The Panthers have now lost just one NESCAC regular season match since '02.
The Middlebury College track and field teams took part in the Division III New England Championships hosted by Tufts on Saturday. The Panther women finished in 10th place among 29 scoring teams, while the men were 12th with 25 teams scoring. Top eight finishers at the meet earned All-New England honors.
The 12th ranked Panther women's tennis team dropped a tough 5-4 match at second-ranked Amherst on Saturday, by a score of 5-4. The Jeffs improve to 15-2, 7-1, while the Panthers fall to 12-4, 4-3 in NESCAC play.
The Middlebury College women's lacrosse team lost a tight game at Colby, falling 9-8 in a NESCAC Quarterfinal game in Maine. The Panthers finish their season at 8-7 and will miss the NCAA's for the first time since they've been eligible ('93-'94), a span of 16 years.
The Middlebury College softball team took game one of a key NESCAC West series with Wesleyan by a final score of 5-0. Middlebury struck for four runs in the third inning, sending 10 batters to the plate.
Middlebury senior Erich Enns (Lansdale, Pa.) became the school's all-time leader in stolen bases as the Panthers earned a 9-7 road win at Skidmore. Enns' 39 thefts surpass David Reister '05, who stole 38 bases from 2003-05.