After dropping its first four matches of the season to top-ranked teams in the country, the Middlebury College women’s squash team won four straight last week.
The Panther men’s squash team earned three wins over the weekend at the Yale Round Robin Tournament. The 14th-ranked Panthers opened with 9-0 victories over #23 Colby and #20 Bowdoin, before topping #17 George Washington, 7-2.
The Middlebury College men’s basketball team remained undefeated with a 72-56 road win at Connecticut College. Junior guard Jake Wolfin (Woodcliff Lake, N.J.) poured in a game-high 21 points, all coming from beyond the arc (7-8).
The Panther swimming and diving teams returned to action with home wins over Hamilton. The men emerged with a 167-65 victory, while the women came away with a 164-78 win.
The Middlebury College indoor track and field teams opened up their winter season by competing in the Gotham Cup hosted by N.Y.U. The meet was comprised of mostly Division I teams, with the Panthers earning some top finishes.
The Panther women’s hockey team outshot Utica 41-19, edging the Pioneers (6-8) by a slim 2-1 score in a non-league game played in Kenyon Arena.
Third-ranked Plattsburgh (11-2-3) had little trouble with Middlebury (6-5-2) handing the Panthers a 7-0 loss in Kenyon Arena. The loss was the worst for Middlebury since falling 9-1 to Norwich in ’93.
The Panther women’s basketball team suffered a 72-59 setback at the hands of Conn. College in NESCAC action on Friday night. The Camels post their eighth win in their last nine games, while the Panthers dropped their sixth straight contest.