Middebury College women's tennis player Lok-Sze Leung (Hong Kong) has won the Division III ITA National Small College Tennis Championship. Matches took place at the Copeland-Cox Tennis Center in Mobile, Alabama.
The Panther field hockey team extended its winning streak to eight games as the 10th-ranked Panthers earned a 5-1 win over #15 Trinity on Kohn Field.
The Middlebury College cross country teams took part in the 45th Annual Albany Cross Country Invitational on Saturday. In a race featuring teams from all divisions, the women finished second among 23 teams, while the men were third of 21.
Middlebury head coach Sarah Raunecker won her 300th career match as the Panthers (10-5) topped Skidmore (15-8) by a score of 3-0 (12, 18, 22) on Tuesday. Raunecker, who took over the program in its second year of existence in '95, now owns a career mark of 302-170.
Junior Amy Schlueter (San Francisco, Calif.) redirected a pass from junior Lucy Wagner (Austin, Texas) for the game’s only goal at the 51:29 mark, as Middlebury earned a 1-0 victory over Trinity on Dragone Field. The win is the third straight for the Panthers, while the Bantams drop their fourth in a row.
The Middlebury College football team saw Williams gain 280 yards on the ground with five rushing touchdowns on its way to a 48-28 win at Middlebury (1-3). The Panthers gained 556 yards of total offense (6.3/play) on the afternoon, but struggled to maintain the Eph offense, which gained 494 yards on 67 plays (7.4/play).
The Panther men’s soccer team saw its six game unbeaten streak come to an end as they dropped a NESCAC contest to Trinity, 1-0. The win stops a three-game skid for the Bantams, who had dropped three straight 1-0 contests. The Panthers are back in action on Wednesday when they host Plymouth State.