The Middlebury College field hockey team recently received the Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Collegiate National Academic Team Award. The National Academic Team Award recognizes those institutions that achieve a minimum GPA of 3.0 during the first semester of the 2011-12 academic year.
The Middlebury College field hockey program has announced its summer camp schedule for for 2012. The Panther field hockey camp will take place from August 5-7 on the newly rebuilt Kohn Field on campus. CLICK HERE for the camp brochure and be sure to fill out the RELEASE FORM if you plan to attend.
Three members of the Middlebury College field hockey team were honored when the NFHCA (National Field Hockey Coaches Association) released its All-American teams. Junior Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) earned a spot on the first team, classmate Margaret Souther (Scarsdale, N.Y.) was a second-team honoree, while junior Charlotte Gardiner (Larchmont, N.Y.) was named to the third team.
Middlebury College field hockey player Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) has been named the NFHCA (National Field Hockey Coaches Association) New England Region Player of the Year. The junior helped lead the Panthers to this year’s NCAA Championship game with an overall record of 17-4.
Middlebury saw its hopes of an NCAA Championship fall short, dropping a 3-1 game to The College of New Jersey. The title game took place on Vendetti Field on the campus of Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts. The Lions won their 14th straight game to finish at 24-2 overall, while the Panthers finish the year with a 17-4 mark. Appearing in the NCAA title game for the sixth time in school history, Middlebury previously won the championship in ’98.
Middlebury will make its first appearance in the NCAA Championship game since 2007 after a 3-0 win over Bowdoin in a semifinal contest at Nichols College. The Panthers will take on the The College of N.J., a 2-0 winner over Ursinus, in the NCAA Championship game on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
The Middlebury College field hockey team will make its fourth trip to the NCAA final four this weekend at Nichols College in Dudley, Mass. The Panthers will take on NESCAC foe Bowdoin at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 19th, while The College of New Jersey meets Ursinus at 2:00 p.m. The winners meet in the NCAA Championship game on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
Four members of the Middlebury College field hockey team were honored when the NFHCA (National Field Hockey Coaches Association) released its all-region teams. Juniors Charlotte Gardiner (Larchmont, N.Y.), Margaret Souther (Scarsdale, N.Y.) and Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) earned first-team honors, while first-year player Catherine Fowler (Grosse Pte., Mich.) was named to the second team.
Middlebury advanced to the NCAA final four after a 1-0 win over Amherst at Skidmore in an NCAA Regional Final contest. The Panthers advance to next weekend’s semifinal round, where they will take on Bowdoin on Saturday, November 19th at 11:00 a.m. Ursinus meets TCNJ in the other contest at 2:00 p.m.
Lauren Greer had a pair of goals to lead Middlebury to a 2-1 victory over Franklin & Marshall in an NCAA Regional at Skidmore College. The Panthers improve to 15-3 and will face Amherst, a 2-0 winner over Skidmore, in the NCAA quarterfinals on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Middlebury College field hockey team will make its ninth consecutive and 12th overall appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Panther earned an at-large bid and will travel to Skidmore for an NCAA Field Hockey Regional this weekend. Middlebury will take on the winner of the Franklin & Marshall/Cortland game on Saturday, November 12th at 1:00.
Middlebury College field hockey player Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Year. Joining Greer as a first-team All-NESCAC selection was junior Charlotte Gardiner (Larchmont, N.Y.), while junior Margaret Souther (Scarsdale, N.Y.) earned a spot on the second team. The three helped lead the Panthers to a 14-3 mark this season, as they prepare for an NCAA Regional at Skidmore this weekend.
Middlebury's Lauren Greer scored the game-winning goal on an overtime penalty stroke to lift the third-seeded Panthers over second-seeded Amherst 2-1 in the NESCAC Field Hockey semifinals Saturday at Bowdoin College.
Liz Clegg scored the game-winning goal with 1:48 remaining to give Bowdoin College its seventh NESCAC Championship on Sunday at Ryan Field, 2-1, over Middlebury. The top-seeded and top-ranked Polar Bears improve to 17-0 this season and stretch the nation's longest winning streak to 24 consecutive matches.
Middlebury will look to avenge its two losses this season when they take part in the 2011 NESCAC Championship weekend hosted by Bowdoin. The Panthers will meet Amherst in a semifinal match-up on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
Lauren Greer became the school’s all-time leading goal scorer as Middlebury earned a 3-0 win over Williams in a NESCAC Quarterfinal match-up on Kohn Field. Greer’s two goals today give her 68 in three seasons, two more than Heidi Howard, who tallied 66 from ’95-’98.
With a 10-0 conference mark, defending conference champion Bowdoin College has secured the number-one seed and home field advantage throughout the 2011 NESCAC Field Hockey Championship. The Polar Bears will join Amherst, Middlebury, and Tufts in hosting one of four quarterfinal games this Saturday, Oct. 29 with all four matches slated for a 1:00 p.m. start.
Middlebury held a 21-6 advantage in shots on its way to a 6-3 win over Williams in the NESCAC regular season finale for both teams. Lauren Greer scored twice in the game, setting a new Middlebury single-season record with 28 goals in ’11, surpassing Chase Delano’s 27 in ’08. She has also tied the school-mark with 66 career goals.
Middlebury College field hockey player Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week for the third time this season. Greer had a hand in half of the Panthers’ goals with three tallies and two helpers during a 10-0 win at Bates on Saturday.
No. 10 nationally ranked Middlebury College scored three goals in the opening 2:29 and rolled to a 10-0 win over the Bates College field hockey team on Saturday at Campus Avenue Field. Junior forward Lauren Greer led the Panthers (11-2, 7-2 NESCAC) with three goals and two assists. Her goal in the 38th minute not only put Middlebury ahead 6-0, but also made her the Panthers' all-time points leader, passing Heidi Howard Allen, who is now an assistant women's lacrosse coach at Bates.
The Middlebury field hockey team was part of a league-wide effort on October 15th, called “NESCAC Play for the Cure”. All 11 NESCAC schools participated with an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer as it touches our lives and the lives of those around us.
Middlebury extended its winning streak to eight games as the 10th-ranked Panthers earned a 5-1 win over #15 Trinity on Kohn Field. Middlebury returns to action next Saturday afternoon at Bates.
Middlebury extended its winning streak to seven games with a convincing 7-1 victory over Keene State on Kohn Field Tuesday night. The 10th ranked Panthers improve to 9-2 overall, while the Owls fall to 11-3, with all three losses coming at the hands of NESCAC teams. Middlebury returns to action on Saturday when they host Trinity at 2:00 p.m.
Middlebury College field hockey player Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week for the second straight time. The junior had another big week for the Panthers, scoring six goals and assisting on six others over three victories last week, just one week after racking up 17 points.
Lauren Greer scored two goals and earned with two assists to lead nationally ranked No. 11 Middlebury College to a 4-0 win against Hamilton College in a NESCAC game at Hamilton's Campus Road Athletic Field on Oct. 8. Greer moved past Channing Weymouth into first place on the program's all-time assist list with 27 for her Middlebury career.
Middlebury scored three first half goals in a 5:19 span on its way to a 6-1 win over Babson (7-7) in a non-conference game on Kohn Field. The Panthers (8-2) return to action on Tuesday night when they host Keene State at 6:30.
Middebury’s Lauren Greer accounted for all five Panther goals, scoring twice and handing out three assists as Middlebury downed Castleton 5-0 in non-conference field hockey action at Spartan Stadium Tuesday evening. The current NESCAC player of the week now has 10 goals and eight assists in her last five games.
Middlebury College field hockey player Lauren Greer (N. Hampton, N.H.) has been named NESCAC Player of the Week. Greer had a huge week for the Panthers, scoring six goals and assisting on five others in a 3-0 week. After opening with a goal and two assists in a huge non-league win over Skidmore, Greer earned a hat-trick and two assists in the team's 6-1 win over Wesleyan on Saturday.
Middlebury handed Skidmore (8-1) its first loss of the season as the 12th-ranked Panthers (3-2) topped the third-ranked Thoroughbreds 3-1 on Kohn Field. The game was the first played under the lights on the newly renovated surface.
Middlebury outshot Connecticut College 32-8 on its way to a 3-1 win over the Camels (4-4, 1-4) on Kohn Field. The 12th-ranked Panthers (5-2, 4-2) return to action on Tuesday night at Castleton State.
Middlebury scored four second half goals on its way to a 6-1 win over Wesleyan (3-4, 1-4) in NESCAC action on Kohn Field. The 12th-ranked Panthers improve to 4-2 overall, 3-2 in NESCAC play. Middlebury returns to action on Sunday when they host Connecticut College at 2:00 p.m.
Ella Curren drilled home a penalty corner with 9:51 remaining in overtime on Saturday afternoon to give the fourth-ranked Bowdoin field hockey team its fourth consecutive win to open the season. The eighth-ranked Panthers fall to 2-2 while the Polar Bears increase their record to 4-0.
Middlebury dropped its first game of the season as they fell 3-1 at Amherst on Sunday afternoon. Katie McMahon netted a pair of second-half goals to propel the Jeffs to the win over the seventh-ranked Panthers on Gooding Field.
Lauren Greer and Charlotte Gardiner scored two goals apiece as seventh-ranked Middlebury moved to 2-0 overall with a 5-1 win over Colby (0-2) in their home-opener on Kohn Field. The Panthers return to action at Amherst on Sunday.
After allowing a game-tying goal with one second left in regulation, Middlebury posted a 3-2 victory in penalty strokes at Tufts in a battle between top 10 field hockey teams to open 2011 on Saturday afternoon at Bello Field.