Season tickets are now on sale for the 2012-13 Men's Hockey season. Tickets may be purchased at the McCullough Student Center or CFA box offices during regular business hours, or by going to go.middlebury.edu/tickets or by calling (802) 443-6433.
Each year community volunteers make a big impact at local non-profits during the Addison County United Way Days of Caring. On Saturday, September 22nd, over 60 athletes from four Middlebury College athletic teams took time from their busy schedules to volunteer during the 18th annual Days of Caring around Addison County painting, cleaning, and providing maintenance support at local non-profits.
The Middlebury College men's hockey team will offer two camps late this summer in Kenyon Arena. The "Panther Camp" will run from August 15-17 and is for the College-bound and varsity player. The "Youth Camp" is for boys and girls and will go from August 13-17 with sessions for Mites/Squirts and Pee-Wees/Bantams.
Middlebury’s hope for a ninth NESCAC title came to an end as Amherst won its second title. The Jeffs overcame a 2-0 deficit by scoring four consecutive goals and getting clutch saves from Jonathan La Rose en route to a 4-3 win in at Orr Rink.
The third-seeded Middlebury men’s hockey team erupted for four goals in the second period en route to a 6-3 victory over second-seeded Bowdoin College in the NESCAC Championship semifinals at Orr Rink. Rebounding from a slow 7-8-3 start, Middlebury has gone 7-1-0 over its last eight to advance to its 12th NESCAC final. Bowdoin, which entered the game on a five-game win streak, dropped to 16-6-3 on the year with the loss.
Middlebury College men’s hockey player Charlie Strauss (Eagle River, Wis.) has earned All-NESCAC honors for the second straight season. The senior earned a spot on the second-team, leading his team into the NESCAC Championship weekend at Amherst.
The Middlebury men's hockey team will visit Amherst for 2012 NESCAC Championship. The Panthers will take on Bowdoin, Saturday, March 3rd at 1:00 p.m., followed by Amherst vs. Williams at 4:00 p.m. The winners meet in the title game on Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
Chris Steele scored with 3:03 remaining in the third period, lifting Middlebury to a 2-1 win over Wesleyan in a NESCAC Quarterfinal game in Kenyon Arena. The Panthers (13-9-3) advance to the NESCAC semifinals next Saturday at either Bowdoin or Amherst, while the Cardinals finish their year at 12-11-2.
The Middlebury men's and women's hockey teams will both host NESCAC Quarterfinal games on Saturday, February 25th. The women will take on Colby at 1:00 p.m., followed by the men vs. Wesleyan at 4:00 p.m. Tickets are priced at $5 for adults, $3 for students/seniors and are on sale now at: http://boxoffice.middlebury.edu/index.php. You may also call 802-443-6433 or stop by the McCullough box office. One ticket gains you admission to both tournament games. You can also watch the free webcast.
Middlebury improved its unbeaten streak to six games (5-0-1) with a 2-1 win over Hamilton in Kenyon Arena. The Panthers (12-8-3, 11-5-1) wrap up their regular season tomorrow when they host Amherst at 4:00 p.m., while Hamilton (8-12-3, 4-11-2) visits Williams. Middlebury has already wrapped up the #3 for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament, and will host Wesleyan in a quarterfinal game next Saturday at 4:00 p.m.
Amherst scored two third period goals to pick up a 2-1 road win at Middlebury in the regular season finale for both teams. The Panthers (12-9-3, 11-6-1) are the third seed for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament, and will host Wesleyan in a quarterfinal game next Saturday at 4:00 p.m. Third-ranked Amherst (20-3-1, 17-1) enters the tourney as the top seed and will host #8 Hamilton on Saturday.
Middlebury topped Williams for the second time in three days as the Panthers (11-8-3, 10-5-1) picked up a 3-2 victory over the Ephs (10-7-5, 7-7-2) in Kenyon Arena. Middlebury remains unbeaten in its last five (4-0-1) games, all of them in NESCAC play, while Williams is winless (0-5-1) in its last six.
Middlebury won its third straight NESCAC game as the Panthers picked up a 5-1 win at Williams (10-6-5) on Thursday night. Middlebury (10-8-3) controlled the game, holding a 48-23 shots advantage in the contest. The Panthers and Ephs will meet again on Saturday night in Middlebury at 7:00 p.m.
The Middlebury hockey teams will hold a "white-out" game on Saturday, February 11th at 4/7:00 p.m. when the team's host Williams. The first 1,000 fans will receive a free t-shirt, while everyone is encouraged to wear white to the game.
Rookie goalie Dan Fullam needed just 19 saves to record his first career shutout and lead the visiting Middlebury College Panthers to a 3-0 victory over the Trinity College Bantams in NESCAC hockey action at Williams Rink in the Koeppel Community Sports Center.
Middlebury scored twice in a span of 2:17 in the second period and added a short-handed goal early in the third for a 3-2 victory over Wesleyan in men's ice hockey action Saturday evening. Middlebury, which ended a four-game winless streak, evened its record at 8-8-3 and improved to 7-5-1 in NESCAC play.
Tufts scored with just 32 seconds remaining to force overtime, earning a 2-2 tie with Middlebury (7-8-3, 6-5-1) in NESCAC action on Saturday in Kenyon Arena. The Jumbos (8-7-2, 6-5-1) remain unbeaten in their last three games.
Middlebury dropped a hard-fought 4-3 game to Connecticut College on Friday night in Kenyon Arena. The Panthers (7-8-2, 6-5) have now dropped three straight games and four of their last five. The victory snaps a four-game winless streak for the Camels (5-10-2, 3-7-1).
It has been said that a Middlebury hockey game is both a great opportunity to watch spirited collegiate hockey and a chance to catch up with anyone from town. To capture the transformation of Kenyon Arena from a quiet, empty rink to the frenzied madhouse that is game night (and back again), we dispatched reporters with a time-lapse camera and a few microphones to document the scene.
Middlebury gave up four first period goals on its way to a 5-0 loss at Norwich in a non-league game on Tuesday night at Kreitzberg Arena. The Panthers (7-7-2) return to action in Kenyon Arena this weekend when they host Connecticut College on Friday and Tufts on Saturday.
The Bowdoin College men's ice hockey team beat Middlebury for the first time since 2007 in a 5-0 blanking of the Panthers on Saturday afternoon at Watson Arena. The surging Polar Bears improve to 10-4-2 (8-2-2 NESCAC) and are 5-0-1 in their last six games and 7-0-1 in their last eight NESCAC contests. The Panthers fall to 7-6-2, 6-4-0 in NESCAC play.
John Yanchek earned his 40th career victory with 19 saves as Middlebury fought back from an early 1-0 deficit on the way to a 3-1 win over Colby in NESCAC play Friday night at Alfond Rink. Middlebury moves to 7-5-2 overall and 6-3 in NESCAC play, while the Mules fall to 3-12 overall and 1-10 in the league.
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 Panthers return to action next weekend with NESCAC games at Colby and Bowdoin.
After earning its first win against Middlebury in 35 tries a year ago, Wesleyan won its second straight game against the Panthers, topping them 5-4 in overtime in Kenyon Arena. James Albrecht scored the game-winner 3:38 into the extra session, breaking in all alone with a nice forehand-to-backhand move.
Middlebury broke open a 1-1 game with three third period goals on its way to a 4-1 win over Trinity in Kenyon Arena. The Panthers improve to 6-4-2 overall and 5-3 in NESCAC play, as they return to action on Friday night when they host Plattsburgh.
The Middlebury men's hockey team will offer its annual "Skate With The Panthers" following the 4:00 p.m. Trinity game on Saturday, January 7th. Friends of Panther Hockey will provide photos to be signed by the players, with the Kenyon Arena ice open for skating alongside the Panthers.
Middlebury scored twice early in the third period to put the game away as the Panthers earned a 5-0 win over Skidmore at the 19th annual Middlebury College Holiday Classic. The 15th-ranked Panthers (5-3-1) return to action tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. when they host S. Maine, while the Thoroughbreds (4-7) will battle Potsdam at 1:00 p.m.
Middlebury and Southern Maine (5-3-2) battled to a 2-2 tie on day two of the 19th annual Middlebury College Holiday Classic. By virtue of a points system used for the tournament, the #15 Panthers (5-3-2) were deemed the tournament champions. Potsdam netminder Kevin McFarland earned tournament m.v.p. honors with 93 saves over two games.
The Middlebury men's hockey team ended its semester with a 4-3 loss at Amherst in overtime. Brian Safstrom broke a 3-3 tie just 32 seconds into the extra session to lift the #14 Jeffs to a hard-fought win over #8 Middlebury at Orr Rink.
Joe Quattrocchi stopped all 31 shots he faced to lead Hamilton College to a 3-0 upset over nationally ranked No. 8 Middlebury College in a NESCAC game at Hamilton's Russell Sage Rink on Dec. 9. It was the first career shutout for Quattrocchi.
The Middlebury men’s hockey team improved to 3-0 in NESCAC play with a 4-0 road win at Connecticut College. The Panthers scored twice on the power play, once shorthanded and also in a four-on-four situation in the game. Middlebury returns to action on Saturday at Tufts.
Senior Martin Drolet scored the game-winning goal 5:21 into the third period as 11th ranked Middlebury remained undefeated in NESCAC with a 3-2 hockey victory at Tufts on Saturday afternoon at Valley Forum II. The Panthers (4-1-1, 4-0 NESCAC) earned a weekend sweep after winning 4-0 at Connecticut College last night.
Middlebury and Plattsburgh battled to a scoreless tie in the consolation game of the 14th Annual PrimeLink Great Northern Shootout hosted by Middlebury College. Sixth-ranked Plattsburgh moves to 5-2-1 on the season, while 11th-ranked Middlebury goes to 2-1-1. The game was the first scoreless tie played in Kenyon Arena since a 0-0 game with Bowdoin on February 7, 2008.
Elmira became the first team other than Middlebury, Plattsburgh and Norwich since 2002 to advance to the PrimeLink Great Northern Shootout finals. The #10 Soaring Eagles (5-2) did so by scoring three goals in a 1:42 span on their way to a 3-2 victory over #11 Middlebury. Elmira will take on Norwich, a 3-0 winner over Plattsburgh, in the championship game on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. The Panthers (2-1) will battle the Cardinals in the consolation game at 4:00 p.m.
Middlebury College men’s hockey player Charlie Strauss (Eagle River, Wis.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Strauss helped the Panthers to a pair of opening-weekend wins with two goals and five assists. On Saturday against Colby Strauss had two helpers, including one on the game-winner, in a 3-2 decision over the Mules.
Tickets for the 2011 PrimeLink Great Northern Shootout are currently on sale from the Middlebury College Box Office. Tickets are priced at $10/day for adults and $5/day for students and seniors. Tickets to all of Middlebury's regular season games are also on sale, with a reduced price of $5 for adults and $3 for students and senior. Middlebury College ID holders are admitted free of charge.
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The Middlebury College men's ice hockey team scored three times in the first period and never looked back in a 7-1 win over Bowdoin on Sunday evening at Kenyon Arena. Charlie Strauss scored five points (two goals, three assists) for the Panthers, who improve to 2-0-0 (2-0-0 NESCAC) this season.
The Middlebury men’s hockey team opened up its season with a 3-2 NESCAC win over Colby in Kenyon Arena. George Ordway scored his first career goal as a Panther 3:30 into the contest, converting a quick pass in front from Charlie Strauss after a scramble.