Middlebury College men’s lacrosse players Nate Gaudio (Cheshire, Conn.) and Darric White (Fairfield, Conn.) have both been named to the All-New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (NEILA) post-season team. The pair were also both recently named to the All-NESCAC first-team. Gaudio and White helped the Panthers earn an 8-8 record, playing the sixth-toughest schedule in the country this spring.
The New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (NEILA) honored four Middlebury seniors for their work in the classroom when the 2014 Academic All-Region Team was announced on Tuesday. Seniors Nate Gaudio (Cheshire, Conn.)-Economics, Darric White (Fairfield, Conn.)-Political Science, Brian Ayers (Southborough, Mass.)-Biochemistry and Stephen Seymour (Fairfield, Conn.)-Economics) were all honored.
Seniors Nate Gaudio (Cheshire, Conn.) and Darric White (Fairfield, Conn.) have both earned All-NESCAC honors for the men’s lacrosse program. The duo helped the Panthers earn an 8-8 record, playing the third-toughest schedule in the country in ’14.
The Middlebury men's lacrosse team saw its season come to an end with a 13-9 loss at Williams. The Panthers rallied late in the game, but could not overcome their deficit as the Ephs (10-6) held on for the win. Middlebury finishes the season with an 8-8 mark.
The Middlebury men's lacrosse team has earned the fifth seed for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament. The Panthers will travel to fourth-seeded Williams for a quarterfinal match-up on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. The Ephs knocked off the Panthers this past Wednesday by a score of 9-7 in Vermont.
Williams took its first lead since 1-0 with 10:50 remaining and hung on for a 9-7 win at Middlebury (8-7, 6-4) in the NESCAC regular season finale for both teams. Middlebury will be on the road for a NESCAC Quarterfinal this Saturday, while the Ephs (9-6, 6-4) will need to await the Tufts/Bowdoin result before knowing their fate. The loss snaps a six-game NESCAC winning streak for the Panthers.
The Middlebury men's lacrosse team won its sixth-consecutive NESCAC game with a 12-6 road victory at Colby (6-7, 3-6). The Panthers (8-6, 6-3) have now won six of their last seven games overall. Jon Broome tied the school record with six assists in the game, equaling the mark earned by Pete Smith on March 24, 2009. Middlebury returns to action on Wednesday when they host Williams in the NESCAC regular season finale at 5:00 p.m.
Middlebury scored a season-best 18 goals on 42 shots, topping Skidmore 18-10 in a non-league contest on Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium. The Panthers (7-6) have won all seven meetings against the Thoroughbreds (4-9). Both teams return to league play on Saturday as Middlebury travels to Colby for a NESCAC tilt, while Skidmore visits R.I.T. in a Liberty League contest.
The Middlebury men’s lacrosse team won its fifth-straight NESCAC contest with a 15-4 victory at Trinity (3-9, 1-7) on Saturday. The Panthers (6-6, 5-3) return to action on Tuesday when they host Skidmore at 4:30 p.m.
Springfield reeled off six-straight goals, and held off a late comeback by Middlebury for a 14-12 win Wednesday evening at Stagg Field. The Panthers (5-6) remain on the road for a NESCAC contest with Trinity at 2:00 p.m.
Middlebury utilized a 4-1 run during the third quarter, and turned a 5-4 deficit into an 8-6 lead en route to a 10-7 NESCAC victory over Bates on Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium. The Panthers, winners of their last three, improved to 5-5 overall and 4-3 in NESCAC play. Middlebury returns to action on Wednesday with a road game at Springfield, while the Bobcats (4-6, 1-6) host Tufts on Tuesday, April 15.
Middlebury scored six-straight second-half goals, pulling away from Hamilton for a 12-6 NESCAC road victory. The Panthers, winners of three of its last four games, improve to 4-5 overall and 3-3 in NESCAC action. Middlebury returns to action Saturday afternoon when it hosts Bates at Alumni Stadium on Youngman Field.
Middlebury used a staunch zone defense that held Amherst to under half of its scoring average, in an 8-7 win on Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium. The 18th-ranked Lord Jeffs, averaging over 15 goals a game before today’s contest, saw their five-game win streak end as the Panthers improved to 3-5 overall and 2-3 in NESCAC play. Middlebury returns to action with a road game on Wednesday, April 2 at Hamilton.
Middlebury battled back and forth with 17th-ranked Endicott on Tuesday afternoon, but the Gulls scored three goals in a 2:30 stretch late in the fourth quarter for a 14-12 win at Stevenson Field on the campus of Brown University. Middlebury will play NESCAC rival Amherst on Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
The Middlebury men's lacrosse team held host Bowdoin scoreless for a stretch of 41:18, and pulled away for a 10-4 road win Saturday afternoon at a snowy Ryan Field. The Panthers stay on the road for a neutral-site game Tuesday at Brown against Endicott at 5:00 p.m.
Middlebury, playing its first game at Peter Kohn Field in 2014, lost to 20th-ranked Saint Lawrence 14-7 in a non-league contest. The Panthers (1-4) have already played a rigorous early schedule, matching up against their third top-20 team in five outings. The game was moved from Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium to Peter Kohn Field due to recent snow accumulation at the stadium.
Wesleyan, ranked 10th nationally, built a 10-1 fourth-quarter lead coasting to an eventual 11-5 NESCAC men's lacrosse win over visiting Middlebury on Saturday afternoon at New Turf Field. Middlebury is back in action Tuesday when it hosts St. Lawrence at 4:00 p.m., while Wesleyan plays Clarkson on Wednesday in Florida.
Due to impending weather scheduled to move into the northeast Wednesday, the Middlebury men’s lacrosse game at Springfield originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 12th has been moved to Wednesday, April 9th. The contest will be played at 5:00 p.m.
Connecticut College recorded six-straight goals en route to a 6-3 NESCAC victory over Middlebury during men’s lacrosse action Saturday afternoon at Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium. The Panthers will hit the road and battle Springfield on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m., while Conn. hosts Wheaton on Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.
Middlebury moved to 1-1 on the season with a 9-7 road win at Plattsburgh on Tuesday in a non-conference game at the Field House Lacrosse Complex. The Cardinals (1-1) faced penalty trouble early and the Panthers capitalized with three man-up goals. The Panthers return to action on Saturday when they host Connecticut College at 1:00 p.m.
Middlebury fell to Tufts 24-6 at Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium in the season opener for both teams. In a match-up of top 20 teams, the fifth-ranked Jumbos piled up 77 shots to Middlebury’s 33. The 18th-ranked Panthers travel to Plattsburgh on March 4th, while Tufts heads to Keene State next Saturday.
The Middlebury men’s lacrosse team was back on track last spring, earning the top seed for the NESCAC Tournament, finishing with an 8-2 mark in league play. After losing six games by two or less goals in ’12, last year’s squad came up on the right end of six games decided by the same margin. Middlebury finished the season with a 13-3 mark, just missing out on an NCAA bid after a NESCAC semifinal loss.