Five members of the Middlebury College men's tennis teams earned All-American honors from the ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis Association). Senior Kevin Bergesen (Beverly, Mass.) and his partner, first-year player Andrew Thomson (W. Bloomfield, Mich.) earned the honor in doubles play. Also earning All-American status in doubles were senior Alex Scott (Mt. Kisco, N.Y.) and George Mayer (Merion, Pa.). Scott and sophomore Conrad Olson (Waterloo, Belgium) earned the honor in singles play.
Three members of the Middlebury men's tennis team qualified for the NCAA individual championships at Washington University in St. Louis. Alex Scott and Conrad Olson competed in singles play, while Kevin Bergesen and Andrew Thompson took part in the doubles bracket. Scott and George Mayer had qualified to compete in doubles, but were unable after Mayer suffered an injury.
The men's tennis team ended its season on a good note with a 5-1 win over Gustavus Adolphus (29-9) in the NCAA consolation match. The Panthers finish their season with an impressive 22-2 record, tying the school record for wins.
The Middlebury men's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a tough 5-4 loss to Emory in the semifinal contest at Washington University in St. Louis. The Panthers will wrap up their regular season in an NCAA consolation match against Gustavus Adolphus on Thursday.
The Middlebury men's tennis team advanced to the semifinal round of the NCAA Tournament for the fifth consecutive year with a 5-2 win over Depauw. The Panthers will meet Emory on Wednesday, May 16th at 11:00 a.m. in a semifinal contest at Washington University in St. Louis.
The Middlebury College men's tennis team will make its fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals after defeating Amherst 5-2 in an NCAA Regional Final in Middlebury. The Panthers will take on Depauw of Indiana on Tuesday, May 15th at 9:00 a.m. at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center in St. Louis, Missouri. The championship week is taking place from May 15-20 and is hosted by Washington University.
The Middlebury men's tennis team will make its fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals after defeating Amherst 5-2 in an NCAA Regional Final on campus. The Panthers will take part in the championship week from May 15-20 at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center in St. Louis, in an event hosted by Washington University.
Middlebury advanced to the NCAA Regional final with a 5-0 win over Southern Maine in a match played on campus. The Panthers will take on the winner of the Amherst/M.I.T. match, in the regional final on Sunday at noon. Southern Maine ends its season at 9-3).
The Middlebury men's tennis team will host an NCAA Regional on campus for the sixth consecutive year. The Panthers will host a five-team regional, beginning on Friday, May 4th.
Middlebury College men's tennis player Alex Scott (Mt. Kisco, N.Y.) has been named the 2007 NESCAC Player of the Year as determined by the conference coaches. The senior helped the Panthers claim the 2007 NESCAC Men's Tennis Championship this season, the fourth-consecutive NESCAC title for his squad, by winning both of his doubles matches and taking one of two singles matches during the three-day event.
The Middlebury College men's tennis team won its fourth consecutive NESCAC Championship Sunday morning on the campus of Amherst College, defeating the third-seed Ephs of Williams College, 7-2. The win improves the Panthers to 18-1, while the Ephs move to 14-6.
The top-seed Middlebury College men's tennis team advanced to the finals of the NESCAC Championship Tournament with a 5-2 win over fifth-seed Amherst College, improving the Panthers to 17-1 while dropping the Lord Jeffs to 13-5. Middlebury will take on Williams College Sunday at 9 a.m. in Amherst.
Middlebury College, the three-time defending NESCAC Men's Tennis Champions, will look to claim a fourth NESCAC Men's Tennis title this weekend as the top-seeded Panthers will battle with five other squads for the 2007 NESCAC Men's Tennis Championship.
Middlebury completed its fifth consecutive undefeated NESCAC season as the Panthers picked up a 7-2 win over Trinity in the regular season finale. Middlebury has now won 39 straight NESCAC matches, dating back to a 4-3 loss to Tufts on April 5th of 2002.
The men's tennis team made it 11 straight wins as they picked up a 6-3 road victory at Amherst.
The men's tennis team won its 10th straight match as the Panthers handed Skidmore a 9-0 defeat. The contest marked the return of former Middlebury women's coach Nate Simms, who is now the head coach of the Skidmore men.
The men's tennis team returned to action with a weekend sweep in Maine. The Panthers picked up a 7-2 win over Bowdoin, before blanking Bates 9-0 on Sunday.
Third-ranked Middlebury cruised to an 8-1 win over sixth-ranked Williams in a match played on the outdoor courts at Middlebury College. The win is the seventh straight for the Panthers over the Ephs, including the '04 NCAA Championship match.
The men's tennis team had a perfect 3-0 week with three 9-0 victories. The Panthers have now won six straight matches and are ranked third in the latest national poll.
The Middlebury College men's tennis team won five of six matches played during its spring break trip to California. The Panthers opened the trip with a 6-3 win over Pomona-Pitzer, before defeating Chapman, 9-0. Middlebury then suffered its only loss of the trip, a 5-4 contest to Azusa Pacific on Monday. The Panthers then picked up a 6-3 win over Fresno Pacific, a 9-0 victory over California Tech and an 8-1 win over Redlands.
The Middlebury College men's tennis team opened up its spring season with a pair of indoor wins on campus. The Panthers had little trouble as they picked up 9-0 wins over Connecticut College and Brandeis. The Panthers lost just one set in the two matches.
The Panther men's tennis team ended its fall season at the Bates Invitational over the weekend. Prior to the weekend, seniors Alex Scott (Mt. Kisco, N.Y.) and George Mayer (Merion, Pa.) took part in the 2006 ITA National Small College Championships in Florida.
The Middlebury College men's tennis team turned in an amazing performance at the 2006 ITA New England Championships hosted by Williams. The Panthers had three of four players in the singles semifinals as well as both doubles teams in the title match.
The Panther men's tennis team opened its fall season at the Cornell Invitational over the weekend. A Middlebury played advanced to the semifinals in each of the four singles brackets, with two teams advancing to the finals in doubles play.
Nate Edmunds (Birmingham, Mich.), a 2006 graduate of Middlebury College and a four-year member of the Panther men's tennis team, has been selected as the Division III men's winner of the 2006 NCAA National Sportsmanship Award.