Middlebury College softball player Geena Constantin (Pelham, N.H.) has been named District I Academic third-team All-American by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors Association). The first-team All-NESCAC selection recently completed her softball season, where she helped lead the team to a solid 18-12 record.
Three members of the Middlebury College softball team earned All-NESCAC honors when the league announced its post-season team. Junior Geena Constantin (Pelham, N.H.) earned a spot on the first-team, while junior Megan Margel (Ridgewood, N.J.) and first-year player Jessa Hoffman (Golden Colo.) earned a spot on the second-team.
After dropping game one of a key three-game NESCAC West series, Wesleyan bounced back on Saturday with 10-7 and 6-4 wins over Middlebury. With the victories, the Cardinals (20-15, 8-4) advance to next weekend's NESCAC Tournament, while the Panthers end their season with an 18-12 mark, 7-5 in league play.
Middlebury took game one of a key NESCAC West series with Wesleyan by a final score of 5-0. The teams return to action on Saturday at noon with a doubleheader, with the winner of the three-game series advancing to next weekend's NESCAC Tournament.
Middlebury took one of two non-league games against Union on Wednesday, winning game one 1-0, while dropping the night cap 10-6. With the spilt, the Dutchwomen (17-7) hold a 10-2 lead all-time against the Panthers (16-9).
Middlebury took game two of a double-header 7-6 from visiting Castleton (15-18) on Saturday, earning a split of the two-game series after dropping the opener 1-0. Middlebury (17-10) travels to Plymouth State on Wednesday before hosting Wesleyan in a key three-game showdown with NESCAC playoff implications on Friday and Saturday.
Middlebury earned a split of a NESCAC West doubleheader at Williams on Friday afternoon. The Ephs moved to 8-17 overall and 3-2 in the NESCAC West while Middlebury is now 15-7 overall and 6-2 in divisional play. The two teams will meet again Sunday at 2 p.m. in the rubber match of the three-game series.
Merrilee Weston's one-out, two-run single in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted Williams to a thrilling 7-6 conference win over Middlebury. The Ephs improve to 9-17 on the season, 4-2 in the NESCAC West, while Middlebury falls to 15-8 overall, 6-3 in the West. With the win, the Ephs take the series, 2-1.
Middlebury College softball player Geena Constantin (Pelham, N.H.) has been named the NESCAC Pitcher of the Week. The junior threw 10 scoreless innings last week vs. Hamilton, including a perfect game in a 6-0 win on Saturday. She followed that up with three scoreless innings in game two, allowing just two hits and four strikeouts with no earned runs on the day.
Middlebury completed a three-game NESCAC West sweep over Hamilton with 6-0 and 7-0 victories on Saturday. The Panthers outscored the Continentals 21-0 in the series, improving to 14-6, 5-1 in NESCAC play. Hamilton falls to 2-14, with an 0-6 mark in NESCAC contests.
Middlebury blanked visiting Hamilton 8-0 in six innings on Friday, taking game one of a three-game NESCAC West series. The heart of the Middlebury order went 8/14 from the plate, scoring seven runs, while knocking in four RBI.
The Middlebury @ Rensselaer softball doubleheader scheduled for April 6th has been postponed. No make-up date has been announced.
Middlebury moved to 1-0 in NESCAC West play, taking game one of a three-game series at Amherst by a score of 4-0. The Panthers improve to 10-5 (1-0 NESCAC West) on the year, while Amherst dropped to 8-6 (0-1) with the loss. The two teams will meet again tomorrow at noon for a doubleheader at Amherst.
The Middlebury softball team earned a split in Wednesday's non-league doubleheader, falling to Skidmore 4-1 in the opener, before taking the second game, 7-4. The Thoroughbreds are now 8-8 on the season, while the Panthers improve to 9-5.
The Middlebury College women's softball team split a pair of games with Amherst on Saturday afternoon, 8-2 and 0-3. With Friday's 4-0 victory, the Panthers take the NESCAC West series with the Jeffs, 2-1.
The Middlebury College softball team had a solid spring trip, winning 8 of 12 games with an 8-4 mark in Florida. Junior Geena Constantin (Pelham, N.H.) led the team at the plate, hitting .462 over 10 games, while also going 2-2 with a 1.77 ERA. Junior Ali McAnaney (Northbrook, Ill.) earned a 3-1 mark with a 1.73 ERA on the trip, while sophomore Ashley Higgins (Ridgefield, Conn.) was 3-1. Junior Megan Margel (Ridgewood, N.J.) hit .421 at the plate, followed by first-year player Jessa Hoffman (Golden, Colo.) at .387, sophomore Kira Gordon (Scarborough, Maine) hit .345, while junior Emily Burbridge (E. Greenwich, R.I.) came in at .343.
Middlebury College softball player Ali McAnaney (Northbrook, Ill.) has been named the NESCAC Pitcher of the Week. McAnaney went 3-1 for the Panthers during their spring trip last week, recording a 1.73 ERA and holding opponents to a .252 average at the plate over 28.1 IP. She struck out seven batters while walking just three over five appearances in the circle.