Middlebury forced 24 turnovers against visiting Hamilton (8-13) en route to a 51-44 non-league victory Tuesday night in Pepin Gym. The win caps the regular season for the Panthers (15-8) as Middlebury travels to Colby for a NESCAC Quarterfinal match-up against the Mules on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
The Middlebury women's basketball team saw its season come to an end with a 67-64 loss at Colby in a NESCAC Quarterfinal contest. The Panthers end the season with a 15-9 mark, the most wins since '01-'02.
Trailing 25-16 at the break, Middlebury fell to second-ranked Amherst 63-43 at Pepin gym on Friday night. Playing a deliberate half court tempo, the Panthers held their own well into the second half against the nation’s number four scoring team (80 ppg). With the win, Amherst improves to 22-1 overall and 8-0 in NESCAC play, while Middlebury falls to 13-8 and 2-6 in conference action.
Middlebury stopped a four-game losing streak, beating visiting Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS) 74-64 in a rare Monday night match-up in Pepin Gym. The Panthers of Middlebury (13-7) have won both match-ups against the ACPHS Panthers (13-4) by the same 74-64 score, including the 2010 tilt in Albany.
The Middlebury women’s basketball team wrapped up regular season NESCAC play with a 66-47 win over Trinity (13-10, 3-6 NESCAC) in Pepin Gym. The Panthers (14-8, 3-6) have earned the seventh seed for the NESCAC Tournament and will visit second-seeded Colby on Saturday, February 19th in a quarterfinal match-up. Trinity finishes at the eighth seed and will travel to top seeded Amherst.
Middlebury ran into a hot shooting Bowdoin team, as the Polar Bears shot 56% from the floor on their way to a 93-60 win. The Polar Bears have won 13 straight overall against the Panthers dating back to 1999-00 and improve to 18-4 (4-3 NESCAC). The Panthers fall to 12-7 (2-5 NESCAC) with their fourth straight defeat.
Rachael Mack had a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds and teammate Jules Kowalski finished with 13 points and five assists as Colby picked up an 81-60 victory over Middlebury in NESCAC play Friday night at Wadsworth Gymnasium. Colby moves to 16-4 overall and 4-2 in league play, while Middlebury drops to 12-6 overall and 2-4 in the conference.
The Albany Pharm. @ Middlebury women's basketball game scheduled for Wednesday, February 2nd has been postponed due to weather. The game will be made up on Monday, February 7th at 7:00 p.m.
Middlebury dropped a NESCAC road game at Williams on Saturday afternoon by a score of 72-55. The Panthers, who were led by a game-high 19 points from Stephany Surrette, fell to 12-5, 2-3 in conference play. Taylor Shea scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the #10 Williams to the win.
Middlebury dropped its first game of the season at home (6-1) as the Panthers fell to Keene State, 67-57. Middlebury moves to 12-4 overall, while the Owls improve to 10—9. The Panthers struggled from the floor, going 20-66 (.303) from the floor and 5-22 (.227) from three-point range.
Middlebury won their third straight game after defeating Colby-Sawyer, 87-70 in a non-conference road tilt on Tuesday evening in N.H.. The Panthers improve to 12-3 on the season, while Colby-Sawyer pulls even at 8-8.
Middlebury watched a comfortable 17-point first half lead disappear against visiting Connecticut College, eventually beating back the Camels 80-73 at Pepin Gym on Saturday. The win evens the Panthers’ NESCAC record at 2-2, improving to 11-3 overall, while Conn. College drops to 7-10 and 0-4 in conference play.
Middlebury broke open a tie game early in the second half with a 21-9 run, pulling away from Wesleyan 70-58 in a NESCAC contest at Pepin Gym on Friday night. The win gives the Panthers a 10-3 overall record and a 1-2 record in conference play, while the Cardinals drop to 6-9 and remain winless in NESCAC action at 0-3.
Due to weather, the Hamilton @ Middlebury women's basketball game scheduled for Tuesday, January 18th has been postponed and will now be played on Tuesday, February 15th at 7:00.
The Middlebury women’s basketball team dropped its second straight game as the Panthers fell 72-58 in a NESCAC road game at Bates. Middlebury falls to 9-3 overall, while the Bobcats improve to 12-4. The Panthers return to action on Tuesday night when they host Hamilton at 7:00.
In a battle of 9-1 teams, the Tufts University Jumbos took down the Middlebury College Panthers, 70-54, in the NESCAC women's basketball opener on Friday night at Cousens Gym.
Middlebury will enter NESCAC play with a 9-1 mark after an 84-63 win over Lyndon State (4-5) in Pepin Gym. Seven players earned double-digits in the scoring column, as Middlebury shot .547 from the floor in the first half, while controlling the boards 51-29 in the contest. The Panthers return to action next weekend with NESCAC contests on the road at Tufts and Bates.
Middlebury improved to 8-1 on the season as the Panthers picked up a 73-56 win over Skidmore (4-6) in Pepin Gym. Middlebury returns to action on Sunday when they host Lyndon State at 6:00 p.m.
Middlebury pulled away midway through the second half on its way to a 70-61 road win at Plattsburgh (2-5) on Tuesday night. The Panthers improve to 7-1 on the season, converting 24 of 32 free throws in the game.
Siena Mamayek’s layup with 1:34 remaining in overtime proved to be the winning bucket as WPI surprised previously unbeaten Middlebury, 67-65, in non-conference action Sunday. With the win, WPI improves to 7-3 while Middlebury drops its first game in seven outings this season.
Middlebury College women’s basketball player Maddie Moreau (Canton, N.Y.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. The junior averaged 20 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists/game as the Panthers improved to 6-0 with a pair of road wins last week. Moreau scored 20 points in back-to-back wins at Castleton and Union, shooting .519 from the floor on the week. She is now second on the team with 12.8 ppg as the Panthers enter the semester break.
Middlebury improved to 6-0 for the first time since ’01-’02 as the Panthers ended the first semester with a 65-57 win at Union. The Panthers shot .520 from the floor in the second half and outscored the Dutchwomen 21-4 from the free throw line in the game. The Middlebury defense forced 32 turnovers in the game.
Middlebury raced out to a 15-4 lead, and never trailed en route to a 73-62 win over Castleton State College in women’s basketball action Tuesday evening at Glenbrook Gymnasium. With the win Middlebury improves to 5-0, for the first time since the 2003-04 season. Castleton stumbles to 1-3 on the year.
Middlebury outscored Norwich 52-25 in the second half en route to a 92-58 win in their home-opener Tuesday night in Pepin Gym. With the win, the Panthers improve to 3-0 on the young season while the Cadets drop to 1-3. Middlebury’s 92 points were the highest offensive output since the 1998-99 campaign.
Middlebury broke open a five-point game in the second half on its way to a 75-40 win over Johnson & Wales in Pepin Gym. The Panther defense forced 22 turnovers in the game, holding the Wildcats to 0-13 shooting from behind the arc.
Middlebury College women’s basketball player Lauren Sanchez (Seattle, Wash.) has been named the NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week. Sanchez earned Tournament M.V.P. honors, leading Middlebury to a pair of wins at the Brockport Tournament.
The Panther women's basketball team captured the SUNY-Brockport tournament by topping the hosts 81-71 in the title game. Lauren Sanchez earned tournament M.V.P. honors, while Brittany Perfetti was named to the All-Tournament team.
The Middlebury women's basketball team opened its season with an 81-71 win over Nazareth at the SUNY-Brockport Tournament. Lauren Sanchez scored a career-high 30 points in the win, going 9 of 13 from the floor, 12 of 14 from the free throw line, while picking up four steals.