Three members of the Middlebury College women's soccer team have earned All-NESCAC honors. Sophomore Anjuli Demers (Dracut, Mass.) was a first-team selection, while senior Elise Tarbi (Stow, Mass.) and sophomore Lindsay Walker (Ridgewood, N.J.) earned second-team honors. The three helped lead the Panthers to a 9-5-2 record this season and a trip to the NESCAC semifinals.
Middlebury College women's soccer players Elise Tarbi (Stow, Mass.), Caitlin Parker (Seattle, Wash.) and Ashley Pfaff (Charlotte, Vt.) have been named District I Academic All-Americans by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors Association). The three helped lead the Panthers to a 9-5-2 record this season and a trip to the NESCAC semifinals.
The Middlebury women's soccer team saw its season come to an end with a 4-1 loss at Williams in the NESCAC semifinals. The Panthers end their season at 9-5-2, while the Ephs will play Bowdoin in the title game on Sunday at noon.
Middlebury will look to repeat as NESCAC Champions as they travel to Williams where the Ephs host the final rounds of the 2007 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship at Cole Field in Williamstown, Mass. Top-seeded Williams will face sixth-seeded and defending NESCAC champion Middlebury in the first semifinal on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 11:00 a.m. and will be followed shortly after with second-seeded Tufts taking on fourth-seeded Bowdoin at 1:30 p.m. The 2007 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship concludes on Sunday, Nov. 4, with the final match getting underway at 12:00 p.m.
Middlebury has advanced to the NESCAC semifinals with a 1-0 win at Amherst. The Panthers visit Williams on Saturday at 11:00 a.m., while Bowdoin plays Tufts at 1:30. The winners meet for the NESCAC Championship at 12:00 on Sunday. The Jeffs end their season at 5-6-4, while Middlebury improves to 9-4-2 on the year.
Devin Nwanagu scored the game's only goal in the 60th minute and goalie Emily Weedon set a new Bantam record with her seventh shutout of the season to give Trinity a 1-0 victory over Middlebury. The Panthers return to action on Saturday at Amherst in a NESCAC first-round game at 12:00.
Middlebury College women's soccer player Ashley Pfaff (Charlotte, Vt.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Pfaff scored four goals during a 2-0 week for the Panthers, collecting two goals each in a mid-week win over Castleton and in Saturday's victory at Bates. Pfaff now has six goals in her last three games and is tied for third overall in the NESCAC with seven goals through 13 outings.
Middlebury struck for five goals in the first half en route to a 7-2 NESCAC women's soccer victory over host Bates College on Saturday. Ashley Pfaff scored in the 13th minute to put the Panthers ahead for good at 2-1, and added another score 16 minutes later for her seventh goal of the season. Margaret Owen, Paola Carbonargi, Caitlin Parker, Zoe Victor and Carly Berger all added goals for the Panthers (8-3-2, 4-3-1 NESCAC), with Parker and Berger adding one assist apiece.
Middlebury had little trouble with Castleton as the Panthers outshot the Spartans 39-1 on their way to a 10-0 victory on Dragone Field. Eight different players scored for Middlebury, which returns to action this Saturday at Bates.
Williams scored four goals in a 14:23 span in the second half on its way to a 4-0 win over Middlebury on Dragone Field. The Ephs improved to a perfect 12-0 on the season, while the Panthers drop to 6-3-2.
Middlebury scored five unanswered goals in the first half on its way to a 5-0 win over Plymouth State on Dragone Field. The shutout is the fifth of the season for the Panthers, who have allowed eight goals in nine games. Plymouth State falls to 4-6 on the year.
The Middlebury women's soccer team moved to 5-2-2 on the season as they played 110 minutes of scoreless soccer in a tie at Amherst. The Panthers return to action on Tuesday when they host Plymouth State at 4:00 p.m.
The Middlebury women's soccer team saw its four-game winning streak come to an end as they dropped a 4-2 contest to Bowdoin on Dragone Field. The win snaps a two-game skid for the Polar Bears, who had dropped games to Williams and Amherst following a 4-0 start.
Middlebury earns its fourth shutout of the season as the Panthers picked up a 2-0 win over Colby in a NESCAC women's soccer contest on Dragone Field. Middlebury returns to action on Sunday when they host Bowdoin at noon.
In the first-ever meeting between the two schools, Middlebury ended Worcester State's four-game winning streak and handed the Lancers a 5-0 loss on Dragone Field. The win is the third straight for the Panthers, who return to action when they host Colby and Bowdoin this Saturday and Sunday.
Middlebury scored the deciding goal in the 73rd minute as Nora Tomlinson-Weintraub received a through ball from Ashley Pfaff and scored from 20 yards out, breaking a 1-1 tie. It was her team-leading third goal of the year.
Margaret Owen's first half goal was the difference as Middlebury shutout Keene State 1-0 in non-conference women's soccer action at Owl Athletic Complex on Tuesday night. Keene State drops to 5-3. Middlebury improves to 2-1-1.
Tufts' Cara Cadigan scored in the 107th minute to give Tufts a dramatic 2-1 victory over Middlebury in NESCAC play on Kraft Field Saturday afternoon. Cadigan took a pass in front from Ali Maxwell, touched it left past the Panther goalie and booted the ball into an open net for the winner with 2:28 remaining in the second overtime.
The Middlebury women's soccer team earned a scoreless tie on the road as they battled Skidmore for 110 minutes. The Thoroughbreds held a 13-7 shots advantage in the game, while Adele Plunkett made eight saves for the shutout.
Middlebury scored five unanswered goals in the second half as the Panthers defeated Connecticut College 8-1 on Dragone Field in the season-opener for both squads.