Middlebury College women's soccer and track athlete Anjuli Demers (Dracut, Mass.) has been nominated for the 2010 NCAA Woman of the Year Award by the NESCAC. The NCAA Woman of the Year Award honors graduating student-athletes who have distinguished themselves throughout their collegiate careers in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, service and leadership. The award has been given annually since 1991.
Four members of the Middlebury College women's soccer program were honored when the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) announced its post-season teams. The group helped lead the Panthers to a 14-4-2 record in '09 with a trip to the NESCAC Finals and NCAA Sectionals.
The Middlebury women's soccer team saw its season come to an end with a 1-0 loss at Johns Hopkins in an NCAA Sectional match-up. The Panthers end their season with a 14-4-2 mark, a trip to the NECAC finals and a pair of NCAA Tournament wins.
The Middlebury College women's soccer team will make its third trip to the NCAA Sectionals in the last six years when they travel to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland this weekend. The Panthers will meet the host school on Saturday, November 21st at 2:30, while Messiah meets Otterbein at noon. The winners will battle on Sunday at 2:00 with a trip to the final four on the line.
Middlebury College women's soccer player Anjuli Demers (Dracut, Mass.) has been named District I Third-Team Academic All-American by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors Association). She and her team currently have a 14-3-2 record as they prepare to enter this weekend's NCAA Sectional at Johns Hopkins.
Middlebury has earned a spot in an NCAA Sectional after picking up a 2-1 win over Wheaton in an NCAA second-round contest in Vermont. The game was moved from Middlebury's grass surface (Dragone Field) to its field turf field after heavy downpours throughout the day yesterday. The Panthers advance to next weekend's NCAA Sectionals at Johns Hopkins, where they will meet the host school, while Messiah and Otterbein meet in the other match-up. Wheaton ends its season with an 18-4-2 mark.
Middlebury scored three goals in a span of 3:44 in the first half on its way to a 6-0 win over Husson in an NCAA Regional match-up on Dragone Field. The Panthers advance to the regional final on Sunday at 1:00, where they will meet Wheaton, a 2-0 winner over Richard Stockton.
The Middlebury College women's soccer team will make its fifth NCAA Tournament appearance this weekend when they host an NCAA Regional. The Panthers will take on Husson on Saturday, November 14th at 11:00 a.m., while Wheaton meets Richard Stockton at 1:30 p.m. The winners will meet in the regional final on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Tickets are priced at $6 for adults and $3/students each day. You can watch all three games live at www.d3cast.com.
Six members of the Middlebury College women's soccer program were honored when the NESCAC named its All-Conference teams. Senior Anjuli Demers (Dracut, Mass.) and junior Lauryn Torch (Bronxville, N.Y.) were named to the first-team, while junior Annie Rowell (Craftsbury, Vt.) and seniors Margaret Owen (Bozeman, Mont.), Lindsay Walker (Ridgewood, N.J.) and Jenny Galgano (Wyckoff, N.J.) earned second-team honors. Head coach Peter Kim was named the NESCAC Co-Coach of the Year. The group is preparing for NCAA Tournament play this weekend, as they host a regional on Saturday and Sunday on Dragone Field.
The Middlebury women's soccer team saw its hopes of a third NESCAC Championship fall short as the Panthers dropped a 3-2 contest at Williams. Middlebury's record falls to 13-2-2 on the season, as they are expected to get an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament when the pairings are announced on Monday. Williams remains undefeated at 17-0 and earns an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
The Middlebury women's soccer team advanced to the NESCAC Championship game with a 1-0 victory over Amherst at Williams. The Panthers will take on the host school, a 4-2 winner over Tufts, in the title game on Sunday at noon. Jenny Galgano headed in a corner kick from teammate Margaret Owen early second half for the game's only goal. The tally, coming at the 49:36 mark, was the first of the season for the Middlebury defender.
Williams College, the two-time defending NESCAC Women's Soccer Champions, will look to become the first team to win three consecutive conference crowns this weekend when the Ephs host the 2009 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship at Cole Field in Williamstown, Mass. Saturday's first semifinal will feature top-seeded Williams against fourth-seeded Tufts at 11:00 a.m., followed by a rematch of last year's second semifinal with third-seeded Middlebury taking on second-seeded Amherst at 1:30 p.m. The 2009 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship concludes on Sunday, Nov. 8, with the final getting underway at 12:00 p.m.
Middlebury advanced to the NESCAC semifinals with a 1-0 overtime win over Bowdoin on Dragone Field. The Panthers will meet in Amherst in a semifinal match-up on Saturday, November 7th at 1:30 p.m., while host school Williams battles Tufts at 11:00 a.m. The winners meet for the NESCAC Championship on Sunday at noon. Middlebury improves to 11-2-2 on the season, while Bowdoin ends its year at 8-7.
Middlebury dominated Williams for 90 minutes, but it wasn't enough, as the Ephs scored late to sneak away with a 1-0 victory over the Panthers. Williams, ranked second nationally and #1 in New England, improve to 14-0 on the year and clinch the top spot for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament. Middlebury, ranked third in New England, has earned the third seed and will host sixth-seeded Bowdoin in a quarterfinal game on Sunday at 12:00 p.m.
Middlebury had little trouble with Johnson & Wales as the Panthers defeated the Wildcats 7-0 in the first meeting between the schools. Middlebury held a 36-0 shots advantage in the game, controlling the play from start to finish. The Panthers wrap-up their regular season with a key NESCAC match-up at home vs. Williams on Friday, before hosting a tournament quarterfinal game on Sunday at noon.
Middlebury moved to 9-2-1 on the year with a 1-0 win at Bates on a rain-soaked muddy Russell Street Field. The wet conditions slowed the play of the games at times and affected footing for both teams. Middlebury, ranked No. 20 in Division III, had more success controlling the ball offensively, outshooting the Bobcats 22-6.
Middlebury outshot Plattsburgh 32-15, but it wasn't enough, as the Panthers settled for a 1-1 tie with the Cardinals over 110 minutes of action on Dragone Field. Middlebury, ranked third in New England, will travel to Bates on Saturday, while Plattsburgh hosts Ithaca on the same day.
Middlebury scored four second half goals on its way to a 6-0 shutout victory over Connecticut College on Dragone Field. The Panthers used two goals apiece from Annie Rowell and Amy Schlueter in the victory.
The Middlebury women's soccer team earned a 1-1 tie on the road, battling 110 minutes at Keene State. The Panthers move to 7-1-1 on the season, while the Owls see their record go to 10-3-1.
Middlebury suffered its first loss of the season as the 15th ranked Panthers fell at #19 Amherst by a score of 6-1 on Hitchcock Field in Amherst, Mass. The Lord Jeffs improve to 6-2 (4-1 NESCAC) with the conference win, while Middlebury drops to 7-1 (5-1) with its first loss of the season.
Middlebury set a school record for most wins to start a season (7), as the Panthers earned their second NESCAC win of the weekend, topping Wesleyan 1-0 on Dragone Field. The Panthers remain undefeated at 7-0, with a perfect 5-0 mark in NESCAC play. Wesleyan falls to 5-3, but sets a school mark with just two goals allowed in its last seven games.
Middlebury outshot Colby 23-5 on the afternoon as the Panthers remained undefeated (6-0) with a 3-0 NESCAC win over Colby (2-4-1) on Dragone Field. Middlebury will have little time to rest as they return to action on Sunday when they host Wesleyan at 2:00 p.m.
The Panther women's soccer team (5-0) picked up a 2-0 road at Skidmore, improving to 5-0 on the season with the non-league win. The loss snaps an eight-game unbeaten streak for the Thoroughbreds, who fall to 7-2-1.
A goal in each half propelled the Middlebury women's soccer team to 2-0 decision at Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon. The Panthers remain unbeaten at 4-0-0 (3-0-0 NESCAC) this year while the Polar Bears fall to 2-3-0 (1-2-0 NESCAC) overall.
Middlebury College women's soccer player Amy Schlueter (San Francisco, Calif.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. This marks the second straight week a Panther has won the award, after Annie Rowell garnered the honor seven days ago. Schlueter had a big week for Middlebury, scoring three goals as the Panthers improved to 3-0 on the season with a pair of wins. After scoring a goal in a mid-week 5-0 win over Rensselaer, the rookie scored both goals, including the game-winner in overtime as Middlebury earned a 2-1 road win at Trinity.
Amy Schlueter scored two goals, including a game-winner in double overtime to lead Middlebury to a 2-1 win over Trinity. The Bantams fall to 0-1-2 overall and 0-1-1 in the league after their third double overtime game this season while the Panthers improve to 3-0 overall, 2-0 in the NESCAC, after their second overtime win this season.
Middlebury had little trouble with Rensselaer, handing the Engineers a 5-0 defeat on Dragone Field in the first-ever meeting between the schools. The Panthers move to 2-0 on the season, while Rensselaer falls to 3-3-1.
Middlebury College women's soccer player Annie Rowell (Craftsbury, Vt.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. The Panther junior was in on both goals during the season-opener for Middlebury, as they earned a 2-1 overtime win over Tufts on Dragone Field. After assisting on the game's first goal, Rowell scored the game-winner with a blast from the right side just 53 seconds into overtime to lift the Panthers to a 2-1 win over Tufts. Rowell and the Panthers return to action on Wednesday when they host Rensselaer at 4:30 p.m.
Annie Rowell assisted on the game's first goal and then scored the game-winner just 57 seconds into overtime to lift the Middlebury women's soccer team to a 2-1 win over Tufts in the season-opener for both teams.