Coach Peter Kim will host two spring soccer clinic for high school girls. Clinic one will be a two-day intensive clinic on Friday, April 6th and Saturday, April 7th. Clinic two will be a one-day event at Middlebury on Sunday, April 8th. For more information, you can view our brochure, and enroll electronically using our online registration form.
Coach Peter Kim and his staff will conduct two on-campus clinics in the spring of 2011, and an intensive summer camp in Suffield, Connecticut in July.
Two members of the Middlebury College women's soccer team earned All-NESCAC honors when the league announced its post-season team. Seniors Nora Tomlinson-Weintraub (Burlingame, Calif.) and Drew Smith (Silver Springs, Md.) both were named to the second team. The pair helped lead the Panthers to an 8-5-3 mark in '10, advancing to the NESCAC semifinals.
Middlebury saw its season come to an end with a 2-0 loss at Williams in a NESCAC semifinal game played at Amherst. The Ephs (11-3-2) will take on the host Lord Jeffs Sunday at noon in the conference finals, while the Panthers end their season at 8-5-3.
Four former conference champions will descend on Amherst, Mass. this weekend for the remaining rounds of the 2010 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship. Second-seeded Amherst College earned the right to host the semifinals and final after eighth-seeded Bates knocked top-seeded Tufts out of the tournament in penalty kicks this past Sunday.
Fifth-seeded Middlebury picked up a 2-0 shutout win at fourth-seeded Trinity to advance to the NESCAC semifinals. The Panthers (8-4-3) will take on Williams at Amherst next Saturday at 1:30, while the host school meets Bates at 11:00 a.m. The Bantams end their season with a 7-4-3 mark.
The Middlebury women's soccer team (7-4-3, 4-3-2) ended its regular season with a 3-0 loss at Williams (9-3-2, 5-2-2). The Panthers finish as the fifth seed for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament and will travel to fourth-seeded Trinity for a quarterfinal game on Sunday at 12:30.
Middlebury College women's soccer and track athlete Anjuli Demers (Dracut, Mass.) has been selected as one of the top 30 candidates for the 2010 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Demers was one of 30 chosen from 130 conference nominees.
Middlebury extended its string of games without a loss against Wesleyan to 16 in a row by producing a 0-0 double-overtime deadlock in women's soccer action this afternoon. It was the second straight scoreless tie played by the Panthers in Connecticut as they came away from a visit to Conn. College on Saturday with the same result.
Middlebury remained unbeaten in its last six NESCAC games, as the Panthers (7-3-3) picked up a 2-0 win over Bates (6-6-1) on homecoming weekend. The Panthers wrap up their regular season next Friday at Williams, as they battle to secure home field for a NESCAC Tournament quarterfinal game.
Middlebury went its third straight game without scoring a goal, falling at Plattsburgh 1-0 on Wednesday night. The Cardinals improve to 12-2-1 on the season, while the Panthers fall to 6-3-3 overall. Middlebury returns to action on Saturday when they host Bates at 11:00 a.m.
Middlebury scored three goals in the game's final 9:08 to tie the game and then tallied the game-winner just 5:13 into overtime to earn a key NESCAC victory over Amherst (4-3-2, 3-1-2). First-year player Scarlett Kirk couldn't have picked a better time to score the first three markers of her career, earning a hat-trick in the game.
Middlebury won its fifth straight game as the Panthers (6-2-1) earned a 4-0 victory over Keene State (9-4-2) in non-league action on Tuesday afternoon. Middlebury entered the game ranked fourth in the latest New England poll, while Keene State was in the ninth spot.
Neither team could score through 110 minutes of action, leaving Middlebury with a scoreless tie at Connecticut College. Lauryn Torch made six saves in goal for the Panthers, while Kirsten Manville made four stops for the Camels.
Middlebury College women's soccer player Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Kirk tallied the first three goals of her career to help the Panthers erase a 3-0 deficit with 10 minutes to play and earn a key 4-3 overtime victory against Amherst on Saturday.
Middlebury College scored two goals in the final 19:22 of the opening half and went on to pick up a 2-0 win over Colby in NESCAC women's soccer Saturday. Middlebury, ranked fifth in New England, moves to 4-2-1 overall and 2-2 in NESCAC play. The Mules fall to 2-2-3 overall and 0-2-3 in league play.
Annie Rowell scored just 1:06 into overtime to lift Middlebury to a 2-1 victory over Bowdoin in a NESCAC match-up on Kohn Field. The goal was the first of the season for Rowell and the 18th of her career.
Middlebury moved to 1-2-1 on the season as the Panthers dropped their home-opener to Trinity (2-0-1), 2-0 on Dragone Field. Middlebury returns to action tomorrow when they host Skidmore at 2:30.
Amy Schlueter scored two goals in a 2:17 span in the second half to lead Middlebury (2-2-1) to a 2-0 victory over Skidmore (3-2-1) on Dragone Field. The shutout is the second of the season for the Panthers, while the loss snaps a four-game unbeaten streak for the Thoroughbreds.
The Middlebury women's soccer team earned its first win of the season, picking up a 1-0 road victory at Rensselaer (2-2-1). Senior Nora Tomlinson-Weintraub broke open a scoreless game in the 74th minute as the 11th-ranked Panthers moved to 1-1-1 on the season.
Middlebury moved to 0-1-1 on the season as they earned a 1-1 road tie at Wheaton on Sunday. The Lions trailed 1-0 for a fourth time this season, before scoring a second-half goal to force overtime and settle for a 1-1 tie after 110 minutes.
Tufts rookie Maeve Stewart started her collegiate career with a hat trick to lead Tufts to a 3-0 NESCAC victory over the 11th ranked Middlebury College Panthers at Kraft Field on Saturday afternoon.
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.