The Middlebury women’s soccer program will host its annual fall clinic on the Middlebury campus, Sunday, September 9th, 2012. The camp will be a fun and intensive training and learning program for high school girls who are reaching for the collegiate level. It will include both on-field training and classroom sessions. Check out the camp brochure and the sign-up form.
Middlebury Women’s Soccer will host its first summer camp on the Middlebury campus, June 25-27, 2012. The camp will be a fun and intensive training and learning program for high school girls who are reaching for the collegiate level. It will include both on-field training and classroom sessions. CLICK HERE for the camp brochure and sign-up form.
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.
Middlebury College women’s soccer players Julia Favorito (Winchester, Mass.) and Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) were both named to the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) New England All-Star team. Favorito earned a spot on the first-team, while Kirk was a second-team selection.
Middlebury College women’s soccer player Lucy Wagner (Austin, Texas) has been named a District I First-Team Academic All-American by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America). She helped captain the Panthers to a 13-4-2 overall record in ’11, with a trip to the NCAA Sectionals.
The Middlebury women’s soccer team saw its season come to an end with a 2-1 loss at William Smith in an NCAA Sectional match-up. The 17th-ranked Panthers finish the season at 13-4-2, while the #2 Herons improve to 19-0-1 with a school record for wins.
The Middlebury College women’s soccer team will take part in an NCAA Sectional on Saturday, November 19th at William Smith College in Geneva, N.Y. The Panthers will take on the host school at 11:00 a.m., while Williams meets Emory in the other contest at 1:30. The winners will battle on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. in the sectional finals (NCAA Quarterfinals).
Middlebury advanced to the NCAA Sectionals after topping The College of New Jersey 1-0 in a regional final played on Dragone Field. The Panthers earned their eighth straight shutout, extending their streak to 879:39 without allowing a goal. Middlebury (13-3-2) will visit William Smith in the round of 16 on Saturday the 19th. The Lions end their season with a 13-4-2 mark.
Middlebury extended its scoreless streak to 789:39 without allowing a goal as the Panthers topped Lasell 2-0 in an NCAA first-round game on Dragone Field. The Panthers advance to Sunday’s regional final at 1:00 p.m. against The College of N.J., a 3-0 winner over Roger Williams.
The Middlebury College women’s soccer team will make its sixth NCAA Tournament appearance this weekend when they host an NCAA Regional. The Panthers will take on Lasell on Saturday, November 12th at 11:00 a.m., while Roger Williams meets The College of N.J. at 1:30 p.m.
Middlebury College women’s soccer players Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.), Julia Favorito (Winchester, Mass.) and Colby Gibbs (Cheshire, Conn.) have all earned first-team All-NESCAC honors. The three helped lead the Panthers to an 11-3-2 record this season, as they prepare to host an NCAA Regional this weekend.
The Middlebury women's soccer team finished in a scoreless tie with Williams in a NESCAC semifinal game played at Amherst. The Ephs advance to the finals after winning the penalty kick shootout, 5-4. Williams (10-3-3) will take on the host school tomorrow at noon, while the Panthers fall to 11-3-2 on the year.
Middlebury will take on Williams in a NESCAC semifinal at Amherst on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The Panthers have two NESCAC titles, winning the inaugural tournament in 2000 as the top-seeded team, while winning their second title in 2006.
Middlebury’s Scarlett Kirk scored twice to lead the Panthers to a 2-0 win over Colby (7-7-2) in a NESCAC Quarterfinal contest on Dragone Field. The Panthers (11-3-1) advance to next weekend’s semifinal round at Amherst, where they will meet Williams at 1:30.
For the first time since 2006, Amherst College has earned the number-one seed for the NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship. The Lord Jeffs will enjoy home field throughout the conference championship and will begin their quest for a third conference crown this Saturday when quarterfinal action gets underway.
Middlebury wrapped up the #2 seed for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament after a 1-0 shutout win over Williams on Dragone Field. The Panthers (10-3-1, 7-2-1) will host #7 Colby in a quarterfinal game at noon on Saturday, while the #3 Ephs (10-3-1, 7-2-1) will host sixth-seeded Hamilton at 11:00 a.m.
Rookie Ali Omsberg's first career goal in the 68th minute was all that Middlebury needed to post a 1-0 NESCAC win over the Bates women's soccer team on Saturday at Russell Street Field. Middlebury (9-3-1, 6-2-1 NESCAC) snapped a three-game winning streak by Bates (5-5-2, 2-5-2 NESCAC).
Amy Schlueter redirected a pass from Lucy Wagner for the game’s only goal at the 51:29 mark, as Middlebury earned a 1-0 victory over Trinity on Dragone Field. The win is the third straight for the Panthers, while the Bantams drop their fourth in a row.
An early goal was all Middlebury needed in a hard-fought 1-0 win at Skidmore Wednesday night on Wachenheim Field. The Thoroughbreds fall to 9-4, while the Panthers snap a two-game losing streak to go to 7-3-1.
Alyssa DiCosmo scored her first collegiate goal and Liza Gergenti stopped all four shots she faced to lead Hamilton College to a 1-0 win against Middlebury College in a NESCAC game at Hamilton's Love Field on Oct. 8. Jocelyn Remmert made five saves for Middlebury, which has lost two straight games by 1-0 scores.
Middlebury saw its five-game winning streak come to an end as they fell to Rensselaer (4-6-1) 1-0 in overtime on Dragone Field. The Panthers return to action on Saturday at Hamilton, while the Engineers host Clarkson and St. Lawrence Friday/Saturday.
Middlebury College women’s soccer player Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) has been named NESCAC Player of the Week for the second straight time. Kirk continued her torrid pace with five goals in a 3-0 week for the Panthers. She opened with a pair of goals in a non-league win at Keene State on Wednesday night.
Middlebury’s Scarlett Kirk redirected a crossing pass from Julia Favorito 1:01:03 into the game to lift the Panthers (5-1-1, 3-1-1) to a 2-1 double overtime victory over Wesleyan (3-4, 1-4) on Dragone Field. Middlebury is back at it on Sunday, hosting Connecticut College in another NESCAC contest at 1:00 p.m.
The Middebury women’s soccer team picked up a 5-1 non-league road win on Tuesday night, topping Keene State 5-1. The win snaps a four-game shutout and winning streak for Keene State. The Panthers came into the game tied for fifth in the most recent NSCAA regional rankings.
Middlebury won its fifth straight game as the Panthers topped Connecticut College 2-1 on Dragone Field. The Panthers improve to 6-1-1 overall, 4-1-1 in the league while the Camels fall to 2-4-1, 1-3-1 in NESCAC play. Middlebury returns to action on Tuesday when they host Rensselaer at 4:00 p.m.
Middlebury College women’s soccer player Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) has been named NESCAC Player of the Week. The sophomore scored three times during a 2-0-0 week for the Panthers. She had both Middlebury goals in a 2-0 win over Plattsburgh St. on Thursday.
Middlebury’s Scarlett Kirk scored a pair of first half goals to lead the Panthers to a 2-0 non-league win over Plattsburgh on Dragone Field Thursday. The Panthers return to action on Saturday with a NESCAC contest at Bowdoin.
Rachel Madding finished off a scrum in front of the Bowdoin net 6:34 into overtime to give the visiting Middlebury women's soccer team a 3-2 victory on Saturday. The Panthers move to 3-1-1 (2-1-1 NESCAC) with the victory.
Middlebury’s Scarlett Kirk notched her second career hat-trick as the Panthers topped Colby 4-0 in the team’s home-opener on Dragone Field. Middlebury will visit Amherst on Sunday, the team Kirk scored a hat-trick against one year ago.
Middlebury suffered its first loss of the season as the Panthers fell 2-0 at Amherst on Sunday afternoon. Jess Wall and Sarah Duffy each netted a goal as the Jeffs earned the shutout victory on Hitchcock Field.
Middlebury College women’s soccer player Rachel Madding (Hillsborough, Calif.) has been named the inaugural NESCAC Player of the Week. Madding had both Panther goals in a hard-fought 2-2 draw at Tufts on Saturday.
Middlebury fought to a 2-2 draw with host Tufts in the season and NESCAC opener on Saturday afternoon at Kraft Field. The Jumbos struck first in the 12th minute as senior Jamie Love-Nichols took a lead pass from first year Emma Husted-Sherman and delivered it home from the left side of the box into the top-left corner.