The Middlebury women's soccer team is hosting a Babysitting Night on Friday, May 3rd at the Peterson Family Athletic Complex. The event will run from 6pm to 10pm, offering parents the opportunity to plan a nice night out, while leaving their children in a safe, secure, and fun environment. Kids will take part in age-appropriate activities including games, crafts, and movies.
The Middlebury women's soccer team will present a three hour clinic for youth players on April 21st, 2013. The program is open to boys and girls ages 6-13 and will include instruction, fun games and match play. Participants will have the opportunity to work with their favorite Middlebury soccer players while learning fundamental skills, clever tricks and key elements of the game in a fun, challenging, supportive soccer environment. For more details, check out our clinic flyer! Participants can register online here.
Middlebury College women’s soccer is pleased to announce it’s 2013 summer camp for high school girls. The camp will take place on the Middlebury campus from Monday, June 24th through Wednesday, June 26th. Head coach Peter Kim, along with the Middlebury staff and guest coaches will lead this intensive three-day program designed to introduce high school players to college-level training as well as provide insight into the college search process. For information, please see our brochure and online application. We hope to see you in June!
Four members of the Middlebury College women’s soccer team were honored when the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) announced its All-Region and All-American teams. Junior goalkeeper Elizabeth Foody (Ottawa, Ont.) was named a first-team All-American in goal for the Panthers, while also earning a spot on the All-Region team. Joining her as a first-team All-New England squad was junior Julia Favorito (Winchester, Mass.), while senior Maddy Boston (Mill Valley, Calif.) and junior Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) were named to the third team.
The Middlebury women’s soccer program will host its annual spring clinic on the Middlebury campus, April 12-14, 2013. 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 College women’s soccer players Lucy Wagner (Austin, Texas) and Colby Gibbs (Cheshire, Conn.) have been named District I First-Team Academic All-Americans by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America). The pair helped the Panthers to finish with a 13-3-1 record, earning the top seed in the NESCAC Tournament while advancing to the NCAA’s.
Misericordia’s Sam Helmsetter’s marker in the 21st minute stood up as the game-winning goal as she helped lift the #10 Cougars to a 1-0 triumph over #15 Middlebury in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Dragone Field.
Scarlett Kirk highlighted thee different scorers for Middleburywith the match-clinching goal, as the Panthers defeated Castleton State 3-1 in the opening round of the NCAA Division Tournament on Dragone Field.Middlebury (13-2-2) advances to the second round and will entertain Misericordia tomorrow at 1:30.
The Middlebury College women’s soccer team will make its seventh NCAA Tournament appearance this weekend when they host an NCAA Regional. The Panthers will take on Castleton on Saturday, November 10th at 11:00 a.m., while Misericordia meets Lesley at 1:30 p.m. The winners will meet in the regional final on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Tickets are priced at $6 for adults and $3 for students and will be available at the games.
Four members of the Middlebury College women’s soccer team earned All-NESCAC honors while head coach Peter Kim was named the league’s Co-Head Coach of the Year. Junior Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) and junior Elizabeth Foody (Ottawa, Ont.) both earned first-team honors, while junior Julia Favorito (Winchester, Mass.) and senior Maddy Boston (Mill Valley, Calif.) earned second team honors. The Panthers are currently preparing to host an NCAA Regional on Dragone Field this weekend.
Top-seeded Middlebury was upset at home by eighth-seeded Wesleyan (7-7-1) in a NESCAC Quarterfinal contest played on Dragone Field. The 11th-ranked Panthers fall to 12-2-1 on the season and will await a possible NCAA bid on November 5th, while the Cardinals will travel to Williams to take on the host school in the semifinals next Saturday. Middlebury held a 22-4 shots advantage in the game and led 9-0 in corner kicks, but could not find the back of the net.
With the top seed in this year’s NESCAC Women’s Soccer Championship at stake, Middlebury closed out the regular season with a dramatic 3-1 triumph at Williams this afternoon. In the process, the Panthers not only ended the Ephs’ 10-game unbeaten streak but also secured home field advantage throughout the tournament for the first time since 2004.
The Middlebury women’s soccer team clinched the top seed for the upcoming NESCAC Tournament with a 3-1 road win at Williams (10-3-1, 8-1-1). The 11th-ranked Panthers (11-1-1, 8-1-1 NESCAC) will host a NESCAC Quarterfinal game on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. and have earned the right to host the semifinals/final on November 3-4 with a victory.
Middlebury College women's soccer player Scarlett Kirk (San Francisco, Calif.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Kirk figured in on four of the Panthers’ five goals in a perfect 2-0 week. The forward was at her best on Tuesday, when she scored a pair of goals in her team’s dramatic 2-1 triumph over Skidmore.
Middlebury head coach Peter Kim became the first women’s soccer coach in school history to earn 100 wins as the Panthers topped Bates (4-8-1, 1-7-1), 3-0. He now has a career record of 100-35-18 (.712) in his ninth season as the team’s head coach. With the win, the Panthers (11-1-1, 7-1-1) have locked up a NESCAC Quarterfinal home game on October 27th, following their regular season finale at Williams this Wednesday.
Middlebury improved to 10-1-1 on the season with a 2-1 double overtime victory over Skidmore (3-8-1) on Dragone Field. The 17th-ranked Panthers return to action when they host Bates on Saturday, while Skidmore hosts Clarkson on the same day.
Carter Talgo scored the game-winning goal in the 75th minute to lead visiting Middlebury to a 2-1 victory at Trinity on Saturday. The Bantams fall to 4-6 overall and 3-5 in the NESCAC with its second loss in a row, while the Panthers improve to 9-1-1 overall and 6-1-1 in the league.
Astrid Kempainen unloaded with a 25 yard blast for a goal in the 55th minute of action to lead Connecticut College to a stunning 1-0 shutout victory against the seventh-ranked and previously undefeated Middlebury on Sunday. The Camels improve their record 3-6-1 and are 1-6 in NESCAC play, while the Panthers fall to 8-1-1 with 5-1-1 mark in conference action.
Maddy Boston netted her first collegiate goal in the 11th minute, to lead seventh-ranked Middlebury to a 2-0 victory over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), this evening in non-conference action from East Campus Stadium.
Amy Schlueter’s goal in the 68th minute would be all Middlebury needed as the seventh-ranked Panthers (8-0-1, 5-0-1) remained unbeaten with a 1-0 NESCAC win over Hamilton (6-2-1, 4-2-1). Middlebury returns to action Sunday at Connecticut College, while Hamilton hosts Oneonta on Wednesday.
Eighth-ranked Middlebury picked up a 2-1 NESCAC road win at Wesleyan on Saturday as Claire Nishioka and Scarlett Kirk scored goals for the Panthers in the first half.
The 10th-ranked Middlebury women's soccer team improved to 3-0 overall after a 3-0 victory at Colby in NESCAC play Saturday. Rachel Madding scored the lone goal of the first half at 28:12 when she took a pass from Maddy Boston and scored on a long blast.
The ninth-ranked Middlebury women’s soccer team remained undefeated with a 1-0 victory over Bowdoin (4-1, 2-1) on Dragone Field. The Panthers (5-0, 3-0) return to action on Sunday when they host Amherst at 2:00 p.m., while the Polar Bears host UNE on Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.
Middlebury College women’s soccer player Elizabeth Foody (Ottawa, Ont.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Foody allowed no goals in almost 300 minutes of action in a 2-0-1 week for ninth-ranked Middlebury. She opened the week with five saves in an overtime win at Plattsburgh before coming home to remain unbeaten in a pair of NESCAC contests.
In a battle of two teams ranked in the top 10 nationally, 110 minutes wasn’t enough as ninth-ranked Middlebury (5-0-1, 3-0-1) and sixth-ranked Amherst (4-0-1, 2-0-1) battled to a scoreless tie on Dragone Field. The Panthers return at action next Saturday at Wesleyan, while the Jeffs host Trinity on Wednesday.
The ninth-ranked Middlebury women’s soccer team earned a 1-0 overtime road win at Plattsburgh on Tuesday night. Scarlett Kirk scored the game’s only goal 99:51 into the contest to improve the Panthers to 4-0, while the Cardinals fell to 4-4 with the loss.
The 10th-ranked Middlebury women’s soccer team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 3-0 victory over Keene State (1-4) on Dragone Field. The Panthers held a 25-11 shots advantage in the game, scoring three second half goals en route to the victory. Middlebury returns to action at Colby on Saturday, while Keene visits UMass.-Boston.
Middlebury scored two first half goals and never looked back, on its way to a 2-0 win over Tufts in the opener for both squads. The 10th-ranked Panthers return to action on Wednesday when they host Keene, while M.I.T. will visit Tufts on the same day.
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.