Middlebury’s record-breaking season came to an end with a 2-1 loss to Trinity of Texas in an NCAA Semifinal game played in San Antonio on Toyota Field. The Panthers finish the season with a school-record 17 wins against just two losses and three ties. They also see their school-best unbeaten streak snapped at 19 games.
The Middlebury College women’s soccer team will make its first appearance in the NCAA final four on Friday, December 6th in San Antonio, Texas. The Panthers will take on Trinity of Texas at 2:30 p.m. eastern time, while William Smith meets Capital in the first semifinal at noon. The winners meet on Toyota Field for the NCAA Championship game at 2:30 on Saturday.
The 3-year interdisciplinary grant will connect movement research with traditional scholarship across campus.
The new conference will be modeled after Bread Loaf, and will feature Rick Bass, Jane Brox and other renowned writers.
The new Model D concert grand is a gift of the Rothrock Family in honor of Jessica and Ron Liebowitz.
Political science professor Matt Dickinson discusses the Kennedy legacy on Vermont Public Radio.
A new office in the capital will create opportunities for students, faculty and programs.
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