LeeCharles McNeil ’23 credits Middlebury with exposing him to “viewpoints and belief systems that…I never knew existed.” In this piece, he reflects on how coming to Middlebury has changed him for the better. LeeCharles is a recipient of the Barbara and John Tormondsen ’82 Scholarship.
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From a former professional baseball player to a two-time Olympic skier, 11 of Middlebury’s coaches bring a rich history of professional playing experience to their teams.
In a dramatic finish, the Panther women’s hockey team fought their way in overtime to a 3-2 victory over Gustavus Adolphus in the 2022 NCAA Division III Championship Game.
Middlebury Athletics has a number of notable achievements to celebrate. The women’s ice hockey team won its 24th straight game and captured the NESCAC championship.
Karl Lindholm ’67 recounts the life of Art Pepin ’47 and the history of the gymnasium that bears his name.
Middlebury Nordic alum Sam Wood ’19 (guide) along with Bowdoin alum Jake Adicoff ’18 (athlete) have been named to the U.S. Paralympic Team for the Beijing Paralympics.