Panther nine eyeing best mark in league

PANTHER HURLER ALEX Rosario took the loss in Saturday’s series finale vs. Amherst. He was not helped by his defense in the 7-2 setback. But the Panthers took two of three from the Mammoths and remained in first place in NESCAC West. Independent photo/Steve James

The Middlebury College baseball squad won four out of five games between April 20 and 25, including setting a program record of 11 straight victories and earning first place in NESCAC West by taking two out of three from league rival Amherst.

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