Panther women’s hockey defeats Camels in NESCAC first round

Middlebury women’s hockey head coach Bill Mandigo and assistant coach Ashley Salerno mentored the Panthers this past Saturday when the team won the program's — and Mandigo’s — 700th victory. Photo courtesy of Middlebury College Sports Information

MIDDLEBURY — On a milestone afternoon for the Middlebury College women’s hockey program, the defending NESCAC and NCAA Division III champions on this past Saturday breezed past visiting Connecticut, 4-0, in a NESCAC quarterfinal. The 16-6-3 Panthers, w …

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