Panther women’s hockey falls to Elmira, 1-0, in NCAA semi-final

The NCAA Division III championship dreams of the Middlebury College women’s hockey team were dashed on Friday by the glove, blocker and pads of Elmira goalie Chloe Beaubien. The Panthers bowed out of the tournament in the semifinal.

College probed for alleged antisemitism

The U.S. Department of Education is investigating a complaint of alleged antisemitism at Middlebury College. 

Upcoming dance workshops open to all

The Movement Matters Masterclass series welcomes dance artist Dr. Hye-Won Hwang’s Introductory Contact Improvisation workshop for movers of all levels.

Panther nine welcomes new field

It’s not unusual to see the Middlebury College baseball team enjoy a successful homestand such as the one that concluded on Tuesday with two wins in three outings.

Middlebury College women’s hockey blanks Plattsburgh, on to final four

Panthers avenge two regular-season losses by knocked off host Plattsburgh, 2-0, on Saturday. Middlebury plays Elmira in the NCAA Final Four on Friday.

Panther women cruise in NCAA 1st round, face Plattsburgh Saturday

Middlebury women’s hockey flexed its muscles in a first-round NCAA Division III NCAA game vs. Western New England on Wednesday. Next up will be a more challenging foe: Plattsburg.

Men’s lacrosse opens strong vs. NESCAC rival

The Middlebury College men’s lacrosse team is coming off an 18-3 season in 2023 that included a trip to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals. 

Women’s hockey to host NCAA game Wednesday

The Middlebury College women’s hockey team will host an NCAA Division III tournament game on Wednesday evening after claiming the NESCAC tournament title this past weekend. 

Axinn Center gets Migrant Justice grant

A three-year, $1.48 million grant from the Mellon Foundation’s Humanities for All Times initiative has been awarded to Middlebury College’s Axinn Center for the Humanities to support work to examine local and global issues related to migration. 

Students leave campus to perform a comedy show

The college’s comedians will be coming out of hiding on campus to perform their show “Off Campus,” off campus and at the Town Hall Theater for Middlebury’s public.

Women’s hockey erupts past Ephs

The second-seeded Middlebury College women’s hockey team rode a breakout offensive performance on Saturday to a 4-1 quarterfinal NESCAC playoff victory over visiting No. 7 Williams.

Middlebury College skiers fare well at their own winter carnival

The Middlebury College ski team finished third in this past Friday and Saturday’s Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association championships, which were held at the Middlebury College Snowbowl and Rikert Outdoor Center in conjunction with the college’s winter … (read more)

Ice skating show comes to town

The Middlebury College Winter Carnival Ice Show will be held this year on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 25, from 2-3:30 p.m., in the Chip Kenyon Arena on South Main Street in Middlebury. Winter Carnival is celebrating its 101st event with … (read more)

Women’s hoop advances in postseason

MIDDLEBURY — The fourth-seeded Middlebury College women’s basketball pulled away from visiting No. 5 Amherst in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s NESCAC quarterfinal to prevail, 59-48. The Panthers thus advanced to this coming weekend’s NESCAC final four a … (read more)

Karl Lindholm: Coach’s course puts sports and its lessons in context

Mike Leonard and Scott Langerman are friends — friends and colleagues. Together, they offered a Winter Term course at Middlebury College this January, “Sports and Society: How Sports Transcend Their Sidelines.”