2017 Men's Soccer News

  • Men’s Soccer Drops 3-1 Decision at Bowdoin
    September 23, 2017
    Middlebury saw its modest four-game winning streak come to an end, as Bowdoin scored the game’s final two goals for a 3-1 NESCAC triumph Saturday in Brunswick, Maine. The Panthers (5-2-0, 2-2-0) are back on the field Saturday at 11:00 a.m., hosting Colby.
  • Middlebury Blanks Keene State, 2-0
    September 20, 2017
    The Middlebury men’s soccer team scored a goal in each half, as the Panthers netted a 2-0 road victory Wednesday at Keene State (3-1-2). The win extended Middlebury’s winning streak to four-straight games with each of the last three victories coming via shutout. The Panthers (5-1) return to action at 12:00 p.m. Saturday, traveling to Bowdoin.  
  • Sass Named NESCAC Player of the Week
    September 18, 2017
    Middlebury College men's soccer player Jed Sass (White River Junction, Vt.) has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. The senior scored both game-winning goals in a pair of league victories last week for the Panthers. After scoring the match's lone goal in a 1-0 win at 10th-ranked Amherst on Saturday, he struck for the game winner in the 54th minute in a 1-0 home victory over Hamilton on Sunday. He and his teammates return to action on Wednesday night with a 7:00 p.m. start at Keene State.
  • Game-Winning Tally by Sass Lifts Middlebury Past Hamilton
    September 17, 2017
    For the second time in as many days, Middlebury’s Jed Sass scored the lone goal of the match at 54:32, leading Middlebury to a 1-0 NESCAC win Sunday over visiting Hamilton. The Panthers (4-1-0, 2-1-0) travel to Keene State for a non-conference match on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., while Hamilton (3-2-1, 1-2-0) is on the road Saturday at Connecticut College.
  • Middlebury Blanks Amherst For Saward’s 350th Career Win
    September 16, 2017
    Middlebury’s Jed Sass netted the game’s lone goal, as the Panthers earned a 1-0 NESCAC road victory Saturday over 10th-ranked Amherst. The win was the 350th for head coach David Saward, elevating his career mark to 350-120-59 in 32-plus seasons. The Panthers are home on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. hosting conference opponent Hamilton, while the Mammoths are idle until next Saturday with a game at Williams.
  • O’Grady’s Double OT Score Lifts Middlebury Past Colby-Sawyer
    September 10, 2017
    Middlebury’s Daniel O’Grady scored the game-winning goal with 1:47 left in the second overtime, lifting the Panthers (2-1-0) to a 2-1 victory over Colby-Sawyer on South Street Field. The Panthers return to action on Saturday when return to NESCAC play with a 12:00 p.m. match at Amherst, while the Chargers (0-4-0) host Clark on Wednesday.
  • Men's Soccer Falls to Conn. in Home Opener
    September 09, 2017
    Connecticut College scored two first-half goals, holding on for a 2-1 win over Middlebury (1-1, 0-1) in the team’s home-opener on South Street Field. The Panthers return to action on Sunday when they host Colby-Sawyer at 3:00 p.m., while the Camels (2-0, 1-0) visit Salem State on Tuesday.
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    September 06, 2017
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  • Potter Scores Twice Lifting Panthers Over Norwich in Opener
    September 06, 2017
    Middlebury scored twice in a span of 3:17 to close the opening half and added a late insurance goal en route to a 3-1 triumph Wednesday over Norwich in its season-opening match. The Panthers (1-0-0) begin NESCAC play on Saturday when they host Connecticut College at 11:00 a.m., while the Cadets (1-2-0) host Rivier on the same day.
  • 2017 Men's Soccer Season Preview
    September 05, 2017
    Led by head coach David Saward, who enters his 33rd and final season on the Middlebury bench, the men’s soccer team has pieces in place to send the long-time leader out on a positive note. This season’s team returns a multitude of experienced players and looks build off the successes of a year ago. The 2016 squad went 10-4-3, falling in overtime during the NESCAC Semifinals. Outscoring opponents by a 30-15 margin last fall, the Panthers must fill the void with six of the top-nine scorers graduating and a class of 11 seniors.