The Middlebury cross country teams participated at the Albany Invitational on Saturday, competing against teams from Divisions I and III. Both Panther squads won their respective races, as the third-ranked women were first among 10 teams. The Middlebury men, ranked 12th nationally, were the top finishers among nine squads competing.
Junior Matt Milano (New Canaan, Conn.) threw for a career-high four touchdown passes to lead Middlebury to a 35-6 win over Bates on homecoming weekend at Alumni Stadium. With the win, the Panthers earned their 26th-consecutive victory over Bates.
The Middlebury volleyball team tallied a 2-1 record during three road matches last week. In non-conference action Tuesday, the Panthers were defeated by Colby-Sawyer, 3-1. During a pair of NESCAC matches, Middlebury eased past Trinity for a 3-0 victory Friday evening inside Oosting Gymnasium, followed on Saturday afternoon by a 3-1 win over Wesleyan.
The Middlebury women’s soccer team recorded a 1-1 record during a pair of NESCAC matches last week. The Panthers were victorious on Dragone Field Saturday over visiting Bates by a 2-0 score. Middlebury took to the road and fell to 11th-ranked Williams 1-0 on Cole Field.
The Middlebury men's golf team hosted Williams and Trinity at the inaugural Ekwanok College Tournament held at the Ekwanok Country Club on Monday in Manchester, Vermont. Seven golfers participated for each team, with the top five scores counting. The Panthers won the event with a 383, followed by the Ephs (389) and the Bantams (395).
The Middlebury women's tennis team ended its fall season sending players to compete at the New England Women's Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament. The event took place at Mt. Holyoke with four brackets contested. Duos from respective schools would play two singles and one doubles match against each other, with the winners advancing to the next round.