2006 Softball News

  • Bevere Named Head Softball Coach
    June 27, 2006
    Kelly Bevere has been named the new softball coach at Middlebury College. She replaces two-year head coach Angie Totaro, who earned a 35-19 mark with a trip to the 2005 NESCAC Tournament.
  • Battaglia Earns NESCAC Honors
    May 12, 2006
    Middlebury College softball player Lauren Battaglia (Framingham, Mass.) has been named to the All-NESCAC second-team for the second consecutive season. The senior helped lead the Panthers to a 15-9 record, coming up just short of a NESCAC Tournament bid due to a tie-breaker.
  • Softball Thumps Skidmore - Elminated From NESCAC Tourney
    April 27, 2006
    Middlebury had little trouble at Skidmore, as it handed the Thoroughbreds 16-0 and 13-0 in a pair of non-league road games in Saratoga, N.Y. Unfortunately for the Panthers, Amherst swept Hamilton, eliminating Middlebury from post-season contention.
  • Softball Drops A Pair To Williams
    April 22, 2006
    Middlebury dropped a pair of key NESCAC West games at Williams, suffering 5-0 and 4-0 losses in a doubleheader. The Panthers move to 13-9 overall and finish NESCAC play with a 5-3 record. NESCAC play wraps up next weekend for the rest of the league, with the tournament taking place from May 5th-7th.
  • Softball Pounds Green Mountain
    April 21, 2006
    Middlebury cruised to a pair of road wins as they blasted Green Mountain 25-0 and 13-0 in a pair non-league games. In game one, Jennifer Williams was perfect, striking out 11 of 15 batters in a game shortened to five innings. She also went 4-5 at the plate with three runs scored and five RBI, including a homer.
  • Softball Takes Two From Wesleyan
    April 15, 2006
    Middlebury improved to 5-1 in NESCAC West play as they took a pair of 5-4 games from visiting Wesleyan. The Panthers move to 11-7 overall, while Wesleyan falls to 5-18, 0-6 in NESCAC play.
  • Softball Sweeps Castleton
    April 13, 2006
    Middlebury took both games from visiting Castleton State 13-0 and 12-4 today as both game were shortened to five and six innings respectively due to score differential. The Panthers improved their record to 9-7 and will return to NESCAC West action when they host Wesleyan on Saturday for a two-game series starting at 11:00 a.m. Castleton falls to 12-6 on the year.
  • Softball Sweeps Hamilton
    April 02, 2006
    Middlebury opened up its home and NESCAC season with a two-game sweep of Hamilton. The Panthers picked up a 12-6 win in game one before taking the second contest, 5-2. Middlebury returns to action on April 6th when they host Norwich at 3:00 p.m.
  • Softball Team Returns From Florida
    March 28, 2006
    The Panther softball team went 4-6 overall on its annual spring break trip to Ft. Myers, Florida. Middlebury dropped its first four games, before bouncing back to win four of six to end the trip.
  • Susan Miranowski: Making the most of what life pitches her way
    March 22, 2006
    The whole thing could have been a complete waste of time. But Middlebury College junior Susan Miranowski made sure it wasn't. Having landed in the heart of South Africa in the summer of 2005 - far from her hometown of St. Paul, Minnesota - Susan discovered that the internship opportunity she had come for wasn't exactly what she expected.