The fifth-seeded Middlebury women’s squash team (8-7) eased past third-seeded Amherst 6-3 in the third-place match of the 2020 NESCAC Championship on Sunday. The match was the third-straight time the teams have met in the third-place contest, with the Panthers winning all three over the Mammoths (11-6).
The fifth-seeded Middlebury women’s squash team (7-7) earned a 7-2 victory over fourth-seeded Bates (10-4) in a NESCAC Quarterfinal match on Saturday morning, but fell 9-0 to top-seeded Trinity (13-2) later in the day. The Panthers will play in the third-place match against the loser of the Amherst/Williams semifinal contest on Sunday at noon. The Bantams will play for their 13th-straight title at the same time on Sunday.
Fitfh-seeded Middlebury will be in search of a NESCAC crown this weekend when the three-day 2020 NESCAC Women’s Squash Championship begins on Friday. Trinity, which has won all 13 NESCAC Women’s Squash titles, is the top seed, making it the 14th consecutive year the Bantams are the No. 1 seed. Wesleyan is serving as the sole host of the NESCAC Championship for the first time after sharing hosting duties with Trinity in eight previous championships dating back to 2007.
The #15 Middlebury women’s squash team (6-7) earned a 7-2 victory at #20 Tufts (6-6) on Sunday afternoon. Both teams are back in action when they compete in the 2020 NESCAC Championships February 7th-9th on the campus of Wesleyan University.
The #15 Middlebury women’s squash team (5-7) competed against a pair of top-10 teams on Saturday at Harvard. The Panthers fell by scores of 9-0 to both #10 Virginia (9-5) and #1 Harvard (9-0). Middlebury heads to #19 Tufts on Sunday for a 3:00 p.m. start.
The #15 Middlebury women’s squash team (5-5) triumphed 8-1 at #25 Colby (2-7) on Saturday afternoon. The Panthers return to the courts on Saturday at MIT where they will take on #9 Virginia at 11:00 a.m. and #1 Harvard at 5:00 p.m.
The #15 Middlebury women’s squash team (2-7) fell at #17 Bates (9-3) on Thursday night in its first contest of a three-match road stretch. The teams traded the first six games, but the Bobcats picked up the final three to triumph 6-3. The Panthers return to action on Friday when they head to #21 Bowdoin for a 3:00 p.m. match.
The #14 Middlebury women’s squash team fell 6-3 to #12 Brown (2-4) on Sunday afternoon in its second match of the weekend in the Bostwick Family Squash Center. The Panthers (3-4) return to action on January 23rd when they hit the road for a three-match road trip in Maine. They play at #17 Bates on Thursday, before heading to #27 Bowdoin and #24 Colby on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
MIDDLEBURY, Vermont – The #14 Middlebury women’s squash team swept #18 Franklin & Marshall (6-3) on Saturday morning at home. The 9-0 Panther victory snaps the Diplomats’ five-match win-streak, while the hosts improve to 3-3. Middlebury returns to action on Sunday when it hosts #12 Brown at noon, while Franklin & Marshall travels to Williams on the same day for a 12:00 p.m. start.
The Panther women’s squash team (2-3) earned a dominating 9-0 win over #16 Amherst (2-2) in the team’s home opener at the Bostwick Family Squash Center on Thursday. The 14th-ranked Panthers are home again this weekend, facing Franklin & Marshall and Brown on Saturday and Sunday at noon.
The #14 Panther women’s squash team concluded their road trip with an 8-1 loss to #5 Drexel (5-4) on Sunday. Middlebury (1-3) will open up the home portion of its schedule on Thursday when it hosts Amherst at 3:00 p.m.
Middlebury blanked host Hamilton on Saturday afternoon by a 9-0 score in its season opener in the Little Squash Center. The 14th-ranked Panthers (1-0) return to the courts on Sunday, January 5 when they travel to Williams for a 4:00 p.m. match.
After a solid winter on the courts a season ago, the Middlebury women’s squash team is ready to build on those positives in 2019-20. Last season, the team tallied a 13-6 record against a demanding schedule, winning their first six matches to start the 2019 year. The Panther women finished 14th nationally and returns seven of the nine regulars to action this season.