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Men’s tennis ended the weekend on a triumphant note after neatly defeating Connecticut College 9-0. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s tennis sweeps Connecticut College in weekend 9-0 victory

Inés Garcia April 10, 2024
No. 3 men’s tennis (10-1, 4-0 NESCAC) swept No. 45 Connecticut College (8-5, 1-5 NESCAC) in a 9-0victory last Saturday. The win extends the Ephs’ four match win streak, moving them to second place in the NESCAC, one game behind perennial rival No. 21 Amherst (10-2, 5-0 NESCAC).
Photo courtesy of Theresa Sawyer.

College unveils $4.7 million permanent boathouse for crew program

Hannah Marx April 10, 2024
Men’s and women’s crew moved into their newly constructed boathouse, located on the Lake Onota waterfront, on March 28. The new boathouse has twice the boat storage of the previous boathouse and features a team room equipped with a television, a room to gather in before and after practice, heated spaces for boat storage, and bathrooms with showers.
Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.

Captains’ Corner: Isabelle Shah ’24

Noor Naseer April 10, 2024

Team: Men’s crew Hometown: Brookline, Mass. Major: Psychology and studio art This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Noor Naseer (NN): How long have you been coxswaining? Isabelle...

Women’s tennis had a strong season start with two at-home victories. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Women’s tennis beats Tufts and Bates

Dilay Kalınoğlu March 13, 2024
No. 9 women’s tennis (4-0, 2-0 NESCAC) defeated the No. 15 Tufts Jumbos (0-2, 0-1NESCAC) and the Bates Bobcats (2-4, 0-2 NESCAC) in matches hosted at home last weekend. The Ephs narrowly beat the Jumbos 5-4 and swept the Bobcats 9-0, maintaining an undefeated record
Cole Prowitt-Smith’s phenomenal layup brought the Ephs to the Sweet Sixteen match in North Carolina. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s basketball falls to Christopher Newport in Sweet Sixteen, ending NCAA Tournament run

Ben Niewoehner and Lena Kerest March 13, 2024
Men’s basketball (23-7, 9-1 NESCAC) continued its late-season resurgence with an inspired run to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, defeating No. 18 DeSales (24-4) 77-51 in the first round and No. 9 Oswego State (26-3) 79-77 with a dramatic, game-winning layup by guard co-captain Cole Prowitt-Smith ’24. The defending national champions, the No. 23 Christopher Newport Captains (24-7), put an end to the Ephs’ season on Friday afternoon in a hard-fought 49-60 loss.
The womens 4x400m relay impressed again, closing out the indoor season with a new school record. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information).

This week in playoffs: Qualifying Ephs close out season at national competitions

Alina Ramirez March 13, 2024
Women’s track and field kicked off the final meet of its indoor season on Friday, the Div. III NCAA Championships in Virginia Beach, Va.
Women’s lacrosse opened season at home on Farley-Lamb Field with dual dominant performances.

Women’s lacrosse defeats Skidmore 11-4, Smith 18-1

Osegie Osayimwen March 6, 2024
Women’s lacrosse (2-0, 0-0 NESCAC) captured two dominant victories during its first weekend of play, defeating the Skidmore Thoroughbreds (0-3) 11-4, and the Smith Pioneers (2-2) 18-1. Attacker Franny Donohue ’26 opened up the assertive victory against the Thoroughbreds, scoring the first goal of the season on Farley-Lamb Field to put the Ephs up 1-0 early into the first quarter. Donohue, who led the Ephs in goals and points last season, tallied two goals and an assist during Saturday’s victory.
Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.

Captains’ Corner: Emma Schulman ’24

Aliya Huprikar March 6, 2024
The Record sat down with Emma Schulman ’24, co-captain of women's swim and dive.

Men’s lacrosse starts season strong with 14-13 win over No. 20 Babson at home

Ben Niewoehner March 6, 2024
The men’s lacrosse team (1-0, 0-0 NESCAC) began its season on a high note over the weekend, defeating No. 20 Babson (1-2) 14-13 in a back-and-forth game at home. Co-captain Cal Caputo ’24 led the team, scoring eight goals in triumph over the Beavers.
The Ephs faced a tough loss in the NESCAC Championship, conceding a promising half-time lead. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s basketball loses to Trinity in NESCAC Championship, earns at-large bid in NCAA Tournament

Beatrice Larzul February 28, 2024
Last weekend, men’s basketball (21-6, 9-1 NESCAC) defeated the sixth-seeded Amherst Mammoths (15- 11, 5-5 NESCAC) on Feb. 24. However, the Ephs faced a nail-biting loss against the second-seeded Trinity Bantams (26-1, 9-1 NESCAC) in the NESCAC Championship game on Feb. 25.
Members of women’s swim and dive were all all smiles at Middlebury after taking home yet another NESCAC title. (Photo courtesy of Ali Paquette.)

Women’s swim and dive secures NESCAC Championship title

Inés Garcia February 21, 2024
Women’s swim and dive (7-0, 4-0 NESCAC) took first place at the NESCAC Championship last weekend, which was hosted at the Middlebury College Natatorium. Following an undefeated season and a historic Div. III dual meet streak of 135 wins, the four-day championship meet was the icing on the cake for the team. The win marks the team’s 20th title in program history.
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