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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.
At the College’s Winter Carnival this weekend, Evan Cook ’27 placed 10th in giant slalom, a career best. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s skiing overcomes turbulent weather, tough competition at Winter Carnival

Ben Niewoehner February 21, 2024
Men’s skiing hosted a home carnival last weekend, competing with 13 other teams at the College’s home alpine ski course, Jiminy Peak. The weather conditions and the strength of the competition proved difficult, but the Ephs fought hard for a 10th place finish during the two-day event.
Women’s Nordic finished 10th, a season best, at this weekend’s home carnival hosted at Jiminy Peak (Photo courtesy of Steve Fuller.)

Women’s skiing impresses with solid performance at Williams Carnival

Hugh Kane February 21, 2024
After snow returned to Williamstown on Thursday, women’s skiing put up a strong performance at this season’s home carnival at Jiminy Peak amid a weekend of Winter Carnival festivities.
Oscar Newman ’25 broke his own school record over the weekend, one of many impressive Eph efforts. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s track impresses at BU Invitational, Dartmouth Tune-Up

Ben Niewoehner February 14, 2024
Men’s track and field flourished at two meets over the weekend, with many of the Ephs heading to Boston for the 2024 Boston University (BU) David Hemery Valentine Invitational and a smaller group heading to the Dartmouth Tune-Up Meet last Saturday.
Women’s track competed in various events at the Dartmouth Tune-Up in New Hampshire this weekend. (Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.)

Women’s track lands on all-time list at BU Invitational, Dartmouth Tune-Up

Inés Garcia February 14, 2024
Women’s track and field competed at the Boston University (BU) David Hemery Valentine Invitational and the Dartmouth Tune-Up on Feb. 9 and Feb. 10. Many of the Ephs hit their personal best times of the season and qualified for the upcoming Div. III New England Championship during both meets.
Over the weekend, men’s ice hockey split a two-game series with Middlebury, winning the first match. (Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.)

Men’s ice hockey splits doubleheader with Middlebury

Alina Ramirez February 14, 2024
The Ephs skated onto Middlebury’s rink on Friday night with confidence, coming off the heels of a second 5-3 win against Wesleyan (5-16-1, 3-12-1 NESCAC) this season. As the end of the regular season draws to a close, the team, currently ranked ninth in the NESCAC, hopes to move into the top eight and secure a spot in the NESCAC Tournament.
Karren sunk a contested 3-pointer to lift the Ephs over the Bantams this past weekend during a buzzer-beater victory (Photo courtesy of Sports Information). 

Men’s basketball sweeps weekend in buzzer-beater victory over Trinity, senior day win over Wesleyan

Ben Niewoehner February 7, 2024
Men’s basketball (18-5, 8-1 NESCAC) picked up two home victories over the weekend, ascending to first place in the NESCAC. On Friday, the Ephs took down the No. 4 Trinity Bantams (21-1, 7-1 NESCAC) in a 55-54 buzzer-beater victory to end the Bantams’ undefeated season. On Saturday, the Ephs triumphed 76-65 over the Wesleyan Cardinals (12-10, 3-5 NESCAC) in a senior day game, securing the Little Three Co-Championship title.
The Hoop-Hopping Lax Legends were one of two female and nonbinary IM basketball teams (Photo Courtesy of Molly Miles-Harris).

Winter Study IM basketball league encourages camaraderie, drive

Osegie Osayimwen February 7, 2024
Throughout the month of January, Chandler Gymnasium was dominated not by the men’s and women’s varsity basketball teams, but by athletes from other varsity teams and non-athletes alike competing for the venerated black, purple, and gold “INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS” t-shirts and — most importantly — pride. 
Mens squash beats Amherst, looks ahead to NESCACs this weekend (Photo courtesy of Sports Information).

Men’s squash maintains undefeated conference record with win over Amherst

Alina Ramirez February 7, 2024
On Friday night, No. 11 men’s squash (12-6, 8-0 NESCAC) defeated the No. 16 Amherst Mammoths (11-7, 6-4 NESCAC) on the road, adding to an already spotless conference record.
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Teams search for alternate practice facilities following Towne Field House demoliton

Inés Garcia January 24, 2024
Walking down Spring Street, one cannot help but notice the new expanse of sky peeking out just left of Where’d You Get That?!, Inc. — which appeared when the Towne Field House was demolished last month. 
Photo courtesy of Sports Information.

Women’s basketball sees mixed results in NESCAC gameplay

Ben Niewoehner January 24, 2024
Women’s basketball (9-10, 1-4 NESCAC) fell to the Middlebury Panthers (12-6, 4-1 NESCAC) in last Saturday’s matchup, suffering a 43-84 loss. The Panthers hit their stride in the second quarter, opening up what had been a close game and finding themselves en route to a comfortable victory. 
Photo courtesy of Sports Information.

Women’s ice hockey falls to No. 8 Colby in second match of two-game series

Alina Ramirez January 24, 2024
Women’s ice hockey (7-7-2, 4-5-1 NESCAC) fell 2-3 to the No. 8 Colby Mules (11-3-1, 4-3-1 NESCAC) in overtime last Saturday, Jan. 20. The game was the second of a series, following a 2-4 loss for the Ephs on Friday night. 
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