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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Williams

Friday, January 31, 2014, 8pm Williams (15-3, 4-1) at Middlebury (12-5, 3-1) Before this season started, we pegged Williams as the team to beat in the conference, and likely the nation. Halfway through the conference schedule, though ranked 11th in the nation and second in the conference, the Ephs have to feel like they are […]

Panthers and Tigers

Before tonight’s Williams game, we asked Peter Lindholm ’17.5 to share his Middlebury basketball story. Game preview to follow.  The first Middlebury basketball game I ever went to, I only saw five minutes of action.  I was a bookish 8 year old, in fact, maybe the most obviously unathletic 8 year old in the state.  […]

A Big Weekend for Bowdoin

With two of the surprise teams in the NESCAC tipping off against one another, contributing writer, Adam Lamont takes a look at how Bowdoin and Trinity — two teams with similar makeups — matchup against one another. Every single Bowdoin basketball fan is ecstatic about how the season has gone so far with Bowdoin (16-1, […]

Road to Salem Part IV: Losing Ways

Check out Part IV of the Road to Salem, which focuses on Middlebury’s three-game losing streak and how the Panthers have responded.

Before I Go

Damon wrote his last editorial for The Campus this week, about the impressions that the basketball team, as well as the women’s hockey team, left on him in the last four years. Maybe we can get him to write the 10,000 word version on here soon. Link