Middlebury Panthers

Schedule

Overall: 14-10-3 - Conference: 11-6-1
11/19 vs. Colby * • W, 3-2
11/20 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 7-1
11/25 vs. Elmira L, 3-2
11/26 vs. Plattsburgh State T, 0-0
12/2 at Conn. College * • W, 4-0
12/3 at Tufts * • W, 3-2
12/9 at Hamilton * • L, 3-0 RC
12/10 at Amherst * • L, 4-3
12/31 vs. Skidmore W, 5-0
1/1 vs. Southern Maine T, 2-2 BX
1/6 vs. Wesleyan * • L, 5-4
1/7 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 4-1 RC
1/13 vs. Plattsburgh State L, 7-0 RC
1/20 at Colby * • W, 3-1
1/21 at Bowdoin * • L, 5-0 BX
1/24 at Norwich L, 5-0 BX RC
1/27 vs. Conn. College * • L, 4-3
1/28 vs. Tufts * • T, 2-2 RC
2/4 at Wesleyan * • W, 3-2
2/5 at Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 3-0 RC
2/9 at Williams * • W, 5-1 P
2/11 vs. Williams * • W, 3-2
2/18 vs. Hamilton * • W, 2-1 RC
2/19 vs. Amherst * • L, 2-1
2/25 vs. Wesleyan W, 2-1 RC
3/3 at Bowdoin W, 6-3 RC
3/4 at Amherst L, 4-3 RC

(* Conference; • Region)
Overall: 14-10-3 - Conference: 11-6-1
11/19 vs. Colby * • W, 3-2
11/20 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 7-1
12/2 at Conn. College * • W, 4-0
12/3 at Tufts * • W, 3-2
12/9 at Hamilton * • L, 3-0 RC
12/10 at Amherst * • L, 4-3
1/6 vs. Wesleyan * • L, 5-4
1/7 vs. Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 4-1 RC
1/20 at Colby * • W, 3-1
1/21 at Bowdoin * • L, 5-0 BX
1/27 vs. Conn. College * • L, 4-3
1/28 vs. Tufts * • T, 2-2 RC
2/4 at Wesleyan * • W, 3-2
2/5 at Trinity (Conn.) * • W, 3-0 RC
2/9 at Williams * • W, 5-1 P
2/11 vs. Williams * • W, 3-2
2/18 vs. Hamilton * • W, 2-1 RC
2/19 vs. Amherst * • L, 2-1

(* Conference; • Region)

2011-12

Amherst 17-1 24-4-1
Bowdoin 12-3-3 16-6-3
Middlebury 11-6-1 14-10-3
Tufts 9-8-1 12-11-2
Williams 8-8-2 12-9-5
Wesleyan 7-9-2 12-11-2
Trinity (Conn.) 6-10-2 9-13-2
Hamilton 4-12-2 8-14-3
Connecticut College 4-12-2 6-15-3
Colby 4-13-1 7-15-1

Past Records

2017-18 (0-0, 0-0 NESCAC)
2016-17 (3-19-2, 3-15 NESCAC)
2015-16 (8-11-7, 6-5-7 NESCAC)
2014-15 (10-12-3, 7-8-3 NESCAC)
2013-14 (11-11-3, 9-7-2 NESCAC)
2012-13 (13-11-2, 11-5-2 NESCAC)
2011-12 (14-10-3, 11-6-1 NESCAC)
2010-11 (11-8-6, 9-5-5 NESCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Bill Beaney (New Hampshire '73)
Conference: NESCAC

Middlebury

Panthers

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2411
Location: Middlebury, Vt.
Colors: Blue, White
Region: East
Arena: Kenyon Arena (2100)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

July 18, 2017 Yet another Offseason Digest An entire line signs in the NWHL, the development camp news you heard, and maybe didn't hear about, a gaggle of Division III talent meets in the finals at the Maccabiah games, and more as Ray Biggs brings you up to speed on more items. Photo: Eric Kelley, D3photography.com
January 12, 2017 UMB, Bowdoin win at Fenway, Middlebury, Northland score key ties Diamonds aren't necessarily forever, but the UMass Boston men and Bowdoin women made the most of their time on one with wins outdoors. Plus other notable happenings from the week. Photo: New England Hockey Conference
November 26, 2016 Follow the Light No. 9 UMass Boston rebounds from a loss by dropping No. 4 Utica out of the unbeaten ranks on a difficult night for the ECAC West, and the Cobbers and Cadets will meet in the Primelink final. Catch up on your Friday action here. Photo: Jeff Pexton, Perfect Game Imaging for Utica Athletics
November 25, 2016 PrimeLink ShootOut Preview In 2014 Concordia-Moorhead became the first West Region team to claim the prestigious title. After a year layoff, the Cobbers are back to defend it against the traditional East Region field of Plattsburgh State, Norwich and Middlebury. Photo: Larry Radloff for d3photography.com
March 5, 2016 Sixth-seeded Amherst downs Middlebury 4-2 to advance to NESCAC Championship HARTFORD, Conn. – First-year John Festa tallied two scores, his first and second goal of the season, to help lift the sixth-seeded Amherst College men's ice hockey team to a hard fought 4-2 victory over fifth-seeded Middlebury College in Saturday afternoon's NESCAC Semifinal tilt at second-seeded Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.
November 24, 2015 2015 PrimeLink ShootOut Preview Concordia-Moorhead claimed the 2014 title but the Cobbers won't be returning to defend it. Instead, it will be Connecticut College that joins perennial participants Middlebury, Norwich and Plattsburgh State.