Middlebury Panthers

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 15-10 - Conference: 5-4
11/17 at MIT Final L, 83-73
@ Gordon College
11/18 vs. Mount Ida • Final W, 120-61
11/21 at St. Lawrence Final L, 80-64
11/28 at Castleton Final W, 99-90
11/30 vs. RPI Final L, 69-64
12/2 at Union Final W, 76-70
12/5 vs. Southern Vermont Final W, 100-76
12/9 at Hamilton Final W, 86-84
1/3 at University of New England Final W, 79-53
1/6 vs. Skidmore Final W, 81-65
1/7 at Colby-Sawyer Final W, 96-85
1/9 vs. Green Mountain Final W, 102-47
1/12 vs. Colby * • Final W, 100-93
1/13 vs. Bowdoin * • Final W, 81-58
1/19 at Amherst * • Final L, 79-73
1/20 at Trinity (Conn.) * • Final L, 82-67
1/23 vs. Johnson State Final W, 92-59
1/27 vs. Williams * • Final L, 86-79
1/30 at Norwich Final L, 61-57
2/2 vs. Tufts * • Final W, 102-91
2/3 vs. Bates * • Final L, 81-48
2/6 at Plattsburgh State Final L, 86-69
2/9 at Wesleyan * • Final W, 64-58
2/10 at Connecticut College * • Final W, 69-59
2/17 vs. Colby Final - OT L, 91-79

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 15-10 - Conference: 5-4
1/12 vs. Colby * • W, 100-93
1/13 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 81-58
1/19 at Amherst * • L, 79-73
1/20 at Trinity (Conn.) * • L, 82-67
1/27 vs. Williams * • L, 86-79
2/2 vs. Tufts * • W, 102-91
2/3 vs. Bates * • L, 81-48
2/9 at Wesleyan * • W, 64-58
2/10 at Connecticut College * • W, 69-59

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NESCAC/Men/2006-07/standings-div1 : /conf/NESCAC/Men/2006-07/standings-div2 : /conf/NESCAC/Men/2006-07/standings

2006-07

Amherst 8-1 30-2
Trinity (Conn.) 7-2 21-5
Williams 6-3 16-12
Middlebury 5-4 15-10
Tufts 5-4 15-10
Colby 5-4 15-11
Bates 3-6 18-7
Bowdoin 3-6 15-10
Wesleyan (Conn.) 2-7 7-16
Connecticut Col. 1-8 11-13

Past Records

2017-18 (21-7, 7-3 NESCAC)
2016-17 (27-4, 8-2 NESCAC)
2015-16 (18-11, 6-4 NESCAC)
2014-15 (17-7, 4-6 NESCAC)
2013-14 (17-9, 6-4 NESCAC)
2012-13 (25-4, 8-2 NESCAC)
2011-12 (26-4, 9-1 NESCAC)
2010-11 (28-2, 8-1 NESCAC)
2009-10 (25-4, 8-1 NESCAC)
2008-09 (24-4, 8-1 NESCAC)
2007-08 (19-8, 6-3 NESCAC)
2006-07 (15-10, 5-4 NESCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Jeff Brown
Conference: NESCAC

Middlebury

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2411
Location: Middlebury, VT
Colors: Blue, White
Region: Northeast
Arena: Pepin Gym (1200)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

March 3, 2018 Saturday men: Home is where the hurt is So much for home court advantage. Road teams won by small margins (Ramapo and Hamilton) and large (Swarthmore and Middlebury). Here's the recap of the second round of NCAA Tournament action.
February 17, 2018 Men: Swat tops Dips, Witt stuns Woo Swarthmore claimed the top seed in the Centennial Conference with a two-point win vs. F&M while Wittenberg won a thriller over rival Wooster thanks to two game-saving shots by Jacob Bertemes. Elsewhere Middlebury and New Jersey City were bounced from their tournaments and St. John's swept rival St. Thomas.
February 10, 2018 Men: Seven ranked teams upset Saturday afternoon Wittenberg? No longer unbeaten. Middlebury? Fell again. MIT? Still reeling. Plus Swarthmore went down in double overtime, Lyco lost its third in four games, York fell at home and the top 10 didn't agree with Eastern Connecticut so much. More in the wrapup.
January 20, 2018 Saturday men: Panthers pounce, York bounced No. 16 Middlebury held off No. 11 Williams 70-66 and took over first in the NESCAC with help from Amherst. Mary Washington knocked York (Pa.) off the list of unbeatens and John Carroll rolled over Marietta. Stevens Point widened its lead in the WIAC race. Get the men's recap here.
December 10, 2017 Hoopsville: Good or Great? Hoopsville is ON AIR NOW! Tune in to enjoy Sunday night's show! Do we have any great teams in Division III this season? Or might there just be a lot of pretty good squads? It just might be too early, still, to determine that, but tonight on Hoopsville Dave and his guests will at least try and gauge things in Division III basketball.
December 4, 2017 Men's Top 25 poll released With highly ranked teams losing on Saturday, there were lots of votes up for grabs near the top of the pole. Middlebury moves up, Wesleyan moves in and Baldwin Wallace makes its first appearance in the national rankings in more than a decade.