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Middlebury Athletics | May 10, 2014

Middlebury advances to regional finals

BRUNSWICK, Me. -- Middlebury advanced to the NCAA regional finals after a 5-0 win against TCNJ (12-7) in a match played at Bowdoin. The 10th-ranked Panthers (11-7) will meet the host school at noon on Sunday with a trip to the NCAA quarterfinals on the line.

Middlebury gave up just four games in doubles play, en route to a sweep of all three matches. Ria Gerger and Kaysee Orozco topped Jamine Muniz-Cadorette and Emma Allen 8-1 to get things rolling at No. 1. Alexandra Fields and Lily Bondy followed with a victory by the same score in the second spot over Tara Criscuolo and Katie Buchbinder. Lauren Amos and Margot Marchese made it a 3-0 match at No. 3 with an 8-2 win versus Anna Prestera and Victoria Michels.

Dorrie Paradies had little trouble with Victoria Michels at No. 6 singles, earning a 6-0, 6-1 win to make it a 4-0 match. Gerger did not give up a game in the top spot, picking up a 6-0, 6-0 win to seal the victory.

Fields, Orozco, Bondy and Marchese were all up a set in their respective matches.

DIII women's tennis championship: Bracket, schedule, live results

The DIII women's tennis national championship will continue Tuesday, May 21 with the semifinals. Forty-nine teams started in the tournament, but just Wesleyan and Claremont-Mudd-Scripp remain. Below is the complete schedule, bracket and championship history for the remaining games. 

Middlebury wins second straight DIII field hockey championship

Middlebury won its fourth NCAA Championship and second straight after a 2-0 win over Tufts in an all-NESCAC title game on Sunday at Spooky Nook in Manheim, Pennsylvania. The second-ranked Panthers finish the season with a school record 21 wins against just one loss. The #4 Jumbos end their year at 19-3, with all three losses coming at the hands of the Panthers. The national title is the 36th for Middlebury College since 1994.

DIII field hockey championship: Schedule, bracket, scores, how to watch

The DIII field hockey championship will be between Tufts and Middlebury.

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