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Fourth-seeded Middlebury was downed 4-2 by fifth-seeded Wesleyan in a NESCAC Quarterfinal game on Saturday afternoon in Kenyon Arena. With the loss, Middlebury wraps up the year with a 10-12-3 overall record, while the Cardinals advance to the semifinals, where they take on host and top-seed Williams on March 2. Wesleyan’s Tyler Kobryn had a great chance to open the scoring with 5:51 expired, but his shot hit the right pipe and ricocheted away. Neither team was able to muster up a quality opportunity until the final two minutes of the period. Middlebury’s Conor Breen had a great chance

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