2005 Alpine Skiing News

  • Ski Team Finishes Eighth At NCAA's
    March 12, 2005
    3/12/05 - The Panther ski team placed eighth overall at the NCAA Championships hosted by the University of Vermont. Denver won the event, while Middlebury was third team in the top eight from the east. First-year racer Megan Hughes (Killington, Vt.) became the school's fifth female NCAA Champion in an alpine event, as she captured the slalom championship with a time of 1:25.49. Senior Jessica Smith (Rockport, Maine) placed 19th in the race (1:30.29), while sophomore Tara Martin (Lyndonville, Vt.) came in 30th (1:38.33). Martin placed 12th in the GS in 2:01.35, while Smith and Hughes did not finish.
  • Ski Teams Host Carnival
    February 26, 2005
    2/26/05 - The Middlebury College men's and women's alpine and nordic ski teams hosted the EISA Championships this past weekend at the Rikert Ski Touring Center and the Middlebury College Snow Bowl. The Panthers finished the event in third place, as they have in all six carnivals this season.
  • Ski Teams To Host Carnival
    February 21, 2005
    2/21/05 - Middlebury will host the 2005 EISA Skiing Championships on February 25th and 26th. Here is the schedule of events:
  • Panther Skiers Third At Williams
    February 19, 2005
    2/19/05 - The Panthers made it five third place finishes in five carnivals as they placed third at the Williams Carnival.
  • Ski Teams Finish Third, Again
    February 12, 2005
    Third place is becoming a common thing for the Panther alpine and nordic ski teams. Middlebury placed third for the fourth straight week, trailing Vermont and Dartmouth.
  • Ski Teams Race At UVM
    February 05, 2005
    2/5/05 - The Middlebury College alpine and nordic ski teams finished third for the third straight week as they raced at the University of Vermont carnival. Dartmouth won the event, followed by Vermont.
  • Ski Teams Finish Third At St. Michael's
    January 29, 2005
    1/29/05 - The Panther alpine and nordic ski teams finished third for the second straight week as they raced at the St. Michael's Carnival. Vermont won the event, followed by Dartmouth.
  • Panthers Open Carnival Season With Third Place Finish
    January 22, 2005
    1/22/05 - The Middlebury College alpine and nordic ski teams opened up the carnival circuit with a third place finish at the Bates Carnival in Maine. Vermont won the season-opener, followed by Dartmouth and Middlebury. The men's and women's classical relay races were cancelled, due to the cold temperatures.  
  • Hughes Is Top U.S. Finisher
    January 21, 2005
    1/21/05 - Middlebury College alpine skier Megan Hughes was the top U.S. finisher Thursday at the World University Games in Innsbruck, Austria. See below for the complete story from USA Skiing.
  • Johnson Wins U.S. Title
    January 04, 2005
    1/4/05 - Former Middlebury College skier Andrew Johnson won the first U.S. Title of his career in Soldier Hollow, Utah on Monday. Click here for the full story.