The Middlebury ski teams were honored for their hard work in the classroom when the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association (USCSCA) announced the members of the National Collegiate All-Academic Ski team. A total of nine Panthers were honored for their grade point average.
Middlebury skiers Lewis Nottonson (Acton, Mass.) and Justin Alkier (Toronto, Ont.) recently earned All-American honors at the NCAA Skiing Championships. The races were hosted by the University of Vermont from March 6-9 at the Trapp Family Lodge and Stowe Mountain Resort.
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has announced its 2018-19 Winter All-Academic Selections. To be honored, a student-athlete must have reached sophomore academic standing and be a varsity letter winner with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50. A transfer student must have completed one year of study at the institution. The following are Middlebury's 124 representatives, the highest among the 11 conference institutions.
Middlebury finished 10th overall at the 2019 NCAA Skiing Championships hosted by the University of Vermont. Utah won the national title with 530.5 points, followed by Vermont (476) and Colorado (455). Middlebury completed the four-day event with 150 points overall. Alpine events took place at the Stowe Mountain Resort, while nordic events were contested at the Trapp Family Lodge.
Alpine action took center stage on Friday at the NCAA Championships hosted by the University of Vermont at Stowe Mountain Resort. Middlebury’s Justin Alkier earned All-American honors to highlight day two of competition. Dartmouth leads the championship with 259 points, followed by Utah (252.5) and Vermont (245). The Panthers currently sit in 10th place (78) among 21 scoring teams.
For the first time since 2008, Middlebury has qualified a full team of 12 skiers for the NCAA Skiing Championships. The event is hosted by the University of Vermont from March 6-9 at the Trapp Family Lodge and Stowe Mountain Resort. The Panthers are one of just six schools to qualify the maximum of 12 competitors.
The Middlebury ski teams finished third among 14 teams scoring points at the 2019 EISA Championships hosted by Bates. Dartmouth won the carnival with 973 points, followed by Vermont (965) and the Panthers (758). Middlebury racers will return to action from March 6-9 at the NCAA Championships hosted by the University of Vermont.
The Middlebury ski team concluded day one of action at the 2019 EISA Championships hosted by Bates. Vermont leads the event with 477 points, followed by Dartmouth (476) and the Panthers (390). Action concludes tomorrow with nordic events beginning at 10:00 a.m. and the slalom getting underway at 9:30 a.m.
Middlebury College skiers Caroline Bartlett (Toronto, Ont.) and Erik Arvidsson (Woodside, Calif.) have been selected as the Eastern Intercollegiate Skiing Association (EISA) Alpine Skiers of the Week. The pair helped the Middlebury ski teams win their own carnival, claiming a weekend win for the first time since 2008, when they captured the Vermont Carnival.
One day after winning the Middlebury Carnival, the alpine teams were back in action on Sunday at the Dartmouth Skiway for a giant slalom event. Leading the Panther men was the one-two punch of Justin Alkier and Pate Campbell, who finished second (2:01.49) and third (2:01.64), respectively.
The Middlebury ski teams won their own carnival with impressive performances at both the Middlebury Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center. The Panthers finished with 915 points, to edge Dartmouth (908) and down the University of Vermont (875). The carnival win is the first for the Panthers since 2008, when they captured the Vermont Carnival. The men's alpine team won the giant slalom on Saturday, led by a victory from Erik Arvidsson, who also won Friday's slalom event. Caroline Bartlett paced the Panther women with a win in the GS.
The Panther ski teams turned in excellent performances on day one of the 96th annual Middlebury College Carnival. Dartmouth leads with 458 points, followed by Middlebury (448), Vermont (397) and Williams (293). Sam Wood (nordic) and Erik Arvidsson (alpine) both earned wins on Friday afternoon for the Panthers. Action concludes tomorrow with nordic events beginning at 10:00 a.m. and the giant slalom getting underway at 9:30 a.m.
Middlebury College will host its 96th annual winter carnival on Friday-Saturday, February 15-16. Nordic events will be contested at the Rikert Nordic Center, while the alpine events will be held at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl.
The Middlebury ski team currently sits in third place at the Dartmouth Carnival. Friday's GS races were postponed due to weather and will be made up on Sunday, February 17. Vermont leads the carnival with 914 points, one point ahead of Darmouth, with the Panthers holding down the third spot (703). Middlebury returns to action next Friday and Saturday when it hosts its own carnival
The Middlebury ski team turned in a solid effort on day two as the Panthers placed third overall at the University of Vermont Carnival. The hosts won the event with 934 points, followed by Dartmouth (914) and the Panthers (740). Nordic races were held at the Trapp Family Lodge, while the alpine events took place at the Stowe Mountain Resort. Middlebury returns to action next weekend at the Dartmouth Carnival.
The Middlebury ski team sits in third place after one day of racing at the University of Vermont Carnival. The hosts lead with 517 points, followed by Dartmouth (467) and the Panthers (346). Action resumes on Saturday with nordic races as well as the slalom event.
The Middlebury ski team finished third overall at the UNH Carnival, which concluded on Saturday afternoon. Dartmouth won the event with 986 points, followed by Vermont (849) and the Panthers (738). Alpine races were held at Cannon Mountain, while nordic races were contested at the Jackson Ski Touring Center. The teams return to action in two weeks at the University of Vermont Carnival.
The second NCAA event of the season is underway as the Panther ski teams are competing at the University of New Hampshire Carnival. Dartmouth leads after one day with 492 points, followed by Vermont (424) and Middlebury (398). Action continues on Saturday with nordic races as well as the slalom.
The Middlebury alpine team concluded its portion of the St. Lawrence Carnival on Saturday at Whiteface, while the nordic squad got underway at Mt. Van Hoevenberg. Middlebury is currently in third place with 567 points, with Dartmouth (684) leading and UVM (628) second. Action concludes on Sunday with nordic races in Lake Placid, New York.
The Middlebury alpine ski team kicked of the carnival portion of its 2019 season at St. Lawrence. Due to high winds and cold temperatures, the GS was moved to Saturday with the slalom races taking place on Friday. Races are taking place on Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, New York.
The Middlebury alpine ski team returns all of its racers on the women's side from a year ago, while the men must fill three spots lost to graduation. Last year's team results saw the Panthers come on strong with third-place finishes in the final three carnivals of the season prior to NCAA competition. Middlebury qualified five of six potential racers to the NCAA Championships in Colorado, where the team finished eighth overall.
Angie Duke ’19 is in his fourth year on the Middlebury alpine skiing team. An economics major who is minoring in Spanish from Stowe, Vermont, Duke stayed close to home to attend college after competing around the world for another country.