Bartlett enters his 14th season as the head coach of the Middlebury College alpine ski team in 2019-20. During his tenure, Bartlett has worked hard to continue the success of the Middlebury Skiing program.
In 2008, Bartlett was awarded the EISA Coach of the Year award and led the team to a fifth-place finish at the 2008 NCAA Championships. The alpine men finished second in the nation in slalom and third in the nation in GS at the event. In 2012, he led the men's slalom team to a national title at the NCAAs. The team repeated the feat the following season when Middlebury hosted the NCAA Championships. At the NCAA Championship in 2015, Bartlett coached the alpine national champion in Rob Cone '17, while leading the Panthers to the men's team alpine national title.
Bartlett came to Middlebury after working with the United States Ski Team in Park City, Utah. He most recently worked as a World Cup assistant coach for the alpine women's team during the winter of 2005-06. Bartlett has also served as the head Europa coach, a Development Team coach and as a strength and conditioning coach with the program. Bartlett was a staff member at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympics, where he worked as a coach for gold medalist Julia Mancuso.
In 2002, Bartlett was awarded the VARA (Vermont Alpine Ski Racing Association) "Coach of the Year" award while working as the head coach of the Killington Mountain School. Bartlett is a 1996 graduate of St. Lawrence University where he was captain and member of the alpine team. He earned his degree in environmental biology with a minor in sports science.