The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has announced its 2014-15 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 3.35. A transfer student must have completed one year of study at the institution. The following are Middlebury’s 103 representatives, the second-highest total in the league.
The final day of nordic racing took place on day three of the 2015 NCAA Championships hosted by St. Lawrence University. Action took place at Mt. Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, New York. Colorado went on to win the title with 505 points, followed by Denver (478), Utah (471) and Middlebury in eighth place (230).
Day one of racing at the 2015 NCAA Skiing Championship is in the books with nordic events taking the stage on the opening day. The races took place at Mt. Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, New York and were hosted by St. Lawrence University. Colorado leads the championships with 155 points, followed by Utah (131), Vermont (106) and Middlebury in 12th (15).
Middlebury will travel to New York for the 2015 NCAA Skiing Championships from March 11-14 at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid. The championships will be hosted by St. Lawrence and the Olympic Regional Development Authority.
A total of 276 student-athletes from 29 institutions of higher education were Friday named to the 2015 National Collegiate All-Academic Ski Team, announced and awarded by the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association. One of the most difficult academic teams of its kind nationally, student-athletes must maintain a cumulative 3.50 grade point average in the classroom and have competed in one of three NCAA Regional competitions.
The NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Committee announced the 74 men and 74 women selected to participate in the 2015 National Collegiate Men's and Women's Skiing Championships, to be held March 11-14 at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, New York. The championships will be hosted by St. Lawrence and the Olympic Regional Development Authority.
Middlebury finished the carnival season with a fourth-place showing at the EISA Championships hosted by St. Lawrence at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. Vermont won the event with 1,001 points, followed by Dartmouth (782), UNH (770) and the Panthers (686). Alpine events were contested at Whiteface Mountain, while the nordic events took place at Mt. Van Hoevenberg.
After two weeks off from the carnival circuit, the Middlebury ski teams returned to action at the EISA Championships hosted by St. Lawrence at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. Alpine events are being contested at Whiteface Mountain, with the nordic events at Mt. Van Hoevenberg. Vermont leads after day one with 487 points, followed by Dartmouth (403), UNH (403) and Middlebury (343).
Middlebury turned in a strong alpine performance on day two of the 92nd annual Middlebury College winter carnival, winning the women's giant slalom, while placing second in the men's event. Vermont won the event with 931 points, followed by Dartmouth (788) and Middlebury (783). Nordic races were held at the Rikert Nordic Center, while alpine events took place at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl.
Despite bone-chilling temperatures, day one of action is complete at the 92nd annual Middlebury College winter carnival. Vermont leads after day one with 458 points, followed by UNH (407), Dartmouth (389) and the Panthers (381). Nordic races are being held at the Rikert Nordic Center, while alpine events are taking place at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl.
Middlebury College will host its 92nd annual winter carnival on Friday, February 13 and Saturday, February 14. The nordic races will be contested at the Rikert Nordic Center, while the alpine events will be held at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl.
Middlebury completed the Dartmouth Carnival with a fourth-place overall finish amassing 695 points. UVM won the event with 926, followed by the host school (841) and UNH (791). Alpine events took place at the Dartmouth Skiway, while nordic events were contested at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center.
Middlebury finished fourth overall at the 2015 St. Michael's Carnival. Vermont won the event with 883 points, followed by Dartmouth (716), UNH (666) and the Panthers (653). The day's action was highlighted by a Middlebury victory in the mixed 4x3K freestyle relay. Alpine events took place at Smugglers' Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, while nordic races were contested at Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski and Bike Center in Huntington.
Day one of action is complete in the third carnival of the season as St. Michael's is hosting for the first time since 2010. The Panthers are in fourth place (359) after the first day, while Vermont leads with a total of 466 points. Dartmouth (380), UNH (376) and Colby (309) round out the top five. Alpine events are taking place at Smugglers' Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, while nordic races are being contested at Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski and Bike Center in Huntington.
The Middlebury ski team placed fourth overall in the second carnival of the season at the University of Vermont. The Panthers finished with 661 points, while UVM (940), Dartmouth (885) and UNH (782) led the field. Alpine races were held at Stowe Mountain Resort's Spruce Peak and Main Street course, while the Nordic events took place at Trapp Family Lodge. Middlebury returns to action next weekend at the St. Michael's Carnival
The Middlebury ski team returned to action on Friday at the University of Vermont Carnival. The Panthers are in fourth place (350) after day one, while the host school leads with 457 points. Dartmouth (440) and UNH (426) round out the top five.
Middlebury turned in a solid third-place finish at the opening carnival of the season hosted by Bates came to an end. Vermont won the event with 914 points, followed by Dartmouth (854), Middlebury (720) and UNH (706). Alpine events were contested at Sunday River while the nordic racers competed at Black Mountain. The women's nordic team took home the 5K freestyle title on day two, as the men's slalom team finished second to highlight the day. Middlebury returns to action next weekend at the Vermont Carnival.
The Middlebury ski teams opened up the 2015 carnival circuit by taking part in the Bates Carnival in Maine. The Panthers sit in fourth place after one day of competition with 357 points, as Vermont (447 points) and Dartmouth (426 points) pace the teams. Nordic action is taking place at Black Mountain, while the alpine events are being contested at Sunday River.
Featuring a roster of seasoned returnees in addition to some talented youth, the Middlebury nordic skiing team has set its sights on lofty goals this season. Last winter, the team combined with the alpine skiers to finish 12th at the NCAA Championship in March. The nordic team lost multiple skiers in both genders to graduation, but the depth developed in previous years will keep that upward momentum rolling.