Middlebury College has been named the host school for the 2021 NCAA Skiing Championships, which will take place from March 10-13. This will mark the fifth time (1961, 1988, 2001, 2013) the school has been the site for the championship. The Snow Bowl will host the alpine races, while the Rikert Nordic Center will serve as the location for the nordic events.
The 2017 NCAA Skiing Championships has come to an end after Saturday’s nordic races at the Jackson Ski Touring Center. Utah took home the national title with 541.5 points, followed by Colorado (525), Denver (524) and Dartmouth (400). The Panthers earned 94 points overall to finish in 14th place. The four-day event was hosted by the University of New Hampshire.
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has announced its 2016-17 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 3.40. A transfer student must have completed one year of study at the institution. The following are Middlebury's 128 representatives, the highest among the 11 conference institutions.
Nordic action began on day two of the NCAA Skiing Championships hosted by the University of New Hampshire. Races took place at the Jackson Ski Touring Center in Jackson, N.H. After two days of competition, Utah leads the field with 301.5 points, followed by Denver (265) and Colorado (240). Dartmouth is tops among east schools in fifth (170), while the Panthers sit in 13th place (43). Alpine action resumes on Friday with the slalom races beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Nine members of the Middlebury Ski Team have earned academic honors from the U.S. Collegiate Ski Coaches Association (USCSCA). To be a member of the all-academic team, you must carry a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Alpine honorees include: Jackie Atkins, Caroline Bartlett, Bridget Currier, Rob Cone, Christopher McKenna and Jack Schibli. On the nordic side, Katie Feldman, Kaitlin Fink and Orli Schwartz were named to the squad.
Middlebury won’t have far to travel for the 2017 NCAA Skiing Championships hosted by the University of New Hampshire from March 8-11. Alpine events will take place at Cannon Mountain in Franconia, while the nordic races will be held at the Jackson Ski Touring Center in Jackson.
The Middlebury ski teams placed third overall for the third-straight weekend, accomplishing the feat at the EISA Championships hosted by Bates at Sunday River and Black Mountain. Dartmouth won the title with 896 points, followed by UVM (820), the Panthers (659) and UNH (634). Individual qualifiers will return to action from March 8-11 at the NCAA Championships hosted by the University of New Hampshire.
One day of racing is complete at the 2017 Bates Carnival, which also serves as the EISA Championships and an NCAA Regional. Alpine races are taking place at Sunday River, while the nordic races are being contested at Black Mountain. Dartmouth leads the event with 464 points, followed by UVM (417), Middlebury (358) and UNH (308). Action resumes on Saturday with the slalom races as well as the women's 15K and men's 20K freestyle events.
The Middlebury ski team placed third overall for the second-straight week, earning 750 points at their own carnival. Dartmouth won the event with 1,027 points, followed by UVM (816), while UNH (648) was fourth. Caroline Bartlett picked up her third giant slalom win of the season to highlight Saturday’s winter carnival races. Alpine events were held at the Snow Bowl, while the nordic events were contested at the Rikert Nordic Center. The Panthers return to action next weekend at the EISA Championships hosted by Bates.
The Middlebury ski teams are hosting the 94th annual winter carnival at the Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center. After one day of competition, Dartmouth leads with 498 points, followed by Vermont (425), the Panthers (365) and Williams (329). Rob Cone highlighted Friday's action, taking home first-place honors in the slalom to lead the team to the victory. Action continues on Saturday with the GS races as well as men's and women's relay events on the nordic side.
Middlebury College will host its 94th annual winter carnival on Friday-Saturday, February 17-18. 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 turned in its best performance of the winter, finishing third overall at the Dartmouth Carnival. UVM won the event with 900 points, followed by Dartmouth (864), Middlebury (675) and UNH (656). The Panthers return to action next weekend when they host the Middlebury Carnival on Friday and Saturday.
The Middlebury ski team is in third place after one day of racing at the Dartmouth Carnival. Rob Cone highlight action on the first day, capturing the giant slalom race for the men’s alpine team, which placed second overall. Dartmouth leads with 456 points, followed by UVM (416), Middlebury (341) and UNH (301). Action resumes on Saturday with nordic events as well as the slalom races.
The University of Vermont Carnival is complete with Dartmouth taking home the title with 923 points. UNH placed second (728), followed by UVM (696), while Middlebury finished sixth (598). Alpine events took place at Stowe, while the nordic races transpired at the Trapp Family Lodge. The Panthers return to action next weekend when they compete in the Dartmouth Carnival.
Middlebury is tied for third place after one day of action at the University of Vermont Carnival. Dartmouth leads with 460 points, followed by UVM (352), UNH (331) and the Panthers (321). Caroline Bartlett led the women’s alpine team on day one with a victory in the giant slalom. Action resumes on Saturday with the men’s and women’s 10K classic races and the slalom events.
The Middlebury ski teams finished fourth overall with 546 points at the University of New Hampshire Carnival. Dartmouth won the event with 903 points, followed by UVM (845) and UNH (659). The men’s alpine team highlighted day two with a second-place finish in the slalom. Carnival action continues next weekend as the teams take part in the University of Vermont Carnival.
The Panther ski teams returned to the carnival circuit on Friday, with day one of competition at the University of New Hampshire Carnival. Dartmouth holds the lead after day one with 455 points, while Middlebury holds down the sixth spot (252). Action continues on Saturday with the slalom and the women’s 15K and men’s 20K freestyle events. The nordic races were contested at the Jackson Touring Center, while alpine races took place at Cannon Mountain.
The Middlebury ski teams concluded their opening carnival of the season with a fifth-place finish at the St. Lawrence Carnival. Dartmouth won the event with 961 points, followed by UVM (830), UNH (647) Colby (595) and the Panthers (591). Alpine events were held at Whiteface, while the nordic races were contested at Mt. Vanhoevenberg. The Panthers return to action next weekend at the UNH Carnival.
The Middlebury ski teams opened their 2017 carnival season by taking part in the St. Lawrence Carnival. Alpine events were held at Whiteface, while the nordic races took place at Mt. Vanhoevenberg. The Panther men’s alpine team dominated the giant slalom on day one, placing three in the top five and five among the top nine finishers.
Two former Middlebury nordic skiers have been named to the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s cross country team that will compete at the 2017 Nordic World Ski Championships next month in Lahti, Finland. Simi Hamilton ’09 and Ben Lustgarten ’14 claimed two of the eight spots available on the squad.
The Middlebury nordic ski teams return to the course this winter looking to improve a squad that sent three racers to the NCAAs last spring. The men return their deepest, most talented and experienced group in years, while the women’s squad lost two key veterans and will return three skiers with carnival experience.
Middlebury College has announced the hiring of Kate Barton ’09 as the assistant nordic skiing coach. She comes to Middlebury from the Burke Mountain Academy, where she has served as the head nordic coach since 2012.