Stever Bartlett has been named the new alpine ski coach at Middlebury College. He succeeds three-year head coach Forest Carey, who left the college to take a job with the United States Ski Team.
"We are thrilled to have the opportunity to hire a coach of Stever's quality," said Erin Quinn, who will assume his new position as Middlebury College director of athletics on July 1. "He will bring a wealth of coaching experience to our program and I know he is excited to bring his expertise to Middlebury College and collegiate skiing."
Andrew Gardner has been named the head coach of the men's and women's nordic ski teams at Middlebury College. He replaces 31-year veteran Terry Aldrich, who stepped down as head coach after this past season. Aldrich will maintain his duties as head coach of the cross country running teams, while also assuming administrative duties in the fall of 2006.
The Middlebury College ski teams finished seventh out of 24 teams scoring at the 2006 NCAA Championships hosted by the University of Colorado. The championship concluded the 31st and final season for nordic head coach Terry Aldrich. Top eight finishers earned All-American status.
The Middlebury College ski teams hosted the Middlebury Carnival over the weekend, as the Panthers placed second overall to Vermont. The alpine events were held at the Snow Bowl, while the nordic events were moved to the Craftsbury Nordic Center due to a lack of snow.
Kelly Brush, a sophomore at Middlebury College and a member of the varsity alpine ski team, was seriously injured on Saturday, Feb. 18, in a fall during the women's giant slalom at the Williams College Winter Carnival. The race was held at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock, Mass.
Middlebury College will be the host site for the EISA Skiing Championships on February 24th and 25th. The alpine races will be held at the Snow Bowl, while the nordic races have been moved to the Craftsbury Nordic Center.
The Panther nordic and alpine ski teams raced to a third place finish over the weekend at the Williams Carnival. Vermont won the event, with Dartmouth edging Middlebury by one point to claim second place.
The Middlebury College nordic and alpine ski teams turned in great performances once again as they finished second overall at the Dartmouth Carnival. Vermont won the event, followed by Middlebury, Dartmouth and UNH.
The Middlebury College ski teams turned in another solid performance last weekend as they placed second overall at the University of Vermont Carnival. The Catamounts won the event, followed by Middlebury, Dartmouth and UNH.
The Panther ski teams raced to a second place finish at the second carnival of the season. Vermont won, with Dartmouth in third and UNH in fourth.
The Middlebury College nordic and alpine ski teams began their seasons at the Colby Carnival over the weekend. Vermont won the season-opener with 639 points, followed by Middlebury with 624, Dartmouth with 614 and UNH with 533.
9/29/05 - After 30 years as head coach of the nordic ski team at <?xml:namespace prefix = "st1" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Middlebury College, Terry Aldrich has announced that the 31st will be his final season at the helm of the program. Aldrich will maintain his responsibilities in physical education and continue to serve as head coach of the men's and women's cross country teams. In addition, he will assume administrative duties as an assistant director of athletics effective July 1, 2006.