Middlebury College ski team claims third place at Dartmouth

HANOVER, N.H. — The Middlebury College ski team placed third at the Dartmouth Carnival this past weekend. The Big Green won with 1,019 points, followed by Vermont (920) and the Panthers (699). Alpine events took place at the Dartmouth Skiway, while Nordic races were held at Oak Hill.
On Saturday the Panther women’s alpine team finished third in the slalom. Caroline Bartlett took fifth in 1:48.88, Lucia Bailey was ninth in 1:50.22, and Katie Utter was 16th in 1:52.23.
On the men’s side, Justin Alkier finished 21st in 1:47.25, Riley Plant was 23rd (1:47.40), and Max Stamler was 35th.
Both the women and men’s Nordic squads placed third in their respective 5-kilometer and 10K freestyle races. Katie Feldman led the women by taking sixth overall in 14:57, Cate Brams was seventh in 15:05, and Alexandra Lawson was 17th in 15:18.
Sam Wood led the men by taking seventh in 26:32 on the 10K course. Adam Luban was 12th in 26:46, and Lewis Nottonson was 27th in 27:27.
On Friday the Panther men took second in the giant slalom, with Plant taking third in 2:02.17 and Erik Arvidsson finishing ninth in 2:06.06. Pate Campbell finished 24th in 2:06.56. 
Bartlett led the women’s third-place finish in the GS with a two-run time of 2:06.74 to place fifth. Lexi Calcagni finished ninth in 2:07.43, and Kathleen Utter came in 17th in 2:09.79.
On the Nordic side, in the women’s 10K Annika Landis placed ninth in 37:37, Lawson took 10th in 38:04, and Avery Ellis was 13th in 38:13.
Pacing the men’s squad in 16th was Jacob Volz in 31:54. Wood was 17th place in 31:54.9 and Luban finished 22nd in 32:05.

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