Ingersoll named Panther track assistant

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College has hired of Bruce Ingersoll as the men’s and women’s track & field assistant coach. Ingersoll served as an assistant coach this fall with the Panther cross country teams. He joins the programs with 27 years of coaching experience in high school and junior programs in Vermont and Colorado.
Ingersoll is a 1985 graduate of NESCAC foe Bates, where he was on the cross country and track & field teams as well as a Nordic skier. He also is a graduate of Middlebury’s Breadloaf School of English.
As head track and field head coach at the Fountain Valley School of Colorado, Ingersoll specialized in hurdling, sprints and jumps, while his teams won league and regional championships and were continuously among the top teams in the state. Over the last 14 years, he has lived in Vermont, focusing on coaching high school soccer and Nordic skiing. As a Nordic coach, he was an assistant coach for seven Division I and 2 state championships, five at Middlebury Union High School and two at Mount Mansfield Union High School.
Ingersoll has also served as the director of Keewaydin Camp on Lake Temagami in Ontario. During the summers, he runs the wilderness canoe trip program on remote Lake Temagami. The other 10 months of the year, he works out of the Keewaydin Foundation offices in Salisbury.

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