UNH ski media guide 2009-10
This is the 2009-10 publication of the University of New Hampshire ski team's media guide.
University of new HampsHire 2009 � ski team � 2010 The University of New Hampshire, located in Durham in the southeast corner of the state, offers students a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities within a two-hour drive of campus. The University itself is located just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. Historic Portsmouth Harbor, less than 10 miles from UNH, offers many shopping and fine dining opportunities, while Hampton Beach, to the south, is a popular vacation spot where thousands of Granite State residents flock to each summer. Just an hour south of campus is Boston, the cultural "hub" of New England. There, visitors can enjoy a baseball game at historic Fenway Park, visit Quincy Market or walk the Freedom Trail which features many of the sites where early American history was made. Less than a two hour drive to the north of campus is the White Mountain region of New Hampshire, which offers numerous skiing and hiking opportunities. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeast. Also to the north is the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. The crown jewel of the region is Lake Winnipesaukee, which is one of the largest lakes in the Northeast. Countless recreational opportunities exist on the many lakes in the area. Maine is just minutes away as well. The Kittery area is home to many factory outlet stores, and the world-famous L.L. Bean Company is in nearby Freeport. The city of Portland, just an hour's drive north of campus, features another historic waterfront district with fine seafood restaurants and one of the busiest ports in the east. Chances are, if you are looking for something to do, no matter what it is, the opportunity you are looking for is close to the University of New Hampshire. We are NeW HampsHire AbouttheUniversity...................................... Insidefront MeettheWildcats......................................................4-11 CoachingStaff............................................................. 2-3 Records................................................................... 12-13 TAbLEofCoNTENTS Founded..................................................................... 1866 Location..................................................... Durham, N.H. Enrollment............................................................. 14,200 . Administration..............................................................14 SupportStaff.................................................................15 ProgramHighlights.......................................................16 Nickname............................................................ Wildcats Affiliation..................................................... NCAADiv.I President......................................... Dr.MarkHuddleston . QUICkfACTS Colors..........................................................Blue&White Conference................................................................EISA AthleticDirector........................................MartyScarano SkiingCoordinator..................... CorySchwartz(25thyr) AlpineHeadCoach.......................... BrianBlank(3rdyr) AlpineAsst.Coach.......................... A.K.Walker(2ndyr) NordicHeadCoach.................... CorySchwartz(28thyr) NordicAsst.Coach.............. StephenMunsulick(2ndyr) MediaRelations..............................................DougPoole Phone...........................................................603-862-2585 Fax...............................................................603-862-3839 E-mail............................................ Doug.Poole@unh.edu . SchwartzPhone..........................................603-512-2317 . BlankPhone.....................................................603-862-3893 CoNTACTINfo E-Mail...................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail............................................. email@example.com . UNHskiwebsite............................. www.unhskiing.com Athleticswebsite......................................www.unhwildcats.com CrEDITS: The 2009-10 University of New Hampshire skiing media guide is a publication of the UNH Athletic Media Relations office. Writing, editing and layout done on InDesign and Photoshop CS2 by Doug Poole; additional layout by Maureen Gavin.Action photos by GilTalbot.CampusphotosbyUNHPhotoServices. UNHATHLETICSMISSIoNSTATEMENT ThemissionoftheintercollegiateathleticsprogramattheUniversityofNewHampshireistoprovidestudent-athletesacollegiateexperiencethatisenrichedbytheirparticipationinprogramswhicharecompetitiveattheNCAADivisionIlevelboth regionallyandnationally. TheintercollegiateathleticsprogramalsoplaysanimportantrolebyenhancingthequalityoflifefortheUniversityandstatewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academicscholarshipandintegrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must: �Providestudent-athleteseveryopportunitytomeetacademicandathleticdemandswiththegoalofgraduatingevery student-athlete. � Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. � Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitableopportunitiesforallwomenstudent-athletescommensuratewiththatoftheirmalecounterparts. � Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. � Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in whichtheUniversitycompetes. UNHDIvErSITySTATEMENT The University of New Hampshire seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. The University of New Hampshire is committed to creating a more diverse community, knowing that "inclusion, diversity and equity are values inextricably linked to our mission of educationalexcellence."Thisdiversitystrengthensourabilitytoreachourindividualandcollectivepotentialandtoprovidebetter services and care for all faculty, staff, and students. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing CoACHINGSTAff Cory SChwartz Ski Coordinator / 25 season nordiC head CoaCh / 28 season th th CorySchwartzentershis25thyearasskicoordinatorfortheUniversityofNew Hampshire ski team and is in his 28th year on the staff. During his tenure, Schwartz has led the Wildcats to 20 top-10 NCAA finishes, including back-to-back seventh place finishes (`84 & `85) within his first three years at the University. From 1989-1996 his teams claimed eight consecutive top-10 NCAA finishes, the most in school history. In 25 years at UNH, Schwartz has mentored 26 student-athletes to a total of 35 AllAmericateamselections.Includedinthatnumberare16Nordicskierscompiling11 All-Americateamhonors. Schwartz was named Coach of the Year by the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association in 1985, 1986, 2002 and2003.HewasawardedtheAlMerrillAwardbythestateofNewHampshire. During his collegiate career at UNH, Schwartz competed in the NCAA Championships three times before graduating in 1982. He is Level II certified and has served as a member of both the Eastern USSA Sr. Committee andChairmanoftheNCAACommittee. Stephen MonSuliCk nordiC aSSiStant CoaCh /2 nd season Stephen Monsulick, a 2007 graduate of Bates College, joined the University of New HampshireskistaffasaNordicassistantcoachinthe2008-09season.HewasfouryearmemberoftheBatesvarsityskiteamandcaptainforthe2007season.Monsulick spentthe2008seasonastheassistantNordicskicoachatBatesCollegebeforecoming to UNH. He was a two-time NCAA qualifier as a cross-country runner. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing Brian Blank alpine head CoaCh CoACHINGSTAff /3 rd season Brian Blank, a 1995 graduate of UNH who has over 10 years of experience as an alpine ski racing coach as well as 15 years experience as an alpine ski racer, lettered on theUNHskiteamfrom1991-95andservedasteamcaptainin1994-95. BlankreturnsforhisthirdyearasUNHalpineheadcoachinthe2009-10season. In his second year as the alpine head coach, Blank was named EISA Alpine Coach of the Year. During that 2008-09 season, the alpine team earned eight All-America honors.Thealpineteamwasthetopscoringteamintheeastandthesecondhighestscoring team at NCAA Championships. Through the regular season, the men's alpine team won 11 of 12 events. In the 2007-08 season � Blank's first year � there were three alpine Wildcats who earned All-America status. From 2001-2006, Blank coached at Stratton Mountain School. While at SMS, Blank served as the men's FIS coach. Prior to that position, coach Blank worked at Rowmark Ski Academy (1998-2000) in Salt Lake City, UtahandwiththeBrightonSkiTeam(1995-98). a.k. walker alpine aSSiStant CoaCh /2 nd season A.K. Walker joined the University of New Hampshire ski staff as an alpine assistant coachinthe2008-09season. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing TopALpINEprofILES�woMEN Sr. � CheMiCal engineering Verdun, queBeC Veronique arChaMBault-leger 2009: All-America Team (SL, GS); NCAA All-Academic Ski Team; All-East Second Team; 7th (SL) and 10th (GS) at the NCAAs; six top-5 finishes during the carnival season, including 3rd (SL) at UNH, 3rd (GS) at UVM and 4th (SL) and 5th (GS) at Bates; was the top `Cat in 6 of 14 races. 2008: NCAAAll-AcademicSkiTeam;All-EastTeam;13thintheSLattheNCAAs;2ndinboththeSL and the GS at the EISAs; Bogner Women's Alpine Point Champion; dominated the SL during the carnival season with one first-place finish, two runner-up finishes, a third-place finish and a fourth-place effort. 2007: All-America Team (SL, GS); NCAA All-Academic Ski Team; EISA Alpine Rookie of the Year; EISA Women's Alpine Points Champion; All-East Team; 14 top-10 finishes, including seven 1st-place efforts; 1st in the SL at the EISAs; 3rd in both SL and GS at the NCAAs. aliza aylward Sr. � BuSineSS Marketing warren, VerMont 2009: Seven top-20 efforts, including 11th (GS) and 18th (SL) at the EISAs; 9th (GS) and 12th (SL) at the UNH Carnival; 13th (GS) and 17th (SL) at the Bates Carnival; also pointed for the `Cats in both the SL (11th place) and GS (21st) at the UVM Carnival; 2007: Placed19thand23rdintheGS at the UVM Carnival. aileen Farrell Sr. � CoMMuniCation ottawa, ontario 2009: All-America Team (SL, GS); All-East Second Team; placed in the top-10 in 13 of 14 races, including 5th (SL) and 8th (GS) at the NCAAs; was the top `Cat in eight races; 2nd (GS) and 8th (SL) at UNH; 4th (GS) and 7th (SL) at UVM; 6th (GS) and 9th (SL) at the EISAs. 2008: All-America Team (SL); 6th (SL) at the NCAAs; 16th (GS) at the EISAs; top-10 slalom finishes at the UVM Carnival(4th)andtheSt.LawrenceCarnival(7th);12th(SL)attheDartmouthCarnival;8th(GS)attheBatesCarnival; 12th in the GS at both Williams and UVM. 2007:All-AmericaTeam(GS);7th(GS)and14th(SL)attheNCAAs;six top-10 finishes during the carnival season, including 4th and 6th in the two GS competitions at UVM. Cynthia teSSier Sr. � BuSineSS adMiniStration: aCCounting and Venture Creation rawdon, queBeC 2009: 16th (GS) and 24th (SL) at the NCAAs; nine top-20 efforts in the carnival season, including 3rd (GS) and 11th (SL) at UNH; 10th (SL) at UVM; 12th (GS) and 14th (SL) at the EISAs. 2008: NCAAAll-AcademicSkiTeam;15thinboththeSLandGSattheEISAs;9th(SL)attheWilliams Carnival;11th(SL)attheBatesCarnival;13th(GS)attheSt.LawrenceCarnival;15th(SL)atthe UVM Carnival. 2007:NCAAAll-AcademicSkiTeam;All-EastSecondTeam;21st(SL)attheNCAAs;14th(SL)and 15th (GS) at the EISAs; six top-10 finishes during the carnival season; 4th in the GS at both the UVM and St. Michaels carnivals;4th(SL)atUNH. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing paul atkinSon So. � BuSineSS: eConoMiCS toronto, ontario TopALpINEprofILES�MEN 2009: NCAA Skiing Championships qualifier (ranked 14th in the East); 8th (SL) and 25th (GS) at the EISAs; including the EISAs, recorded five top-10 finishes in six slalom races during the carnival season; pointed for the `Cats in four of those races; 6th at Middlebury; 7th at Dartmouth; 8th at Bates; 10th at UVM; in the GS, season-best 22nd place at Dartmouth. Mike CreMeno Sr. � eConoMiCS peMBroke, new haMpShire 2009: All-AmericaTeam(GS);NCAAAll-AcademicSkiTeam;All-EastSecondTeam;6th(GS) and 26th (SL) at the NCAAs; seven top-20 finishes in the carnival season, including four top-10 efforts in the GS; 3rd (SL) at the EISAs; 2nd (GS) at UVM; 3rd (GS) at UNH; 6th (GS) at Middlebury;7th(GS)atDartmouth.2008: All-EastSecond-Team;16th(SL)attheEISAs;26th(SL)atthe NCAAs;2nd(GS)atDartmouth;7th(GS)atWilliams;ledUNHintheSLattheSt.LawrenceCarnival(9thplace). 2007: Redshirtseason.2006: NCAA Skiing Championships qualifier; 3rd (GS) at Dartmouth; 4th (GS) at Williams. willie Ford Sr. � CoMMuniCation plyMouth, new haMpShire 2009: All-America Team (SL, GS); NCAA All-Academic Ski Team; All-East First Team; top-10 finish in 13 of 14 races, including 8th (GS) and 9th (SL) at the NCAAs; eight top-5 finishes, including first place in both the SL and GS at Dartmouth; 1st (GS) and 3rd (SL) at UNH; 2nd (GS) at Bates; 3rd (GS) and 4th (SL) at UVM; 6th (GS) and 8th (SL) at EISAs. 2008: NCAAAll-Academic SkiTeam;All-EastSecondTeam; 11th (SL) at the NCAAs; 7th (GS) and 10th (SL) at the EISAs; eight top-15 finishes during the carnival season; 4th (SL) at Williams; 5th (SL) at Bates; three 5th-place finishes in the GS � at Williams, UVM andSt.Lawrence. 2007: Selected as men's alpine team MVP; 18th (SL) at the NCAAs; five top-10 finishes during the carnival season; 3rd (SL) at St. Michael's; was the top `Cat in both the SL (8th) and GS (12th) at the EISAs; 6th (SL) at Williams; 7th (GS) at UNH; 8th (GS) at UVM. ethan weiBreCht Jr. � rMp prograM adMiniStration lake plaCid, new york 2009: NCAA All-Academic Ski Team; NCAA Skiing Championships qualifier (ranked 17th in the East); seven top-20 efforts, including five in the SL; 5th (SL) at Bates; 12th (SL) at UVM; 13th (SL) at Middlebury; in the GS, season-best of 16th at UVM; 17th (GS) at UNH. 2008: Recorded UNH's best effort at the UVM Carnival in the slalom (11th place); 15th (SL) at Williams; 14th (SL) and 22nd(GS)atSt.Lawrence. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing ALpINEprofILES hilary androSS Jr. � engliSh teaChing FranConia, new haMpShire BEFORE UNH: Graduated from Burke Mountain Academy; her father, a 1976 UNH graduate, skied for the Wildcats. zaCh Clayton So. � undeClared, liBeral artS ManaSSa, Virginia 2009: Competed in four carnivals; in the SL, season best of 19th at Bates; in the GS, season bestof20thatUNH.BEFORE UNH: A Killington Mountain School graduate; did a post graduateyearwithRomarkSkiAcademy. dana daukSS Jr. � BioCheMiStry BelMont, MiChigan 2009: Competed in two carnivals; 23rd (SL) at UNH; 29th (GS) at Middlebury. BEFORE UNH: Skied for Win Alpine. neil hanSen Jr. � CiVil engineering aMherSt, new haMpShire BEFORE UNH: Graduated from Waterville Valley Academy. kriSten MCneill Jr. � BioCheMiStry BlooMington, MinneSota BEFORE UNH: Raced for the Buck Hill Ski team... was third in the J1, J2 Junior Olympics... fifth in the slalom at the central fis championships...competedinthe2007USNational Viktor hlaS Sr. � CiVil engineering winnipeg, ManitoBa Championships. alex norden Sr. � engliSh literature eaton, new haMpShire 2009: NCAAAll-AcademicSkiTeam;competed at five of six carnivals; 11th (SL) at the EISAs;15thinboththeSLandGSatUNH;15th (SL)atBates.2008: 11th(SL)and26(GS)at the EISAs; pointed in the GS at both UVM (17th place) and Bates (26th). 2007: 6th(SL)attheEISAs. JaMeS MaCMahon Sr. � pre-Vet unity, new haMpShire 2008:Hada21st-place slalom finish in the season-openeratBates.2007:Finished17thinthe slalomattheDartmouthCarnival. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing SaM norden Jr. � CoMM. SCienCe & diSorderS eaton, new haMpShire 2009: NCAA All-Academic Ski Team; competed at two carnivals; season-best effort of 26thplace(GS)attheEISAs.BEFORE UNH: Skied for the Mt. Washington Valley Ski Team. ALpINEprofILES Catherine BlanChard Fr. � kineSiology: exerCiSe SCienCe eaStMan, queBeC alpine BEFORE UNH: `06 graduate of La Ruche; also attended Helene-Baulle and Carillon; won the J-1 women's national championship in 2006; `04 Basketball Player of the Year; `06 Athlete of the Year ALpINEANDNorDICrECrUITS kelSey hoar Fr. � undeClared, hhS ShaFtSBury, VerMont nordiC BEFORE UNH: `09 graduate of Mt. Anthony Union H.S.;All-Stateteam2007-08-09;ledNordicteamto the state title in `07 and `08; 3rd place in both the classic and skate at 2009 states; in cross country, qualified for New Englands in `07 and `08. nominee. Marie-elaine lepine Fr. � undeClared, BuSineSS Mont-treMBlay, queBeC alpine BEFORE UNH: `06 graduate of College St. Annede-Lachine; also attended GMVS. 09). kVehl MCderMott Fr. � politiCal SCienCe putney, VerMont nordiC BEFORE UNH: `09 graduate of Brattleboro Union H.S.; qualified for the J2 Championships in 2005-07; invited to train at the U.S. Olympic Training Center; qualified for the Eastern H.S. Championships (2005- taylor Burton Fr. � CiVil engineering BreCkenridge, Colorado alpine BEFORE UNH: `08 graduate of Rowland Hall St. Mark's; in first year of J2 competition, recorded three 3rd place finishes; in second year at J2, two 2nd place finishes. Megan trow Fr. � undeClared, la walpole, new haMpShire nordiC BEFORE UNH: `09 graduate of Fall Mountain RegionalH.S.;D-IIIstatechampionintheclassic;2nd place(classic)atMeetofChampions;participatedat Eastern H.S. Championships in `08 and `09. liz guiney Fr. � undeClared, lSa park City, utah nordiC BEFORE UNH: `09 graduate of Park City H.S.; AllStateAcademicTeaminbothskiingandcrosscountry as a senior; Jr. Olympics (2006-09); ranked as an All-American every year; 3 silver medals at `07 J.O.; 2 silvers at `09 J.O.; J1 Scandanavian Cup Trip in `09. erik lindgren Fr. � phySiCS pitea, Sweden nordiC BEFORE UNH: At the `09 Jr. Swedish Championships, placed 5th in the 20K pursuit and 15th in the 10K classic; in `07, 2nd in the Jr. Swedish Championships 3x10K classic relay; also skied for the StromnasGIFclubteam. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing TopNorDICprofILES�woMEN danielle Baron So. � undeClared gilFord, new haMpShire 2009: Competedatfourcarvinals;28th(15Kfree)and32nd(5Kclassic)attheEISAs;that was her highest placing of the season in the free; in the classic, recorded her best finish of 18th place at UNH; pointed for the `Cats in the 10K classic (34th place) at UVM and the 5K classic(28th)atBates. anya Caldwell Bean So. � nutritional SCienCeS wolFeBoro, new haMpShire 2009: Competedinallsixcarnivals;seasonbest24thplaceinboththe15Kfreeand5K classic races at the EISAs; pointed for the `Cats in the classic at that event; also earned team pointswith31stplaceinthe10KclassicatMiddlebury;25thplaceinthe10KfreeatUNH. BEFORE UNH: Skied for Holderness and the Stratton Mountain School... also played field hockey and was selected to the All-New England team in 2006... her father skied at UNH... both of her parents, Howie Bean and Jennifer Caldwell, were on the US Ski Team. nataSha kullaS Jr. � kineSiology: exerCiSe SCienCe tiMMonS, ontario 2009: Competed at three carnivals; top `Cat with 3rd place in the classic sprints at UNH; 12th in the 5K free at UVM; 14th in the 10K free at UNH; 15th in the 5K classic at Dartmouth.2008: 35thplaceinthe5Kfreeand39thinthe15KclassicattheNCAAs;6thinthe 10KclassicattheEISAsand14thinthe5Kfree;8thinthe5KfreeatWilliams;earnedtwo top-10 finishes in classic races during the carnival season. BEFORE UNH: WasthetopCanadianskier;skied withthePorcupineSkiRunners. katie Miller Jr. � SoCiology, JuStiCe StudieS lenox, MaSSaChuSettS 2009: Competedinallsixcarnivals;earnedteampointswith21stplaceinthe15Kfreeat the EISAs; pointed in both the classic and free events at Middlebury, Dartmouth and Bates; also earned points with 12th place in the 10K free at UNH; that was her top finish of the season in the free; in the classic, top effort was 24th at Dartmouth. 2008: 12thinthe5Kfree at the EISAs; four top-20 finishes in the 5K free during the carnival season, including 15th at Bates; placed in the 10K classic at Bates, St. Lawrence and Dartmouth. BEFORE UNH:Atop-threeskierfromMassachusetts; competedintheEasternHighSchoolChampionships;herbrotherJoeyskiedfortheWildcats. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing eriCk anderSon Sr. � phySiCal eduCation, Biology: MoleCular, Cellular deVelopMent Maplewood, MinneSota TopNorDICprofILES�MEN 2009: Competed at four carnivals; season-high finish of 24th in the 20K free at Bates. 2008: In the 20K classic, finished 24th at Dartmouth 30th at St. Lawrence. 2007: Earnedpointsin fourracesduringthecarnivalseason;ledtheWildcatsinthe20KclassicatDartmouth;18th at the Vermont Winter Carnival in the 20K classic. SteVen Bedard Jr. � BuSineSS Marketing, CoMMunity & enVironMent planning CheShire, MaSSaChuSettS 2009: Competed in five of six carnivals; was the top `Cat four times and pointed in four otherraces;2ndplaceintheclassicsprintatUNH;9thinthe20KfreeatBates;18thinthe 15K free at Dartmouth; 21st in the 10K free at UNH and the 15K classic at UVM. 2008: Team-best in both the 10K classic (16th place) and free sprint (9th) at UVM; top `Cat in both the10Kclassic(15th)andthe10Kfree(16th)atBates.BEFORE UNH: Skied for Hoosac Valley High School andStrattonMountainSchool;athree-timeJuniorNationalskier;aMassachusettsStateChampion;theEastern HighSchoolChampionshipsoverallwinner. MiChael leSSard Sr. � prograM adMiniStration greene, Maine 2009: NCAA All-Academic Ski Team; competed in all six carnivals; pointed in five races and was the top `Cat in the 10K classic (22nd place) at Middlebury; three other top-25 efforts, including 21st in the 20K free at Bates; 24th in the 15K classic and 25th in the 10K free at UVM. 2008: 24th in the 10K free and 30th in the 15K classic at the EISAs; finished 19th inboththe10Kfreeandthe20KclassicatDartmouth;team-best17thplaceinthe10KfreeatSt.Lawrence; 16th in the 10K free at St. Lawrence; also pointed in the 10K free at Williams and the 10K classic at Vermont. BEFORE UNH: Maine Classic state champion in `06; led Leavitt Area H.S. to an Eastern H.S. title. dylan MCguFFin Sr. � ForeStry ConCord, new haMpShire 2009: Competed in all six carnivals; was the top `Cat six times and pointed in all 12 races; UNH's top finisher in both the 10K classic (13th) and 20K free (17th) at the EISAs; also the top `Cat in both the 20K free (4th) and 10K classic (18th) at Bates; 11th in the free at both Dartmouth and UVM. 2008: 10thinthe10Kfreeand16thinthe15KclassicattheEISAs; was the top `Cat in four races during the carnival season, including 7th in the 10K free at Dartmouth; part of the 3x3 relay team that finished third at Williams. BEFORE UNH:AtransferfromBatesCollege;aJuniorNational andEasternRegionalskier. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing NorDICprofILES Stephanie kraMer Jr. � Biology Bow, new haMpShire aBBy taylor Jr. � nutrition, Biology pittSFord, new york 2009: Competed at two carnivals. BEFORE UNH: Skied at the N.Y. State Championshipsin2006&2007andinthe JuniorNationalsin2007. 2009: CompetedattheUNHcarnival.BEFORE UNH: SkiedforBowHighSchool; represented N.H. at the Eastern High SchoolChampionships. Jenny luoMa Sr. � MeChaniCal engineering Maple groVe, MinneSota 2009: CompetedattheBatescarnival;BEFORE UNH: Was a Junior National skier... madetheJuniorNationalBiathlonTeamin 2007. katie walSh So. � Biology Stillwater, MinneSota 2009: Competedattwocarnivals;seasonbest 32nd in the classic sprint at UNH. BEFORE UNH: Skied for Stillwater Area High School; girls team won the `08 high schoolNordicstatetitle. Maureen MCauliFFe So. � undeClared, l.a. hopkinton, new haMpShire 2009: CompetedattheUNHcarnival.BEFORE UNH: Attended Hopkinton High School; two-time (2007 & 2008) high schoolstatechampion. andrew CleMenCe Jr. �earth SCienCe, MeChaniCal engineering � FalMouth, Maine 2009: Competed at two carnivals. BEFORE UNH: A New York Junior Olympic Skierin2006. danielle MCViCar So. � BuSineSS: eConoMiCS kanato, ontario 2009: Competed at three carnivals; season-high28thplaceintheclassicsprintsat UNH. dan guiney So. � undeClared, l.a. Salt lake City, utah 2009: Competed in five of six carnivals; earned points in the 10K classic (34th place)attheEISAsand10Kfree(26th)at UNH; in the classic, season high of 28th at UVM. BEFORE UNH: 5th and two 15th place efforts at `07 Jr. Olympics; 16th at `05 JO. 0 UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing harriSon harB Jr. � philoSophy, politiCal SCienCe ContooCook, new haMpShire 2009: Competed at three carnivals and pointed in three of six races; season-best 23rd place in the 10K free at UVM. 2008: 28th in the 10K classic at UVM. keVin roSe Sr. � CoMputer SCienCe honeoye FallS, new york NorDICprofILES 2009: Competed at two carnivals. BEFORE UNH: Was a Jr. National skier; a two-timeJr.NationalracerandN.Y.champion in `04. niCk ManCuSo So. � kineSiology: phyS ed pedagogy new paltz, new york 2009: Competedattwocarnivals. perry thoMaS So. � undeClared rindge, new haMpShire toM regan So. � Math StatiStiCS Freeport, Maine 2009: Competedatonecarnival. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing UNHHALLoffAMESkIErS Name(class) YearInducted Name(class) 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1985 1985 1991 1993 1994 1994 1996 YearInducted 1997 1997 1997 1997 1999 1999 2001 2002 2004 2006 2008 Edward Blood (`34) Ralph Townsend (`49) Ernest Pederson (`30) Paul Toolin (`28) Carl Paulson (`15) Jere Chase (`36) Silas Dunklee (`46) Gunner D. Michelson (`26) Jon B. Riisnaes (`56) Gail Bigglestone (`60) Kelly Milligan (`86) Patty Ross-Tran (`82) Virginia E. Parker (`46) Sheldon S. "Moe" Vamey (`50) Pamel "Muzzy" Smith Alexander (`81) Jill Sickels Matlock (`86) Gail Helfer (`75) Nancy Gustafson (`88) Maria Hasset (`94) Marty Hall (`71) Susanne Fortier (`71) Patrick Weaver (`93) Grover Daniels (`79) U.S.SkITEAMMEMbErS Name Year 1976 1984 1984 1986 1998, 02 Name Scott Doughty Leanne Smith Peter Daskoulious Bob Treadwell Julie Wolny Year 2002 2006, 07 1971 1976-79 1986-87 Howie Bean Kelly Milligan Patty Ross Mike Hussey Patrick Weaver oLyMpIANS Name Year 1932, 36 1976 1972, 76, 84, 88, 92 1984 Name Patty Ross Patrick Weaver Robel Teklemariam Year 1984 1998, 02 2006 Ed Blood Peter Daskoulious Marty Hall Kelly Milligan ALL-TIMECoACHES Men's Women's Gail Bigglestone Marilyn Cochran Buzzy Davis Rob Hamilton Mary Heller Cory Schwartz Lex Scourby Scott Young Combined Phil Astrachan Brian Blank Bill McQuade Cory Schwartz Kurt Simard RJ Turner Terry Aldrich Tom Barstow Rex Bell Paul Berton Ed Blood Jere Chase Paul Sweet Tom Upham ENDowMENTS GroverDaniels AlpineFund UNHSkiTeam Endowment ThomasPutnam Endowment UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing Name John Kendall Kim Kendall Bruce Cunningham Howie Bean Grover Daniels Pam Smith Kelly Milligan Mike Hussey Iver Dahl Jill Listowich Patrick Weaver Maria Hasset Kate Thomas Hayden Barile Frazier Blair Kristin Downs Janice Rossi Year 1970, 71 1972, 73 1971, 72 1977 1979 1981 1982 1985 1990, 92 1991 1991 1992, 94 1993 1994, 95 1994 1994 1994 Name Susie Easterly 1995 Emily Cartwright 1996 Matt Regan 1996 Coreen Woodbury 1997 Greg Blaisdell 2000, 01, 02, 03 Cristin Copeland 2000, 02 Chris Wolski 2000 Heather Plimpton 2000 Syd Mikkleson 2003, 05 John Martz 2005 Stephanie Vaughn 2005, 06 Joe Dunn 2006 Sean McNamara 2006, 08, 09 Veronique Archambault-Leger 2007,09 Aileen Farrell 2007, 08, 09 Michael Cremeno 2009 Willie Ford 2009 ALL-AMErICANS Year Name Roy Weaver John Kendall Kim Kendall Nancy Gustafson Scott Doughty Patrick Weaver Patrick Weaver Event Junior Nordic Combined Ski Meister Ski Meister Disabled Biathlon Relay 20 km U.S. National Relay NATIoNALCHAMpIoNS Year(s) 1968 1970, 71 1972, 73 1988 1998 1998 1998 Year 1955 1958 1961 1970 1971 1972 1973 1977 1978 1979 1980 Finish 5th 6th 5th 7th 5th 7th 9th 8th 8th 9th 9th Year Finish 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 12th 12th 9th 7th 7th 8th 9th 11th 10th 10th 10th Year Finish 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 9th 10th 8th 9th 10th 11th 10th 9th 8th 11th 9th NCAASkIINGCHAMpIoNSHIpS Year Finish 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 10th 14th 12th 9th 11th 11th 9th UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing ADMINISTrATIoN dr. Mark huddleSton preSident MarkW.Huddlestonisthe19thpresidentoftheUniversityofNewHampshire.Hebringsthreedecadesofexperience in public and private higher education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator, most recently as president of Ohio Wesleyan University. His term at UNH commenced in July 2007. HuddlestonbeganhisacademiccareerattheStateUniversityofNewYork-Buffaloin1977asanassistantprofessor of political science. He then joined the faculty of the University of Delaware in 1980, where he remained for thenext24years.Dr.HuddlestonchairedtheDepartmentofPoliticalScienceandInternationalRelationsandservedasassociateprovost for international programs. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 2001, where he managed 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 full time faculty and staff, and served in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan Universityin2004. Having received his bachelor's degree in political science from SUNY-Buffalo, Huddleston went on to receive both a master's degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin�Madison. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been active as a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an advisor in Bosnia on rebuilding financial andadministrativeinfrastructuresaftertheDaytonaccords. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse and spent 24 years at the University of Delaware in various capacities. He and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles. Marty SCarano athletiC direCtor MartyScaranoisinthemidstofhis10thyearasDirectorofAthleticsattheUniversityofNewHampshire.During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with facility renovations and programmatic advancementbeingtoppriorities. There have been over $8.5 million in capitol improvements since his hiring in the summer of 2000. In the fall of `08, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. In the summer of `07, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a Field Turf synthetic surface. Additionally in `07, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. ScaranobroughtaboutthecompletionoftheReggieAtkinsTrackandFieldFacilityinthesummerof2000.Theadditionofacenter-ice scoreboard and message board at the Whittemore Center was completed in `01, and in `02 both Memorial Field and Bremner Field were renovated to feature state-of-the-art synthetic turf and lighting. In addition, construction was completed to enlarge and improve the women's locker rooms in the UNH Field House. Two other major improvements to benefit UNH's student-athletes have been the renovation of the JerryAzumahPerformanceCenterforStrengthandConditioningandacompleteoverhauloftheStudent-AthleteAcademicCenter. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, UNH has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department was host of highly-successful NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, and Manchester will once again be the site of the Northeast Regionals in 2011. UNH has had the opportunity to host two NCAA Women's Ice Hockey Frozen Fours in the Whittemore Center (`02 and `05). In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley, as well as the `05 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Northeast Regional, which took place at the Whittemore Center. This past season, men's and women's ice hockey, football, the men's and women's skiing and gymnastics teams, as well as members of men's and women's cross country and men's and women's outdoor track and field teams, all competed in the NCAA postseason. With all of these initiatives and accomplishments, UNH athletics has consistently been ranked in the top 90 programs among all D-I institutions in the battle for the NACDA Directors Cup, which is well ahead of nearly all of UNH's conference opponents. UNH's graduation rate for athletes has maintained levels at or exceeding 90 percent, which puts it among the nation's best in Division I. Additionally, 17 coaches have won 54 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano's tenure. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. ScaranowasalsoawardedtheNationalAssociationofCollegeDirectorsofAthletics(NACDA)ADoftheYearfortheFCS. Scarano also been an active member in the leadership of UNH's three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for Atlantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men's Ice HockeyCommitteein2005-2006and2006-07. UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing SteVe MetCalF Senior aSSoCiate athletiC direCtor Joanne Maldari aSSiStant athletiC direCtor aCadeMiC Support SUpporTSTAff SteveMetcalfisinhis11thyearattheUniversity of New Hampshire, having served the athletic department in a number of different capacities over the years. Currently he is the SeniorAssociateAthleticDirectorforInternal Operations. In this role he oversees 12 sports, all the facilities and capital projects, event management and championships, scheduling andassiststheDirectorofAthleticsinthedailyoperationofthedepartment. Metcalfdirectlyoversees12ofthe20sportsthatUNHhas�women's ice hockey, men's soccer, field hockey, women's lacrosse, men's and women's skiing, men's and women's cross country and men's and women's indoor and outdoor track. HealsooverseestheathleticeventmanagementandallUNH-hosted conference and NCAA Championships. UNH has hosted numerous NCAA Championships in men's and women's ice hockey, gymnastics and skiing, including two Women's Ice Hockey National ChampionshipsandmostrecentlytheNCAASkiingNationalChampionship. Metcalf was born in England, and holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree from UNH. He and his wife Diane, who is an Associate Athletic Director at Harvard, have one daughter, Lauren. Athletic excellence is part of the formula for success in the collegiate experience for University of New Hampshire ski team. The primarymeasureofachievementisthestudentathlete's success in the classroom. New Hampshirealsohasoneofthetopgraduationratesinthecountryforstudentathletes. UNH is dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete's ability to achieve academicexcellence.Realizingthetimecommitmenttheathletesgive to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academicsupportservicesthatisavailabletoWildcatskiersandall otherstudent-athletes.Thisprogramincludesthemonitoringofacademic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting withtheacademicadvisorswithinthevariouscolleges. ServingasAssistantAthleticDirectorforAcademicServicessince 1994 is Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on the earn her master's degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. She was recognized for her outstanding efforts at UNH by receiving the University's 2001 Academic Advising Award. Before coming to Durham, Maldari served athletic counseling internships at Springfield and Central Connecticut State University. paul ChapMan Strength and Conditioning direCtor John Ciani Strength and Conditioning aSSoCiate direCtor PaulChapmanisinthemidstofhisseventh year as the strength and conditioning director at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure at UNH, he helped coordinate the building of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center, and his efforts have been key in guiding UNH athletes to NCAA appearances in men's and women's hockey, gymnastics, volleyball, women's lacrosse, track and field, and skiing. Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach certified), USA-Weightlifting (certified level 1 coach); the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he was the state director of the National Strength and ConditioningAssociation in North Dakota from 1991-95. He has also authored four publications related to strength and conditioning and has trained and consulted several NFL, CFL and NHL athletes, and prospective athletes preparing for all-star games, bowlgamesandpre-drafttesting. Chapmanisa1990graduateofDickinsonStateUniversityinNorth DakotawithaB.S.degreeinBiology.HethenwentontoearnaM.S. inExerciseSciencefromtheUniversityofNorthDakotain1994. fouryears. Ciani's efforts have been key in guiding UNH student-athletes to NCAA appearances in both women's and men's ice hockey, football, gymnastics, women's volleyball, women's lacrosse, skiing, track and field. Ciani came to UNH from the University of North Dakota, where he worked under Paul Chapman, the Wildcats' current director of strength and conditioning, as an assistant with the men's ice hockey, football, men's and women's swimming, men's basketball and baseball teams. Ciani is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and Certified Level 1 Coach through USA-Weightlifting. He is completing his Master's degreeinExercisePhysiology. After graduating from Escondido High School, Ciani went on to Long Beach State University, where he earned his B.A. in Psychology in2000. John Ciani, a native of the San Diego, Calif. area, enters his third year as an associatedirectorofstrengthandconditioningatthe University; he had held the position of UNH strength and conditioning assistant coach for UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing Top-0NCAAfinishes All-Americans All-AmericanSelections NationalChampions UniversityofNewHampshireSkiing olympians Thomas Putnam Endowment TheUniversityofNewHampshirerecentlyannounceda$1millionleadership giftforUNH'sskiprogram,givenbyThomasP.Putnam,formerchairmanofthe MarkemCorporationinKeeneandaformermemberoftheUNHskiteam. PutnamskiedforUNHinthemid1960s,andwascaptainofthefreshman skiteambeforeleavingtheUniversitytojointheU.S.Army. , FrontRow(LefttoRight):MindyRegii,ThomasPutnam,VeroniqueArchambault-Leger SecondRow:DiedreLynch,JulieSchwartz,CorySchwartz,MeghanBurns ThirdRow:TimBaucom,BillYoung,BobTreadwell,JoeDunn,PaulBerton BackRow:AndrewMorehouse,RexBell,SteveMetcalf,GroverDaniels,MartyScarano,Tommy Eckfeldt,PeterMiddleton Acommitteetooverseethefund-raisingeffortincludesnameslongfamiliar toNewHampshireskiingcircles.ChairedbyAttorneyJackMiddleton,president of McLane, Graf, Raulerson and Middleton law firm, committee members includePhilGravink,NorthCountryskienthusiastwho,priortohisretirement, ranLoon,CannonandAttitashskiareas;PennyPitouofSanbornton,aNew Hampshire native and the first American to win an Olympic downhill medal; Kennett "Skip" Kendall, Jr., of Durham, former CEO of Kendall Insurance and anavidskier;AttorneyAnnMcLaneKusterofHopkinton;PeterPowell,owner ofPeterW.PowellRealEstateinLancaster;AttorneyJackSanders,UNHClass of1959;BettyTamposi,UNHalumnaandmemberoftheUniversitySystemof NewHampshireBoardofTrustees;andUNHalumnusWilliam"Bill"Young, vicepresidentofcommercialbankingforFederalSavingsBankinDoveranda memberoftheUNHskiteaminthe1980s. Boththemen'sandwomen'sskiteamsrecordedagradepointaverageexceeding3.1in2007andcarriedthehighestgradepointaverageofallUNHvarsity teams. UNH skiers also have finished among the NCAA Skiing Championships top10in16ofthepast22yearswithsixindividualnationalchampionssince 1954. University of new HampsHire www.unhwildcats.com www.unhskiing.com 2010 winter carnival scHedUle January Alpinevenue Nordicvenue 15-16 St.Lawrence 22-23 St.Michael's February 5-7 Vermont 12-13 Dartmouth 19-20 Williams 26-27 eISas* 10-13 nCaas** Whiteface Smugglersnotch Mt.VanHovenberg SleepyHollow Stowe DartmouthSkiway JiminyPeak Snowbowl HowelsonHill TrappsFamilyLodge OakHill ProspectMountain rikertTouringCenter MarCH SteamboatSpringsresort *hostedbyMiddleburyCollege **hostedbyuniversityofColorado