Twenty Saint Michael's College skiers earned United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association (USCSCA) National Collegiate All-Academic Ski Team honors on Tuesday, being recognized for posting a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade-point average through the fall semester.
Abby Sullivan (Saint Albans, Vt./Burke Mountain Academy) is the lone member of the Class of 2021, and is among four captains this school year.
With depth spread through the classes, ninth-year head coach Molly Peters has 17 skiers rostered this school year, the program's most since 1990-91.
During the 1974-75 school year, Colleen Doyle '78 became the first woman to suit up for the Purple Knights, appearing in one race during the 1975 season. Doyle's debut came just two seasons after the EISA welcomed its first female skier, as Burlington native and MIT Alpine student-athlete Debbie Stein competed.
Nordic skiing junior Will Meehan discusses being the only Saint Michael's College student studying abroad this fall - in Scotland - in our seventh episode of Knight Watch.
Saint Michael's College's annual Alumni & Family Week began Tuesday, and we take a glance at student-athlete alumni who continue making headlines even after their time on campus.
Senior Emma Bellefleur is in her second season as captain of the Saint Michael's College Nordic skiing team and discussed such topics as her abbreviated spring spent abroad in Costa Rica in our second episode of Knight Watch.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Elliot Ryan (Steamboat Springs, Colo./Waterville Valley Academy) found himself with some extra time on his hands.
The year 2020 has certainly been a year of "ups and downs,” so it was only fitting for a man to construct a massive rollercoaster in his grandfather's yard in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Elliot Ryan, 20, attends St Michael’s College in Vermont.
Rising junior Mikey Halligan provides a look into his Nordic skiing team with this pump-up video.