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  • A goal for many PCST athletes is to compete at the collegiate level after graduating from the Park City Ski Team. There are many Colleges and Universities with alpine ski teams at both the NCAA level and the USCSA level.

    Below is a summary of the schools, listed by region, that participate at the NCAA National Championships and a link for the USCSA schools.

    NCAA Collegiate Alpine Ski Teams Competing on the Eastern Intercollegiate Race Series (more commonly referred to as the Eastern Carnival Circuit):

    University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. UVM is an NCAA Division I state school that offers athletic and academic scholarships. UVM is consistently one of the strongest ski teams in the USA and recruits internationally. www.uvmathletics.edu

    University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. UNH is another Division I state school similar in size and offerings as UVM. UNH trains at Gunstock Mountain and Pat’s Peak Ski Resort. www.unh.edu

    St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY. SLU is a small, Division III liberal arts school in upstate New York.  The private school offers a number of academic scholarships and grants. www.stlwu.edu

    Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. A small Division III school in central Vermont, Middlebury is known for a strong alpine ski team and academic program. The school owns and trains at its own ski area, the Middlebury Snow Bowl. www.middlebury.edu

    Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. Dartmouth is a Division I Ivy League School, that has a legacy of skiing and racing supported by the Dartmouth Outing Club.  The team trains at their own ski area, Dartmouth Ski Way, just 15 miles from campus. www.dartmouth.edu

    Williams College, Wiliamstown, MA. Williams is a Division III school that has a reputation as rigorous academic school.  The ski team utilizes Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Northwestern Massachusetts for training. www.williams.edu

    Bates College, Lewiston, ME. Bates is another small Division III college located in the second largest city in Maine. The alpine team utilizes Sunday River Ski Resort as their primary training venue. www.bates.edu

    Colby College, Waterville, ME. Also located in Maine, Colby College is a Division III school that offers similar athletic and academic resources to its neighboring liberal arts competitors.  The team trains at Sugarloaf Mountain, just over an hour drive from campus. www.colby.edu

    St. Michael’s College, Colchester, VT. A Division II school, St. Michael’s is a catholic liberal arts college not far from Burlington and UVM. www.smcathletics.com

    Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH. Colby-Sawyer is a Division III school in central New Hampshire with a student population just over 1,000. The college is located in the Lake Sunapee region of central New Hampshire.  The alpine team trains at Mt. Sunapee during the season. www.colby-sawyerathletics.com

    Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH. Plymouth State University is a Division III school home to 4,300 students and part of the University System of New Hampshire.  The ski team trains and competes just a 25 minute drive from campus at the Waterville Valley Ski Resort. www.plymouth.edu

    Boston College, Newton, MA. Boston College is a nationally recognized Jesuit-Catholic institution of roughly 9.000 students.  As a Division I school, they offer athletic scholarships as well as large packages of grants and financial aid.  The alpine teams train at Nashoba Valley Ski Area, 28 miles from campus. www.bc.edu

    NCAA Collegiate Alpine Ski Teams Competing on the Rocky Mtn Intercollegiate Race Series:

    University of Alaska-Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. A Division I school of roughly 20,000 students, UAA offers a wide array of scholarships and grants.  The alpine teams train at the nearby Mt. Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood, AK. www.goseawolves.com

    University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. Another large Division I school, CU has one of the most consistently successful alpine programs in the country. The school is located in picturesque Boulder, CO, and trains at Eldora Mountain Resort, 21 miles away. www.cubuffs.com

    University of Denver, Denver CO. Still Division I school, DU has a smaller student population of almost 11,000. The school is known for a strong alpine ski team and trains out of Winter Park, CO. www.denverpioneers.com

    Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. MSU is yet another Division I school, offering athletic scholarships to many of its students.  The school utilizes Bridger Bowl as its main training facility, and also skis at the well-known Big Sky Resort. www.msubobcats.com

    University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. UNM is a Division I school with an enrollment of 26,000 students. The alpine teams make use of all the available New Mexico ski areas, and offer athletic scholarships for select members. www.golobos.com

    University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. If you wish to stay close to home, the U is only minutes from Park City and overlooks Salt Lake.  The school accommodates roughly 29,000 undergraduates and offers athletic scholarships for skiing.  The teams utilize Deer Valley, Snowbird, and Park City Mountain Resort. www.utahutes.com

    Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT. Also located in Salt Lake City, Westminster is a small college of about 3,000 students. Westminster competes in the NAIA and participates in RMISA competitions, but not the NCAA.  The alpine team uses Park City Mountain Resort as their primary training facility. www.westministergriffins.com

    For a complete list of USCSA alpine ski teams, follow the link below:


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