It may be cold outside, but Holderness School’s athletics teams have enjoyed a white-hot start to the winter sports season, with the boys and girls varsity basketball teams going undefeated in tournament play and boys varsity hockey going undefeated in their early-season games.
Alpine Skiing Eastern U19
The Holderness School Eastern Alpine skiing program is a recognized leader in ski racing in independent schools, providing the best training and competition opportunities possible for athletes at every level. The Eastern/USSA/FIS program is dedicated to developing strong fundamental skills as well as providing access to and knowledge of the latest modern training and equipment. Our dedicated coaches help our skiers to achieve their highest potential as individuals and as ski racers, all while encouraging a life-long love of the sport.
The Eastern Alpine program is a year-round program with individualized training during the summer months and dryland training opportunities during the school year. On-snow training begins after Thanksgiving break and continues through the beginning of March. Throughout the winter, skiers train at the Mittersill Training Slopes at Cannon Mountain, a designated US Ski Team training venue.
Two Holderness student-athletes recently competed in the International Indoor Junior Lacrosse World U15 and U17 Championships, taking home silver and bronze medals for Team USA.
Ten Holderness School student-athletes committed to play competitive college athletics on Wednesday, November 10. These students represent some of the top athletic talent in New Hampshire and New England and are testaments to Holderness School’s culture of academic and athletic excellence.
Nine Holderness School student-athletes committed to play competitive college athletics on Tuesday, April 20. These students represent some of the top athletic talent in New Hampshire and New England and are testaments to Holderness School’s culture of academic and athletic excellence.
Just as Holderness School nears completion on its new 35,000 square-foot math and science building this spring, the school is set to embark on a series of transformative upgrades to its Nordic trails and athletic fields.
Spring may have already sprung in the foothills of the White Mountains, but winter is still going strong for the Holderness School ski program with skiers competing in national championships and elite training camps across the country.
|0||Emerson Bell||2024||Franconia, NH|
|0||Ryan Blanchard||2024||Bernardston, MA|
|0||Finn Boissonneault||2024||Franconia, NH|
|0||Macklin Bowen||2022||Stowe, VT|
|0||Kathryne Cassidy||2024||Portsmouth, NH|
|0||Cosette Charron||2023||Piedmont, CA|
|0||Alexander Doyle||2024||Hanover, NH|
|0||Nathan Driker||2022||New York, NY|
|0||Hugo Eneqvist||2022||Saltsjo Duvnas|
|0||Maximilian Fischer||2023||Denver, CO|
|0||Wells Gillette||2022||Vail, CO|
|0||Evan Gramas||2023||Morrisville, VT|
|0||Nina Grappone||2023||Andover, MA|
|0||Tyler Gras||2023||Higganum, CT|
|0||Alexander McNabb||2022||Stowe, VT|
|0||Dante Mulcahy||2023||Stratham, NH|
|0||Owen Pethic||2024||Canterbury, NH|
|0||Emma Reynolds||2022||Hanover, NH|
|0||Tanner Robbins||2023||Meredith, NH|
|0||Clayton Surber||2023||Missoula, MT|
|0||Anna Testorf||2022||Hanover, NH|
|0||Bryn Urdi||2022||Mammoth Lakes, CA|
|0||Jasmine Whittaker||2022||Concord, VT|