The goal of the Trinity-Pawling ski racing program is to provide a supportive and invigorating environment where young men can grow as student-athletes. Though skiing is an individual sport, we believe in teamwork, camaraderie, and compassion as fundamental elements for long-term success on and off the slopes.
Trinity-Pawling competes in the Brigham Ski League and the NEPSAC Class B Championships. The team competes primarily on Wednesdays, with regular competition at ski areas in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, including Ski Sundown, Catamount Ski Area, and Ski Butternut. The team trains weekday afternoons at Mohawk Mountain in Cornwall, Connecticut.
Questions about the Trinity-Pawling ski racing program? Contact Head Coach Brandon Wilson.
Varsity Skiing Coach
About The Coach
- Head Coach Brandon Wilson was a captain of the alpine skiing team at both Derryfield School and Hamilton College and has continued to race on the USSA Masters circuit since graduation. He also teaches Science at Trinity-Pawling.