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Former UVM standout David Stewart named Denver assistant nordic coach

Former UVM standout David Stewart named Denver assistant nordic coach{mosimage}The University of Denver has named David Stewart assistant nordic coach, Director of Athletics and Recreation Peg Bradley-Doppes announced Wednesday. The former University of Vermont athlete has raced professionally for the last six years.
“I’m pleased to announce the hiring of David Stewart as assistant nordic coach,” Bradley-Doppes said. “He’s had a spectacular racing career and I look forward to him bringing his knowledge about what it takes to win to the DU ski program.”
Stewart is a 2000 graduate of the University of Vermont, where he was a member of the All-East ski team and an Academic All-American. After graduating from Vermont, he has raced professionally for the last six years, and was a 2006 national champion in the sprint relay. He also represented the United States in the World Cup in 2005.
“The success, professionalism and positive atmosphere of the DU ski team is unparalleled by any other program, and I share its dedication to the ideal of a true student-athlete,” Stewart said. “It was an easy decision for me to join Wolf [Wallendorf] to coach at DU, and I hope to continue and build upon the success of the past.”

— University of Denver

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