Matt Gnoza take over as the U.S Ski Team’s Head Mogul Coach
KILLINGTON — Killington Mountain School’s Freestyle Program Director Glenn Eddy has been named the U.S. Ski Team’s Moguls C Team Head Coach. Eddy is a Killington program and KMS alum. He was one of the pioneers of Freestyle at Killington, and skied World Cup with the U.S. Ski Team from 1981-1983.
A Dartmouth graduate, Eddy completed his J.D. at Boston University and then went on to coach Freestyle at Winter Park and at Carrabassett Valley Academy, before being named the Freestyle Program Director at CVA, which he ran from 1997-2007. Prior to rejoining KMS, Eddy worked in Park City, UT, coaching post-graduate competitors with their sights set on making the U.S. Ski Team.
Eddy will join long-time KMS Action Sports Program Director Matt Gnoza, who will forgo his position of Moguls C Team Coach to take over as the U.S Ski Team’s Head Mogul Coach.
“It was great to come back to KMS after having attended the school,” Eddy said. “It was incredibly fulfilling to get to know the wonderful student-athletes at KMS, and it was awesome to be able to work in such a hot-bed of mogul skiing.”
Eddy continues, “We have developed a great team here, and now that I’ll be handling Development for the U.S. Ski Team, it is my hope that I will get to work with some of these outstanding KMS athletes in the future. I will always look back on my time at KMS with fondness.”
Eddy will remain with KMS through mid-July, helping to hire his replacement and staying on-hand to coach the school’s two moguls camps scheduled to run out in Whistler this summer. For more information visit www.killingtonmountainschool.org.