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Alex Johnston

Alex Johnston

Connor Huff

Connor Huff

During the month of January 2014, project partners Alex Johnston and Connor Huff have documented the recent history (1970 – present day) of tennis at Middlebury College. The college athletics facility is currently undergoing a major transformation with the construction of the new field house which is scheduled to be completed in late 2014. A 60-foot wall consisting of images, texts, video and other forms of interactive media covering the history of athletics at Middlebury will accompany the state of the art indoor track and viewing area creating a unique experience for all visitors.

About us

Connor Huff is a sophomore, class of 2016, at Middlebury College. He is from Manhattan, New York and attended Collegiate High School where he played four years of varsity basketball. He now plays at Middlebury College under the leadership of Coach Jeff Brown. In his freshman year, his team compiled a record of 25-4 and reached the NCAA Elite Eight. Outside of athletics, he participates in various charity groups such as the Sherwood Society, Robin Hood, and the Big Brother Foundation. He is majoring in Economics and minoring in Computer Science.

Alex Johnston is a senior at Middlebury transferring to Vermont after spending his freshman and sophomore years at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California. His junior year at Middlebury saw him play at the number one position in both singles and doubles. Johnston posted a 14-7 singles record and a 13-9 doubles record to earn All-American in singles and NESCAC first-team honors in both singles and doubles. Alex is from Leeds, England. He is majoring in American Studies.

Visitors to this website can access details of the history of Middlebury varsity tennis through a variety of media: text, archive photographs and video. Click on the links below to navigate through the site

Sites DOT MiddleburyThe Middlebury site network.