Mardi Haskell
Mardi Haskell
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Holderness, N.H.
High School: Burke Mountain Academy

BEFORE COLBY

Mardi graduated from Burke Mountain Academy and was a member of the alpine ski, soccer, and cycling teams. She was a three-time All-American skier.

AT COLBY

Mardi is majoring in Biology and Science, Technology, and Society with a minor in Environmental Studies. She will be the lone captain of the women's team in her final season with the Mules.

2017 season highlights: Haskell had another dominant season, finishing in the top 10 at every carnival in slalom and all but one giant slalom event. At the NCAA Division I Championships, Haskell earned her fourth All-American honor with a 10th-place finish in the GS and she also had a 14th-place finish in slalom. Mardi ended the season ranked 20th nationwide in slalom and 44th in giant slalom. Mardi, who won Colby's Millett Award for top female senior athlete, also placed eighth in the slalom and 11th in the giant slalom at the U.S. Alpine Championships. Mardi made the All-East First Team for the fourth straight year. She was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2016 season highlights: Haskell had a fantastic junior season for the Mules, finishing fourth in the slalom and earning her third All-American honor at the NCAA Division I Championships. She was on the first team by placing in the top five. Mardi also finished 13th in the NCAA giant slalom. At the Eastern Championships, Haskell finished third in the GS and fourth in the slalom, earning All-East First Team honors. She had 11 top-10 finishes during the season. Mardi finished fifth in the Bates Carnival GS, second in the Colby Carnival GS and third in the slalom, fourth in the Vermont Carnival slalom, and second in the GS and slalom at the Dartmouth Carnival. At the Williams Carnival, Haskell finished ninth in the GS and fifth in the slalom. She was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2015 season highlights: Haskell earned All-American honors by placing fourth in the slalom and 10th in the giant slalom at the NCAA Skiing Championships. She also placed 14th in the giant slalom at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf. In the Eastern Championships, Mardi finished 23rd in the giant slalom and fourth in the slalom at St. Lawrence. During the season, Mardi had giant slalom finishes of sixth at Bates, fourth at St. Michael's, and fifth at Dartmouth. In the slalom, Mardi finished third at Bates, seventh at St. Michael's, first at Middlebury, and fourth at Dartmouth. Haskell made the All-East First Team for the second year in a row and was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Mardi had a terrific first season with the Mules, earning EISA Rookie of the Year and All-East First Team honors. She competed at the NCAA Division I Skiing Championships and took 12th in the slalom and 20th in the giant slalom. Mardi had all top-10 EISA finishes in the slalom of races she completed, taking second at the Eastern Championships at Middlebury. She also was third at Williams, fourth at Dartmouth, fifth at Vermont, and seventh at New Hampshire. Haskell also was in the top-20 for all the giant slalom races she completed, capped off by a fifth at the Colby Carnival. She also was 12th at the Eastern meet, 14th at Williams, 15th at Vermont, and 18th at Dartmouth.