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    Head Coach, Alpine Skiing

    Greg Leeds has been head coach of the NMH Alpine Ski Program for 26 years. Varsity teams have captured three New England championship titles and 19 league championship titles since 1997 for an 83 percent win ratio since 2010. The varsity program has racked up 1,484 victories against 414 losses for a 78 percent win ratio during Leeds’ NMH career. A boarding school teacher and coach for over 35 years, he has coached skiing since 1987 and has U.S. Ski Association Level 300 coach certification and Professional Ski Instructors of America level 2 certification. He also serves as a veteran alpine official in Tri State and has served as co-president of the MISL since 1998. Leeds skied competitively in high school and as a member of the NCAA Division 1 program at Williams College. In 2005, he was presented with the Housen Coaching Award as the NMH Coach of the Year. He is a member of the mathematics department and is the Director of Summer Session. He has served the school in various other roles including interim Director of Athletics (2018-20). He lives on campus with his family and his three children all attended NMH. He has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Williams College and a master’s degree from Dartmouth College.