Castleton State College Spartans


Address: 190 College Drive Castleton, Vermont
Athletics Telephone: 802-468-6275
Athletics Fax: 802-468-2189
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President: Dave Wolk
Director of Athletics: Deanna Tyson
Faculty Athletic Representative: Marybeth Lennox
Senior Woman Administrator: TBA
Sports Information Director: Ben Stockwell
Athletic Trainer: Joshua Englebretson

Key Facts

Enrollment: men - 840 women - 1260
Student-Athletes: men - TBA women - TBA
Sports Sponsored: men - 10 women - 10
Tuition: in state- $9,312 out of state - $23,040


Name Title Phone Email
Deanna Tyson Athletic Director (802) 468-1468
Ben Stockwell AssociateSports Information Director (802) 468-6172
Ali Serrani Senior Woman Administrator (802) 468-1102
Joshua Englebretson Athletic Trainer (802) 468-6426
Marybeth Lennox FAR (802) 468-6430
Ted Shipley Baseball Head Coach (802) 468-1485
Paul Culpo Men's Basketball Head Coach (802) 468-1363
Tim Barrett Women's Basketball Head Coach (802) 468-1468
John Klein Men's Cross Country Head Coach (802) 468-1282
Melissa Crossman Women's Cross Country Head Coach 802-468-6075
TBA  Field Hockey Head Coach
Bill Bowes Golf Head Coach (802) 468-6427
Bo McDougall Men's Lacrosse Head Coach (802)-468-6177
Hannah Corkery Women's Lacrosse Head Assistant Coach (802) 468-1044
John O'Connor Men's Soccer Head Coach (802) 468-1070 JohnW.O'
Chris Chapdelaine Women's Soccer Head Coach 802-468-6176
Chris Chapdelaine Softball Head Coach 802-468-6176
Bruce Moreton Men's Tennis Head Coach (802) 468-6075
Rob Purdy Women's Tennis Head Coach (802) 468-6075
  Women's Volleyball Head Coach

Founded in 1787, Castleton is the oldest college in Vermont and the 18th oldest in the country. With 2000 students (1800 full-time undergraduate), Castleton is small enough to be a community where individuals matter, yet large enough to offer a diverse and challenging curriculum with more than 30 academic programs. Forty student clubs and organizations, and 20 varsity sports help make Castleton a great place for living and learning. At Castleton there is an understanding of the need for both career preparation and a liberal arts education. With 89 full-time faculty members, 93% of which hold terminal degrees, Castleton boasts a student-to-faculty ratio of 14-1. The campus features 22 buildings on 165 acres surrounded by scenic views of natural Vermont. The village of Castleton, in Vermont's scenic Lakes Region, is 12 miles west of Rutland, the state's second largest city. Beyond Rutland are the Green Mountains, home to the best skiing and snowboarding in New England.

Contact: Office of Admissions, Castleton State College, Castleton, VT 05735;; .

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