Thursday, September 24, 2020

Vermont still in the lead after Day Two of NCAAs

RIPTON, Vt. – The University of Vermont retained its lead in the 2013 NCAA Alpine Skiing Championships after Day Two, March 7, and the...

Haugen, Nordbotten capture NCAA titles in GS

HANCOCK, Vt.--Kristine Haugen of the University of Denver capped an undefeated season in college giant slalom racing with a convincing win in the NCAA...

Competitors named for 2013 NCAAs

A total of 148 skiers, 74 men and 74 women, from 21 colleges and universities will take part in this year’s NCAA Skiing Championships,...

Alaska’s Pierson awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

The NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee has awarded former Alaska Nanooks women's skier Julia (Coulter) Pierson one of 29 prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, based on...

Vermont wins first NCAA Championship in 18 years with highest point total in history

For the first time in 18 years as well as the 11-year career of director of skiing and head alpine coach Bill Reichelt, the...

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