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Rethinking the College Option

How do college programs fit in to the U.S. Ski Team's new development vision?

Battle in Snowbasin at the Utah Invitational

Denver, Colorado, and New Mexico take individual wins.

Foreign Exchange

World Cup athletes on what's right about college racing in the U.S.

CU Buffs look ahead to busy NCAA season

A few athletes have a shot at racing in PyeongChang, which makes the college season complicated.

Wilson awarded Jeff Wattenmaker Scholarship

The award winner is headed to Bates College next season.

UNM Ski Team reinstated following public outcry

Students and community convince the Board of Regents to save collegiate skiing at UNM.

New Mexico to discontinue NCAA men’s and women’s skiing

UNM latest NCAA skiing victim of budget cuts.

Utah takes home 2017 NCAA Championship

Denver Pioneers fall to third place on final day.

Freshmen steal the show in NCAA Championship slalom

CU Buff first-year skier caps off his historic season.

Ketterer, Lyche take NCAA GS titles

Montana State University leads after opening day.

Is the Future of Icelandic Ski Racing the NCAA?

Volatile weather and decreasing participants threaten ski racing in the Nordic island nation.

University of Alaska ski teams on chopping block due to budget cuts

UAA president requests an NCAA waiver in order to maintain the school's Division II eligibility after cutting skiing.

Falling Oil Prices Threaten University of Alaska Ski Teams

Budget cuts in Alaska put the Seawolves’ future in question.

Teamwork and fireworks: What USCSA National Championships are made of

Catch the highlights from the league's marquee event in Lake Placid, N.Y.

Life is a Carnival: EISA Racing

There's nothing quite like ski racing in college.

Dartmouth holds lead following alpine races at UVM Carnival

Vermont sweeps the men's slalom podium, but the Big Green counter hard with Dlouhy.

Kristoffersen attacks from behind to claim Kitzbuehel slalom

Norwegian becomes first person to win Adelboden, Wengen, and Kitzbuehel slaloms in the same year.

Kristoffersen completes Norwegian hat trick in Wengen

American Tim Kelley scores first World Cup points nearly 10 years after his debut on the circuit.

Denver holds lead in Montana Invite at conclusion of alpine races

Erik Read of DU wins his fourth out of five contested NCAA races so far this season.

Choose the Right College for Racing

Do you go across the country? Do you stay local? Is NCAA the right choice, or is USCSA more your speed?

Italian Ballerin takes opening men’s NorAm in Wyoming

Europeans stack top 10 in icy Snow King slalom.

NCAA clarifies rules on crowdfunding’s influence on eligibility

Online method of personal fundraising gains explicit approval under student-athlete eligibility guidelines.

The Tale of the Head-Turning Boot Bag

U.S. Ski Team and Denver alum Sterling Grant Babbitt designs high-end boot bag for racers.

USST’s Liz Stephen wins Red Bull 400 hill climb

Olympian known for prowess skiing up hill can run up ski jumps as well.
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