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UNM Ski Team reinstated following public outcry

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

UNM Ski Team to livestream press conference

The Lobos are fighting to have their team reinstated after budget cuts.

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

UNM latest NCAA skiing victim of budget cuts.

Canadians Crawford and Philp bring World Champs success to NorAms

Continental Cup action resumes north of the border with World Championship casts on results sheets.

What Off Season?

NCAA: When you’re an elite collegiate racer, you don’t stash your skis for the summer.

RMISA schedule released for 2015 NCAA racing

Trips to New Mexico, Alaska and Lake Placid will challenge student-athletes to perform on the road.

New Mexico’s Rasanen named to Finnish national team

2013 NCAA and World University Games slalom champion Joonas Rasanen will likely see more World Cup starts next winter.

New Mexico wins home Invitational

Lobos rack up 655 points to Colorado's 588.5. Denver finishes third in final meet before regional championships.

Denver wins second straight Invitational as New Mexico rallies to runner-up

The Denver Pioneers claim the University of Colorado Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational.

Cohee takes final Vail NorAm victory amid a slew of career-best results

First NorAm win for Team Geronimo's Nick Cohee who is followed on the podium by Morgan Megarry and Michael Ankeny.

New Mexico’s Rasanen wins World University Games slalom

2013 NCAA slalom champion repeats the feat in Italy.

Middlebury’s Roberts seventh in World University Games

Colorado Buffalo Shane McLean finishes 15th and Utah's Lauren Samuels 17th in the women's super G.
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