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2007 USCSA National CHAMPIONSHIPS

USCSA Nationals / Results Link on the USCSA website.
Schools represented at the Championships at the bottom of the page.

Day by day highlights of all 18 events, and other stories below:

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DAY TO DAY HIGHLIGHTS
Tuesday 3-6-07

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 1.5k SPRINTS
M. Toussaint of University Of Maine - Presque Isle, won the 1.5k sprint. She also had the fastest qualifying time. St. Olaf's S. Short was second, followed by E. Hammer from Univ. of Wyoming.

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 1.5k SPRINTS
Winning the gold medal was M. Delaney from Clarkson University. The winner of this event in 2006, University of Maine-Presque Isle’s B. Bakken finished second, followed by J. Erickson of Cornell.

Wednesday 3-7-07
WOMEN’S GIANT SLALOM
L. Lozar of Sierra Nevada College, with the fastest time in both runs, won the event by 2.25, with a combined time of 2:09.59. N. Martineau of Smith College finished second by being only 0.02 faster than E. Hawkins of Univ. of Massachusetts who placed third. (Brown's K. O'Hear was 2nd after the first run, but finished 13th.)
TEAM:
Sierra Nevada College won the GS by 4.31 seconds over second place Boston College. In third was Colby Sawyer College, only 0.04 slower than BC. (If you divide 0.04 by three racers with two runs each, you see how extremely close it was between 2nd and 3rd place.)

WOMEN'S SNOWBOARD SLOPESTYLE
Univ. of Idaho (12 place points) won the event by placing two individuals in the top three; H. Marineau (80.9) 1st and C. Wood (65.3) in 3rd. D. Jeannie (71.3) of Univ. of Colorado placed second. Weber State University's (36) team finished second, followed East Carolina Univ. in third.
TEAM:

MEN'S SNOWBOARD SLOPESTYLE
E. Williams (85.4) of Albertson College won the gold medal, Univ. of Colorado's R. Robinson (79.5) was second, followed by Weber State's A. Yost (75.1).
TEAM:
Colorado won the team event with 16 place points, with Sierra Nevada (23) second, followed by San Diego State (34) in third.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 15k Freestyle
Maine-Presque Isle's M. Toussaint won the gold with 47:34.4. In second was E. Hammer of Wyoming with 48:32.2. Hammer's teammate was 7th after the first lap and came from behind to pick up the bronze with 49:24.1.
TEAM:
Wyoming dominated the event by placing three individuals in 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Clarkson and St. Olaf finished in a place point tie, with Clarkson finishing second (17.30 %Back). St. Olaf was
18.21 %Back.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 15k Freestyle
Cornell's J. Erickson was in fourth place after the first lap, but finished with a great second lap to win the gold in a time of 39:22.4. B. Bakken of Maine-Presque Isle was second with 39:46.5, and in third was J. Peterson of Wyoming with 40:32.7.
TEAM:
The team event was extremely close with both Cornell and Wyoming finishing with 13 team place points. The tie was broken by %Back, with Cornell (3.97) winning. Wyoming was 6.42 %Back. St. Olaf finished third. 

Thursday 3-8-07
MEN’S GIANT SLALOM
Rocky Mountain's A. Cronk came from behind after the first run (3rd) to win the gold medal with a combined time of 1:53.35. M. Ross of Sierra College finished 1:53.82 for the silver. In 8th place after the first run, J. Hey had was fastest in the second run to take the bronze. With the fastest first run time G. Avallon of Boston College, finished 7th.
TEAM:
Rocky Mountain won the event with 343.90, followed by Plymouth in 346.70 for second, and Colby-Sawyer College in third with 384.90.

WOMEN’S SUPERPIPE
Colorado's J. Deeb took the gold with a score of 59.8. S. Baca of Weber State was second with 52.3 points, followed Univ. of Idaho's H. Marineau with a score of 49.8.
TEAM:
Marineau's finish assisted Idaho win the team event with total place point score of 20. In second was East Carolina Univ. with 34 points, followed in third by Weber State with 42 points.

MEN’S SUPERPIPE
S. Cordova of Sierra College score 82.0 points to win the gold medal. Colorado's A. Groff was second with 78.5 points, followed by E. Williams (71.5 pts.) in third from Albertson College of Idaho
TEAM:
Univ. of Colorado dominated to win the event with 13 team place points. Sierra College second with 32 points, followed in third with 39 points was San Diego State Univ.

Friday 3-9-07
WOMEN'S SLALOM
Sierra Nevada's L. Lozar (1:36.62) wins the gold by 0.82 over M. Peterson (1:37.49) of Rocky Mountain. Coming from 6th place after the first run, Colby-Sawyer's M. Molyneux takes the bronze with 1:38.48. (Alfred's L. Pfeifer, only 0.58 out of third in the first run, finishes 11th.)
TEAM:
Sierra College won the event by an extremely close margin of 0.51 to Boston College with 299.52. Rocky Mountain finished third with 302.41. This first place finish for SNC,  gives them the Women's Alpine National Championship.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 8.5k CLASSIC
Wyoming's K. Boroff won the gold with a time of 32:26.1. Her teammate, K. Speiser (32:35.6), out skied M. Toussaint (32:36.6) of Maine, Presqeu Isles by 1.0 to win the silver. 
TEAM:
Wyoming dominated the event by placing three skiers in the top 5, (1,2,5), 8 team place points. St.Olaf (27) was second, with Clarkson (29) in third, only 2 place points out of second.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 8.5k CLASSIC
Cornell's A. Duphilly (27:00.1)dominated by skiing 28.5 seconds faster the silver medalist N. Dyste (27:28.6) of St. Olaf.  J. Kirin of Wyoming (27:30.3) only 1.7 behind Dyste, finished third.
TEAM:
St. Olaf (2,5,7/14 place pts.)) and Cornell (1,4,10/15 place pts.) battled it out for first place, with St. Olaf winning. Wyoming finished third with a total of 24 place points.

WOMEN'S SNOWBOARD GIANT SLALOM
W. Sullivan of East Carolina took home the gold with a time 100.00. With the fastest time in the 1st run, CSU-Long Beach's E.Vallee (101.40) held on with a sixth place finish in the 2nd run to take the silver by 0.22 over H. Marineau (101.62)of Idaho, who came back from fifth in the first run to win the bronze. S. Jackson of UC-Santa Barbara, only 0.26 out of third after the 1st run, had a disappointing 2nd run and finished 12th..
TEAM:
Univ. of Virginia won the event with a time of 329.28. East Carolina (333.45) out raced Idaho by a close 1.05 to take second. U of ID's team time was 334.50.

Saturday 3-10-07
MEN'S SLALOM
M. Ross (1:31.27) of Sierra Nevada, wins the gold by 0.03 in an extremely close race. P. Petry (1:31.30) of Rocky Mountain, was 0.09 ahead of Ross after the first run, but had to settle for the silver. Moving up from 8th after the 1st run A. Cronk (1:31.93) of Rocky Mountain took the bronze. (V. Dinapoli of Plymouth was leading after the first run, but had a disappointing second run to finish 42nd.)
TEAM:
Rocky Mountain (276.74) won the tight team event by 0.16 over Sierra Nevada College (276.90).  Plymouth finished in third with a team time of 284.59. This win for Rocky Mountain clinched the Men's Alpine National Championship.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 3x5k (cl,cl,fr) RELAY
Wyoming was up by 12.9 over Maine-Presque Isle after the first leg. In the second leg the lead changed to Maine by 1:47.2. Maine (1:13:48.9) went on to win by 2:38.6 over 2nd place finisher Wyoming (1:16.27.3). Coming from fifth after the first leg, St. Olaf (1:22:41.9) took 3rd.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 3x5k (cl,cl,fr) RELAY
Wyoming, ahead of Cornell (in third) by 1:53.9 after the first leg and 2:12.4 ahead of Cornell, now dropping to fourth after the second leg , take on Cornell's J. Erickson third leg charge to tie by time, but Wyoming wins the event at the tape. (Erickson had the fastest third leg time.) Clarkson finishes third, by coming from sixth after the first leg, fifth after the second leg and M. Delancy's second fastest third leg time. This photo finish gives the overall Men's Cross Country National Championship to Cornell University.

MEN'S SNOWBOARD GIANT SLALOM
The gold, bronze and silver go to Sierra Nevada's, K. Davis (85.77), S. Cordova (86.70), and S. Gunsauls (95.06). K. Davis came back from a 0.40 deficit in the first run to win.
TEAM:
Sierra Nevada  (267.53) dominates the event with taking the top three individual places, and winning by 47.96 over UCLA (315.49). West Virginia University finished third with 325.43. This win for Sierra Nevada College clinched the Men's Snowboard National Championship.

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SNC ski & snowboard teams defend USCSA titles
North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, NV - Mar 16, 2007
Sierra Nevada College ski and snowboard teams proved they are still tops in the nation at the USCSA National Competition last week in Winter Park, Colo. ...

Minutemen finish strong at Nationals
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, MA - Mar 12, 2007
Eliza Hawkins represented the women's team with a strong finish in the first day of racing, but had a tough time carrying the momentum into the second day. ...

Rocky skiers crowned national champions
Billings Gazette, MT - Mar 11, 2007
The men's ski-racing team at Rocky Mountain College rewarded itself on a snowy Saturday afternoon by finishing on top for the second time in three years at ...

Rocky skiers crowned national champions
Billings Gazette, MT - March 10, 2007
The men's ski-racing team at Rocky Mountain College rewarded itself on a snowy Saturday afternoon by finishing on top for the second time in three years at ...

Rocky skiers 'hyped' for national title shot
Billings Gazette, MT - Mar 10, 2007
That's the men's ski-racing team at Rocky Mountain College. The Bears will be going for their second United States Collegiate Ski Association championship ...

O'Hear Featured in Providence Journal
CSTV.com, NY - Mar 9, 2007
But the way Kelly O'Hear is racing for the Brown ski team, she can finish on the podium in the slalom and giant slalom at the US Collegiate Ski Association ...

Men's Alpine Skiing Finishes Third
Colby-Sawyer College Athletics, NH - Mar 9, 2007
On day two of the USCSA Nationals, the Colby-Sawyer men's alpine ski racing team finished third in the giant slalom, five seconds off the leader, ...

RMC's Cronk wins national ski championship
Billings Gazette, MT - Mar 9, 2007
Rocky Mountain College ski coach Jerry Wolf laid out the course for Thursday's second run of the giant slalom at the United States Collegiate Ski ...

Rocky's Pettersson 8th in USCSA giant slalom
Billings Gazette, MT - March 8, 2007
The USCSA is the sports federation for collegiate ski racing in the US It consists of 150 colleges from coast to coast and includes around 3800 men and ..

My Colby-Sawyer Experience
Colby-Sawyer College Athletics, NH - March 7, 2007
The Colby-Sawyer women's alpine ski racing team finished third out of 19 teams on Wednesday, March 7, in the Giant Slalom event at the 2007 United States ...

Rocky men could ski off with national title
Billings Gazette, MT - March 7, 2007
Rocky Mountain College's first national title in any sport was 127 years in the making and came in 2005 when the men's ski-racing team finished on top at ...

USCSA nationals set for Winter Park
SkiRacing.com - March 6, 2007
The United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association is the sports federation for collegiate team ski racing and snowboarding in America. ...

Brown skier ready to take run at medal
Providence Journal, RI - Mar 3, 2007
But the way Kelly O’Hear is racing for the Brown ski team, she can finish on the podium in the slalom and giant slalom at the US Collegiate Ski Association ...

SNC stays on track for 15th title
North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, NV - Mar 2, 2007
Both men's and women's ski and snowboard teams will compete in the USCSA Nationals at Winter Park, Colorado, the week of March 5-10. ...

Cavaliers look to coast through regional competition next month
University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily, VA - Feb 19, 2007
At the 2006 USCSA National Championships, held last March, Virginia junior Will Bodmer captured the men's snowboarding championship, and he will head back ...

 

Participating Schools
ALPINE, (* 4-WAY ALPINE)
Eastern
Women Men
Colby Sawyer College Colby Sawyer College
Brown Univ. Plymouth State Univ.
Boston College U. Mass.
Smith College Boston College
Plymouth State Univ. Clarkson Univ.
*Worcester Polytechnic Institute *Univ. of Maine, Farmington
*Worcester Polytechnic Institute
U. Mass. - Ind Tufts - Ind.
Western
Women Men
Rocky Mtn. College Rocky Mtn. College
Albertson College Univ. of British Columbia
Univ. of British Columbia Albertson College
Univ. of Montana Univ. of Oregon
Washington State Univ. CO. Mtn. College
*Air Force Academy
TBA - Ind. TBA - Ind.
Far-West
Women Men
Sierra Nevada College Sierra Nevada College
UC, Santa Barbara UC, Davis
TBA - Ind. TBA - Ind.
Mid-West
Women Men
Minnesota St. Olaf
St. Olaf Minnesota, Duluth
Minnesota, Duluth Minnesota
UST - Ind. MTU - Ind.
Mid-Atlantic
Women Men
Alfred Syracuse
Buffalo Cornell
Syracuse Alfred
Penn State Lehigh
Cornell - Ind. Davis & Elkins - Ind.

Cross Country/Nordic-Women

University of Wyoming, Clarkson College, Cornell University, Army,
University of Maine Presque Isle, Worcester Polytechnic Institute,
Colorado Mountain College,  St. Olaf College and Air Force.

Cross Country/Nordic-men

University of Wyoming, Clarkson College, Cornell University, Army,
University of Maine Presque Isle, Worcester Polytechnic Institute,
University of Maine Farmington, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Colorado Mountain College, St. Olaf College and Air Force.

SNOWBOARD TEAMS MEN & WOMEN

Albertson College, Appalachian State University,
California State University Long Beach, Colorado Mountain College,
Colorado State University, East Carolina University,
Marquette University, Michigan Technological University,
Northwestern University, San Diego State, UC San Diego,
UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, University of Southern California,
University of Colorado, University of Denver, University of Idaho,
University of Oregon, University of St. Thomas, University of Virginia,
West Virginia University, Sierra Nevada College, Weber State Univ.,
Western Michigan University, Univ. of Colorado and Whitman College.





 

 

 

 

 


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