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National Champions

The NCAA began sponsoring Skiing as an official sport for the 1953-54 (1954) season and awarded a Men's National Champion from 1954-82. In 1977, the AIAW began a women's national championship. In 1982, the NCAA incorporated women's sports and skiing became a coed championship. In 1950, an official annual post-season championship was established with the hopes of the NCAA making skiing official. Prior to 1950, regular season meets were held to determine the intercollegiate champion but many did not have full participation. From 1922-50, Lake Placid held an annual event and from 1922-45 it was regarded is newspaper coverage of the time as the collegiate champion. After WWII, the meet in Sun Valley, Idaho, which began in 1938, became the considered national champion and in 1948-50, Aspen also held a similar competition, the last two years were covered in papers as the official intercollegiate championships. More information on the early championsips can be found here on Wikipedia. For the purposes below, counts include the 1950-53 championships meant to create an NCAA meet and the 1977-82 AIAW championships.

The RMISA has had tremendous success at the National Championship level, with five of the seven schools who have won a championship coming from the league. In all, RMISA schools have 58 of the 67 titles under the heading of the NCAA and 62 of the 77 overall.

Coed Champions (NCAA)

Season Champion Runner-UP
1983 Utah Vermont
1984 Utah Vermont
1985 Wyoming Utah
1986 Utah Vermont
1987 Utah Vermont
1988 Utah Vermont
1989 Vermont Utah
1990 Vermont Utah
1991 Colorado Vermont
1992 Vermont New Mexico
1993 Utah Vermont
1994 Vermont Utah
1995 Colorado Utah
1996 Utah Denver
1997 Utah Vermont
1998 Colorado Utah
1999 Colorado Denver
2000 Denver Colorado
2001 Denver Vermont
2002 Denver Colorado
2003 Utah Vermont
2004 New Mexico Utah
2005 Denver Vermont
2006 Colorado New Mexico
2007 Dartmouth Denver
2008 Denver Colorado
2009 Denver Colorado
2010 Denver Colorado
2011 Colorado Utah
2012 Vermont Utah
2013 Colorado Utah
2014 Denver Vermont
2015 Colorado Denver
2016 Denver Colorado
2017 Utah Colorado
2018 Denver Colorado
2019 Utah Vermont

Men's Champions (Pre NCAA)

Season Champion Runner-UP
1950 Dartmouth
1951 Denver
1952 Denver
1953 Washington State

Men's Champions (NCAA)

Season Champion Runner-UP
1954 Denver Seattle
1955 Denver Dartmouth
1956 Denver Dartmouth
1957 Denver Colorado
1958 Dartmouth Denver
1959 Colorado Denver
1960 Colorado Denver
1961 Denver Middlebury
1962 Denver Colorado
1963 Denver Colorado
1964 Denver Dartmouth
1965 Denver Utah
1966 Denver Western State
1967 Denver Wyoming
1968 Wyoming Denver
1969 Denver Dartmouth
1970 Denver Dartmouth
1971 Denver Colorado
1972 Colorado Denver
1973 Colorado Wyoming
1974 Colorado Wyoming
1975 Colorado Vermont
1976 Colorado & Dartmouth N/A
1977 Colorado Wyoming
1978 Colorado Wyoming
1979 Colorado Utah
1980 Vermont Utah
1981 Utah Vermont
1982 Colorado Vermont

Women's Champions (AIAW)

Season Champion Runner-UP
1977 Dartmouth Utah
1978 Utah Middlebury
1979 Middlebury Colorado
1980 Middlebury Vermont
1981 Vermont Middlebury
1982 Colorado Wyoming

Men's Championships (NCAA)
Denver 14, Colorado 11, Dartmouth 2, Utah 1, Vermont 1, Wyoming 1.

Men's Championships (NCAA & Others)
Denver 16, Colorado 11, Dartmouth 3, Utah 1, Vermont 1, Washington State 1, Wyoming 1.

Women's Championships (AIAW)
Middlebury 2, Colorado 1, Dartmouth 1, Utah 1, Vermont 1.

Coed Championships (NCAA)
Utah 11, Denver 10, Colorado 8, Vermont 5, Dartmouth 1, New Mexico 1, Wyoming 1.

Total Championships (NCAA Only)
Denver 24, Colorado 19, Utah 12, Vermont 6, Dartmouth 3, Wyoming 2, New Mexico 1.

Total Championships (NCAA & AIAW)
Denver 24, Colorado 20, Utah 13, Vermont 7, Dartmouth 3, Middlebury 2, Wyoming 2, New Mexico 1.

Total Championships (NCAA, AIAW, & Others)
Denver 26, Colorado 20, Utah 13, Vermont 7, Dartmouth 5, Middlebury 2, Wyoming 2, New Mexico 1, Washington State 1.

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