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2013 RMISA Regular Season Team Standings
Through February 10, 2013 (FINAL)
 
 AlpineNordic 
 Giant SlalomSlalomFreestyleClassical 
Rank  SchoolMen Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Total Points 
1.  Colorado
387 
449 
437 
404 
405 
512 
424 
480 
3,498 
2.  Denver
477 
444½ 
447 
393 
350 
377 
336 
402 
3,226½ 
3.  Utah
386 
418 
272 
373 
490 
357 
505 
413 
3,215 
4.  New Mexico
398 
353 
479 
362 
336 
378 
344 
334½ 
2,984½ 
5.  Montana State
300 
325½ 
293 
309 
367 
364 
348 
342½ 
2,649 
6.  Alaska Anchorage
245 
300 
262 
273 
392 
365 
385 
390 
2,642 
7.  Westminster
371 
178 
315 
197 
0 
0 
0 
0 
1,061 
8.  Wyoming
0 
0 
0 
0 
122 
101 
180 
125 
528 
9.  Colorado Mountain College
39 
79 
56 
76 
0 
0 
0 
0 
250 

Men's Alpine Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Denver
924 
2.  New Mexico
877 
3.  Colorado
824 
4.  Westminster
686 
5.  Utah
658 
6.  Montana State
593 
7.  Alaska Anchorage
507 
8.  Colorado Mountain College
95 
9.  Wyoming
0 
Women's Alpine Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Colorado
853 
2.  Denver
837½ 
3.  Utah
791 
4.  New Mexico
715 
5.  Montana State
634½ 
6.  Alaska Anchorage
573 
7.  Westminster
375 
8.  Colorado Mountain College
155 
9.  Wyoming
0 
Combined Alpine Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Denver
1,761½ 
2.  Colorado
1,677 
3.  New Mexico
1,592 
4.  Utah
1,449 
5.  Montana State
1,227½ 
6.  Alaska Anchorage
1,080 
7.  Westminster
1,061 
8.  Colorado Mountain College
250 
9.  Wyoming
0 

Men's Nordic Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Utah
995 
2.  Colorado
829 
3.  Alaska Anchorage
777 
4.  Montana State
715 
5.  Denver
686 
6.  New Mexico
680 
7.  Wyoming
302 
8.  Westminster
0 
9.  Colorado Mountain College
0 
Women's Nordic Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Colorado
992 
2.  Denver
779 
3.  Utah
770 
4.  Alaska Anchorage
755 
5.  New Mexico
712½ 
6.  Montana State
706½ 
7.  Wyoming
226 
8.  Westminster
0 
9.  Colorado Mountain College
0 
Combined Nordic Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Colorado
1,821 
2.  Utah
1,765 
3.  Alaska Anchorage
1,532 
4.  Denver
1,465 
5.  Montana State
1,421½ 
6.  New Mexico
1,392½ 
7.  Wyoming
528 
8.  Colorado Mountain College
0 
9.  Westminster
0 

Combined Men's Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Utah
1,653 
2.  Colorado
1,653 
3.  Denver
1,610 
4.  New Mexico
1,557 
5.  Montana State
1,308 
6.  Alaska Anchorage
1,284 
7.  Westminster
686 
8.  Wyoming
302 
9.  Colorado Mountain College
95 
Combined Women's Standings
Rank  SchoolPoints 
1.  Colorado
1,845 
2.  Denver
1,616½ 
3.  Utah
1,561 
4.  New Mexico
1,427½ 
5.  Montana State
1,341 
6.  Alaska Anchorage
1,328 
7.  Westminster
375 
8.  Wyoming
226 
9.  Colorado Mountain College
155 

Pursuant to RMISA bylaw 6.A.1-7, the RMISA recognizes the RMISA Conference regular season team champions. The award is based on combining the points for all meets prior to the Regional Championship and will be presented at the RMISA Regional banquet. Additionally, recognized will be the menís combined regular season team champion, the womenís combined regular season team champion, the menís alpine regular season team champion, the womenís alpine regular season team champion, the menís nordic regular season team champion and the womenís nordic regular season team champion.
 


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