RMISA Championships

RMISA Champions

The RMISA Champion is awarded each season at the annual RMISA Championships meet, which normally doubles as the NCAA Western Regional. The RMISA was founded in 1950, four years before becoming a sanctioned sport by the NCAA. From 1950-82, a men's champion was awarded. In 1977, women's skiing became an RMISA sport, six years before being recognized by the NCAA. Starting in 1983 when women's sports became part of the NCAA, the sport became coed and thus a coed champion was recognized from the RMISA, as well.

Coed Champions

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

Men's Champions

Season Champion Runner-UP
1950 Denver Western State
1951 Denver Utah
1952 Denver Utah
1953 Western State Denver
1954 Denver Utah
1955 Denver Colorado
1956 Denver Idaho
1957 Denver Colorado
1958 Denver Colorado
1959 Colorado Denver
1960 Colorado Denver
1961 Denver Colorado
1962 Colorado Denver
1963 Colorado Denver
1964 Western State Denver
1965 Denver Utah
1966 Denver Utah
1967 Denver Wyoming
1968 Wyoming Denver
1969 Colorado Denver
1970 Denver Colorado
1971 Denver Colorado
1972 Colorado Denver
1973 Colorado Denver
1974 Colorado Denver
1975 Colorado Utah
1976 Colorado Wyoming
1977 Wyoming Colorado
1978 Wyoming Colorado
1979 Colorado Utah
1980 Utah Colorado
1981 Utah Colorado
1982 Utah Colorado

Women's Champions

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

Men's Championships
Denver 14, Colorado 11, Utah 3, Wyoming 3, Western State 2.

Women's Championships
Colorado 2, Utah 2, Wyoming 2.

Coed Championships
Colorado 15, Utah 12, Denver 4, New Mexico 2, Wyoming 1.

Total Championships (championship meets)
Colorado 28, Denver 18, Utah 17, Wyoming 4, New Mexico 2, Western State 2.

Total Championships (with regular season)
Colorado 34, Utah 21, Denver 20, Wyoming 4, New Mexico 3, Western State 2.

RMISA Regular Season Champions

The RMISA has recognized a regular season champion since 2006. The regular season champion is determined by the accumulation of meet points for each regular season meet prior to the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional. Additional, recognized at the annual RMISA Championship banquet are regular season point leaders for Alpine, Nordic, Men, Women, Men's Alpine, Women's Alpine, Men's Nordic and Women's Nordic. Click on the season to view the complete standings for that season.

Season Champion Points Alpine Nordic Men Women M-Alpine W-Alpine M-Nordic W-Nordic
2006 Colorado 2,299.5 Colorado Colorado Denver Colorado New Mexico Colorado Denver Colorado
2007 Denver 2,214.5 Denver Denver Denver Colorado New Mexico Colorado Denver Montana State
2008 Colorado 2,240 Denver Colorado Denver Colorado Denver Colorado Denver Colorado
2009 Colorado 2,161 New Mexico Colorado Colorado Alaska Anchorage Denver New Mexico Colorado Denver
2010 New Mexico 3,483 New Mexico Colorado New Mexico Denver New Mexico New Mexico Colorado Denver
2011 Utah 3,510 New Mexico Colorado Colorado Utah New Mexico Utah Colorado Utah
2012 Utah 3,554 Utah Utah Utah Utah Denver Utah Utah Alaska Anchorage
2013 Colorado 3,498 Denver Colorado Utah Colorado Denver Colorado Utah Colorado
2014 Denver 2,608.5 Denver Denver Denver Denver Denver Utah Denver Denver
2015 Colorado 2,481 Denver Colorado Denver Utah Denver Denver Colorado Utah
2016 Utah 2,525 Denver Utah Colorado Utah Colorado Denver Utah Utah
2017 Utah 2,482.5 Denver Utah Denver Colorado Colorado Denver Denver Colorado
2018 Colorado 2,603 Denver Colorado Colorado Colorado Denver Denver Utah Colorado

Most Regular Season Championships: Colorado 6, Utah 4, Denver 2, New Mexico 1.
Most Alpine Championships: Denver 8, New Mexico 3, Colorado 1, Utah 1.
Most Nordic Championships: Colorado 8, Utah 3, Denver 2.
Most Men's Championships: Denver 6, Colorado 4, Utah 2, New Mexico 1.
Most Women's Championships: Colorado 6, Utah 4, Denver 2, Alaska Anchorage 1.
Most Men's Alpine Championships: Denver 7, New Mexico 4, Colorado 2.
Most Women's Alpine Championships: Colorado 4, Denver 4, Utah 3, New Mexico 2.
Most Men's Nordic Championships: Denver 5, Colorado 4, Utah 4.
Most Women's Nordic Championships: Colorado 5, Denver 3, Utah 3, Alaska Anchorage 1, Montana State 1.

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