INDIANAPOLIS—Three RMISA schools have been announced as hosts for future NCAA Championships. Colorado will host the 2018 NCAA Championship with Montana State hosting in 2020 and Utah hosting in 2022.
The Buffaloes are up first on March 7-10, 2018, with the Nordic races and the slalom race being decided at Howelsen Hill and the giant slalom on Mount Werner in Steamboat Springs, Colo. The night slalom at Howelsen Hill is one of the notable events held when CU hosts. Colorado last hosted in 2016.
The Bobcats are up in 2020 from March 11-14. The Nordic races will be held at Bohart Ranch Cross Country Ski Center with the alpine races at Bridger Bowl. Montana State last hosted in 2012.
The Utes will host from March 9-12, 2022. Utah has recently competed in alpine at both Snowbasin and Park City Resort, while Nordic events are held at Soldier Hollow. The Utes last hosted in 2014.
Other ski championship site announced this week by the NCAA were Vermont (2019) and Middlebury (2021) from the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association. Traditionally, host sites rotate every other year between a Western site and an Eastern site.
|Jan. 13||Utah's Jordheim, Alaska Anchorage's Roenning Win Classic Races at CU Invite|
|Jan. 12||Utah's Jordheim, UNM's Groev Win Freestyle at Colorado Invitational|
|Jan. 11||Utah's Remme Wins Women's Slalom at Colorado Invitational|
|Jan. 10||Denver's Norbye, Kogler Win Giant Slalom Races at Colorado Invitational|
|Jan. 9||Utah's Dvoracek, Denver's Norbye Win RMISA Giant Slalom Qualifiers|
|Jan. 8||RMISA Opens 2019 Season|