NCAA Announces RMISA Selections For Championships

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 • by Brooke Frederickson, RMISA

INDIANAPOLIS—The RMISA teams have announced their NCAA championship participants, released today by the NCAA. The 2018 NCAA Championships will be hosted by Colorado in Steamboat Springs from March 7-10.

Each team will send a full complement of 12 skiers (or six skiers in the case of Nordic-only Alaska Fairbanks). Alternates are available in case of injury or illness.

RMISA schools have won 56 of the 65 NCAA Championships held. Denver leads the NCAA with 23 team titles, followed by Colorado with 19 and Utah with 11. Wyoming (2) and New Mexico (1) have also won championships for the RMISA. Colorado, Denver and Utah have been the top three teams at the past three NCAA Championships with the Utes winning the 2017 title.

Several student-athletes will be looking to defend individual titles. Utah’s Martin Bergstroem won the men’s freestyle and classic championships last year. Colorado’s David Ketterer was the men’s slalom and giant slalom national champion while the Buffs’ Petra Hyncicova won the women’s classic and freestyle races last season. Montana State’s Benedicte Lyche was last year’s women’s giant slalom champion. Other skiers who have won NCAA titles in past years include Denver’s Linn Eriksen (2016 15-km classic) and Utah’s Julie Mohagen (2016 slalom).

Men’s Alpine
Ola Buer Johansen, Colorado
Addison Dvoracek, Montana State
Vegard Busengdal, New Mexico
Garret Driller, Montana State
Tobias Kogler, Denver
Sam Dupratt, Utah
Alex Leever, Denver
Morten Bakke, Montana State
David Ketterer, Colorado
Jett Seymour, Denver
Rob Greig, New Mexico
Tyler Theis, New Mexico
Max Luukko, Colorado
Linus Walch, Utah
Huston Philp, Utah
Dominic Unterberger, Alaska Anchorage
Anthony Naciuk, Alaska Anchorage
Erik Cruz, Alaska Anchorage

Women’s Alpine
Tonje Healey Trulsrud, Colorado
Nora Grieg Christensen, Colorado
Katharine Irwin, New Mexico
Amelia Smart, Denver
Andrea Komsic, Denver
Ann-Kathrin Breuning, Utah
Tuva Norbye, Denver
Kari Hole, Montana State
Charley Field, Alaska Anchorage
Rebecca Fiegl, New Mexico
Stephanie Gartner, Montana State
Benedicte Lyche, Montana State
Julie Flo Mohagen, Utah
Georgia Burgess, Alaska Anchorage
Haley Cutler, New Mexico
Isabella Fidjeland, Colorado
Alix Wells, Alaska Anchorage
Sabine Krautgasser, Utah

Men’s Nordic
Martin Bergström, Utah
Dag Frode Trolleboe, Denver
Alvar Alev, Colorado
Petter Reistad, Colorado
Eivind Kvaale, Denver
Håkon Hjelstuen, Utah
Bjørn Riksaasen, Utah
Erik Axelsson, Montana State
Karsten Hokanson, Montana State
Sondre Bollum, Colorado
Sindre Tungesvik, New Mexico
Erland Nydal, New Mexico
Seiji Takagi, Alaska Fairbanks
Max Donaldson, Alaska Fairbanks
Eli Jensen, Montana State
Toomas Kollo, Alaska Anchorage
Lars Hannah, Denver
Ricardo Izquierdo-Bernier, New Mexico
Marcus Deuling, Alaska Anchorage
Nick Lovett, Alaska Fairbanks
Zackarias Toresson, Alaska Anchorage

Women’s Nordic
Guro Jordheim, Utah
Petra Hyncicova, Colorado
Linn Eriksen, Denver
Anne Siri Lervik, Colorado
Christina Rolandsen, Colorado
Jasmi Joensuu, Denver
Hailey Swirbul, Alaska Anchorage
Emma Tarbath, Montana State
Leah Lange, Utah
Taeler McCrerey, Denver
Mariah Bredal, Utah
Johanna Taliharm, Montana State
Anna Fake, Montana State
Andrea Klementová, New Mexico
Natalie Hynes, Alaska Anchorage
Ann-Cathrin Uhl, Alaska Fairbanks
Anna Darnell, Alaska Fairbanks
Brenna Egan, New Mexico
Kati Roivas, Alaska Fairbanks
Sadie Fox, Alaska Anchorage
Carolyn Lucca, New Mexico

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