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Utah's Lien, Colorado's Tommy Win Giant Slalom at Utah Invitational, Utes Lead

Saturday, February 22, 2020 • by Brooke Frederickson, RMISA

PARK CITY, Utah—Utah's Joachim Lien and Colorado's Mikaela Tommy won the giant slalom races at the Utah Invitational on Saturday afternoon and the Utes increased their lead at their home meet.

Team Scores
  1. Utah, 584
  2. Colorado, 430.5 (-153.5)
  3. Denver, 418.5 (-165.5)
  4. Alaska Anchorage, 411 (-173)
  5. Montana State, 361 (-223)
  6. Alaska Fairbanks, 195 (-389)
  7. Wyoming, 132 (-452)
  8. Westminster, 113 (-471)
  9. Colorado Mountain, 59 (-525)
Women's Giant Slalom
  1. Mikaela Tommy, CU
  2. Eirin Engeset, UU
  3. Katie Parker, UU
  4. Stef Fleckenstein, CU
  5. Sona Moravcikova, UU
  6. Storm Klomhaus, DU
  7. Andrea Komsic, DU
  8. Julia Toiviainen, WMC
  9. Lana Zasnik, WMC
  10. Henriette Resen, WMC
  • Utah won the team scoring with 100 points.
  • Colorado's Mikaela Tommy has won all four giant slalom races this season.
  • Utah's Eirin Engeset is tied for second in the league with three podium finishes this year.
  • Utah's Katie Parker earned a career-best with her third-place run.
  • Colorado's Stef Fleckenstein and Tommy are tied for the league lead with six top-five finishes this year.
  • Denver's Storm Klomhaus has three top-five finishes this year in her four races.
Men's Giant Slalom
  1. Joachim Lien, UU
  2. Filip Forejetek, CU
  3. Addison Dvoracek, UU
  4. Tobias Kogler, DU
  5. Louis Muhlen-Schulte, MSU
  6. Joachim Mjelde, WMC
  7. Riley Seger, MSU
  8. Gustav Voello, UU
  9. Joseph Young, CU
  10. Tomas Birkner, UU
  • Utah won the team scoring with 97 points.
  • Utah's Joachim Lien leads the league with three race wins. This was his first career giant slalom win.
  • Colorado's Filip Forejetek finished tied his career-best finish and earned his second career podium.
  • Utah's Addison Dvoracek is tied for the league lead with four podium finishes.
  • Denver's Tobias Kogler is tied for second in the league with five top-five finishes this year.
  • Montana State's Louis Muhlen-Schulte earned his first top-five finish of the season, fourth of his career.

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