BOULDER—Colorado's Magnus Boee and Utah's Novie McCabe were named the RMISA Skiers of the Meet for the RMISA Invitational at Utah earlier in the week.
McCabe, new to college skiing, got her career off to an impressive beginning by finishing first in the women's 5K freestyle race and third in the women's 15K classic race at Soldier Hollow. She narrowly beat out teammate Sydney Palmer-Leger for the award, as they flipped spots with Palmer-Leger winning the classic race and finishing third in the freestyle.
Boee, like McCabe, won the men's 10K freestyle race before finishing fourth in the 20K classic race the following day.
Winners are determined by adding the NCAA Qualification points together, which is based on finishing placement. In the case of a tie, like with McCabe and Palmer-Leger, the combined times of the two races will be taken into account. McCabe won the freestyle race by 24.4 seconds and had a 26.3 advantage over Palmer-Leger, who in turn won the classic race by 7.8 and had an 17.3 second advantage over McCabe.
Nordic teams continue action Friday at the DU Invitational in Minturn, with 7.5K freestyle races on tap, followed by a 7.5/10K classic race on Saturday.
|Aug. 27||RMISA Releases 2022 Schedule|
|Apr. 9||Havlick, Hendrickson Named RMISA Coaches of the Year|
|Mar. 13||Utah Wins 2021 NCAA Championship as Boee and Palmer-Leger Sweep Nordic Events|
|Mar. 12||DU's Smart Wins Third National Title, Utah Continues to Lead at NCAA Championships|
|Mar. 11||Utah Sweeps Women's Podium and Takes Overall Lead at Nationals; Boee and Palmer Leger Win Classic Titles|
|Mar. 10||Gray, Solbakken Win GS National Titles; Montana State And Westminster Lead|