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RMISA Season Awards Handed Out

Saturday, March 5, 2022 • by Curtis Snyder, RMISA

BOULDER, Colo.—The final regular season awards were handed out by the RMISA Monday.

The RMISA awards regular season champions, eight MVPs, recognizes the Regional Individual Champions and honors the All-RMISA team.

Utah won the regular season championship and swept all categories except for Men's Nordic, which Denver won. Utah won the Overall award, the men's honor, the women's honor, the overall alpine award, the overall Nordic Award and the other three team awards, women's alpine, men's alpine and women's Nordic.

RMISA MVP's were also led by Utah, which took home three of the eight honors with Denver taking home two, Montana State two and Colorado one. The Bobcats swept the women's slalom honors with Nellie Talbot winning the GS MVP and Kristiane Bekkestad the slalom MVP. The men's GS MVP was Colorado's Filip Forejtek while Utah's Wilhelm Normannseth won the slalom MVP. On the Nordic side, Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger swetp the women's classic and freestyle awards and Denver swept the men's awards with Andreas Kirkeng winning the classic MVP and Bernhard Flaschberger winning the freestyle honor.

Those seven were also named All-RMISA. The All-RMISA team consists of at least five first and second team members and new in 2022, an honorable mention selection. The first and second team is based on the final NCAA Qualification list with the first five (or six if there's a tie between slalom and GS ranking or a tie on the overall Nordic list) on the first team and next five or six on the second team. The honorable mention is then any skier ranked in the top 10 on the final discipline qualification seeding lists.

Women's Alpine
First Team: Kristiane Bekkestad, MSU; Denise Dingsleder, WMC; Eveline Fredricsson, WMC; Katie Hensen, DU; Nellie Talbot, MSU; Julia Toiviainen, WMC
Second Team: Madison Hoffman, UU; Kaja Norbye, UU; Katie Parker, UU; Eleri Smart, DU; Galena Wardle, DU
Honorable Mention: Emma Hammergaard, CU; Sona Moravcikova, UU; Hannah Saethereng, WMC; Katie Vesterstein, UU

Men's Alpine
First Team: Filip Forejtek, CU; Francesco Gori, WMC; Tobias Kogler, DU; Wilhelm Normannseth, UU; Riley Seger, MSU
Second Team: Jacob Dilling, CU; Henry Heayden, MSU; Joachim Lein, UU; Leon Nikic, UAA; Mikkel Solbakken, WMC
Honorable Mention: Cooper Cornelius, DU; Louis Fausa, CU; Simon Fournier, DU; Jeremy Mathers, UU; Gustav Vollo, UU

Women's Nordic First Team: Hanna Abrahamsson, CU; Sophia Laulki, UU; Novie McCabe, UU; Sydney Palmer-Leger, UU; Mariel Pulles, UAF
Second Team: Abby Jarzin, UU; Karolina Kaleta, CU; Kendall Kramer, UAF; Julia Richter, UU; Astrid Stav, UAA
Honorable Mention: Tuva Bygrave, UAA; Karianne Dengerud, UU; Anna-Maria Dietze, CU

Men's Nordic
First Team: Magnus Boee, CU; Bernhard Flaschberger, DU; Luke Jager, UU; Andreas Kirkeng, DU; J.C. Schoonmaker, UAA
Second Team: Joe Davies, UAF; Walker Hall, UU; Samuel Hendry, UU; Will Koch, CU; Bjorn Riksaasen, UU
Honorable Mention: Ole Marius Kirkeng, DU; Espen Persen, UAA; Sigurd Roenning, UAA

The Regional Individual Champions are the winners of the races at the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional. Winners this season were Julia Toivianinen, WMC (women's GS), Tobias Kogler, DU (men's GS), Denise Dingsleder, WMC (women's slalom), Francesco Gori, WMC (men's slalom), Andreas Kirkeng, DU (men's classic), Novie McCabe, UU (women's classic), Luke Jager, UU (women's freestyle) and McCabe (women's freestyle).

The RMISA recognizes all the NCAA Qualifiers across the league. This isn't necessarily the list who competes at the NCAA Championships, but all the skiers that actually qualified.

Alaska Anchorage
Women's Alpine: Ashleigh Alexander, Alyssa Hill
Men's Alpine: Leon Nikic, Didrik Nilsen
Women's Nordic: Tuva Bygrave, Pascale Paradis, Astrid Stav
Men's Nordic: Derek Dueling, Peter Hinds, Magnus Noroey, Espen Persen, Sigurd Roenning, J.C. Schoonmaker

Alaska Fairbanks
Women's Nordic: Kendall Kramer, Rosie Fordham, Mariel Pulles
Men's Nordic: Joe Davies, Christopher Kalev, Mike Ophoff

Colorado
Women's Alpine: Elena Exenberger, Emma Hammergaard, Kaitlyn Harsch, Magdalena Luczak
Men's Alpine: Jacob Dilling, Louis Fausa, Filip Forejtek, Joey Young
Women's Nordic: Hanna Abrahamsson, Anna-Maria Dietze, Karolina Kaleta, Weronika Kaleta
Men's Nordic: Magnus Boee, Oyvind Haugan, Will Koch, Alexander Maurer, Fredrik Nilsen

Denver
Women's Alpine: Nora Brand, Katie Hensen, Eleri Smart, Galena Wardle
Men's Alpine: Cooper Cornelius, Simon Fournier, Tobias Kogler, Tristan Lane, Cole Puckett, Trey Seymour
Women's Nordic: Emma Larson, Vera Norli, Hanna Ray
Men's Nordic: Bernhard Flaschberger, Andreas Kirkeng, Ole Marius Kirkeng, Elijah Weeing

Montana State
Women's Alpine: Kristiane Bekkestad, Ylva Falksete, Brynne Hitchcock, Nellie Talbot, Tegan Wold
Men's Alpine: Jamie Casselman, Henry Heaydon, Riley Seger, Dawson Yates
Women's Nordic: Sophia Mazzoni, Anna Pryce
Men's Nordic: Reed Godfrey, Kai Meyers

Utah
Women's Alpine: Madison Hoffman, Michelle Kerven, Sona Moracvikova, Kaja Norbye, Katie Parker, Josephine Selvaag, Claire Timmermann, Katie Vesterstein
Men's Alpine: Bjorn Brudevoll, Joachim Lein, Jeremy Mathers, Wilhelm Normannseth, Oliver Parazette, Gustav Voello
Women's Nordic: Karianne Dengerud, Abby Jarzin, Sophia Laluki, Novie McCabe, Sydney Palmer-Leger, Julia Richter
Men's Nordic: Brian Buskey, Walker Hall, Samuel Hendry, Luke Jager, Noel Keefe, Bjorn Riksaasen

Westminster
Women's Alpine: Denise Dingsleder, Eveline Fredricsson, Henriette Resen, Hannah Saethereng, Giulia Tintorri, Julia Toiviainen, Lana Zbasnik
Men's Alpine: Francesco Galdiolo, Francesco Gori, Joachim Mjelde, Mikkel Solbakken

Lastly the Skiers of the Meet were finalized. The Skiers of the Meet are the top skier by NCAA Qualification points per meet all season long. This season for the RMISA Invitational on the Nordic side, the extra qualifier at the U.S. National Championships replaced the cancelled race in Alaska. Skiers can only win one time.

Nordic Women
Utah Invitational - Sydney Palmer-Leger, Utah
MSU Invitational - Novie Mccabe, Utah
UAF Invitational - Hanna Abrahamsson, Colorado
RMISA Invitational - Abby Jarzin, Utah
RMISA Championships - Sophia Laulki, Utah

Nordic Men
Utah Invitational - J.C. Schoonmaker, Alaska Anchorage
Montana State Invitational - Bernhard Flaschberger, Denver
UAF Invitational - Andreas Kirkeng, Denver
RMISA Invitational - Magnus Boee, Colorado
RMISA Championships - Luke Jager, Utah

Alpine Women
MSU Invitational - Katie Parker, Utah (1/4)
RMISA Invitational - Katie Hensien, Denver (1/2)
Utah Invitational - Denise Dingsleder, Westminster (3/6)
DU Invitational - Sona Moravcikova, Utah (4/5)
RMISA Championships - Kaja Norbye, Utah (3/9)
RMISA Alpine Qualifiers - Eveline Fredricsson, Westminster (2/5)

Alpine Men
MSU Invitational - Mikkel Solbakken, Westminster (3/4)
RMISA Invitational - Wilhelm Normannseth, Utah (4/6)
Utah Invitational - Filip Forejtek, Colorado (1/2)
DU Invitational - Jacob Dilling, Colorado (2/6)
RMISA Championships - Francesco Gori, Westminster (1/7)
RMISA Alpine Qualifiers - Joachim Lien, Utah (1/4)

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