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Utah Continues To Lead NCAA Championships

Friday, March 11, 2022 • by Curtis Snyder, RMISA

PARK CITY, Utah—Utah continues to lead after the slalom races took place here at Park City Mountain Resort Friday at the NCAA Ski Championships.

The team results remained tight among the top four teams with the Utes leading with 405 points, with second through fourth places then just 9.5 points apart. Vermont is second with 377.5 points, Denver third with 372.5 and Colorado fourth with 368.

Other RMISA teams include Westminster in fifth, Montana State in sixth, Alaska Anchorage in ninth and Alaska Fairbanks in 12th.

In the men's race, Vermont went 1-3 with Utah's Gustav Vollo the top RMISA finisher in second. Denver's Simon Fournier finished fourth and Westminter's Francesco Gori tied for fifth, all earning first-team All-America honors.

Vermont won the race with 89 points followed by Utah with 77.5, Colorado with 62 and Denver with 53.5.

Denver's Katie Hensien won the women's race as the RMISA took the five of the top six spots. Westminster's Evelina Fredricsson was second and Denise Dingsleder was fifth and Montana State's Kristiane Bekkestad was fourth, all picking up first-team All-America honors.

Westminster won the race with 83 points with Denver (70), Montana State (57) and Vermont (53.5) all hitting the 50-point mark.

The NCAA Championships close out Saturday with the 20K men's and 15K women's freestyle races. Action gets underway at 9:30 a.m.

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