BOULDER—A total of 40 skiers were honored on the All-RMISA team, the league announced Tuesday.
The teams are determined by the final NCAA Qualification lists that are used to select skiers to represent their schools at the NCAA Championships. Skiers 1-5 on the final list are named first-team All-RMISA and skiers 6-10 are named second-team All-RMISA.
RMISA regular season and postseason champion Utah ran away with the honors, earning 14 total honors, including nine first-team honors. Colorado and Westminster were next with six overall selections, followed by Denver and Montana State with five each. Alaska Anchorage had three and Alaska Fairbanks one. For first-team honors, behind Utah was Montana State with three, followed by Alaska Anchorage, Colorado, Denver and Westminster all with two apiece.
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|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|
|Mar. 8||Record 138 Named To National Academic Team|