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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 12, 2015 10:55 am

UMF Ski Team Preview

January 9, 2015

FARMINGTON, Maine -- The University of Maine at Farmington Ski Team opens its 2015 season with a new coach at the helm. Scott Hoisington '79 enters his first season as the head coach of the UMF ski/snowboard team.

UMF opens this weekend with two Thompson Division Slalom races at Sunday River. The team returns to Sunday River in February for another round of the Thompson races. The schedule calls for two appearances at Titcomb, one stop at Black Mountain, Sugarloaf, Lost Valley, and Hermon Mountain before heading to the Regionals, hosted at West Mountain in Queensbury, N.Y.

Sean McCoy and Sebastien Dumont, marked as last season's qualifiers at the United States Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association (USCSA) National Championships, return for the 2015 season. In addition to Dumont, Samuel Ricker and Alex Rose round out the senior class.

The junior class includes McCoy, William Asbell, Marisa Hanning, Lindsey Jacques, and Ashley Lapoint. Matt Lufulos is the team's only sophomore. UMF has eight new faces with newcomers Krystal Blood,Alisha Labbe, Marissa Lagassey, Ellie Pinto, Isabel Smith, Alex Stevens, Jacob Violett, and Jared Whirty.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:32 am

ALPINE SKI PROGRAM HAS TALENT HEADING INTO 2015 SEASON

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College alpine ski head coach Danny Noyes will have all four of his NCAA skiers from last year returning when the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association carnival season begins Friday.

The Mules will compete in the Bates College Carnival at Sunday River on Friday and Saturday.

Noyes, back for his eighth year with the Mules, had a full team of three women at the NCAA Skiing Championships and Colby had a great showing. The Mules finished sixth in the country, trailing only scholarship schools.

Sophomore Mardi Haskell (Holdnerness, N.H.) came to Colby with a terrific skiing background and she did not disappoint in her first year. Haskell was the EISA Rookie of the Year and earned All-East First Team honors. She placed second in the slalom at the Eastern Championships and was 12th in the event at the NCAA meet.

Haskell will be a co-captain for the women's team with senior Jeanne Barthold (Lyme, N.H.). Barthold had a sixth in the giant slalom at the Eastern Championships and was 23rd in each event at the NCAA meet.

Junior Paige Whistler (Kentfield, Calif.) was the other skier at the NCAA meet for the women last year. She had a breakout season, placing sixth in the Eastern meet in the slalom and 17th in the giant slalom. Whistler was 17th in the slalom at the national meet.

"We do have all four of our NCAA qualifiers back, with all three ladies," Noyes said. "Sierra Leavitt also had a very strong December and could make a big move."

Leavitt (Casco, Maine) and fellow junior Destrey Enders (Pleasant View, Utah) both have had fine finishes in their Colby careers. Leavitt came up big at the Eastern Championships with a sixth in the slalom. Colby finished second in the slalom and in a tie for second in the giant slalom at the EISA meet.

Ryanne Daley (Sudbury, Mass.) and Caroline Winslow (Manchester, Mass) are first-years looking to make an impact with the Colby women.

Mike Boardman (Pelham, N.H.) came on strong for the men's team and made the NCAA meet in his first year. He took 10th in the giant slalom and 18th in the slalom at the Eastern Championships.

Senior Craig Marshall (Carrabassett Valley, Maine) and junior Sam Glaisher (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) will co-captain the men's team. Marshall has skied in the NCAA meet in the past and looks to close out his Colby career on a high note.

"Mike Boardman is skiing some great giant slalom and Craig Marshall is a threat in both disciplines," Noyes said.

Sophomore Kieran Adams (Park City, Utah) also returns to the men's team. Noyes will have three first-year threats in Michael Ferri (Killington, Vt.), Cam Price (Rutland, Vt.), and Max Richard (Farmington, Maine).

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:33 am

YOUNG NORDIC SKI TEAMS READY TO START SEASON

WATERVILLE, Maine --- The Colby College Nordic ski program has two competitions in one at the season-opening Bates College Carnival at Black Mountain on Friday.

The regular Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) competition will take place Friday and Saturday. However, Friday also will be the Chummy Broomhall Cup for the Maine Collegiate Ski Championships.

Colby head coach Tracey Cote, back for her 16th year with the Mules, will return two of the better women's skiers in the EISA in sophomores Amy Bianco (Ely, Minn.) and Olivia Amber (Lake Nebagamon, Wis.).

Bianco and Amber both had the luxury of making the NCAA Skiing Championships in their first year at Colby. Bianco came into the national meet after placing fifth in the 5-kilometer classic and 10th in the 15K free skate mass start at the Eastern meet. Amber placed 16th in the 15K event at the EISA meet.

"We have less NCAA spots in our region this year, so making nationals will take standout performances," Cote said. "We definitely have a few skiers capable of those results and performances this season."

Junior Kim Bourne (Lake Elmo, Minn.) competed at U.S. Nationals recently and had some personal-best performances. Bourne and Bianco will be co-captains for the women's team.

Alice Hotopp (Bethel, Maine) is the lone senior on the women's squad. Juniors Emma Wood (Harpswell, Maine), Jenna Hill (Jackson, N.H.), and Mackenzie Hitchcock (Lanesboro, Mass.) also return. Sophomores Kat Chenail (Williamstown, Mass.) and Emily Held (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) are back and will be joined by first-years Vivian Hawkinson (Salem, Ore.) and Anna Ramsey (Woodstock, Vt.).

Cam Regan (Cumberland, Maine) and Jonah Belk (Hanover, N.H.) are co-captains for the men's team. Belk just recently had some strong finishes at U.S. Nationals.

Jeff Tucker (Elkins, N.H.) won a time trial last weekend and should be one of Colby's best classic skiers. Silas Eastman (Chatham, N.H.) and Calvin Wight (Concord, Mass.) also will be scorers for the Mules. Eastman was 18th and Tucker took 20th in the 10K classic at the Eastern meet last year.

Chris Burnham (Carlisle, Mass.) and Belk are the lone seniors on the men's team. Junior Taylor Pearlman (Granville, Ohio) and sophomores Jackson Hall (Yarmouth, Maine) and George Voigt (Norwich, Vt.) are also returning.

Cote has five first-years on the men's side. Andrew Egger (Minneapolis, Minn.), Gabe Forest (Madison, Wis.), Ian Liphart (Ashland, Wis.), Hudson McNamee (Carbondale, Colo.), and Sam Sinkler (Minneapolis, Minn.) will look to make an immediate impact.

"With a very young team, I'm looking for continuing improvement through the season," Cote said. "In Nordic skiing and endurance sports in general, being older is key. This experience will help them as they become a top team in the near future."

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 17, 2015 11:10 am

COLBY'S AMBER, EASTMAN WIN MAINE STATE NORDIC TITLES

RUMFORD, Maine --- The Colby College Nordic program finished one point shy of the Chummy Broomhall Cup, but Olivia Amber and Silas Eastman each won Maine State titles by finishing in first place at the Bates College Carnival on Black Mountain.

The Broomhall Cup is for the Maine schools in the carnival. Bates College won the event and was followed by Colby, Bowdoin College, and Maine-Presque Isle.

Amber and Eastman each won their first Maine titles. Amber was the women's champion in a time of 49 minutes, 46.8 seconds in the 15-kilometer mass start, while Eastman started the season off with a men's title in 1:01:27.9 in the 20K mass start.

Amber finished in fifth overall among the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association skiers. Eastman was 13th overall among the collegiate skiers. The Colby women finished in seventh out of 14 schools, while the men took 10th of 14.

Amy Bianco finished 16th with a 51:53.7 for the Colby women. Calvin Wight took 39th for the men in 1:03:36.0.

Women's team scores
1. Vermont 114; 2. Middlebury 109; 3. New Hampshire 97; 4. Bates 82; 5. Car 75 and Dartmouth 75; 7. Colby 73; 8. Williams 55; 9. Harvard 54; 10. Bowdoin 32; 11. St. Lawrence 28; 12. Laval 12; 13. Maine-Presque Isle 11; 14. St. Michael's 5
Colby women's results
5. Olivia Amber 49:46.8; 16. Amy Bianco 51:53.7; 53. Kim Bourne 56:27.3; 54. Mackenzie Hitchcock 56:39.0; 63. Alice Hotopp 58:16.8; 77. Kat Chenail 1:01:43.9

Men's team scores
1. Dartmouth 125; 2. Vermont 98; 3. Car 84; 4. New Hampshire 81; 5. St. Lawrence 80; 6. Williams 67; 7. Middlebury 53; 8. Harvard 49 and Bowdoin 49; 10. Colby 47; 11. Laval 45; 12. Bates 28; 13. Maine-Presque Isle 8 and St. Michael's 8.
Colby men's results
13. Silas Eastman 1:01:27.9; 39. Calvin Wight 1:03:36.0; 48. Ian Liphart 1:04:26.2; 60. Chris Burnham 1:05:55.4; 62. Jeff Tucker 1:06:03.9; 64. Andrew Egger 1:06:28.1; 65. Jonah Belk 1:06:38.7

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 17, 2015 11:26 am

BARTHOLD, HASKELL, LEAVITT HELP ALPINE WOMEN PLACE THIRD

NEWRY, Maine --- Jeanne Barthold, Mardi Haskell, and Sierra Leavitt all had top-10 finishes for the Colby College women's alpine team to help the Mules place third as a team in the giant slalom at the Bates College Carnival at Sunday River on Friday.

Craig Marshall was the lone men's skier to finish both runs and placed 22nd.

Barthold, a senior co-captain along with Haskell, was Colby's top giant slalom skier last year and is off to a great start to 2015. Barthold finished in fourth place with runs of 1:08.03 and 1:07.23 for a two-run total time of 2:15.26.

Haskell, the EISA Rookie of the Year and All-East First Team skier, showed her versatility by placing sixth in 2:15.63 with runs of 1:09.40 and 1:06.23. Haskell was Colby's top slalom skier last year and will look for a big finish in Saturday's competition.

Leavitt made it three Colby skiers in the top nine by placing ninth in 2:15.82. She was 14th after the first run in 1:09.33 and moved up five spots after a 1:06.49 in the second run.

The Colby women had six skiers finish in the top 30. Destrey Enders had a 2:17.31 with her 1:10.15 and 1:07.16 to take 21st place. Meanwhile, Paige Whistler was 27th in 2:19.80 (1:11.45 and 1:08.35). Ryann Daley had a solid start to her collegiate career after placing 30th in 2:20.79.

University of Vermont won the competition with 122 points and was followed by Dartmouth College (118), and Colby (109) in the 12-team field.

Marshall had runs of 1:08.45 and 1:05.92 for a 2:14.37. The Mules end up 12th and last with just the one skier.

Women's giant slalom team scores
1. Vermont 122; 2. Dartmouth 118; 3. Colby 109; 4. New Hampshire 89; 5. Middlebury and Bates 74; 7. St. Lawrence 46; 8. Williams and St. Michael's 35; 10. Harvard and Colby-Sawyer 30; 12. Plymouth State 24
Colby women's results
4. Jeanne Barthold 2:15.26 (1:08.03, 1:07.23); 6. Mardi Haskell 2:15.63 (1:09.40, 1:06.23); 9. Sierra Leavitt 2:15.82 (1:09.33, 1:06.49); 21. Destrey Enders 2:17.31 (1:10.15, 1:07.16); 27. Paige Whistler 2:19.80 (1:11.45, 1:08.35); 30. Ryann Daley 2:20.79 (1:11.17, 1:09.62);

Men's giant slalom team scores
1. Middlebury 121; 2. Vermont 113; 3. Dartmouth 109; 4. New Hampshire 95; 5. Boston College 68; 6. Williams 63; 7. Plymouth State 53; 8. Saint Michael's 49; 9. St. Lawrence 43; 10. Bates 42; 11. Colby-Sawyer 22; 12. Colby 20
Colby men's results
22. Craig Marshall 2:14.37 (1:08.45, 1:05.92)

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 18, 2015 8:41 am

HASKELL, WHISTLER HELP COLBY WOMEN'S ALPINE TEAM TAKE THIRD

NEWRY, Maine --- Mardi Haskell capped off a big opening weekend by placing third in the slalom for the Colby College women's alpine ski team at Sunday River on Saturday.

Haskell was sixth in the giant slalom on Friday and topped that with runs of 53.47 and 54.46 for a two-run total time of 1:47.93. She helped the Mules finish with 95 points and place only behind University of Vermont (120) and Dartmouth College (112) in the 13-team field.

Paige Whistler earned a top-10 finish by taking 10th place with runs of 55.41 and 55.92 for a 1:51.33 total. Destrey Enders had another solid finish by taking 21st place and Ryann Daley took 30th place for the second day in a row.

First-year Max Richard placed 28th for the Colby men in 1:51.05. Michael Boardman was 37th for the Mules and Craig Marshall took 40th. Marshall had a 55.63 on his first run and was among the leaders, but had problems on his second trip.

Women's slalom team scores
1. Vermont 120; 2. Dartmouth 112; 3. Colby 95; 4. New Hampshire 93; 5. Bates 82; 6. Middlebury 74; 7. St. Lawrence 59; 8. Williams 44; 9. Colby-Sawyer 42; 10. Saint Michael's 34; 11. Plymouth State 19; 12. Boston College 17; 13. Harvard

Colby women's results
3. Mardi Haskell, 1:47.93 (53.47, 54.46); 10. Paige Whistler, 1:51.33 (55.41, 55.92); 21. Destrey Enders 1:53.30 (56.50, 56.80); 30. Ryann Daley 1:57.12 (58.71, 58.41)

Men's slalom team scores
1. Vermont 135; 2. Middlebury 99; 3. Dartmouth 92; 4. Williams 86; 5. Plymouth State 74; 6. New Hampshire 70; 7. Saint Michael's 59; 8. Boston College 60; 9. St. Lawrence 57; 10. Colby 35; 11. Colby-Sawyer 24

Colby men's results
28. Max Richard 1:51.05 (57.76, 53.29); 37. Michael Boardman 1:53.13 (57.85, 55.28); 40. Craig Marshall 1:57.22 (55.63, 1:01.59)

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 18, 2015 8:41 am

AMBER, WIGHT LEAD NORDIC SKI TEAMS AT BLACK MOUNTAIN

RUMFORD, Maine --- Olivia Amber placed 17th in the 5-kilometer free skate for the Colby College women and Calvin Wight was 31st to lead the men's team at Black Mountain on Saturday at the Bates College Carnival.

Amber had a time of 15 minutes, 3.1 seconds over the 5K course. Amy Bianco placed 40th for the Mules in 15:50.0. The Colby women finished in a tie for eighth place out of 13 teams.

Wight crossed the finish line in 26:09.4 to help the Colby men place 11th out of 14 squads.

Women's 5K free skate team scores
1. Middlebury 119; 2. Vermont 111; 3. New Hampshire and Dartmouth 95; 5. Bates 84; 6. Harvard 60; 7. Williams 56; 8. Colby and Bowdoin 47; 10. St. Lawrence 36; 11. Maine-Presque Isle 35; 12. Laval 20; 13. Saint Michael's 17
Colby women's results
17. Olivia Amber, 15:03.1; 40. Amy Bianco, 15:50.0; 46. Mackenzie Hitchcock, 16:43.1; 48. Kim Bourne, 16:44.8; 61. Alice Hotopp, 17:44.2; 62. Kat Chenail, 17:49.3
Men's 10K free skate team scores
1. Dartmouth 129; 2. Vermont 101; 3. New Hampshire 86; 4. CAR 78; 5. Middlebury and St. Lawrence 71; 7. Williams 70; 8. Harvard 61; 9. Bates 41; 10. Laval 39; 11. Colby 34; 12. Bowdoin 29; 13. Maine-Presque Isle and Saint Michael's 6
Colby men's results
31. Calvin Wight, 26:09.4; 42. Silas Eastman, 26:36.7; 46. Ian Liphart, 26:46.7; 59. Jeff Tucker, 27:53.2; 61. Jonah Belk, 27:58.8; 66. Andrew Egger, 28:31.6

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 18, 2015 9:03 am

Women's alpine places 5th in slalom at Bates Carnival

NEWRY, Maine -- The Bates alpine ski team placed four skiers within the top 16 out of 61 individuals, taking fifth place out of 12 squads in the women's slalom on Saturday to wrap up the Bates Carnival at Sunday River, the first stop on the 2015 Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association carnival circuit.

Bates' combined Nordic and alpine ski teams placed seventh out of 16 teams at the Bates Carnival with 433 points. The Bobcats trailed Colby by only seven and edged St. Lawrence by 13 points. The University of Vermont won the carnival with 914 points, with Dartmouth the runner-up with 854.

Bates sophomore Kelsey Chenoweth (Stowe, Vt.) led the Bobcats for the second straight day, tying for 10th place with Colby's Paige Whistler with a two-run combined time of 1:51.33, including the seventh-fastest first run of the day, 54.73 seconds.

First-year Sierra Ryder (Orinda, Calif.) had an outstanding college slalom debut, placing 13th in 1:51.60. Senior captain Emily Hayes (Natick, Mass.) came in 15th at 1:52.15 to complete Bates' scoring in the event, while first-year Hannah Johnson (Incline Village, Nev.) was 16th in 1:52.28.

Bates' men's alpine squad failed to score any carnival points in the slalom, with three men not finishing their first runs and junior captain Tanner Dirstine (Boise, Idaho) not finishing his second run.

Bates next competes at the UVM Carnival, starting with giant slalom racing on Friday morning at Stowe Mountain Resort.

Friday Recap

Kelsey Chenoweth placed 10th out of 58 women in the giant slalom on Friday at the Bates Carnival, highlighting the opening day of the EISA carnival season for the host Bobcats at Sunday River.

Chenoweth recorded the 10th fastest second run in the field, at 1:06.22, after racing the 18th-fastest on the first run.

Emily Hayes was in 10th place after the first run at 1:08.73 after dipping into 19th place despite a faster second run of 1:08.34. Sierra Ryder took 29th place with a two-run combined time of 2:20.40, completing the squad's scoring with the fifth-highest point total among 16 squads.

Tanner Dirstine and junior captain Chris Bradbury (Norwich, Conn.) led the Bates' men's alpine team in the GS, with Dirstine placing 22nd and Bradbury 30th out of 73 competitors.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 18, 2015 9:04 am

Women's Nordic team places 5th in 5K freestyle at Bates Carnival

RUMFORD, Maine -- Senior Hallie Grossman's seventh-place finish out of 71 racers led the Bates women's Nordic ski team to fifth place among 13 squads in the women's 5K freestyle race on Saturday at Black Mountain, as the Bates Carnival drew to a close.

Bates' combined Nordic and alpine ski teams placed seventh out of 16 teams at the Bates Carnival with 433 points. The Bobcats trailed Colby by only seven and edged St. Lawrence by 13 points. The University of Vermont won the carnival with 914 points, with Dartmouth the runner-up with 854.

Grossman (South Woodstock, Vt.), Bates' captain and three-time NCAA Championship competitor, recorded her second-best career result in a free technique race, finishing the course in 14:29.6. Sophomore Gracie Wright (Rutland, Vt.) placed 15th in 14:58.6 and sophomore Tara Humphries (North Yarmouth, Maine) came in 22nd at 15:16.5.

Racing the 10K freestyle, Bates men's Nordic team saw its top three performers all finish in the 33rd- to 37th-place range among 77 competitors overall to place ninth among 13 squads. Senior captain Nick Michaud (Fort Kent Mills, Maine) led the way in 33rd place at 26:17.9, followed by first-year Parker McDonald (Wolcott, Colo.) 36th at 26:26.5 and sophomore Nathan Moreau (Falmouth, Maine) 37th in 26:27.2. Junior Corky Harrer (Minneapolis, Minn.) was close to scoring for the Bobcats, in 39th place (26:31.6).

Bates Nordic competes at the UVM Carnival next weekend at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vt., starting with freestyle races on Friday morning.

Friday Recap

Hallie Grossman finished ninth among 103 skiers overall on Friday morning, leading the Bates Nordic ski team to fourth place in the women's 15K classical mass start race at the Bates Carnival at Black Mountain.

Grossman finished in 49:59.1, edging Middlebury's Kelsey Phinney by 3.6 seconds and leading the Bates women's team to fourth place among 14 competing squads.

Close behind Grossman was Gracie Wright, who came in 13th in 51:13.8, while Tara Humphries rounded out the women's team scoring in 18th place at 51:58.7. Sophomore Britta Clark (Ripton, Vt.) didn't score but still placed 24th overall in 52:44.7, while sophomore Sadie James (Avon, Maine) was also inside the top 30, in 29th place at 53:06.1.

Nathan Moreau led a young Bates men's squad in the men's 20K classical, placing 38th out of 89 skiers overall in 1:03.34.7. Close behind him in 40th place was first-year Connor Gray (Whitefish, Mont.), with a strong collegiate debut at 1:03.49.1. Sophomore Max Millslagle (Bend, Ore.) was 47th in 1:04.25.4 to round out the squad's scoring, while Parker McDonald was 50th in 1:04.35.0.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:46 am

HASKELL IN THE TOP 10 FOR THIRD STRAIGHT RACE

STOWE, Vt. --- The Colby College women's alpine ski team had four skiers in the top 18 in giant slalom racing at Stowe during the University of Vermont Carnival on Friday.

Mardi Haskell is off to a terrific start for the Mules just three races into the season. She had a fifth in the giant slalom Friday, with times of 1:07.54 and 1:07.45 for a two-run total clocking of 2:14.99. Haskell was sixth in the GS and third in the slalom at Sunday River last weekend.

Sierra Leavitt, who was ninth in the giant slalom last week at the Bates Carnival, placed 15th Friday in 2:15.97 (1:07.26, 1:08.71). Jeanne Barthold was 16th for the Mules in 2:16.08 after taking fourth place last weekend in the GS. Paige Whistler was two spots in back of Barthold in 18th with a 2:16.46.

The Colby women placed fourth out of 12 teams with a score of 90. Dartmouth College won the event with 134.

For the Colby men, Michael Boardman took 21st place in 2:11.48 with his runs of 1:05.56 and 1:05.92. Craig Marshall took 29th in 2:12.44.

The Colby men placed ninth out of 11 teams with 50 points. The Colby men and women will race in the slalom Saturday.

U. Vermont Carnival
Women's giant slalom team scores
1. Dartmouth 134; 2. New Hampshire 109; 3. Vermont 97; 4. Colby 90; 5. Middlebury 84; 6. Colby-Sawyer 55; 7. Williams 48; 8. Bates 47; 9. Saint Michael's 39; 10. St. Lawrence 36; 11. Boston College 35; 12. Harvard 21
Colby women's results
5. Mardi Haskell, 2:14.99 (1:07.54, 1:07.45); 15. Sierra Leavitt, 2:15.97 (1:07.26, 1:08.71), 16. Jeanne Barthold, 2:16.08 (1:07.44, 1:08.64), 18. Paige Whistler, 2:16.46 (1:08.06, 1:08.40); 37. Destrey Enders, 2:23.96 (1:13.27, 1:10.69)
Men's giant slalom team scores
1. Vermont 128; 2. Middlebury 105; 3. New Hampshire 102; 4. Dartmouth 101; 5. Williams and St. Lawrence 66; 7. Plymouth State 54; 8. Saint Michael's 52; 9. Colby 50; 10. Colby-Sawyer 34; 11. Boston College 28
Colby men's results
21. Michael Boardman, 2:11.48 (1:05.56, 1:05.92); 29. Craig Marshall, 2:12.44 (1:05.85, 1:06.59); 35. Max Richard, 2:14.74 (1:07.25, 1:07.49)

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