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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:47 am

AMBER, EASTMAN LEADERS FOR COLBY NORDIC TEAMS

STOWE, Vt. --- Olivia Amber was 19th for the Colby College women and Silas Eastman led the men by placing 21st in Nordic skiing at the University of Vermont Carnival on Friday.

Amber had a time of 15 minutes, 24.1 seconds in the 5-kilometer free skate. Amy Bianco was 28th for the Mules, who placed eighth out of 13 teams with 49 points.

Eastman finished in 26:43.7 in the men's 10K race, while Calvin Wight was 32nd in 27:07.5. Jeff Tucker took 37th for Colby in 27:21.9 to help the men finish in a tie for ninth place.

University of Vermont Carnival
Women's 5K FS team scores
1. Vermont 121; 2. New Hampshire 112; 3. Middlebury 105; 4. Dartmouth 91; 5. Bates 84; 6. Williams 64; 7. Harvard 57; 8. Colby 49; 9. Bowdoin 39; 10. St. Lawrence and Maine-Presque Isle 33; 12. Laval 22; 13. Saint Michael's 12
Colby women's results
19. Olivia Amber, 15:24.1; 28. Amy Bianco, 15:34.3; 61. Kim Bourne, 16:27.8; 71. Mackenzie Hitchcock, 16:53.3; 78. Alice Hotopp, 17:11.7; 86. Jenna Hill, 17:43.2; 87. Emmy Held, 17:45.9; 88. Vivian Hawkinson, 17:55.7; 91. Kat Chenail, 18:01.0; 96. Anna Ramsey, 18:26.0
Men's 10K FS team scores
1. Dartmouth 114; 2. Vermont 111; 3. New Hampshire 103; 4. Williams 75; 5. St. Lawrence 69; 6. Harvard 62; 7. Middlebury 56; 8. Laval 55; 9. Colby and Bates 52; 11. Bowdoin 43; 12. Maine-Presque Isle 16; 13. Saint Michael's 13
Colby men's results
21. Silas Eastman, 26:43.7; 32. Calvin Wight, 27:07.5; 37. Jeff Tucker, 27:21.9; 51. Ian Liphart, 27:53.1; 62. Jonah Belk, 28:39.0; 69. Sam Sinkler, 29:20.8; 70. George Voigt, 29:23.3; 71. Andrew Egger, 29:24.3; 73. Cam Regan, 29:29.3; 74. Chris Burnham, 29:31.9; 82. Jackson Hall, 30:04.7; 85. Gabe Forest, 31:06.3; 87. Hudson McNamee, 31:39.7; 88. Taylor Pearlman, 31:52.6

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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 9:03 am

Chenoweth ties for 12th in giant slalom at UVM Carnival

STOWE, Vt. -- Sophomore Kelsey Chenoweth had the top finish on the Bates alpine ski team for the third time in as many carnival races this season, tying for 12th place out of 67 competitors in the giant slalom at the UVM Carnival at Stowe Mountain Resort.

Bates' alpine and Nordic ski teams combined for 47 carnival points on Friday, for eighth place among 16 teams. The UVM Carnival alpine competition continues Saturday with slalom races.

Competing in her hometown, Chenoweth (Stowe, Vt.) led Bates to eighth place among 12 women's alpine squads, tying with Middlebury's Elle Gilbert with a two-run combined time of 2:15.94. Chenoweth had the 12th fastest initial run in the field and the 13th fastest second run.

First-year Sierra Ryder (Orinda, Calif.) placed 29th overall in 2:20.12. Ryder was the only other Bates female or male to finish both GS runs on the day. Only 45 of 71 women entrants finished both runs.
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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 24, 2015 9:04 am

Grossman places career-best fourth in 5K freestyle at UVM Carnival

STOWE, Vt. -- Senior Hallie Grossman placed a career-best fourth out of 104 competitors on Friday in the UVM Carnival women's 5K freestyle race, covering the Trapp Family Lodge course in 14:40.5.

Grossman (South Woodstock, Vt.), the team captain and a three-time NCAA Championship competitor, led the Bates women's Nordic ski team to fifth place among 13 competing squads in the race, with sophomores Tara Humphries (North Yarmouth, Maine) and Laurel Fiddler (Crowley Lake, Calif.) placing 20th and 21st, respectively, in 15:26.7 and 15:28.0. Bates also had had sophomores Gracie Wright (Rutland, Vt.) and Britta Clark (Ripton, Vt.) place 24th and 25th, respectively.

First-year Parker McDonald (Wolcott, Colo.) led the Bates men's Nordic team in the 10K freestyle race, covering the course in 26:54.1 for 25th place out of 95 racers. Junior Corky Harrer (Minneapolis, Minn.) and sophomore Nathan Moreau (Falmouth, Maine) finished out the team's scoring in 28th (27:03.8) and 33rd (27:12.2) places, respectively.

Bates' alpine and Nordic ski teams combined for 47 carnival points on Friday, for eighth place among 16 teams. The UVM Carnival Nordic competition continues Saturday with the women's 10K and men's 15K classical technique races.
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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 25, 2015 9:19 am

Beavers Ski Team Win USCSA Event At Titcomb

WEST FARMINGTON, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington Ski Team won the overall team competition at the United States Collegiate Skiing and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Reynolds Division event held at Titcomb Mountain.

Alex Rose and Samuel Ricker finished as the top two racers in the Men’s Giant Slalom for the third straight race. Rose earned the top spot with a combined time of 1:09:24. Ricker was a second behind Rose with a total time of 1:10:63. Alex Stevens earned a top ten finish by placing eighth (1:16:16).

The team topped the University of Maine by five seconds. The Beavers finished with a total time of 3:36:03 while the Black Bears completed the event with a time of 3:41:45.

In the Women’s Slalom, Lindsey Jacques finished in second place behind Bates’ Avril Dunleavy. Jacques posted a time of 1:20:36 whereas Dunleavy earned the first place finish with a time of 1:13:61.

UMaine-Farmington returns the mountain on Sunday as the team travels to Sugarloaf.
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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 25, 2015 9:21 am

HASKELL, MARSHALL POWER COLBY ALPINE TEAMS IN SLALOM

STOWE, Vt. --- Mardi Haskell finished in third place in the women's slalom for the second straight week and Craig Marshall had his best result of the young season in taking 12th place for the men at the University of Vermont Carnival on Saturday.

Haskell has been in the top six of all four EISA races this season. She had times of 56.64 and 1:00.33 for a 1:56.97 total. Sierra Leavitt, despite not being 100 percent healthy, was strong again in taking 12th place in 2:01.77 (59.81, 1:01.96). Paige Whistler was 15th in 2:03.39 and Destrey Enders took 23rd in 2:09.97.

The Colby women placed third out of 13 teams with 99 points and were 20 points higher than the fourth-place finisher.

Marshall had a two-run total time of 1:53.48, with the fourth-fastest second run at 55.20. Michael Boardman placed 27th in 2:04.90 and Max Richard finished with 2:13.83 for 31st place.

The Colby men took seventh place with 60 points and were just five points out of fifth place.

University of Vermont Carnival
Women's slalom team scores
1. Vermont 127; 2. Dartmouth 115; 3. Colby 99; 4. Bates and New Hampshire 79; 6. Middlebury 73; 7. Colby-Sawyer 52; 8. St. Lawrence 44; 9. Plymouth State 41; 10. Williams 35; 11. Saint Michael's 28; 12. Boston College 24; 13. Harvard 16
Colby women's results
3. Mardi Haskell, 1:56.97 (56.64, 1:00.33); 12. Sierra Leavitt, 2:01.77 (59.81, 1:01.96); 15. Paige Whistler, 2:03.39 (59.93, 1:03.46); 23. Destrey Enders, 2:09.97 (1:03.42, 1:06.55); 35. Ryann Daley, 2:25.04 (1:17.30, 1:07.74); 44. 38. Jeanne Barthold, 2:25.42 (1:06.22, 1:19.20).
Men's slalom team scores
1. Vermont 138; 2. Dartmouth 101; 3. Middlebury 93; 4. New Hampshire 89; 5. St. Lawrence 63; 6. Colby and Plymouth State 59; 8. Williams and Saint Michael's 48; 10. Colby-Sawyer 47; 11. Harvard 23; 12. Bates 18
Colby men's results
12. Craig Marshall, 1:53.48 (58.28, 55.20); 27. Michael Boardman, 2:04.90 (1:01.22, 1:03.68); 31. Max Richard, 2:13.83 (1:13.29, 1:00.54); 32. Michael Ferri, 2:14.19 (1:12.70, 1:01.49)

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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:50 am

COLBY'S HASKELL NAMED EISA SKIER OF THE WEEK

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College's Mardi Haskell (Holderness, N.H.), after a third in the slalom and a fifth in the giant slalom, was named the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) Female Alpine Skier of the Week on Thursday.

Haskell has not finished lower than sixth in her first four EISA races this season. She started the season out with a third in the slalom and a sixth in the giant slalom in the Bates College Carnival at Sunday River.

Haskell, who is just a sophomore, was the EISA Rookie of the Year in 2014, earned All-East First Team honors, and made the NCAA Skiing Championships. Her early success in 2015 has Haskell in good shape for another NCAA meet in March.

Haskell has been a main part of Colby's success in the first two carnivals. The Mules had thirds in both disciplines at Sunday River and added a third in the slalom and a fourth in the GS at Stowe.

The EISA allows a skier to earn the award just once during the carnival season.

The Mules head to the Saint Michael's Carnival at Smuggler's Notch on Friday and Saturday.

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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:35 am

AMBER, EASTMAN, BIANCO IN TOP 10 FOR COLBY NORDIC TEAMS

HUNTINGTON, Vt. --- Olivia Amber finished in third place for the Colby College women and Silas Eastman took fourth for the men in a big day for the Mules' Nordic ski program at the Saint Michael's Carnival on Friday.

Amber finished the 5-kilometer classic race in 17:51.5 to help the women place fifth with 88 points. Colby was just one point out of third place. Amber is just the second women's Nordic skier to earn a podium finish.

"When we have a skier finish in the top of these races, we know they are on par with the best collegiate skiers in the country," Colby head coach Tracey Cote said. "All our skiers skied well today and we have been really starting to hit our stride coming into some important later season races."

Amy Bianco also had a top-10 finish for the Colby women after taking ninth place in 18:14.9. Kim Bourne placed 41st for the Mules in a time of 19:27.2.

"We were happy to see our skiers have a great day in some really challenging weather and waxing conditions," Cote said. "Any time you have three sophomores in the top 10, it's both exciting for the moment and for the future of the program."

Eastman had his best finish of the season with a 32:09.6 clocking in the 10K classic to help the Mules finish sixth with 68 points. Calvin Wight finished 30th for the Mules in 33:45.5. Andrew Egger took 44th with a 34:51.0 and Jeff Tucker was 45th in 34:54.1.

Saint Michael's Carnival
Women's 5K classic team scores
1. Middlebury 118; 2. Vermont 113; 3. New Hampshire and Bates, 89; 5. Colby 88; 6. Dartmouth 71; 7. Williams 61; 8. Harvard 60; 9. Bowdoin 45; 10. Laval 36; 11. St. Lawrence 30; 12. Saint Michael's 16
Colby women's results
3. Olivia Amber, 17:51.5; 9. Amy Bianco, 18:14.9; 41. Kim Bourne, 19:27.2; 48. Alice Hotopp, 19:57.3; 51. Mackenzie Hitchcock, 20:12.3; 59. Vivian Hawkinson, 20:57.5
Men's 10K classic team scores
1. New Hampshire 112; 2. Vermont 109; 3. Dartmouth 105; 4. Williams 97; 5. St. Lawrence 72; 6. Colby 68; 7. Bates 60; 8. Harvard 53; 9. Middlebury 51; 10. Bowdoin 50; 11. Saint Michael's 21; 12. Laval 14
Colby men's results
4. Silas Eastman, 32:09.6; 30. Calvin Wight, 33:45.5; 44. Andrew Egger, 34:51.0; 45. Jeff Tucker, 34:54.1; 54. Sam Sinkler, 35:45.6; 55. Cam Regan, 35:48.4

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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:35 am

HASKELL, BOARDMAN LEAD COLBY ALPINE TEAMS

HUNTINGTON, Vt. --- Mardi Haskell had her best finish of the season by placing fourth in the giant slalom for the Colby College women and Michael Boardman took 13th place for the men at the Saint Michael's Carnival on Friday at Smugglers' Notch.

Haskell has improved by one place each week in the giant slalom, taking sixth at Sunday River and fifth at Stowe. She finished with a two-run total time of 1:53.26.

The Colby women finished in a tie for fourth place with Middlebury College at 94 points. Jeanne Barthold took 15th for the Mules in 1:55.30 over her two runs and Sierra Leavitt was a place behind in 16th at 1:55.33.

Boardman and the men's team placed ninth on the day. He had a two-run total time of 1:52.61. Cameron Price, a first-year, had a solid day and took 26th in 1:53.95, while Craig Marshall was 28th in 1:54.04.

Saint Michael's Carnival
Women's giant slalom team scores
1. Vermont 134; 2. Dartmouth 103; 3. New Hampshire 97; 4. Colby and Middlebury 94; 6. Colby-Sawyer 48; 7. St. Lawrence 46; 8. Williams 38; 9. Saint Michael's 36; 10. Bates 33; 11. Boston College 30; 12. Harvard 24
Colby women's results
4. Mardi Haskell, 1:53.26 (55.55, 57.71); 15. Jeanne Barthold, 1:55.30 (56.51, 58.79); 16. Sierra Leavitt, 1:55.33 (56.37, 58.96); 31. Paige Whistler, 1:58.45 (58.02, 1:00.43); 32. Destrey Enders, 1:58.48 (58.07, 1:00.41); 38. Ryann Daley, 2:00.87 (59.75, 1:01.12)
Men's giant slalom team scores
1. Vermont 110; 2. Dartmouth 101; 3. Middlebury 96; 4. New Hampshire 78; 5. Williams 67; 6. Saint Michael's 66; 7. St. Lawrence and Plymouth State 62; 9. Colby 59; 10. Boston College 42; 11. Bates 34
Colby men's results
13. Michael Boardman, 1:52.61 (56.57, 56.04); 26. Cameron Price, 1:53.95 (56.77, 57.18); 28. Craig Marshall, 1:54.04 (57.27, 56.77); 36. Michael Ferri, 1:55.48 (57.83, 57.65);

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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:43 am

Women's Nordic takes third place in 5K classical at St. Michael's Carnival

HUNTINGTON, Vt. -- Bates College senior Hallie Grossman had her third straight top-five finish, and her fifth top-10 finish in as many races this season, on Friday in the women's 5K classical technique race at the St. Michael's Carnival.

Grossman (South Burlington, Vt.) covered the Sleepy Hollow 10K course in 17:55.9, fifth-fastest among 72 skiers overall, leading Bates women's Nordic to a season-best third place out of 12 competing teams in the event -- ahead of such rivals as Colby, Dartmouth and Williams.

Sophomore Sadie James (Avon, Maine) placed 12th in 18:22.5 and sophomore Laurel Fiddler (Crowley Lake, Calif.) finished 20th (18:42.5) to complete the team's scoring, though junior Gracie Wright (Rutland, Vt.) was right behind in 21st (18:42.7 and sophomore Britta Clark (Ripton, Vt.) was 28th (19:05.8).

Men's Nordic team junior Corky Harrer (Minneapolis, Minn.) posted the best individual finish by a Bates man this season, taking 18th place among 67 competitors in 32:55.3. Sophomore Max Millslagle (Bend, Ore.) placed 22nd in 33:11.8 and first-year Parker McDonald (Wolcott, Colo.) came in 32nd in 33:48.7.

Bates' combined Nordic and alpine ski teams scored 216 carnival points on Friday, seventh-most among 15 competing teams. The St. Michael's Carnival continues Saturday for Nordic skiing with mixed 4x3K freestyle relay races.
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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:44 am

Captains lead alpine team in GS at St. Michael's Carnival

CAMBRIDGE, Vt. -- The Bates College alpine ski team captains took charge in leading their respective squads in the St. Michael's Carnival giant slalom races Friday at Smuggler's Notch.

Junior captain Christopher Bradbury (Norwich, Conn.) had the second-best carnival showing of his college career, tying with Dominique Garand of Vermont for 17th place among 61 competitors in the field, with a two-run combined time of 1:52.86. His first run of 55.97 seconds was the 13th fastest in the field. Bradbury's fellow junior captain, Tanner Dirstine (Boise, Idaho), placed 33rd in 1:55.22.

Senior women's team captain Emily Hayes (Natick, Mass.) placed 26th out of 64 competitors, with a combined time of 1:57.71. First-year Hannah Johnson (Incline Village, Nev.) took 36th place in 2:00.34.

Bates' combined alpine and Nordic ski teams scored 216 carnival points on Friday, seventh-most among 15 competing teams. The St. Michael's Carnival continues Saturday for Nordic skiing with mixed 4x3K freestyle relay races.

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