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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Feb 03, 2015 6:18 am

UMF Ski Team Escapes with a Win Over Maine at Sugarloaf

CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington Ski Team won the men’s overall team competition over the University of Maine by a narrow margin at the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) event held at Sugarloaf on Sunday afternoon.

Alex Rose and Samuel Ricker guided the UMF Ski Team to a victory by finishing as the top two racers in the Men’s Giant Slalom. Rose finished with an event-best time of 39:57. Ricker followed with a combined time of 40:14, beating Maine’s Jeremy Leavitt by 38-tenths of a second. Sebastien Dumont was the difference-maker for the Beavers with a 10th place finish. Dumont’s time of 43:58 gave UMF the win by half of a second.

In the Women’s Giant Slalom, it took a better second run by UMF’s Lindsay Jacques to top as the best skier today. Jacques ran a 21:22 on her first run and improved with a time of 20:26 in her second run for a combined time of 42:18. Maine’s Marissa Roberts surrendered the top spot after the first run to Jacques with an overall time of 42:33.

UMaine-Farmington will compete at Sunday River next weekend with a pair of USCSA Thompson Division events on Saturday and Sunday.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:14 am

UMF Alpine Ski Team Wins USCSA Team Competition at Sunday River by 17 Seconds

NEWRY, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington Alpine Ski Team won the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Thompson Division Race held at Sunday River on Saturday.

Samuel Ricker raced his way to a second place finish and the top Beaver skier on the day with a combined time of 1:18:00. Alex Rose was a split second (1:18:29) off Ricker's pace and placed third. Alex Stevens came in 12th with a total time of 1:29.26 to give the Beavers the team competition victory.

UMF topped Northeastern University by 17 seconds. The Beavers' overall time was 4:05:55 and NU finished with 4:22.71 as an overall time. Maine came in third with final time of 4:43.08.

UMaine-Farmington returns to Sunday River on Sunday for another USCSA Thompson Division race.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:24 am

HASKELL, WHISTLER, MARSHALL LEAD COLBY ALPINE TEAMS

HANOVER, N.H. --- Mardi Haskell had her seventh top-10 finish of the season for the Colby College women and Craig Marshall took 13th place for the men in slalom racing at the Dartmouth Carnival on Saturday.

The Colby women placed fourth with 93 points and were 24 points ahead of Bates, the fifth place squad. The Mules have been in the top four as a team in seven of the eight carnival races.

Haskell had the second-fastest second run of 53.35 to beat the top three finishers. She was fourth after the first run (52.52) for a two-run total clocking of 1:45.87.

Paige Whistler was 11th for the Colby women in 1:49.31. Destrey Enders took 23rd place in 1:51.29 and Sierra Leavitt came in 27th in 1:53.96.

Craig Marshall secured another top-15 finish with his runs of 51.39 and 48.44 for a finishing time of 1:39.83.

Dartmouth Carnival
Women's slalom team scores
1. Dartmouth 128; 2. Vermont 116; 3. New Hampshire 101; 4. Colby 93; 5. Bates 69; 6. Middlebury 58; 7. St. Lawrence 57; 8. Williams 46; 9. Saint Michael's 43; 10. Colby-Sawyer 40; 11. Boston College 30; 12. Harvard 24; 13. Plymouth State 11
Colby women's results
4. Mardi Haskell, 1:45.87 (52.52, 53.35); 11. Paige Whistler, 1:49.31 (54.40, 54.91); 23. Destrey Enders, 1:51.29 (55.15, 56.14); 27. Sierra Leavitt, 1:53.96 (55.92, 58.04); 35. Jeanne Barthold, 1:56.04 (57.57, 58.47); 39. Caroline Winslow, 1:57.41 (57.87, 59.54)
Men's slalom team scores
1. Vermont 135; 2. Middlebury 106; 3. New Hampshire 98; 4. Dartmouth 95; 5. Williams 73; 6. Saint Michael's 61; 7. Plymouth State 52; 8. Colby 51; 9. St. Lawrence 50; 10. Boston College 37; 11. Colby-Sawyer 36; 12. Bates 7; 13. Harvard 0
Colby men's results
13. Craig Marshall, 1:39.83 (51.39, 48.44); 37. Michael Boardman, 1:44.18 (53.94, 50.24); 38. Michael Ferri, 1:44.27 (53.19, 51.08); 42. Sam Glaisher, 1:45.65 (54.52, 51.13)

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:25 am

AMBER PLACES 11TH FOR WOMEN; MEN FINISH SIXTH

CRAFTSBURY, N.H. --- Olivia Amber kept up her solid skiing for the Colby College women by taking 11th place and Silas Eastman took 22nd place for the men to help the Mules place sixth in 10-kilometer racing Saturday at the Dartmouth Carnival.

Amber had a time of 32 minutes, 30.2 seconds for Colby, which placed eighth with 48 points.

Jeff Tucker was 24th for the Colby men in 27:58.2 and Calvin Wight was 31st with a 28:14.1.

Women's 10K FS team scores
1. New Hampshire 116; 2. Middlebury 103; 3. Dartmouth 92; 4. Bates 87; 5. Vermont 85; 6. Williams 84; 7. Harvard 51; 8. Colby 48; 9. Bowdoin 46; 10. St. Lawrence 44; 11. Maine-Presque Isle 27; 12. Laval 25; 13. Saint Michael's 14
Colby women's results
11. Olivia Amber, 32:30.2; 44. Kim Bourne, 35:27.3; 45. Mackenzie Hitchcock, 35:34.8; 48. Alice Hotopp, 36:39.1; 51. Kat Chenail, 37:12.3
Men's 10K FS team scores
1. Vermont 132; 2. New Hampshire 95; 3. Dartmouth 94; 4. Williams 88; 5. St. Lawrence 61; 6. Colby 56; 7. Bates 49; 8. Middlebury 48; 9. Harvard 44; 10. Laval 41; 11. Bowdoin 26; 12. St. Michael's 20; 13. Maine-Presque Isle 17
Colby men's results
22. Silas Eastman, 27:46.5; 24. Jeff Tucker, 27:58.2; 31. Calvin Wight, 28:14.1; 43. Ian Liphart, 29:17.7; 52. Jonah Belk, 30:07.9; 59. Andrew Egger, 31:56.8

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:43 pm

UMF Tops Maine in USCSA Race Held at Hermon Mountain

HERMON, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington Ski Team won the team competition in today’s United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Reynolds Division event held at Hermon Mountain.

UMF beat Maine by nearly three seconds as Alex Rose and Samuel Ricker placed in the top two spots. Alex Rose had the best two run times of the day to earn the best overall time of 54:37. Ricker was right behind Rose in second play with a combined time of 56:90. William Asbell finished ninth with a time of 59:57, but it was good enough for the Beavers to edge the Black Bears.

The Beavers’ combined time was 2:50:84 while the Black Bears followed with a time of 2:53:04. The top three racers for Maine placed third, fifth, and sixth.

In the women’s Cupid Slalom, Emily Ramsey raced her way to a ninth-place finish with an overall time of 1:12:98.

UMaine-Farmington will close the season next weekend at the USCSA Regionals held at West Mountain in Queensbury, N.Y.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:44 pm

COLBY MEN'S NORDIC TEAM FOURTH IN RACING AT MIDDLEBURY

RIPTON, Vt. --- The Colby College men's Nordic team finished fourth overall and the Mules had three skiers in the top 20 in racing at the Middlebury College Carnival on Saturday at Rikert Touring Center.

Olivia Amber from the Colby women's team placed ninth.

The Colby men finished with 78 points and were just three points out of third place. Silas Eastman took 16th with a time of 26 minutes, 47.2 seconds over the 10-kilometer course. Calvin Wight was about two seconds behind him in 17th place at 26:49.3. Jeff Tucker made it three Mules in the top 20 by taking 19th in 26:56.1.

Amber had her fifth finish in the top 10 with her 17:01.3 clocking in the women's 5K race. Amy Bianco took 35th for the Mules in 18:02.1.

The Colby women took seventh place with 57 points.

Middlebury College Carnival
Women's 5K free team scores
1. Vermont 111; 2. New Hampshire 107; 3. Middlebury 97; 4. Dartmouth and Bates 87; 6. Williams 82; 7. Colby 57; 8. Harvard 44; 9. Bowdoin 33; 10. St. Lawrence and Maine-Presque Isle 32; 12. Laval 27; 13. Saint Michael's 26
Colby women's results
9. Olivia Amber, 17:01.3; 35. Amy Bianco, 18:02.1; 41. Kim Bourne, 18:07.9; 48. Mackenzie Hitchcock, 18:51.6; 52. Vivian Hawkinson, 19:12.1; 54. Alice Hotopp, 19:13.4
Men's 10K free team scores
1. Vermont 133; 2. Dartmouth 113; 3. Williams 81; 4. Colby 78; 5. New Hampshire 68; 6. St. Lawrence 63; 7. Middlebury 71; 8. Harvard 60; 9. Laval 52; 10. Bates 49; 11. Bowdoin 29; 12. Saint Michael's 19; 13. Maine-Presque Isle 16
Colby men's results
16. Silas Eastman, 26:47.2; 17. Calvin Wight, 26:49.3; 19. Jeff Tucker, 26:56.1; 45. Ian Liphart, 28:24.3; 48. Jonah Belk, 29:00.1; 55. Cam Regan, 29:49.8

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Re: Skiing:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:45 pm

BARTHOLD NINTH FOR COLBY WOMEN'S ALPINE TEAM

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. --- Jeanne Barthold placed ninth for the Colby College women's alpine team and Michael Boardman took 16th for the men in giant slalom racing at the Middlebury Snow Bowl on Saturday.

Barthold had times of 1:07.02 and 1:07.95 for a 2:14.97 time for her two runs. Paige Whistler placed 14th in 2:16.51, Sierra Leavitt took 15th at 2:16.62, and Destrey Enders was 23rd in 2:18.23. Mardi Haskell, the slalom winner Friday, had trouble on her first run and took 34th place.

With three skiers in the top 15, Colby placed fifth with 84 points.

Boardman finished in 2:11.07 over his two runs and Cam Price was 31st in 2:13.61.

Middlebury College Carnival
Women's giant slalom team scores
1. Middlebury 124; 2. Dartmouth 113; 3. Vermont 108; 4. New Hampshire 91; 5. Colby 84; 6. St. Lawrence 67; 7. Colby-Sawyer 57; 8. Williams 48; 9. Bates 47; 10. Boston College 31; 11. Harvard 15; 12. Saint Michael's 9
Colby women's results
9. Jeanne Barthold, 2:14.97 (1:07.02, 1:07.95); 14. Paige Whistler, 2:16.51 (1:08.46, 1:08.05); 15. Sierra Leavitt, 2:16.62 (1:07.95, 1:08.67); 23. Destrey Enders, 2:18.23 (1:08.73, 1:09.50); 34. Mardi Haskell, 2:21.22 (1:12.49, 1:08.73); 37. Ryann Daley, 2:22.26 (1:10.28, 1:11.98)
Men's giant slalom team scores
1. Vermont 121; 2. Middlebury 120; 3. New Hampshire 100; 4. Dartmouth 86; 5. Williams 67; 7. Saint Michael's 67; 8. Colby-Sawyer 57; 9. Williams 48; 10. Plymouth State 34; 11. Colby-Sawyer 33; 12. Bates 15
Colby men's results
16. Michael Boardman, 2:11.07 (1:05.35, 1:05.72); 31. Cam Price, 2:13.61 (1:06.54, 1:07.07); 39. Michael Ferri, 2:15.00 (1:07.18, 1:07.82); 43. Max Richard, 2:15.68 (1:08.47, 1:07.21); 45. Sam Glaisher, 2:16.35 (1:08.08, 1:08.27)

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:52 pm

Hayes leads alpine team in giant slalom at Middlebury Carnival

HANCOCK, Vt. -- Senior captain Emily Hayes led the Bates women's alpine ski team in the giant slalom races on Saturday, the final day of the Middlebury Carnival, claiming 30th place among 63 racers at Middlebury Snow Bowl.

Each of the five Bates women in the field completed both runs, led by Hayes' (Natick, Mass.) two-run combined time of 2:20.18. Sophomore Kelsey Chenoweth (Stowe, Vt.) was next for the Bobcats in 32nd place (2:20.89), followed by first-years Sierra Ryder (Orinda, Calif.) in 36th (2:22.14), Brielle Antonelli (Warwick, N.Y.) in 39th (2:22.75), and Hannah Johnson (Incline Village, Nev.) in 41st (2:23.77).

In the men's giant slalom, juniors Cody Bullen (Newry, Maine) and Tanner Dirstine (Boise, Idaho) placed 46th (2:17.13) and 47th (2:17.61), respectively, out of 62 competitors.

Bates' Nordic and alpine ski teams combined to score 400 carnival points at Middlebury to finish in eighth place out of 16 participating teams.

The remainder of the Bates alpine schedule takes place at Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, N.Y. The Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association carnival season concludes with the St. Lawrence Carnival and NCAA East Regionals on Feb. 27-28. The NCAA Championships take place in Lake Placid March 11-14.

Friday Recap

Chenoweth placed 24th out of 61 competitors in the women's slalom races to lead the Bates alpine ski teams on Friday at the Middlebury Carnival.

Chenoweth finished her two runs at Middlebury Snow Bowl in 56.55 and 50.68 seconds for a combined time of 1:47.23. Johnson took 28th place in 1:49.47.

Bullen placed 39th in the men's slalom for 11 team carnival points.

Bates' Nordic and alpine ski teams combined to score 202 points, good for seventh place among 16 teams at the carnival.

The Bates alpine teams have giant slalom races on Saturday morning to conclude the Middlebury Carnival.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 11:54 am

UMF Ski Team Headed to USCSA Regionals This Weekend

FARMINGTON, Maine – The University of Maine at Farmington Ski Team has qualified for the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Regional Championship this weekend.

The Alpine men’s team finished as the top team in the USCSA Eastern Conference, Reynolds Division and topped the University of Maine and Bowdoin College. Alex Rose, Samuel Ricker, and Sebastian Dumont placed as the team’s top racers this season. Alex Stevens and William Asbell saw strong finishes this season and helped the team top the University of Maine with races held at Titcomb Mountain and Sunday River.

The USCSA Alpine Championship will take place at West Mountain in Queensbury, NY, on Saturday and Sunday.

On the women’s side, Lindsay Jacques qualified for the USCSA Individual Ladies Alpine Championship, also taking place at West Mountain.

The Nordic team will compete in the USCSA Nordic Championship at Smuggler’s Notch, located in Jericho, VT. Emily Ramsey, Alisha Labbe, and Bryce Neal will represent the UMF Nordic Team as the trio has produced the best overall times this season.

With a strong showing at regionals, UMF can qualify for the USCSA Nationals on March 1-7 at Mount Bachelor in Bend, Oregon. For results and recaps from this weekend, visit www.go.UMFbeavers.com.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:45 pm

Rose Leads UMF at USCSA Regionals; Jacques Earns Top 10 Finish

QUEENSBURY, N.Y. – The University of Maine at Farmington Ski Team competed in the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) Eastern Regional Championships today held at West Mountain.

In the men’s giant slalom race, Alex Rose finished with an overall time of 1:56:80 and placed 27th out of 48 qualified racers. Sam Ricker followed Rose in 32nd with a combined time of 1:58:83. Sebastian Dumont raced his way to 36th place and claimed an overall time of 2:02:15. William Asbell was right behind Dumont in 38th (2:05:98) and Alex Stevens rounded out UMF’s racers in 41st (2:07:05).

Lindsay Jacques placed in the top ten in the women’s giant slalom. Jacques finished ninth out of 51 qualified racers. Jacques’ overall time of 1:52:46 was seven seconds off Brown University’s Nicole Pearl’s lead time of 1:45:84.

The USCSA Eastern Regional Championship resumes on Sunday morning
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