DENVER—Utah was announced as the regular-season champion and led the way with 12 All-Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Skiing Association selections as awards were announced today by the league.
Denver came away with nine selections, including women's alpine MVP Tuva Norbye while Colorado had eight selected to teams with Hedda Baangman earning women's Nordic MVP honors.
New Mexico's five selections included men's Nordic MVP Kornelius Groev and men's alpine MVP Vegard Busengdal.
MVP’s are selected through total NCAA qualification points earned for all regular-season meets. All-RMISA is selected using the final NCAA qualifying lists.
NCAA Championships get under way with the 5-km and 10-km freestyle races on Wednesday, March 6.
Regular Season Champions: Utah
First Team – Kornelius Grov, UNM; Ricardo Izquierdo-Bernier, UNM; Sigurd Roenning, UAA; Erik Dengerud, CU; Logan Diekmann, UU Second Team – Ola Jordheim, UU; Eivind Kvaale, DU; Alvar Alev, CU; Maximillian Bie, UU; Bjorn Riksaasen, UU
First Team – Guro Jordheim, UU; Julia Richter, UU; Hedda Baangman, CU; Anne Siri Lervik, CU; Kati Roivas, UAF Second Team – Taeler McCrerey, DU; Christina Rolandsen, CU; Jasmi Joensuu, DU; Mariah Bredal, UU; Karianne Moe, UU
First Team – Simon Fournier, DU; Addison Dvoracek, UU; Louis Muhlen-Schulte, MSU; Tobias Kogler, DU; Vegard Busengdal, UNM
Second Team – Joachim Lein, UU; Jett Seymour, DU; Mark Engel, UU; Aage Solheim, MSU; Joey Young, CU
First Team – Jocelyn McCarthy, MSU; Mikaela Tommy, CU; Tuva Norbye, DU; Rebecca Fiegl, UNM; Eirin Engeset, UU
Second Team – Amelia Smart, DU; Andrea Komsic, DU; Sona Moravcikova, UNM; Nora Christensen, CU; Stephanie Gartner, MSU
|Mar. 18||RMISA Announces Postseason Awards|
|Mar. 9||DU's Seymour Wins Slalom; Utah Wins Team Championship|
|Mar. 8||UNM's Izquierdo-Bernier Wins Classic; Utah Takes Day 3 Lead At NCAAs|
|Mar. 7||Utah's Remme, Denver's Fournier Lead RMISA in NCAA GS Races|
|Mar. 6||Colorado's Dengerud, Utah's Richter Win Freestyle Titles; Utah Leads After Day 1|
|Mar. 5||RMISA Teams Ready For NCAA Championships|