Thursday, March 7, 2019 • by Brooke Frederickson, RMISA
STOWE, Vt.—Utah's Roni Remme and Denver's Simon Fournier led the RMISA with second-place finishes in the giant slalom races on the second day of the NCAA Championships.
Team scores are tight at the top with the top three teams separated by 14 points: Dartmouth 259, Utah 252.5 and Vermont 245. Denver is fourth with 228 points and Colorado fifth (218).
The schedule returns to Nordic racing tomorrow with the women's 15-km and men's 20-km classic mass start races, beginning at 10 a.m. ET/8 a.m. MT.
Women's Giant Slalom
- Laurence St. Germain, Vermont
- Roni Remme, Utah
- Patricia Mangain, Dartmouth
- Mikaela Tommy, Colorado
- Paula Moltzan, Vermont
- Tuva Norbye, Denver
- Lisa Olsson, New Hampshire
- Eirin Engeset, Utah
- Emma Woodhouse, New Hampshire
- Andrea Komsic, Denver
- Rebecca Fiegl, New Mexico
- Sona Moravcikova, New Mexico
- Kristine Aasberg, Utah
- Georgia Burgess, Alaska Anchorage
- Li Djurestaal, Alaska Anchorage
- Stef Fleckenstein, Colorado
- Antonia Wearmouth, New Mexico
- Amelia Smart, Denver
- Nora Christensen, Colorado
- Anika Angriman, Westminster College
- Jocelyn McCarthy, Montana State
- Anne-Solene Bregou, Westminster College
DNF Giulia Lorini, Westminster College
Italics indicate non RMISA skiers.
Team scores: Utah 75, Vermont 69, Dartmouth 63, Denver 57, Colorado 51, New Hampshire 47, New Mexico 46, Alaska Anchorage 27, Middlebury 21, Colby 18, Westminster College 10, St. Michaels College 10, Montana State 5
- Utah's Roni Remme earned her fourth All-America honor and her third podium finish of the year in her abbreviated NCAA season while also competing in World Cup.
- Colorado's Mikaela Tommy finished in the top five for the fifth time this year for her first career All-America honor.
- Denver's Tuva Norbye, now a four-time All-American in giant slalom, finished sixth for her 11th top-10 finish of the season.
- Utah's Eirin Engeset earned her first career All-America honor with an eighth-place finish, she has finished in the top 10 11 times this year.
- Denver's Andrea Komsic is a four-time All-American following a 10th-place finish, her ninth top 10 of the year.
Men's Giant Slalom
- Tanguy Nef, Dartmouth
- Simon Fournier, Denver
- James Ferri, Dartmouth
- Drew Duffy, Dartmouth
- Tobias Kogler, Denver
- Max Luukko, Colorado
- Martin Arene, Westminster College
- Patrick McConville, Vermont
- Justin Alkier, Middlebury
- Patrick Kenny, New Hampshire
- Joey Young, Colorado
- Mark Engel, Utah
- Aage Solheim, Montana State
- Joachim Lien, Utah
- Vegard Busengdal, New Mexico
- Sky Kelsey, Alaska Anchorage
- Jett Seymour, Denver
- Mikkel Wahl, Westminster College
- Olav Sanderberg, New Mexico
- Alex Barounos, New Mexico
Italics indicate non RMISA skiers.
DNF: Utah's Addison Dvoracek (1), Colorado's Filip Forejtek (2), Alaska Anchorage's Liam Wallace (1), Montana State's Louis Muhlen-Schulte (2).
Team scores: Dartmouth 105, Denver 79, Colorado 47, Utah 35.5, Vermont 35, Westminster College 34, New Mexico 27, Middlebury 22, St. Lawrence 19, Montana State 18.5, Alaska Anchorage 15, Plymouth State 10, St. Michaels College 7
- Denver freshman Simon Fournier won his sixth podium of the season with his first career All-America honor.
- Denver's Tobias Kogler finished in the top five for the seventh time this year and earned his second career All-America honor.
- Colorado's Max Luukko becomes a five-time All-American with his sixth-place finish. He earned his fifth top-10 finish of the season.
- Martin Arene earned Westminster College's first-ever All-America honor with a seventh-place finish, his fifth top 10 of the year.