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Three Teams in Tight Race After Day One of RMISA Championships

Friday, February 28, 2020 • by Brooke Frederickson, RMISA

BOZEMAN, Mont.—Regular-season RMISA champion Utah holds a slim lead after the first day of the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional, featuring the slalom and freestyle races.

Racing concludes on Saturday with the slalom and 15-km and 20-km classic mass start races.

Team Scores
  1. Utah, 329
  2. Denver, 323 (-6)
  3. Colorado, 322.5 (-6.5)
  4. Montana State, 247 (-82)
  5. Alaska Anchorage, 226 (-103)
  6. Westminster College, 146.5 (-182.5)
  7. Alaska Fairbanks, 88 (-241)
  8. Colorado Mountain, 47 (-282)
Women's 5-km Freestyle
  1. Eveliina Piippo, DU
  2. Guro Jordheim, UU
  3. Leah Lange, UU
  4. Anna-Maria Dietze, CU
  5. Ezra Smith, CU
  6. Emma Tarbath, MSU
  7. Mariah Bredal, UU
  8. Karianne Moe, UU
  9. Anna Darnell, UAA
  10. Natalie Hynes, UAA
  • Utah was the top-scoring team in the race with 96 points.
  • Denver's Eveliina Piippo won her third race of the season. She has four podium finishes.
  • Utah's Guro Jordheim earned her league-high eighth podium finish of the year.
  • Utah's Leah Lange earned her fourth podium finish of the year.
  • Colorado's Anna-Maria Dietze earned her third top-five finish of the year.
  • Colorado's Ezra Smith finished in the top five for the first time this season.
Men's 10-km Freestyle
  1. Bernhard Flaschberger, DU
  2. Sondre Bollum, CU
  3. Ola Jordheim, UU
  4. Maximilian Bie, UU
  5. Sigurd Roenning, UAA
  6. Bjorn Riksaasen, UU
  7. Borgar Norrud, DU
  8. Espen Persen, UAA
  9. Ryan Jackson, CU
  10. Magnus Boee, CU
  • Utah was the top-scoring team in the race with 92 points.
  • Denver's Bernhard Flaschberger won his second race of the season, both in skate. He has three podiums this year.
  • Colorado's Sondre Bollum earned the first podium finish of his career.
  • Utah's Ola Jordheim finished on the podium for the first time this season, the third time in his career.
  • Utah's Maximilian Bie earned his fourth top-five finish of the season.
  • Alaska Anchorage's Sigurd Roenning finished in the top five for the sixth time this year, which is tied for the league lead.
Women's Giant Slalom
  1. Mikaela Tommy, CU
  2. Storm Klomhaus, DU
  3. Stef Fleckenstein, CU
  4. Julia Toiviainen, WMC
  5. Amelia Smart, DU
  6. Nellie Talbot, MSU
  7. Andrea Komsic, DU
  8. Lana Zbasnik, WMC
  9. Henriette Resen, WMC
  10. Katie Parker, UU
  • Colorado was the top-scoring team with 93 points, just ahead of Denver (91).
  • Colorado's Mikaela Tommy has won all but one giant slalom race this season and leads the league with five victories and nine podium finishes.
  • Denver's Storm Klomhaus has four podium finishes on the year and is tied for third in the league with six top-five finishes.
  • Colorado's Stef Fleckenstein is second in the league with six podium finishes on the year.
  • Westminster's Julia Toiviainen has three top-five finishes on the year.
  • Denver's Amelia Smart earned her fourth top-five finish of the year.
Men's Giant Slalom
  1. Joachim Lien, UU
  2. Tobias Kogler, DU
  3. Filip Forejtek, CU
  4. Riley Seger, MSU
  5. Alexandre Coltier, WMC
  6. Gustav Voello, UU
  7. Louis Muhlen Schulte, MSU
  8. Aage Solehim, MSU
  9. Joachim Mjelde, WMC
  10. Jett Seymour, DU
  • Utah was the top-scoring team with 84 points.
  • Utah's Joachim Lien won his league-leading sixth race of the year, his second in the giant slalom. He has seven podium finishes on the year.
  • Denver's Tobias Kogler is tied for second in the league with four podium finishes this year.
  • Colorado's Filip Forejtek earned his third podium of the year.
  • Montana State's Riley Seger finished in the top five for the second time this year.
  • Westminster's Alexandre Coltier earned his first top-five finish of the season.

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