2024 NCAA Championships (March 6-9, 2024)
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March 6: Men's GS | Women's GS
March 7: Men's Freestyle | Women's Freestyle
March 8: Women's Slalom | Men's Slalom
March 9: Women's Classic | Men's Classic


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Colorado Wins 21st National Championship With Second-Largest Final-Day Comeback

March 9, 2024

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo.—The Colorado Buffaloes came into the final day of the NCAA Championships in third place down 51 points behind the Utah Utes and Denver Pioneers. By the end of Saturday, the Buffs had made up 53 points on their “home hill” and overtook the top two teams to bring a 21st National Championship to Boulder.

Full Story | Team Results

Colorado Sweeps Slalom Races, Utah In Command Of Team Standings

March 8, 2024

Utah Extends Lead At NCAA Ski Championships Following Day 2

March 7, 2024

Utah Takes Day 1 Lead At NCAA Championships

March 6, 2024

2024 All-RMISA Teams Announced

February 28, 2024

NCAA Championship Selections Announced

February 27, 2024

Next Competition:

December 31, 1969

Countdown To Start


2024 Schedule Full Schedule

January 7RMISA Nordic Qualifier
January 2-19Westminter InvitationalWestminster
January 12-20Utah InvitationalUtah
February 2-3Colorado InvitationalColorado
February 5-10Denver InvitationalDenver
February 1-22RMISA Alpine Qualifiers
February 23-25RMISA ChampionshipsMontana State
March 6-9NCAA ChampionshipsColorado

2024 Standings Full Standings

Rk. School M-A W-A M-N W-N Total
1. Colorado570.55496765862381.5
2. Denver5506307124832375
3. Utah614.55765606212371.5
4. Montana State488.54634906102051.5
5. Alaska Anchorage4544864365231899
6. Westminster512.5520001032.5
7. Alaska Fairbanks00440518958
8. Nevada24913700474
9. Colorado Mountain19616200417
10. Wyoming00185173358
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