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Utah wins the 2021 NC skiing championship

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2021 NC skiing championship: freestyle recap
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8:29 pm, March 13, 2021

Final results, standings from day 4 of the 2021 NC skiing championships

Utah won the 2021 college skiing championships on Saturday.

Utah won the 2021 college skiing championships on Saturday, with a total score of 554. Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger took the women's 15K freestyle at 38:31.0 and Colorado's Magnus Boee came in first in the men's 20k freestyle at 48:02.4. You can see all final team scores here on the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association Site, which is where that screenshot above comes from. Watch the full replay of day 4 here, and to watch a brief recap of the fourth day, click here.

  • On day 3, Denver University's Amelia Smart took first place in the women's slalom. University of Vermont's Mathias Tefre took first place in the men's slalom.
  • Watch the full replay of day 3 here or see everything that happened in this brief recap of the third day.
  • On day 2, University of Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger took first place in the women's 5K classic. University of Colorado's Magnus Boee took first place in the men's 10K classic.
  • Watch the full replay of day 2 here or see everything that happened in this brief recap of the second day.
  • On day 1, the University of Colorado's Cassidy Gray took first in women's giant slalom. Westminster College's Mikkel Solbakken snagged first place in men's giant slalom.  
  • Watch the full replay of day 1 here or see everything that happened in 2:52 in this recap of the first day. 

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team Results | Men's Results | Women's Results

3:04 pm, March 13, 2021

Day 4: What to watch for at Cannon Mountain today

Follow along for day 4 of the college skiing championships.

It's the fourth and final day of the 2021 college skiing championships. Utah is in the lead for scoring after three days. You can follow live scoring here on the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association site, which is where that screenshot above comes from.

  • On day 3, Denver University's Amelia Smart took first place in the women's slalom. University of Vermont's Mathias Tefre took first place in the men's slalom.
  • Watch the full replay of day 3 here or see everything that happened in this brief recap of the third day.
  • On day 2, University of Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger took first place in the women's 5K classic. University of Colorado's Magnus Boee took first place in the men's 10K classic.
  • Watch the full replay of day 2 here or see everything that happened in this brief recap of the second day.

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team Results | Men's Results | Women's Results

7:56 pm, March 12, 2021

Results, standings from day 3 of the 2021 NC skiing championships

Day 3 NC Skiing Championship Results

The third day of the 2021 college skiing championships has concluded. Utah remains in the lead after three days of competition at Cannon Mountain, followed by Colorado and Denver. You can follow live scoring here on the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association site, which is where that screenshot above comes from. 

Day 3

  • On day 3, Denver University's Amelia Smart took first place in the women's slalom. University of Vermont's Mathias Tefre took first place in the men's slalom.
  • Watch the full replay of day 3 here or see everything that happened in this brief recap of the third day.

Day 2

  • On day 2, University of Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger took first place in the women's 5K classic. University of Colorado's Magnus Boee took first place in the men's 10K classic.
  • Watch the full replay of day 2 here or see everything that happened in this brief recap of the second day.

Day 1

  • On day 1, the University of Colorado's Cassidy Gray took first in women's giant slalom. Westminster College's Mikkel Solbakken snagged first place in men's giant slalom.  
  • Watch the full replay of day 1 here or see everything that happened in 2:52 in this recap of the first day

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team results | Men's results | Women's results

2:01 pm, March 12, 2021

Day 3: What to watch for at Cannon Mountain today

Day 3 NC Skiing Championship Update

It's the third day of the 2021 college skiing championships. Utah is in the lead for team scoring after two days. You can follow live scoring here on the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association site, which is where that screenshot above comes from.

  • On day 2, University of Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger took first place in the women's 5K classic. University of Colorado's Magnus Boee took first place in the men's 10K classic.
  • Watch the full replay of day 2 here or see everything that happened in in this brief recap of the second day.
  • On day 1, the University of Colorado's Cassidy Gray took first in women's giant slalom. Westminster College's Mikkel Solbakken snagged first place in men's giant slalom.  
  • Watch the full replay of day 1 here or see everything that happened in 2:52 in this recap of the first day

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team results | Men's results | Women's results

6:44 pm, March 11, 2021

Results, standings from day 2 of the 2021 NC skiing championships

Standings after Day 2 of the the 2021 college skiing championships Standings after Day 2 of the the 2021 college skiing championships

That's a wrap on the second day of the 2021 college skiing championships. Utah is in the lead after two days of competition at Cannon Mountain. You can follow live scoring here on the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association site

  • University of Utah's Sydney Palmer-Leger took first place in the women's 5K classic on day 2
  • University of Colorado's Magnus Boee took first place in the men's 10K classic on day 2
  • Watch the full replay of day 2 here or see everything that happened in in this brief recap of the second day.
  • On day 1, The University of Colorado's Cassidy Gray took first in women's giant slalom. Westminster College's Mikkel Solbakken snagged first place in men's giant slalom .
  • Watch the full replay of day 1 here or see everything that happened in 2:52 in this recap of the first day.

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team results | Men's results | Women's results

1:58 pm, March 11, 2021

Day 2: What to watch for at Cannon Mountain today

The 2021 NCAA skiing championships after day 1

It's the second day of the 2021 college skiing championships. Montana State and Westminster are tied for the lead in team scoring after the first day. You can follow live scoring here on the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association site, which is where that screenshot above comes from.

  • The University of Colorado's Cassidy Gray took first in women's giant slalom. Westminster College's Mikkel Solbakken snagged first place in men's giant slalom. 
  • Watch the full replay of day 1 here or see everything that happened in 2:52 in this recap of the first day.

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team results | Men's results | Women's results

3:19 pm, March 10, 2021

Day 1: Results, recaps, full event schedule

The 2021 NC skiing championships are underway at Cannon Mountain and Jackson Nordic Center in New Hampshire.  You can watch livestream coverage of all four days right here on NCAA.com.  Below is the full event schedule. We will live stream the entire event on this page. You can also follow these links to watch individual live streams.

*All times listed in ET

MARCH 10

Giant slalom | Full replay | Day 1 recap

MARCH 11

Classical | 10 a.m. | Watch live here

MARCH 12

Slalom | 9 a.m. | Watch live here

MARCH 13

Freestyle | 10 a.m. | Watch live here

SEE LIVE RESULTS: Team results | Men's results | Women's results

5:06 pm, March 2, 2021

2021 NCAA skiing championships: Men's and women's qualifiers

Participants for the 2021 NCAA skiing championships were announced on March 2. They were selected on a regional basis from two designated regions for Alpine skiing (East and West Regions) and three designated regions for Nordic skiing (Central, East and West Regions).

Click or tap here for the full release.

Here are all the qualifiers who will be in New Hampshire for the championships:

Alpine 

East Region — Men's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Mathias Tefre Vermont 1 2
2 David Frisk Vermont 6 1
3 Crowley Gentile New Hampshire 2 15
4 Declan McCormack Vermont 9 3
5 Marius Solbakken New Hampshire 4 8
6 Will Bruneau-Bouchard New Hampshire 8 5
7 Zach Simmons Boston College 5 24
8 Hunter Watson Plymouth State 7 9
9 Cooper Yates Plymouth State 10 10
10 Tommy Kenosh St. Lawrence 16 11
11 Dawson Hill Plymouth State 19 12
12 Brian Seltzer St. Lawrence 14 20
13 Trent Gutstein Boston College 23 16
14 William Kornya Boston College 21 17
15 Griffin Knorpp St. Lawrence 17 29

East Region — Men's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Raphael Quenneville Vermont 3 6
2 Peder Nersnæs New Hampshire 20 4
3 Corey McConnville New Hampshire NR 7
4 Jordan Phillips New Hampshire 11 19
5 Bridger Harrison Plymouth State 12 22
6 Ben Charleston Boston College NR 13
7 Hayden Dahl New Hampshire 13 NR
8 Diego Holscher Vermont 25 14
9 Ander Gonzalez Plymouth State 15 30
10 Tommy Shantler Plymouth State NR NR

East Region — Women's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Francesca English Vermont 4 1
2 Justine Clement Vermont 1 3
3 Parker Biele Boston College 2 23
4 Mathilde Nelles Plymouth State 11 2
5 Rachel Nawrocki New Hampshire 9 4
6 Fanny Sanderberg New Hampshire NR 5
7 Josefine Selvaag Vermont 5 6
8 Victoria Cubina St. Lawrence 6 20
9 Gigi Quimby Plymouth State 20 10
10 Ava Mattsson St. Lawrence 10 13
11 Lisa Olsson New Hampshire NR 12
12 Ella Pepin St. Lawrence 14 22
13 Carmela Olmo Plymouth State 26 14
14 Lauren Geary Boston College 22 17
15 Haley Castner Boston College 18 18

East Region — Women's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Ella Renzoni Vermont 3 11
2 Rachael Desrochers Vermont 7 8
3 Heidi Roussin New Hampshire 19 7
4 Emma Kearing New Hampshire 8 9
5 Brianna MacDonald New Hampshire 12 15
6 Mckenna Wilson New Hampshire 13 NR
7 Bella Amico St. Lawrence 15 21
8 Lillian Silverstein St. Lawrence 16 25
9 Gabby Smith St. Lawrence 21 16
10 Lila Schibli St. Lawrence 17 NR
11 Claire MacDonell Plymouth State 27 19

West Region — Men's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Tobias Kogler Denver 1 26
2 Filip Forejtek Colorado 3 2
3 Gustav Vøllo Utah 2 13
4 Wilhelm Normannseth Utah 10 3
5 Francesco Gori Westminster 17 4
6 Mikkel Solbakken Westminster 4 5
7 Louis Mühlen-Schulte Montana State 5 6
8 Joachim Mjelde WMC 6 21
9 Åge Solheim Montana State 9 7
10 Joachim Lien Utah 13 8
11 Louis Fausa Colorado 8 10
12 Didrik Nilsen Alaska Anchorage 10 19
13 Riley Seger Montana State 12 30
14 Simon Fournier Denver 19 15
15 Joey Young Colorado 15 29
16 Mike Soetaert Alaska Anchorage 35 16
17 Tristan Lane Denver 18 34
18 Moro Bamber Alaska Anchorage 37 21

West Region — Men's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Bjorn Brudevoll Utah 29 1
2 Huston Philp Utah 7 21
3 Martin Arene Westminster 16 9
4 Dawson Yates Montana State 21 11
5 Francesco Galdiolo Westminster 23 12
6 Dalmalm Gustav Westminster 28 14
7 Tomas Birkner Utah 14 20
8 Alex Coltier Westminster 29 17
9 Max Bervy Colorado 22 18
10 Bobby Ryan Colorado 19 28

West Region — Women's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Amelia Smart Denver 27 1
2 Julia Toiviainen Westminster 1 3
3 Tegan Wold Montana State 11 2
4 Hannah Saethereng Westminster 2 21
5 Nellie Talbot Montana State 3 26
6 Katie Vesterstein Utah 23 4
7 Stef Fleckenstein Colorado 4 9
8 Lana Zbasnik Westminster 5 11
9 Reece Bell Denver 16 6
10 Katie Parker Utah 6 31
11 Rebecca Fiegl Alaska Anchorage 11 7
12 Sona Moravcikova Utah 7 18
13 Kristiane Bekkestad Montana State 9 8
14 Georgia Burgess Alaska Anchorage 8 24
15 Li Djurestaal Alaska Anchorage 19 13
16 Emma Hammergaard Colorado 15 15
17 Cassidy Gray Colorado 18 20
18 Eleri Smart Denver 26 19

West Region — Women's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL GS SEED SLALOM SEED
1 Madison Hoffman Utah 20 5
2 Michelle Kervén Utah 26 10
3 Henriette Resen Westminster 10 27
4 Denise Dingsleder Westminster 21 12
5 Andrea Arnold Colorado 12 21
6 Isabelle Fidjeland Colorado 11 14
7 Brynne Hitchcock Montana State 23 16
8 Kaitlyn Harsch Colorado 23 16
9 Claire Timmermann Utah 17 34
10 Juliette Gauthier Westminster 21 30

Nordic

East Region — Men's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 10K SEED 20K SEED
1 Scott Schulz New Hampshire 2 1
2 Matias Øevrum Vermont 1 5
3 Jacob Nystedt Vermont 3 3
4 James Schneider New Hampshire 8 2
5 Mark Young Colby 4 17
6 William Solow Colby 6 10
7 Greg Burt Vermont 5 12
8 Seth Wyatt New Hampshire 9 7
9 Andy Rightmire Colby 7 19
10 Timothy Cunningham St. Lawrence 16 11
11 Charlie Reinhardt St. Lawrence 18 15
12 George Gowdy St. Lawrence 20 18
13 Michael Giraldi Clarkson 17 NR
14 Conner Roberts Clarkson 21 NR
15 Michael Salo Clarkson 23 NR

East Region — Men's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 10K SEED 20K SEED
1 Andrew Meyer New Hampshire 14 4
2 Bjorn Westervelt Vermont 11 9
3 Jakob Velle New Hampshire 13 8
4 Torsten Brinkema Colby 12 16
5 Zach Nemeth Colby 15 13
6 Kieran Hahn New Hampshire NR 6
7 Everettt Olson New Hampshire 10 NR
8 Cameron Brochu St. Lawrence 22 21
9 Anders Sonnesyn New Hampshire NR 14
10 Simon Zehr Clarkson 19 NR

East Region — Women's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 5K SEED 15K SEED
1 Jasmine Lyons New Hampshire 2 1
2 Anna Bizyukova Vermont 1 3
3 Lucinda Anderson New Hampshire 3 2
4 Lina Sutro Vermont 4 5
5 Stephanie Nicols St. Lawrence 15 4
6 Kirsten Miller Colby 5 13
7 Georgianna Fischer New Hampshire 12 20
8 Jordan Schuster St. Lawrence 17 14
9 Gabrielle Wangler St. Lawrence 19 15
10 Waverly Gebhardt Vermont 8 NR
11 Lillian Magnus Clarkson 23 NR
12 Ava Schieffert Clarkson 24 NR
13 Elise Paquette Clarkson 25 NR

East Region — Women's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 5K SEED 15K SEED
1 Anna Schriefer New Hampshire 9 6
2 Lea Stabæk Wenaas New Hampshire 11 7
3 Dariya Kuznetsova New Hampshire 6 8
4 Annie McCologan Vermont 7 12
5 Ingrid Norton New Hampshire 13 11
6 Libby Tuttle Vermont 14 10
7 Schuyler Michalak New Hampshire 16 9
8 Phoebe Sweet Vermont 10 19
9 Sydney Peterson St. Lawrence 18 17
10 Claire Wagner St. Lawrence 20 18
11 Abigail Howard Clarkson 26 NR

West Region — Men's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 10K SEED 20K SEED
1 Magnus Boee Colorado 1 1
2 Samuel Hendry Utah 2 2
3 Bjørn Riksaasen Utah 5 3
4 Zanden McMullen Montana State 6 6
5 Sigurd Roenning Alaska Anchorage 3 7
6 Oyvind Haugan Colorado 7 4
7 Bernhard Flaschberger Denver 12 5
8 Luke Jager Utah 8 8
9 Espen Person Alaska Anchorage 9 16
10 Will Koch Colorado 14 11
11 Reed Godfrey Montana State 16 12
12 Mike Ophoff Alaska Fairbanks 11 23
13 Christopher Kalev Alaska Fairbanks 17 14
14 Eli Jensen Montana State 13 20
15 Borgar Norrud Denver 19 17
16 Magnus Noroey Alaska Anchorage 22 13
17 Ole Marius Kirkeng Denver 21 26

West Region — Men's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 10K SEED 20K SEED
1 Ola Jordheim Utah 4 10
2 Ryan Jackson Colorado 10 18
3 Noel Keeffe Utah 20 9
4 Ti Donaldson Montana State 18 19
5 Eli Hermanson Montana State 15 25
6 Wyatt Gebhardt Colorado 23 15
7 Tyler Terranova Colorado 25 22
8 Lukash Platil Alaska Fairbanks 28 21
9 Jimmy Colfer Denver 26 24
10 Derek Dueling Alaska Anchorage 24 30
11 Logan Mowry Alaska Fairbanks 30 27
12 Ty Godfrey Montana State 27 29
13 Evan Barbier Denver 29 28
14 Patrick Marbacher Alaska Anchorage 31 31

West Region — Women's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 5K SEED 15K SEED
1 Novie McCabe Utah 2 1
2 Julia Richter Utah 3 2
3 Sydney Palmer-Leger  Utah 1 4
4 Astrid Stav Alaska Anchorage 4 3
5 Mariel Pulles Alaska Fairbanks 8 12
6 Vera Norli Denver 6 14
7 Anna-Maria Deitze Colorado 11 7
8 Ezra Smith Colorado 10 8
9 Tuva Bygrave Alaska Anchorage 13 9
10 Weronica Kaleta Colorado 12 10
11 Sophia Mazzoni Montana State 9 15
12 Kendall Kramer Alaska Fairbanks 17 13
13 Adrianna Profitt Montana State 16 18
14 Hanna Ray Denver 15 21
15 Aubrey Leclair Montana State 20 16
16 Pascale Paradis Alaska Anchorage 22 17
17 Emma Larsson Denver 25 25
18 Catherine Reed-Metayer Alaska Fairbanks 27 30

West Region — Women's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 5K SEED 15K SEED
1 Mariah Bredal Utah 5 5
2 Karianne Moe Utah 7 6
3 Abby Jarzin Utah 14 11
4 Quinn Lehmkuhl Colorado 18 19
5 Ivy Eski Colorado 24 20
6 Karly Coyne Alaska Anchorage 21 22
7 Emma Albrecht Montana State 19 23
8 Tuva Granoeien Alaska Anchorage 23 26
9 Gracie Shanley Denver 26 24
10 Sadie Cotton Denver 28 27
11 Rya Berrigan Alaska Fairbanks 29 29
12 Helen Wilson Alaska Anchorage 30 28
13 Sage Robine Alaska Fairbanks 31 31

Central Region — Men's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 10K SEED 20K SEED
1 Zak Ketterson Northern Michigan 1 1
2 Kjetil Baanerud Northern Michigan 2 2
3 Tobias Moosmann Northern Michigan 4 3
4 Emil Book Bratbak St. Scholastica 3 6
5 Reid Goble Michigan Tech 9 4
6 Patrick Acton Michigan Tech 11 5
7 Aleksi Leino Michigan Tech 7 12
8 John Schwinghamer St. Scholastica 10 11

Central Region — Men's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 10K SEED 20K SEED
1 Maurus Grond Northern Michigan 8 7
2 Daniel Streinz Northern Michigan 6 9
3 Matt Bourne Northern Michigan 5 15
4 Kristoffer Karsrud Northern Michigan 12 10
5 Skylar Patten Michigan Tech 19 8
6 Cedric Keller Michigan Tech 14 13

Central Region — Women's Qualifiers

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 5K SEED 15K SEED
1 Molly Miller Northern Michigan 1 1
2 Anabel Needham Michigan Tech 2 6
3 Malin Boerjesjoe Northern Michigan 3 2
4 Hilde Eide Northern Michigan 4 3
5 Henriette Semb Michigan Tech 5 4
6 Olivia Laven Michigan Tech 11 8
7 Maj-Lis Helmer St. Scholastica 22 17
8 Emma Stertz St. Scholastica 16 19
9 Maggie Whitaker St. Scholastica 21 18

Central Region — Women's Alternates

  FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL 5K SEED 15K SEED
1 Pearl Harvey Northern Michigan 10 5
2 Savanna Fassio Northern Michigan 9 7
3 Merle Richter Northern Michigan 6 10
4 Oda Hovland Michigan Tech 7 11
5 Pauline Forren Northern Michigan 8 12
6 Nadine Matter Northern Michigan 12 9
7 Johanna Craig Michigan Tech 14 13

PARTICIPANTS BY INSTITUTION

Institution MEN'S ALPINE WOMEN'S ALPINE MEN'S NORDIC WOMEN'S NORDIC TOTAL
Alaska Anchorage 3 3 3 3 12
Alaska Fairbanks     2 3 5
Boston College 3 3     6
Clarkson     3 3 6
Colby     3 1 4
Colorado 3 3 3 3 12
Denver 3 3 3 3 12
Michigan Tech     3 3 6
Montana State 3 3 3 3 12
New Hampshire 3 3 3 3 12
Northern Michigan     3 3 6
Plymouth State 3 3     6
St. Lawrence 3 3 3 3 12
St. Scholastica     2 3 5
Utah 3 3 3 3 12
Vermont 3 3 3 3 12
Westminster (Utah) 3 3     6
10:22 pm, February 19, 2021

College skiing championship history

Utah (530.5 points) edged Vermont (476) to take home the NC skiing team national championship in 2019. It was the Utes' 12th national title and second in three years.

Click or tap here for the full final scores, team and individual, from the 2019 championships. Below is the year-by-year national championship history, since 1954.

YEAR CHAMPION COACH POINTS RUNNER-UP POINTS HOST OR SITE
2019 Utah Miles Havlick 530.5 Vermont 476 Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont
2018 Denver Andy LeRoy 603 Colorado 563 Steamboat, Colo. (Howelsen Hill)
2017 Utah  Kevin Sweeney 541.5 Colorado 525 New Hampshire (Jackson)
2016 Denver  Andy LeRoy 567.5 Colorado 491.5 Colorado (Steamboat Springs)
2015 Colorado Richard Rokos 505 Denver 478 St. Lawrence (Lake Placid)
2014 Denver Andy LeRoy 556 Vermont 487.5 Utah
2013 Colorado Richard Rokos 708 Utah 665 Middlebury
2012 Vermont Bill Reichelt 832 Utah 671 Bridger Bowl
2011 Colorado Richard Rokos 831 Utah 750 Stowe
2010 Denver Andy LeRoy 785.5 Colorado 714 Colorado (Steamboat Springs)
2009 Denver Andy LeRoy 659 Colorado 602.5 Bates
2008 Denver Andy LeRoy 649.6 Colorado 619 Montana State
2007 Dartmouth Cami Thompson 698 Denver 648 New Hampshire
2006 Colorado Richard Rokos 654 New Mexico 556 Colorado (Steamboat Springs)
2005 Denver Jurt Smitz 622.5 Vermont 575 Vermont
2004 New Mexico George Brooks 623 Utah 581 Nevada (Truckee, Calif.)
2003 Utah Kevin Sweeney 682 Vermont 551 Dartmouth
2002 Denver Kurt Smitz 656 Colorado 612 Alaska Anchorage
2001 Denver Kurt Smitz 649 Vermont 605 Middlebury
2000 Denver Kurt Smitz 720 Colorado 621 Park City
1999 Colorado Richard Rokos 650 Denver 636 Bates
1998 Colorado Richard Rokos 654 Utah 651.5 Bozeman
1997 Utah Pat Miller 686 Vermont 646.5 Vermont
1996 Utah Pat Miller 719 Denver 635.5 Bozeman
1995 Colorado Richard Rokos 720.5 Utah 711 New Hampshire
1994 Vermont Chip LaCasse 688 Utah 667 Sugarloaf Mountain
1993 Utah Pat Miller 783 Vermont 700.5 Steamboat Springs
1992 Vermont Chip LaCasse 693.5 New Mexico 642.5 New Hampshire
1991 Colorado Richard Rokos 713 Vermont 682 Park City
1990 Vermont Chip LaCasse 671 Utah 571 Vermont
1989 Vermont Chip LaCasse 672 Utah 668 Jackson Hole
1988 Utah Pat Miller 651 Vermont 614 Middlebury
1987 Utah Pat Miller 710 Vermont 627 Anchorage
1986 Utah Pat Miller 612 Vermont 602 Vermont
1985 Wyoming Tim Ameel 764 Utah 744 Bozeman
1984 Utah Pat Miller 750.5 Vermont 684 New Hampshire
1983 Utah Pat Miller 696 Vermont 650 Bozeman
1982 Colorado Tim Hinderman 461 Vermont 436.5 Lake Placid
1981 Utah Pat Miller 183 Vermont 172 Park City
1980 Vermont Chip LaCasse 171 Utah 151 Lake Placid and Stowe
1979 Colorado Tim Hinderman 153 Utah 130 Steamboat Springs
1978 Colorado Bill Marolt 152.5 Wyoming 121.5 Cannon Mountain
1977 Colorado Bill Marolt 179 Wyoming 154.5 Winter Park
1976 Colorado/Dartmouth Bill Marolt/Jim Page 112      
1975 Colorado Bill Marolt 183 Vermont 115 Bates
1974 Colorado Bill Marolt 176 Wyoming 162 Fort Lewis
1973 Colorado Bill Marolt 381.89 Wyoming 377.83 Jackson Hole
1972 Colorado Bill Marolt 385.3 Denver 380.1 Middlebury
1971 Denver Peder Pytte 394.7 Colorado 373.1 Winter Park
1970 Denver Willy Schaeffler 386.6 Dartmouth 378.8 Terry Peak
1969 Denver Willy Schaeffler 388.6 Dartmouth 372 Mount Werner
1968 Wyoming John Cress 383.9 Denver 376.2 Mount Werner
1967 Denver Willy Schaeffler 376.7 Wyoming 375.9 Sugarloaf Mountain
1966 Denver Willy Schaeffler 381.02 Western State 365.92 Crested Butte
1965 Denver Willy Schaeffler 380.5 Utah 378.4 Crystal Mountain
1964 Denver Willy Schaeffler 370.2 Dartmouth 368.7 Franconia Notch
1963 Denver Willy Schaeffler 384.6 Colorado 381.6 Solitude
1962 Denver Willy Schaeffler 390.08 Colorado 374.3 Squaw Valley
1961 Denver Willy Schaeffler 376.19 Middlebury 366.94 Middlebury
1960 Colorado Bob Beattie 571.4 Denver 568.6 Bridger Bowl
1959 Colorado Bob Beattie 549.4 Denver 543.6 Winter Park
1958 Dartmouth Al Merrill 561.2 Denver 550.6 Dartmouth
1957 Denver Willy Schaeffler 577.95 Colorado 545.29 Ogden Snow Basin
1956 Denver Willy Schaeffler 582.01 Dartmouth 541.77 Winter Park
1955 Denver Willy Schaeffler 567.05 Dartmouth 558.935 Norwich
1954 Denver Willy Schaeffler 384 Seattle 349.6 Nevada