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Utah wins the 2022 NC skiing championship

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2022 NC skiing championship: freestyle recap
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8:58 pm, March 12, 2022

Utah wins 2022 NC skiing national championship

Utah won the NCAA skiing title for the 15th time in program history, winning the 2022 crown.

Here are the full results following Day 4 of the 2022 NC skiing championships. 

Team scores 

1. Utah: 578.0 points
2. Vermont: 511.5 points
3. Denver: 436.5 points
4. Colorado: 435.0 points
5. Alaska Anchorage: 269.0 points
6. New Hampshire: 241.0 points
7. Alaska Fairbanks: 239.0 points
8. Westminster: 231.0 points
9. Montana State: 213.0 points
10. Middlebury: 209.5 points

Saturday's individual results:

Men's freestyle 

1. Ben Ogden, Vermont: 40.0 points 
2. Samuel Hendry, Utah: 37.0 points 
3. JC Shoonmaker, Alaska Anchorage: 34.0 points
4. Bernhard Flaschberger, Denver: 31.0 points
5. Peter Wolter, Middlebury: 29.0 points 
6. Joe Davies, Alaska Fairbanks: 27.0 points 
7. Kjetil Baanerud, Northern Michigan: 25.0 points 
8. Espen Persen, Alaska Anchorage: 23.0 points 
9. Jacob Nystedt, Vermont: 22.0 points
10. Skylar Patten, Michigan Tech: 21.0 points 

Women's freestyle 

1. Sophia Laukli, Utah: 40.0 points
2. Novie McCabe, Utah: 37.0 points
3. Jasmine Lyons, New Hampshire: 34.0 points
4. Kendall Kramer, Alaska Fairbanks: 31.0 points
5. Mariel Pulles, Alaska Fairbanks: 29.0 points
6. Anna Bizyukova, Vermont: 27.0 points
7. Hanna Abrahamsson, Colorado: 25.0 points
8. Sydney Palmer-Leger, Utah: 23.0 points
9. Astird Stav, Alaska Anchorage: 22.0 points
10. Renae Anderson, Bowdoin: 21.0 points 

4:21 pm, March 12, 2022

Day 4 Schedule: NC skiing championships

The NC skiing championships rolls on with the fourth day of action at 11:30 a.m. ET from Park City, Utah. Here's the schedule for Saturday Day 4:

Men's Alpine: Men's 20K Freestyle (Soldier Hollow)

Watch live | Real time scores 

Women's Alpine: Women's 15K Freestyle (Soldier Hollow)

10:21 pm, March 11, 2022

Day 3 recap: NC skiing championships

2022 NC skiing championship: slalom recap

Here are the full results from Day 3 of the 2022 NC skiing championships. 

Men's slalom 

1. Mathias Tefre, Vermont: 40.0 points 
2. Gustav Vollo, Utah: 37.0 points 
3. Joachim Lindstol, Vermont: 34.0 points
4. Simon Fournier, Denver: 31.0 points
T-5. Simen Strand, Saint Michael's: 28.0 points 
T-5. Francesco Gori, Westminster College: 28.0 points 
7. Jacob Dilling, Colorado: 25.0 points 
8. Joachim Lien, Utah: 23.0 points 
9. Leon Nikic, Alaska-Anchorage: 22.0 points
10. Filip Forejtek, Colorado: 21.0 points 
 

Women's slalom 

1. Katie Hensien, Denver: 40.0 points
2. Evelina Fredericsson, Westminster College: 37.0 points
3. Kristiane Bekkestad, Montana State: 34.0 points
4. Moa Clementson, Vermont: 31.0 points
5. Denise Dingsleder, Westminster College: 29.0 points
6. Kaja Norbye, Utah: 27.0 points
7. Hannah Utter, Dartmouth: 25.0 points
8. Kaitlyn Harsch, Colorado: 23.0 points
9. Gwen Wattenmaker, Dartmouth: 22.0 points
10. Zoe Michael, New Hampshire: 21.0 points 

Team scoring 

1. Utah: 405.0 points
2. Vermont: 377.5 points
3. Denver: 372.5 points
4. Colorado: 368.0 points
5. Westminster: 231.0 points
6. Montana State: 184.0 points
7. Middlebury: 180.5 points
8. New Hampshire: 165.0 points
9. Alaska Anchorage: 158.0 points
10. Dartmouth: 130.0 points

4:23 pm, March 11, 2022

Day 3 Schedule: NC skiing championships

The NC skiing championships rolls on with the third day of action at 11:30 am ET from Park City, Utah. Here's the schedule for Friday Day 3:

Men's Alpine: 
11: 30 a.m. ET 
2 p.m. ET 

Watch live| Real time scores

Women's Alpine:
12 p.m. ET 
3 p.m. ET 

9:19 pm, March 10, 2022

Results from Thursday

With the day of NC skiing championships over from Park City, Utah, here are the results from the events. 

Women's 5K classical 

1. Novie McCabe, Utah: 40.0 points

T-2. Anna Bizyukova, Vermont: 35.5 points 

T-2. Sophia Laukli, Utah: 35.5 points

4. Anabel Needham, Michigan Tech: 31.0 points 

5. Hanna Abrahamsson, Colorado: 29.0 points 

6. Sydney Palmer-Leger, Utah: 27.0 points 

7. Nea Katajala, Michigan Tech: 25.0 points 

8. Jasmine Lyons, New Hampshire: 23.0 points 

9. Hanna Ray, Denver: 22.0 points 

10. Weronika Kaleta, Colorado: 21.0 points 

Men's 10k classical 

1. Ben Ogden, Vermont: 40.0 points 

2. Andreas Kirkeng, Denver: 37.0 points 

3. Magnus Boee, Colorado: 34.0 points 

4. Christopher Kalev, Alaska-Fairbanks: 31.0 points 

5. Mike Ophoff, Alaska-Fairbanks: 29.0 points 

6. Jacob Nystedt, Vermont: 27.0 points 

7. Will Koch, Colorado: 25.0 points 

8. Peter Wolter, Middlebury: 23.0 points 

9. Espen Persen, Alaska-Anchorage: 22.0 points 

10. Bernhard Flaschberger: 21.0 points 

Here are the current team standings: 

  1. Utah: 286.5 points 
  2. Colorado: 262.0 points 
  3. Denver: 249.0 points 
  4. Vermont: 235.0 points 
  5. Middlebury: 131.5 points 
3:23 pm, March 9, 2022

NC skiing day 2 updated schedule

After inclement weather postponed day 1 of the 2022 NC skiing championships, the Giant Slalom events are scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m. ET on Thursday, March 10.

The Nordic Classic events will go ahead as planned at 12 p.m. ET on Thursday, March 10.

Stay here for updates.

1:44 am, March 9, 2022

2022 NC skiing championships begin Wednesday, March 9

The 2022 NC skiing championships get underway Wednesday morning. Below is the schedule for each of the events through the weekend: 

Men's Alpine
12:30 p.m. ET | Wednesday
4 p.m. ET | Wednesday
11 a.m. ET | Friday
2 p.m. ET | Friday
 
Men's Nordic
2 p.m. ET | Thursday
11:30 a.m. ET | Saturday
 
Women's Alpine
11:30 a.m. ET | Wednesday
3 p.m. ET | Wednesday
12 p.m. ET | Friday
3 p.m. ET | Friday
 
Women's Nordic
12 p.m. ET | Thursday
1:30 p.m. ET | Saturday

You can watch live streams of each event right here on NCAA.com. 

8:04 pm, March 1, 2022

National Collegiate Men’s and Women’s Skiing Committee selects 2022 championship field

NC skiing selections announced

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Skiing Committee announced today the 74 men and 74 women selected to participate in the 2022 National Collegiate Men’s and Women’s Skiing Championships, to be held March 9-12 at Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah and Solider Hollow Nordic Center in Midway, Utah. The championships will be hosted by the University of Utah.

Participants are 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). Bids are awarded to regions using a formula determined by the skiing committee. A maximum of 12 student-athletes (three per gender per discipline) may be selected from an institution.

Alpine events will be held Wednesday, March 9 and Friday, March 11 at Park City. Nordic events will run Thursday, March 10 and Saturday March 12 at Solider Hollow.

This year’s skiing championships will be webcast live on NCAA.com. This year’s skiing championships will be webcast live on NCAA.com. Visit http://www.ncaa.com/liveschedule to watch all the action.

UPDATES: Follow every round of the 2022 NC skiing championships

Nordic participants by region

East regional qualifiers

Central regional qualifiers

West regional qualifiers

Alpine participants by region

East regional qualifiers

West regional qualifiers

INSTITUTION NORDIC (M) NORDIC (W) ALPINE (M) ALPINE (W) TOTAL
Boston College       1 1
Bowdoin College 1 1     2
Colby College   3 1   5
Dartmouth College 3 3 3 3 12
Denver University 3 3 3 3 12
Harvard University 1   1   2
Michigan Tech University 3 3     6
Middlebury College 3 2 3 3 11
Montana State University 2 2 3 3 10
Northern Michigan University 3 3     6
Plymouth State University       2 2
St. Lawerence University 1 1   1 3
St. Michael's University     3 1 4
College of St. Scholastica 1 1     2
Univ. of Alaska Anchorage 3 3 2 2 10
Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks 3 3     6
Univ. of Colorado 3 3 3 3 12
Univ. of New Hampshire 3 3 3 2 11
Univ. of Utah 3 3 3 3 12
Univ. of Vermont 3 3 3 3 12
Univ. of Wisconsin Green Bay 1       1
Westminster College (Utah) 3 3     6
10:38 pm, February 27, 2022

2022 NC skiing selection date and time

NCAA Skiing

The 2022 NC skiing selections will be announced on Tuesday, March 1 via press release right here on NCAA.com.

The 2022 NC skiing championships will run from March 9-12 from the Park City Mountain Resort & Soldier Hollow in Park City, UT.

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10:35 pm, February 27, 2022

NC skiing championship history

Utah has won the last two NC Skiing national championships, winning in 2021 and 2019. Given the cancellation of the 2020 championships, the Utes have won the title every other year dating back to 2017.

See the complete championship history below.

YEAR CHAMPION COACH POINTS RUNNER-UP POINTS HOST OR SITE
2021 Utah Fredrik Landstead 554.0 Colorado 522.5 New Hampsire (Cannon Mountain and Jackson Nordic Center)
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19 -- -- -- -- --
2019 Utah Fredrik Landstead 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