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EISA Weekend Preview: Dartmouth Carnival

Hanover, NH – EISA racing action moves to Hanover, NH this week for the 101st Dartmouth Winter Carnival.  Nordic Races take place at Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center at Oak Hill in Hanover, NH and Alpine races are at the Dartmouth Skiway, Lyme, NH.

Alpine events kick off on Friday at 9am with the women’s Giant Slalom followed my men’s Giant Slalom at 10am.  Giant Slalom second runs start at 12:30pm.  On Saturday the men’s Slalom at 9:30am, followed by women’s Slalom at 10:30am.  Second run for Slalom starts at 12:30pm.

Nordic events at Oak Hill start with the Men’s 10k freestyle on Friday at 10am.  The women’s 5k freestyle is Friday at 11:15am.  Saturday is the distance race day and all races are mass start.  The women’s 15km classic goes off at 10am and the men’s 20km Classic is at 11:30am.

All of the carnival races this weekend (both Nordic and alpine) are NCAA Qualifiers.

This weekend is also the annual Carnival Crush celebration- an EISA tradition.

Points Leader Bibs

Skiers of the Week

Results

Schedule

February 11 and 12, 2011

Nordic Course Maps (pdf)

Thursday, February 10th
6:30pm Registration- Robinson Hall, Basement
7:00 pm EISA Coaches meeting- Robinson Hall, Rm. 14-15
7:15 pm Alpine Coaches meeting- Robinson Hall, Rm. 14-15
7:15 pm Nordic Coaches meeting- Robinson Hall, Rm. 106

Friday, February 11th
9:00 am Women’s Giant Slalom 1st run
10:00 am Men’s Giant Slalom 1st run
10:00 am Men’s 10km Freestyle*
11:15 am Women’s 5km Freestyl*e
12:30 pm Women’s Giant Slalom 2nd run
1:30 pm Men’s Giant Slalom 2nd run

Saturday, February 12th
9:30am Men’s Slalom 1st run
10:00am Women’s 15km Classic mass start*
10:30am Women’s Slalom 1st run
11:30am Men’s 20km Classic mass start*
12:30 pm Men’s Slalom 2nd run
1:30 pm Women’s Slalom 2nd run
Nordic awards following competition
2:45 pm Alpine Awards for SL and GS

All Alpine Races are NCAA Qualifiers. Nordic Races with a * are NCAA Qualifiers.

Location:

Alpine |Dartmouth Skiway, Lyme Center, NH

Nordic | Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center, Hanover, NH

EISA Announces Skiers of the Week for UVM Carnival

These EISA Skiers of the Week are chosen based on their performance at the UVM Carnival.  Click here to see the full Skier of the Week page or visit the Rankings page. UVM Carnival Nicole Dvorak Middlebury 5th GS 4th SL Rob Cone Middlebury 3rd GS 6th SL Amy Glen UVM 5th Freestyle 2nd Classic Sam Tarling Dartmouth 2nd Freestyle 3rd Classic

RMISA: Graefnings and Smith Win 10km Free at New Mexico Invitional

Utah’s Maria Graefnings crushed the field in the ladies’ 10km freestyle in a time of 29:27, skiing to a 48 second victory over Alexa Turzian (CU).  Turzian came across the line in 30:15, while her teammate Eliska Hajkova rounded out the top three in a time of 30:17. In the men’s race it was Didrik Smith (UU) who climbed to the top step of the podium in a time of 25:59.  MSU’s Ryan Scott took second in a time of 26:15, while New Mexico’s Martin Waaler Kaas finished third in 26:22. In the team standings, Colorado won the ladies’ race with a score of 132, Denver was next with 103 and Utah was right behind in 101.  For the men, it was Utah with 118 points, Montana with 113 and Denver with 102. 2011 UNM Invite Final Results

A Double Patterson Day as Men’s EISA Race is all UVM and Dartmouth

Scott Patterson (UVM) wasn’t going to be outdone by his sister for a second day in a row – and while he couldn’t top her victory in the women’s race, he could match, skiing to a three second win over Dartmouth’s Sam Tarling in the 10km freestyle event at the UVM Carnival. Tarling’s teammate Nils Koons finished third another 2.5 seconds back. And while it is hard to imagine topping the combined UVM/Dartmouth performance put on by the women, the men did just that. Women from the two schools claimed the top five spots and put six in the top ten. The UVM and Dartmouth men however filled the top nine. Middlebury’s Chase Marston finished tenth. As the race was also an open Eastern Cup competition, several non-collegiate skiers cracked the top ten in the overall results, led by Tim Reynolds and Patrick O’Brien, both of the Craftsbury Green Racing…

Patterson Repeats at UVM Carnival

Caitlin Patterson (UVM) completed the two-day sweep at her home college carnival at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe Vermont. For the second consecutive day, it was all UVM and Dartmouth in the women’s race. Patterson won the 5km individual start freestyle in in a time of 14:49.2, exactly three seconds ahead of teammate Lucy Garrec. Yesterday, UVM swept the podium and Dartmouth taking the next two spots. It was only sightly different today. Garrec, who was third on Friday, was followed by by Dartmouth’s Rossie Brennan and Erika Flowers, while Amy Glen (UVM) was fifth. These same skiers made up the top-5 yesterday as well. Results are still unofficial. Women’s 5km Skate – UVM Carnival (unofficial) 1 71 PATTERSON, Caitlin UVM 14:49.2 / 1 2 61 GARREC, Lucy UVM 14:52.2 / 2 3 55 BRENNAN, Rosie DAR 15:04.9 / 3 4 66 FLOWERS, Erika DAR 15:08.5 / 4 5 38…

RMISA: New Mexico Men, Utah Women Take Classic Races at UNM Invitational

University of Utah’s Maria Graefings took the women’s 5k classic race with a sizable 26 second margin over New Mexico’s Martine Weng.  Denver’s Kate Dolan followed, 11 seconds back, in third place. Utah had Graefings’s win, along with Sarah MacCarthy’s 5th place finish and Rose Kemp in 18th place allowed the Lobos to squeeze out a victory by 1 point over Utah. In the men’s 10k classic, Martin Waaler Kaas of New Mexico took the win, 16 seconds over Jesper Oestensen of Colorado, with Kristian Soerlund in third place, another five seconds back. New Mexico claimed the top spot as a team with Tor-Hakon Hellebostad in 8th and Pierre Niess in 10th place for an 8 point win over Colorado. New Mexico Invitational Day 1 Results

CCSA Releases Current Points List – Sieber and Banerud on top

The Central Collegiate Ski Association (CCSA) has released current ranking lists for men and women. These standings determine qualification for the NCAA Championships. Raphaela Sieber (UAF) tops the women’s list, while Martin Banerud (NMU) leads the men. Two men, David Norris and Lex Treinen, both of UAF, auto-qualified for the NCAA championships based on their performances at US Nationals. CCSA Men’s Ranking List (PDF) CCSA Women’s Ranking List (PDF)

UVM Women, Dartmouth Men Dominate EISA Mass Start

The Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association was back in action after a week off, with the first of two days of racing in Stowe, Vermont. The UVM Carnival kicked off with a 15/20km classic mass start, and the hosts gave the home crowd plenty to cheer about. Led by Caitlin Patterson, UVM swept the women’s podium. Amy Glen took second, two seconds behind Patterson, while Lucy Garrec placed third, another five seconds down. The next two spots went to Dartmouth skiers Rosie Brennan and Erika Flowers, and keeping with the theme of team groupings, UNH placed six through eight. In the men’s event, Franz Bernstein matched Patterson’s performance, giving the hosts two victories on the day. Bernstein edged out Dartmouth’s Eric Packer by under two seconds. Despite missing out on the win, Dartmouth was bale to make up some ground in the team competition. Sam Tarling and Nils Koons placed third…