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NCAA Eastern Regional Championships Hosted by Bates College

EISA teams are heading to Maine for Saturday and Sunday competition at NCAA Eastern Regional Championships hosted by Bates College.  These races are the final chance to qualify for NCAA Championships and a great opportunity for racers to have the best races of the season.

Nordic competition is at Black Mountain in Rumford, Maine.  Saturday’s freestyle race is women’s 5km and men’s 10km.  Sunday’s races include women’s 15km classic mass start and men’s 20km classic mass start.

Alpine competition will take place at Sunday River in Newry, Maine.  Saturday is the Slalom and Sunday is the Giant Slalom.

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

Saturday night at the Eastern Regional Banquet the EISA Service Award and Coach of the Year will be announced.  After the final races on Sunday all athletes will gather for the Awards Ceremony at the Gould/Sunday River Comp Center.  Awards will include the overall EISA Points Leader, Rookie of the Year, All-East Team and team awards.

EISA Quick Links
Rankings
Leader Bib
Skier of the Week
Regionals Start Lists/Results
NCAA Eastern Regional Championships Schedule

Schedule

Saturday, February 26
9:30 am  Men’s Slalom 1st run
10:00 am Women’s 5km Freestyle
10:30 am Women’s Slalom 1st run
11:30 am Men’s 10km Freestyle
12:30 pm  Men’s Slalom 2nd run
1:30 pm Women’s Slalom 2nd run
4:00 pm Alpine Coaches Meeting, Gould/Sunday River Comp Center
6:00 pm EISA NCAA Regionals Banquet, Bethel Inn and Conference Center

Sunday, February 27
9:30 am Women’s Giant Slalom 1st run
10:00 am Men’s 20km Classic mass start
10:30 am Men’s Giant Slalom 1st run
12:00 pm Women’s 15km Classic mass start
12:30 pm Women’s Giant Slalom 2nd run
1:30 pm Men’s Giant Slalom 2nd run
3:00 pm Awards Ceremony, Gould/Sunday River Comp Center

All Alpine and Nordic Races are NCAA Qualifiers.

Location:

Alpine | Sunday River, Newry, Maine

Nordic | Black Mountain, Rumford, Maine

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