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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 GLEN, Amy K UVM 15:09.8 / 5
6 34 KULLAS, Natasha UNH 15:18.0 / 6
7 29 LEEDS, Ellery UVM 15:28.3 / 7
8 67 EGAN, Laurel Clare UNH 15:29.0 / 8
9 62 TOFTE, Alena HAR 15:33.1 / 9
10 43 BEAN, Anya UNH 15:36.0 / 10

Complete live results from Bart Timing (unofficial)

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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 and fourth respectively for the Big Green. Dimitri Luthi (WIL) took fifth, the only non-Dartmouth or UVM skier in the top-7.

Scott Patterson, just back from World Juniors, and Dylan Grald rounded out the UVM scoring in sixth and seventh.

The current team standings have UVM holding a 22 point lead on Dartmouth. UNH is third.

Cross-country racing continues on Saturday with a 5/10km freestyle that is also an Eastern Cup event.

Team scoring includes alpine races as well. No results have been posted from today’s giant slalom event.

Women’s EISA 15km Classic Results

Men’s EISA 20km Classic Results

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