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EISA: UNH Women, Dartmouth Men Take Sprint Relays

The UNH women and Dartmouth men claimed team sprint relay victories today in the final day of the Middlebury Carnival.

UNH’s Claire Egan, Elizabeth Guiney and Natasha Kullas seven seconds up on Dartmouth’s top team for the win, while Dartmouth’s team of Nils Koons, Sam Tarling and Eric Packer had nearly a minute over the UVM men.

Women’s Results

Men’s Results

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EISA: Dartmouth cruises, Colby men impress at Midd

Dartmouth topped the field in the men’s and women’s 10K freestyle races today, with Erika Flowers and Eric Packer taking individual wins at Breadloaf. In men’s racing, Dartmouth showed off their depth by stacking 4 men in the top 6, but Colby’s men were the talk of the race with their much-improved second place showing.  After finishing 5th or 6th as a team in the four previous carnivals, Colby found themselves just ahead of UVM and Middlebury today behind some stellar skiing from Wyatt Fereday (3rd), Jake Barton (10th) and Levin Zars (12th). Women’s results see-sawed between Dartmouth  (Flowers (1st), Rosie Brennan (3rd) and Steph Crocker (5th)) and UVM (Lucy Garrec (2nd), Caitlin Curran (4th) and Amy Glen (6th), with the Big Green prevailing to take the women’s team score.   The only non-Dartmouth/UVM top 10 finishers were Middlebury’s Corrine Prevot (9th) and UNH’s Elizabeth Guiney (10th). EISA racing action returns…

CCSA SKIING – NMU on top as Liebner, Freeman win at CCSA Championships Freestyle

Editor’s Note: The results from Saturday’s CCSA freestyle race were not immediately available. The following is a somewhat tardy report on that race, as well as a link to complete results. February 12, 2011– Northern Michigan sits atop both the men’s and women’s leaderboard after the first day of racing at the CCSA Championships in Ishpeming, Mich. The Wildcats swept the podium in the men’s 10K skate, and put each of their three scoring skiers in the top 8 in the women’s 5K event. Andy Liebner continued his outstanding 2011 season for the Wildcats with a dominate victory at the Al Quaal Trails on Saturday. The junior crossed the line in 29:24.8 – over a minute and 20 seconds faster than his nearest competitor. NMU freshman Erik Soderman enjoyed one of the best finishes of his young career, taking second, followed closely by teammate Chris Bowler to round out the…

Havlick and Graefnings Give Utah Freestyle Sweep

Maria Graefnings (UU) bounced back from a sub-par performance in Saturday’s 5km classic, where she placed fifth, to win the 21km freestyle on Sunday. Graefnings bested Eliska Hajkova (CU) by 16 seconds to claim the victory in the combined SuperTour/RMISA race. Graefnings took the overall win as well, edging Chelsea Holmes for the 2011 Owl Creek Chase title. The Colorado women took places two through four in the collegiate race, led by Hajkova with Joanne Reid and Alex Turzian following. Havlick overcame a strong performance by MSU’s Tyler Reinking, taking the win by a mere 3.9 seconds. Reinking was second and teammate Michael Schallinger third. Havlick capped a successful weekend, adding the victory to a second place in the 10km classic, and finishing fourth in the overall SuperTour event. The dual wins was not enough to give Utah the overall win for the Denver Invitational. In the four event combined,…

Reids Win RMISA DU Invitational

Reid Pletcher and Joanne Reid both of Colorado University won yesterday’s RMISA Denver University Invitational.   Pletcher took home top honors in the men’s 10km classic race, while his teammate Reid did the same in the ladies’ 5km classic race. In a time of 27:41 Pletcher established a six second margin over the University of Utah’s Miles Havlick who finished second. The University of New Mexico’s Tor-Hellebostad was another five seconds back in 27:52 for third. Denver University teammates Kristian Soerlund and Andrew Dougherty took fourth and fifth respectively to round out the top five. Colorado University and the University of New Mexico both scored 107 points to lead the men’s Nordic team competition, while DU sits in third with 102 points. In the ladies’ race Reid slid across the line in a time of 15:35 to best the University of New Mexico’s Teresa Andersson by three seconds. CU’s Eliska…

EISA: Patterson, Tarling take Day 2 Classic Races, UVM tops Dartmouth Overall

Hanover, NH – Dartmouth’s Sam Tarling & UVM’s Caitlin Patterson captured titles in the 20/15K classic races today, with UVM prevailing to win the Dartmouth Carnival over the host school. Men’s 20K Classic Top 10:      PL BIB NAME                    TEAM            TIME      PTS   NCAA       1     2 TARLING, Sam            DAR         1:00:31.3 50.0         100       2     4 PACKER, Eric            DAR         1:00:31.4 47.0          80       3     1 BERNSTEIN, Franz        UVM         1:00:32.7 44.0          60       4     3 KOONS, Nils             DAR         1:01:03.4 41.0          50       5     6 PATTERSON, Scott        UVM         1:01:08.0 39.0          45       6    12 MARSTON, Chase          MID         1:01:08.1 37.0          40       7    34 SINCLAIR, David         DAR         1:01:08.8               36       8    17 MANGAN, Steven          DAR         1:01:58.8               32       9    11 HOWE, Alexander         UVM         1:02:08.5 35.0          29      10    18 LACY, Scott             DAR         1:02:12.0               26 Complete Men’s Results Women’s 15K Classic Top 10:        PL BIB NAME                    TEAM            TIME      PTS   NCAA       1     1 PATTERSON, Caitlin      UVM           51:54.6 50.0         100       2     3 BRENNAN, Rosie          DAR           52:28.8 47.0          80       3     8 HART, Annie             DAR           52:32.0 44.0          60       4     5 EGAN, Clare             UNH           52:34.3 41.0          50       5     9 CROCKER, Steph          DAR           52:40.9 39.0          45       6     6 FLOWERS, Erika          DAR           52:44.9               40       7    12 CURRAN, Caitlin L       UVM           52:50.1 37.0          36       8     7 RUPPERTSBERGER,         BAT           52:51.4 35.0          32               Natalie       9     2 GUINEY, Elizabeth       UNH           53:16.2 33.0          29      10    19 GOLOVKINA, Olga         CBC           53:18.4 31.0          26 Complete Women’s Results Team Scores: 1. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT UVM 1002.0 2. DARTMOUTH COLLEGE DAR 904.0 3. MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE MID 722.0 4. UNIV OF NEW HAMPSHIRE UNH 687.0 5. WILLIAMS COLLEGE WIL 594.0 6. COLBY COLLEGE CBC 521.0 7. BATES COLLEGE BAT 513.0 8. ST LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY SLU 481.0 9. HARVARD UNIVERSITY HAR 378.0 10. ST MICHAELS COLLEGE SMC 236.0 11. BOWDOIN COLLEGE BOW 185.0 12. UNIVERSITY OF ME -PRESQUE ISLE UMPI 127.0 Complete Team Scores buy ortho tri-cyclen

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…

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 buy ortho tri-cyclen

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 buy ortho tri-cyclen

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…