Skiing Finishes Ninth at EISA Championships

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Harvard finished its team season in ninth place out of 16 competing schools at the EISA Championships in Middlebury and Stowe, Vt.

Rebecca Nadler led the alpine teams once again with a 12th place finish in the giant slalom. Catherine Sheils finished in 26th position. In the slalom, Cate Kistler continued her ascent up the individual rankings with a 16th place finish after starting in 29th. Nadler continued her steady weekend with a 19th place finish.

In the men's giant slalom, Kevin McNamara led the way with a 56th place finish while Ian Anderson's 48th place finish led the way in the slalom.

In Nordic action, once again held at the Trapp Family Lodge, Alena Tofte finished an impressive day with a 12th place finish in the 5K free technique event after starting all the way back in 62nd. Esther Kennedy provided important points with a 17th place finish.

Tofte was even better in the 15k Classic event with a ninth place finish, just three hundredths of a second out of eighth position.

Chris Stock led the men with a 40th place finish in the 10k free technique while, in the 20k Classic, Akeo Maifeld-Carcucci finished 15th after starting in 43rd position.


Team Results
Vermont - 955
Dartmouth - 848
Middlebury - 724.5
New Hampshire - 724.5
Williams - 539.5
St. Lawrence -518.5
Colby - 502
Bates - 488
Harvard - 313.5
St. Michael's - 295.5
Bowdoin - 183
Maine Presque Isle - 131
Plymouth State - 128
Boston College - 111
Colby-Sawyer - 70
Clarkson - 19