Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2016-17 winter season, the league office announced Thursday.
The junior finished just 0.33 seconds off the pace to reach the podium.
The NorAm Finals begin today in Quebec with 10 Big Green skiers competing, including junior Foreste Peterson who has an opportunity to earn World Cup starts for the following season.
The Big Green ski team finished fourth at the NCAA championship. They were helped along the way with All-American performances by senior Thomas Woolson and sophomore Alexa Dlouhy.
Fabian Stocek garnered first-team All-America honors by placing fifth in the men's 20K Freestyle on Saturday, while Luke Brown picked up a spot on the second team in ninth place.
Foreste Peterson led the four Dartmouth skiers to finish among the top 10 in the slalom on Friday, earning the third step on the podium at the NCAA Skiing Championships.
Freshman Lauren Jortberg placed 10th in the women's 5K Classical at the NCAA Championships on Thursday to lead the Big Green skiers.
Brian McLaughlin finished on the podium for the giant slalom, helping Dartmouth finish the first day of the NCAA Skiing Championships in fourth place with 107 points.
The last time the NCAA Skiing Championships took place in the state of New Hampshire, Dartmouth won the national title. Ten years later, the Big Green have their sights set on another crown.
Twelve members of the Dartmouth ski team were named to the USCSCA National Collegiate All-Academic Ski Team on Friday.
Dartmouth is one of seven teams that will be sending the full allotment of 12 skiers to the NCAA Championships next week in Franconia and Jackson, New Hampshire.
Victories in both freestyle races on Saturday, Dartmouth won the Bates Carnival and Eastern Regional, qualifying full team of 12 skiers for the NCAA Championship in two weeks.