Earned first-team All-America honors in both races at the NCAA Championships, placing third in the 5K Free, then second in the 15K Classic, coming up two inches and a tenth of a second short of the winner in a thrilling race ... also placed third and second in those events, respectively, at the EISA Championships ... ranked second in the EISA in both freestyle and classic racing ... top NCAA qualifier from the East ... reached the podium in 12 of her 13 races during the season, winning four ... top Big Green finisher in 11 of the 13 races as well ... two-time DartmouthSports.com Athlete of the Week (Feb. 8 and March 14).
Other Career Highlights
- 8th U.S. National Championship Sprint
- 26th FIS World Junior Championship Sprint
- 2nd Junior Olympic Championship CL
- Three-time Eastern Cup winner
Dartmouth has strong academics and one of the best ski teams in the country so it seemed like an ideal choice.
How long have you been skiing and what got you interested in skiing?
I think I put on my first pair of skis right after I learned how to walk and a lot of my family skis so I grew up doing it.
Have you won any academic or skiing awards recently?
EISA rookie of the year, EISA 1st Team All-East, NCAA All-American, 2009 World Junior Team
Tell me something interesting about you that might come as a surprise to your teammates.
I was bald until I was two and I'm scared of the water.
What are your future plans, if any?
I'd like to ski until I'm ready to move on and I'm leaning towards a sociology or geography major so I'd like to do something with that.