HANOVER, N.H. — A total of 279 student-athletes from 29 schools were honored by the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association (USCSCA) on the National Collegiate All-Academic Ski Team. Of those 279, no less than 12 are members of the Dartmouth ski team.
|Lydia Blanchet||So.||Undeclared||Anchorage, Alaska|
|Stephanie Currie||Fr.||Undeclared||Toronto, Ontario|
|Alexa Dlouhy||So.||Undeclared||Montreal, Quebec|
|David Domonoske||Fr.||Undeclared||Park City, Utah|
|Taryn Hunt-Smith||So.||Undeclared||Anchorage, Alaska|
|Gavin McEwen||So.||Undeclared||Weston, Mass.|
|Brian McLaughlin||Jr.||Engineering sciences||Topsfield, Mass.|
|Hannah Melinchuk||So.||Undeclared||Edmonton, Alberta|
|Kelly Moore||Jr.||Geography||Ottawa, Ontario|
|Robert Overing||Sr.||Engineering||Rothesay, New Brunswick|
|Foreste Peterson||Jr.||Environmental studies||Berkeley, Calif.|
|Zoe Snow||Jr.||Psychology||East Burke, Vt.|
To qualify, student-athletes must have a cumulative 3.5 grade point average and have competed in one of three NCAA Regional Championships held last weekend.
The NCAA Skiing Championships, hosted by the University of New Hampshire in Franconia and Jackson, New Hampshire, begin on Wednesday, March 8, and will be webcast live on NCAA.com. Visit ncaa.com/liveschedule to watch all of the action.