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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING ALASKA NORDIC CUP Nov. 22-23 Alaska Fairbanks RMISA ALPINE QUALIFIER Jan. 6-7 Giant Slalom / Slalom

2015 SEAWOLF SCHEDULE at Fairbanks, Alaska

at Park City, Utah

UTAH INVITATIONAL Jan. 09 Women’s Giant Slalom Jan. 10 Men’s Giant Slalom Jan. 11 Slalom / Freestyle Jan. 12 Classical

at Park City, Utah at Park City, Utah at Park City/Soldier Hollow, Utah at Soldier Hollow, Utah

SPENCER JAMES NELSON MEMORIAL INVITATIONAL Jan. 23 Freestyle Jan. 24 Classical Jan. 25 Slalom Jan. 26 Giant Slalom

at Steamboat Springs, Colo. at Steamboat Springs, Colo. at Eldora, Colo. at Eldora, Colo.

RMISA ALPINE QUALIFIER Jan. 27 Giant Slalom

at Eldora, Colo.

JADE ENTERPRISES NEW MEXICO INVITATIONAL Jan. 30 Classical / Slalom Jan. 31 Freestyle / Slalom

at Red River, N.M. at Red River, N.M.

SEAWOLF INVITATIONAL Feb. 23 Freestyle Feb. 24 Classical Feb. 25 Giant Slalom Feb. 26 Slalom

Girdwood, Alaska Girdwood, Alaska Girdwood, Alaska Girdwood, Alaska

NCAA WEST REGIONAL / RMISA CHAMPIONSHIPS Feb. 27 Freestyle / Giant Slalom Feb. 28 Classical / Slalom

Anchorage/Girdwood, Alaska Anchorage/Girdwood, Alaska

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS March 10 Giant Slalom March 11 Freestyle March 12 Slalom March 13 Classical

at Lake Placid, N.Y. at Lake Placid, N.Y. at Lake Placid, N.Y. at Lake Placid, N.Y.


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING GENERAL INFORMATION Name: University of Alaska Anchorage Website: GoSeawolves.com Location: 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 Founded: 1977 Enrollment: 17,202 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Green & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conf. Chancellor: Tom Case Athletics Director: Keith Hackett Athletic Dept. Phone: 907-786-1250 Ticket Office Phone: 907-786-1293 COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Sparky Anderson Alma Mater: Nevada, ‘91 Phone: 907-786-1309 Email: sparky@uaa.alaska.edu Associate Nordic Coach: Andrew Kastning Alma Mater: Vermont, ‘04 Phone: 907-786-1285 E-mail: ackastning@uaa.alaska.edu Assistant Alpine Coach: Julie-Pierre Leclerc Alma Mater: UAA, ‘07 Phone: 907-786-4806 E-mail: julie@uaa.alaska.edu Assistant Nordic Coach: Sara Studebaker Alma Mater: Dartmouth, ‘07 Phone: 907-786-6104 E-mail: ssstudebaker@uaa.alaska.edu TEAM INFORMATION 2014 NCAA Finish: 8th 2014 RMISA Finish: 6th Returning Letterwinners: Men-8, Women-7 Newcomers: Men-7, Women-6 MEDIA RELATIONS Nate Sagan Office Phone: 907-786-1295 E-Mail: nate@uaa.alaska.edu WFSC Courtside Phone: 907-786-4877 Dallas Baldwin Office: 907-786-4625 E-Mail: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu Website: GoSeawolves.com SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Trainer: Chris Volk Office Phone: 907-786-1326 Ticket Manager: Richard Tillman Office Phone: 907-786-1293 The 2015 skiing media guide was written, edited, designed and compiled by assocaite media relations director Dallas Baldwin. Cover design by Emma Renly. Editorial assistance was provided by Nate Sagan. Primary photography by Sam Wasson. It is the policy of UAA to provide services and benefits to all students and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national ­origin, sex, age, disability or status as a Vietnam-era veteran.

COACHING STAFF/ROSTER

Head Coach Sparky Anderson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Associate Nordic Coach Andrew Kastning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Assistant Alpine Coach Julie-Pierre Leclerc / Assistant Nordic Coach Sara Studebaker. . . . . . . . 5 2015 Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

SEAWOLF RETURNERS PROFILES

MEN Sean Alexander. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Andrew Arnold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Brandon Brewster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Davis Dunlap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Cedrick Gagnon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Curtis McKillop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Hughston Norton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Etienne Richard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 James Schindler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 WOMEN Isabella Andreini. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Anna Berecz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Vanessa Berther . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Mackenzie Kanady. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Katerine Lamoureux. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Miranda Sheely. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Patricia Sprecher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

SEAWOLF NEWCOMERS PROFILES

MEN John Farr, Alex Mahoney, Conor McDonald, David McPetres, Clement Molliet, Martins Onskulis, Mario Roncador . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24

ALASKA ANCHORAGE QUICK FACTS/CONTENTS

SEAWOLF QUICK FACTS

2015 Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover Quick Facts/Table of Contents/Media Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2015 Season Preview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

WOMEN Charley Field, Marion Hudry, Audrey Hume, Manon Locatelli, Silken Rauhala, Kathrin Schratt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-26

UAA STATISTICS/RECORDS/HISTORY

2014 Season Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 2014 Season Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 All-Time Regional Finishes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 All-Time NCAA Finishes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Academic & Postseason Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-34 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

UAA & ALASKA

UAA Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Municipal of Anchorage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover This is UAA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover

PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS

Alaska Dispatch News

The Northern Light

KTUU-TV (NBC Ch. 2)

KRUA Radio (88.1 FM)

Beth Bragg — Sports Editor 1001 Northway Drive, Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 257-4335 Kevin Wells — Sports Director 701 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 762-9228

KTVA-TV (CBS Ch. 11)

Dave Goldman — Sports Director 1001 Northway Dr., #202, Anchorage, AK 99507 Phone: (907) 274-1111

KYUR/KTBY-TV (ABC Ch. 13/FOX Ch. 4)

University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-1567 University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-6803

MEDIA GUIDELINES

For credentials or interview requests, please contact the UAA Media Relations office at least one day in advance. Media Relations produces weekly press releases and game notes c­ omplete with statistics for each sport during the season.

John Thompson — Sports Director 2700 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99507 Phone: (907) 561-1313

KENI Radio (650 AM)

Kurt Haider — Sports Director 800 E. Dimond #3-370, Anchorage, AK 99515 Phone: (907) 522-1515

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2015 SEASON PREVIEW

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

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laska Anchorage commences its 35th year of Seawolf skiing in 2015. The squad, which returns eight letterwinners on the men’s side and seven on the women’s side, will look to make another run at the NCAA Championships, March 10-13 in Lake Placid, N.Y. In addition to the 15 returning letterwinners, the Seawolves welcome seven newcomers on the men’s team and six on the women’s team. Combined, the Green & Gold hopes to improve on their eighth-place showing from a year ago at the NCAAs. The Seawolves enter the slate ranked No. 9 nationally in the 2015 SYNC Coaches Poll, as voted by the United State Collegiate Ski Coaches Association. UAA, a member of the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association, will compete in three invitationals – Utah, Colorado and New Mexico – before hosting the Seawolf Invitational Feb. 23-26 and the RMISA Championships, which also doubles as the NCAA West Regional, Feb. 27-28 in Anchorage and Girdwood.

2015 SYNC Coaches Poll

Preseason (January 2, 2015) Rank Team (First Place Votes) Points 1. Denver (9) 112 2. Utah 94 3. Colorado (2) 90 Vermont 90 5. New Mexico (1) 68 6. Dartmouth 60 7. Northern Michigan 36 8. New Hampshire 31 9. Alaska Anchorage 29 10. Montana State 24 Others Receiving Votes: Middlebury 15, Alaska Fairbanks 8. SYNC Coaches Preseason Nordic Top 10 1. Denver (4) 53 2. Colorado (2) 52 3. Utah 45 4. Vermont 44 5. Northern Michigan 36 6. New Mexico 32 7. Dartmouth 31 8. Alaska Anchorage 15 9. Alaska Fairbanks 9 Montana State 9 Others Receiving Votes: Middlebury 3, New Hampshire 3.

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SYNC Coaches Preseason Alpine Top 10 1. Denver (5) 59 2. Utah 49 3. Vermont 46 4. Colorado 38 5. New Mexico (1) 36 6. Dartmouth 29 7. New Hampshire 28 8. Montana State 16 9. Middlebury 15 10. Alaska Anchorage 14 Others Receiving Votes: None


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SEAWOLF COACHING STAFF

SPARKY ANDERSON HEAD COACH / 4TH SEASON

fter five seasons as the Seawolves’ head Alpine coach, Sparky Anderson enters his fourth season as the head coach of the entire Alaska Anchorage ski program in 2015. Since taking over the program in 2012, Anderson has produced eight All-America certificates on the slopes and 17 combined with Nordic. Prior to taking over head coaching duties, Anderson produced two national champions and nine downhill All-America certificates throughout his five-year career from 2008-11 and 2002. During his first three years as head coach, Anderson has led the Seawolves to three top-8 NCAA finishes, including a fifth-place result in 2012. UAA also finished seventh in 2013 and eighth in 2014. In 2010, Anderson produced his second national champion in Andreas Adde, who won the men’s slalom. UAA landed a combined five skiers as All-Americans and finished 7th at the national meet. Anderson also helped UAA to a program-best second-place finish at the RMISA/West Region Championships. During his third season in 2009, Anderson helped UAA to a programbest fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships and helped produce five All-Americans and six All-Conference members. Anderson guided freshman standout Alex Parker to four individual titles and the RMISA Women’s Alpine MVP, while UAA’s women’s Alpine team was the regional champion. In his first season back with UAA in 2008, Anderson helped guide the Seawolf Alpine squad to one of its most successful campaigns, qualifying a full squad of six skiers to NCAAs for the first time since 1999, while two racers earned All-America honors. UAA claimed the overall RMISA Alpine title by combining to score a conference championship meet-best 256 points, producing nine top-10 results. All told, the Seawolf downhillers combined for 25 individual top-10 results during the 2008 season. Anderson came as no stranger to UAA or collegiate ski racing, having coached the Seawolf Alpine squad in 2002, when UAA’s Aurore de Maulmont won the NCAA title in the giant slalom. Prior to coming to Alaska, he was the head ski coach at Brown University in Rhode Island from 19962000. Prior to rejoining the UAA coaching staff, Anderson worked as the program director for the Alyeska Ski Club in Girdwood for seven years. A 1991 graduate of the University of Nevada, Anderson earned four letters in skiing with the Wolf Pack, serving as team captain his senior season. After college, he moved to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, where he taught skiing for the Flori Woerndle Ski School. A year away from ski racing proved to be too much, and Anderson moved to Innsbruck, Austria, where he spent two years coaching a small FIS team at the Innsbruck International School. After leaving Europe, he moved to New England and spent two years coaching the Eastern Cup team at the Holderness School. In addition to his international experience, he holds USSA’s highest level of coach’s certification and currently serves as the Alaska Division’s USSA coaches education clinician. Over the years, he has been invited to coach at multiple national and regional events. Anderson grew up in Northern California and raced out of Bear Valley. He now resides in Girdwood with his wife Diana and daughter Kéa.

THE ANDERSON FILE Education: Nevada, ‘91 Best NCAA Finish: 4th place (2009) Best RMISA Finish: 2nd place (2010) All-Americans Certificates: 23 NCAA Champions Coached: 2

Anderson coached UAA’s Aurore de Maulmont when she won a NCAA title in 2002.

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SEAWOLF COACHING STAFF

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

ANDREW KASTNING ASSOCIATE NORDIC COACH / 4TH SEASON

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eading the Seawolves’ Nordic squad for his fourth season in 2015 will be Andrew Kastning. Last season, Kastning produced two AllAmericans in Lukas Ebner and Marine Dusser, both of whom were named to the RMISA First Team. Additionally, Ebner was named the RMISA’s Nordic MVP. Overall, UAA captured an eighth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. In 2013, Kastning led his men’s nordic squad to the best team score at the NCAA Championships, posting 108 points in the 10K classic. Additionally, five of the six All-Americans came from the nordic team, including two third-place finishes by freshman Marine Dusser. Overall, the Seawolves took seventh at the NCAAs and fourth in nordic. In 2012, Kastning qualified a full six skiers to the NCAA Championships, with senior Jaime Bronga taking home All-America honors. Kastning also led the UAA women’s cross country ski team to six top-three individual results throughout the season, including RMISA MVP honors for Bronga. Kastning joined the UAA staff after an impressive two-year run as the assistant at Montana State. At MSU, he helped the Bobcats to a third-place finish on the Nordic side at the 2010 NCAA Championships, including five All-America performances. Prior to that, he served two seasons as an assistant at the University of Nevada from 2007-09, and worked with his hometown program, the Crested Butte Junior Nordic club team in Colorado, from 2004-06. Kastning also brings four years of collegiate experience as a competitor at the University of Vermont. He was a member of the best men’s Nordic team in the country in 2003 and served as team captain his senior season. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree from UVM in 2004. Married to Calisa Schouweiler Kastning on July 31, 2010.

Head Nordic Coach Andrew Kastning and former assistant Tor Christopherson getting skis ready at the 2013 NCAAs.

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ASSISTANT ALPINE COACH / 5TH SEASON

hree-time NCAA qualifier Julie-Pierre Leclerc will serve as the assistant Alpine coach for her fifth season in 2015 after coaching in 2009 as the graduate assistant Alpine coach. Leclerc was a four-year letterwinner at UAA, posting the teams best women’s Alpine finishes during the 2003, 2004 and 2005 seasons. Leclerc made the RMISA All-Conference second team and the AllAcademic Ski Team in 2004, as well as posting her best finish at nationals –14th in the slalom. After graduating from UAA, Leclerc spent three years working with the Alyeska Ski Club. She has also been a flight instructor for UAA’s aviation program. The native of Granby, Quebec, graduated from UAA in 2007 with a degree in aviation technology with emphases in professional piloting and aviation management. Leclerc and her husband, Aaron Stiassny, are the parents of two sons.

SEAWOLF COACHING STAFF

JULIE-PIERRE LECCLERC

SARA STUDEBAKER

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ASSISTANT NORDIC COACH / 1ST SEASON

oining the Seawolf coaching staff in 2014-15 is two-time Olympian Sara Studebaker as the assistant Nordic coach. Studebaker, a biathlete from Boise, Idaho, came to UAA after wrapping up her professional career in the World Cup circuit last spring and at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, with Team USA. She was also a three-year member of the U.S. World Championships Team and competed collegiately for Dartmouth College. At Sochi, Studebaker competed in three individual races, including a 44thplace showing in the 7.5km sprint, while helping Team USA to a seventh-place result in the 4x6km relay. Most recently, she competed in Oslo, Norway, in her final World Cup competition. Overall, Studebaker concluded the 2013-14 season with a No. 93 ranking. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 2007, Studebaker moved to the Lake Placid, N.Y., to begin training as a member of the U.S. Biathlon Team. She made her first Olympic Team in 2010 and headed to Vancouver, B.C., where she furnished four top-50 results – including a season-best 34th in the 15km race.

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2015 SEAWOLF ROSTE

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING 2015 ROSTER Head Coach / Alpine Coach: Sparky Anderson Associate Nordic Coach: Andrew Kastning Assistant Coaches: Julie-Pierre Leclerc (Alpine), Sara Studebaker (Nordic) Men’s Alpine Sean Alexander Cedrick Gagnon Conor McDonald Curtis McKillop Hughston Norton Martins Onskulis James Schindler

Class Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr.

Exp. 1L 2L HS 1L 1L HS 2L

Hometown Calgary, Alberta St. Sauveur, Quebec Copper Mountain, Colo. Calgary, Alberta Stateline, Nev. Sigulda, Latvia Steamboat Springs, Colo.

Women’s Alpine Isabella Andreini Anna Berecz Vanessa Berther Charley Field Marion Hudry Audrey Hume Katerine Lamoureux Silken Rauhala Miranda Sheely

Class So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So.

Exp. 1L 3L 3L HS HS HS 1L HS 1L

Hometown Park City, Utah Budapest, Hungary Bellevue, Wash. Pemberton, B.C. Val D’Isere, France Anchorage, Alaska Mt. Tremblant, Quebec Kelowna, B.C. Frisco, Colo.

Men’s Nordic Andrew Arnold Brandon Brewster Davis Dunlap John Farr Alex Mahoney David McPhetres Clement Molliet Etienne Richard Mario Roncador

Class Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So.

Exp. 1L 1L 3L HS HS HS HS 1L HS

Hometown Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Palmer, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Lethbridge, Alberta Chugiak, Alaska Chambery, France Saint-Alexis de Matap, Quebec Cles, Italy

Women’s Nordic Mackenzie Kanady Manon Locatelli Kathrin Schratt Patricia Sprecher

Class Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Exp. 1L TR HS 2L

Hometown Anchorage, Alaska Romans sur Isere, France Buchenberg, Germany Vaettis, Switzerland

(#L – denotes number of letters earned through 2013; HS – high school; SQ – member of the team; TR – transfer)

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

SEAN ALEXANDER SENIOR / 1L ALPINE CALGARY, ALBERTA

2012 ALL-AMERICAN (Slalom) 2014: Did not compete due to injury. 2013: Redshirted 2012: Concluded rookie campaign with first appearance at the NCAA Championships, earning All-America honors in the slalom with a season-high 8th-place finish … finished 24th in the giant slalom at the NCAAs on March 7-10 … best result in giant slalom was a tie for 10th at the RMISA Alpine Qualifier … recorded four top-15 results … led UAA in the slalom at the NCAAs … competed in 13 of all 14 races … finished No. 23 in the RMISA men’s Alpine standings with 251 points, good for fourth best on team … named to the 2012 Div. I All-Academic Ski Team. BEFORE UAA: Attended National Sport School in Calgary, Alberta … member of the Alberta Ski Team from 2006-11 ... competed in the Nor-Am-Cup in March 2011, placing 16th in the giant slalom ... posted five top-3 finishes in FIS races during winter/spring 2011 ... finished 2nd in the slalom at the 2011 GMC Cup. PERSONAL: Born July 7, 1989 in Calgary, Alberta … son of Greg and Vanita Alexander … has one sibling – Suzanne ... management and economics major.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2012 GS RMISA Qualifier T-10th/DQ Colorado Invite DNS Denver Invite 25th UAA Invite 11th Seawolf Invite DNF RMISA Championships 28th NCAA Championships 24th

SL 10th 16th 22nd 23rd 20th 8th

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SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

ANDREW ARNOLD

SENIOR / 1L NORDIC ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

2014: Concluded rookie season by making an appearance at the NCAA Championships in Utah, March 5-8 … finished 34th in the freestyle race and 39th in the classical competition, helping UAA to an 8th-place team finish with 235 points … competed in all 12 races for the Seawolves, including finishing 20th in the freestyle and 25th at the RMISA Championships … posted a season-high 13th-place showing in the classical at the Montana State Invite and a season-best 13th in the freestyle at the Utah Invite … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. BEFORE UAA: Multi-sport athlete at Grace Christian, posting four letters in cross country, three in soccer, two in skiing and one in basketball and track & field ... claimed the State title for small schools in skiing, while finishing ninth at Junior Nationals in the 10K skate race ... helped team to title in 2010 ...earned All-Region First Team and team MVP in soccer. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 26, 1991 in Anchorage ... son of Robert and Koni Arnold ... one sibling – Elle ... biological sciences major.

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 CL Utah Invite 15th Montana State Invite 13th Colorado Invite 16th New Mexico Invite 21st RMISA/NCAA West Region 25th NCAA Championships 39th

FR 13th 16th 23rd 22nd 20th 34th


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

BRANDON BREWSTER

SENIOR / 1L NORDIC ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

2014: Concluded second season with UAA, competing in 10 races for the Seawolves … at the RMISA Championships, finished 23rd in the freestyle race and 27th in the classical competition, helping the Seawolves to a 6th-place showing … posted a season-high 19thplace finish at the Utah Invite in the freestyle race, while recording a season-best 22nd-place showing in the classical at the same meet … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. 2013: Competed in the RMISA Championships for the Seawolves, finishing 26th in the freestyle and 28th in the classical. BEFORE UAA: Attended South Anchorage High School, producing a successful running and skiing career for the Wolverines ... was 4-year letterwinner in cross country and track & field and 3-year letterwinner in skiing ... represented Alaska at the 2011 Junior National Championships in Minneapolis, Minn. ... as a junior, won a region title, before finishing runner-up at the region and state meet as a senior ... was a 7-time academic letterwinner. PERSONAL: Born May 5, 1993 in Anchorage ... son of Robert and Elizabeth Brewster ... has one sibling – Bryant ... finance major and economics minor.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 Utah Invite Montana State Invite Colorado Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA/NCAA West Region

CL 22nd 24th 27th 27th 27th

FR 19th 23rd 26th 25th 23rd

2013 RMISA Championships

CL 28th

FR 26th

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SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

DAVIS DUNLAP

SENIOR / 3L NORDIC PALMER, ALASKA

2014: Suited up in eight races in third season with the Seawolves … posted season-best performances in both the classical and freestyle at the Utah Invite, finishing 21st in each race. 2013: Dressed in 10 races for the Seawolves, finishing with a seasonhigh 24th-place showing in the freestyle race at the Colorado Invite … finished in the top 30 eight times ... finished 24th in the RMISA MVP points with 196 points. 2012: Dressed in eight races for the Green & Gold during rookie campaign … registered a season-best 11th-place finish in the freestyle race and 13th in the classical at the Alaska Nordic Cup, helping UAA defeat Alaska Fairbanks … in league races, produced a 22nd-place showing in the classical at the UAA Invite (Feb. 4-10) and finished 26th in the freestyle at the Seawolf Invite (Feb. 9-11) … posted identical 28th places at the RMISA Championships on Feb. 24-25 in Bozeman, Mont. … finished the season at No. 30 in the RMISA men’s Nordic standings with 105 points … named to the 2012 Div. I All-Academic Ski Team. 2011: Redshirted. BEFORE UAA: Attended Palmer High School ... a 4-year letterwinner in skiing ... helped the Moose to a Region III championship during tenure ... received Skiing Coaches Choice honor for the 2008-09 season and an MVP accolade in 2007-08 ... also competed for the PHS track & field team, earning two letters. PERSONAL: Born May 2, 1992 in Vancouver, Wash. ... son of Russ and Rhonda Dunlap ... aviation technology major ... business minor.

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 Utah Invite Montana State Invite Colorado Invite New Mexico Invite

CL FR 21st 21st 23rd 25th 29th 27th 26th 31st

2013 Colorado Invite Denver Invite Utah Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA Championships

CL FR 26th 24th 23rd 27th 27th 33rd 30th 27th 29th 28th

2012 Alaska Nordic Cup Colorado Invite Denver Invite UAA Invite Seawolf Invite RMISA Championships

CL FR 13th 11th DNS DNS DNS DNS 22nd 27th 24th 26th 28th 28th


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

CEDRICK GAGNON

JUNIOR / 2L ALPINE ST. SAUVEUR, QUEBEC

2014: Concluded second season with UAA with second straight NCAA appearance … registered a season-high 15th-place showing in the slalom at the NCAA Championships, March 5-8 in Utah and finished 21st in the giant slalom, helping UAA to a 8th-place team finish with 235 points … posted a season-best 17th-place finish in the classic discipline on two occasions – Colorado Invite and RMISA Championships. 2013: Came on strong in the second half of the season, qualifying for the NCAA Championships in March … finished 24th in the slalom and 33rd in the giant slalom at NCAAs, helping UAA to a seventhplace team finish with 493.5 points over the four-day event … at the RMISA Championships, finished 15th in the slalom and 18th in the giant slalom … also finished 17th in the slalom at the Denver Invite and 24th in the giant slalom at the RMISA Alpine Qualifier … finished 37th in the RMISA MVP standings with 66 points. BEFORE UAA: Former member of the Quebec ski team and the University of Montreal ski team ... the 2012 winner of the Quebec University circuit and second-place finisher in the Quebec civil circuit. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 4, 1991 in St. Jerome, Quebec ... native of Montreal, Quebec ... son of Josselin Gagnon and Julie Ratello ... economics major.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 GS SL Utah Invite DNF 19th NCAA Alpine Qualifier 34th/DNF Montana State Invite 24th 20th Colorado Invite 17th DNF New Mexico Invite DNF/20th RMISA Championships 17th 23rd NCAA Championships 21st 15th 2013 RMISA Qualifier Colorado Invite Denver Invite Utah Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA Championships NCAA Championships

GS DNF/24th DNF DNF DNF - 18th 33rd

SL - DNF 17th DNF DQ/DQ 15th 24th

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

CURTIS MCKILLOP

SOPHOMORE / 1L ALPINE CALGARY, ALBERTA

2014: Wrapped up rookie season with an appearance in 12 races for the Seawolves … at the RMISA Championships, registered a season-best 23rd-place finish in the giant slalom and a season-high 26th-place result in the slalom, helping the Seawolves to a 6th-palce team showing with 425 points … named to the USCSCA AllAcademic Team. BEFORE UAA: Attended National Sports Academy in Calgary, Alberta ... skied for the Banff Alpine Racers and the Alberta Ski Team. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 11, 1993 in Calgary, Alberta ... son of Barry and Sharlene McKillop ... has one sibling – Brock ... management major.

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2014 Utah Invite NCAA Alpine Qualifier Montana State Invite Colorado Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA/NCAA West Region

GS SL 26th 28th 36th/DNF 32nd DNF 32nd 29th 25th/DNF 23rd 26th


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

HUGHSTON NORTON SOPHOMORE / 1L ALPINE STATELINE, NEV.

2014: Concluded rookie campaign with an appearance at the NCAA Championships in Utah, March 5-8 … registered a season-best 18th-place finish in the slalom at the NCAAs and finished 26th in the giant slalom, helping UAA to a 8th-place team finish with 235 points … competed in the giant slalom at the RMISA Championships, helping the Seawolves finish 6th in the team standings … posted a season-best 24th-place result in the giant slalom at the Utah Invite … competed in all 14 races for UAA.

2014 GS SL Utah Invite 24th DNF NCAA Alpine Qualifier 35th/23rd Montana State Invite 33rd DNF Colorado Invite DNF 22nd New Mexico Invite 23rd/23rd RMISA/NCAA West Region 32nd DNF NCAA Championships 26th 18th

SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

BEFORE UAA: Attended Whittell High School, earning four letters in skiing and football ... in winter of 2013, finished runner-up in the giant slalom at Sugar Bowl, before finishing third at the National Junior Championships in the slalom. PERSONAL: Born July 7, 1995 in Walnut Creek, Calif. ... son of Mark and Raquel Northon ... has two siblings – Austin and Payton ... aviation technology major.

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

ETIENNE RICHARD

JUNIOR / 1L NORDIC SAINT-ALEXIS DE MATAP, QUEBEC 2014: Made NCAA debut in first season with the Green & Gold … finished 21st in the freestyle race and 26th in the classical competition, helping UAA to a 8th-place team finish with 235 points … competed in all 12 races for the Seawolves, while posting a season-best sixth-place finish in the classical race at the New Mexico Invite … best result in the freestyle race was furnished at the RMISA Championships, helping UAA to a sixth-place team result … voted team’s Most Improved at season-ending-banquet … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. BEFORE UAA: Attended Université Laval in Québec City, while training at Mont St. Anne with the Centre National d’Entraînement Pierre Harvey ... the 2008 Junior B Canadien Champion and the 2010 Junior A Canadien Champion. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 9, 1990 ... marketing major and management minor.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 Utah Invite Montana State Invite Colorado Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA/NCAA West Region NCAA Championships

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CL 10th 8th 9th 6th 17th 26th

FR 11th 15th 21st 12th 9th 21st


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – MEN

JAMES SCHINDLER

SENIOR / 2L ALPINE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO 2014: Wrapped up second season of competition with the Seawolves with an appearance in nine of the 14 races … posted a season-best result of 24th in the second giant slalom race at the NCAA Alpine Qualifier … best giant slalom finish came at the Utah Invite, good for 30th. 2013: Commenced UAA career by competing in all 12 races for the Seawolves … made NCAA debut in March with a 21st-place finish in the slalom and a 25th-place result in the giant slalom … helped UAA to a seventhplace team finish at Nationals with 493.5 points over the four-day event … during the regular season, posted a season-high 15th-place finish in the slalom at the Colorado Invite … finished 33rd in the RMISA MVP standings with 159 points. BEFORE UAA: Attended Lowell Whiteman School in Steamboat Springs, Colo. … won four junior FIS championship races. PERSONAL: Born March 25, 1991 in Naperville, Ill. … son of Karl and Lynnette Schindler … has one sibling – Lindsay … enjoys biking, golf and kayaking … justice major and legal studies minor.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 GS Utah Invite 30th NCAA Alpine Qualifier 38th/24th Montana State Invite DNF Colorado Invite 33rd New Mexico Invite

SL DNC 32nd DNF DNF/29th

2013 RMISA Qualifier Colorado Invite Denver Invite Utah Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA Championships

SL - 15th DNF DNF DQ/28th 21st

GS 33rd/DNF 34th 26th 36th - 25th

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

ISABELLA ANDREINI

SOPHOMORE / 1L ALPINE PARK CITY, UTAH

2014: Competed in all 14 races for the Seawolves … made NCAA debut in Utah, placing 25th in the slalom and 29th in the giant slalom … helped UAA to an 8th-place team finish and its 31st top-10 team result at Nationals … posted a season-best 18th-place in the giant slalom at the Utah Invite and a season-best 22nd-place showing in the slalom at the Colorado Invite … named UAA’s Most Improved at the end-of-the-season banquet … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. BEFORE UAA: Attended Rowland Hall High School ... made the Western Region Team for the 2012-13 season ... finished runner-up and third at Junior Nationals during the 2011-12 season. PERSONAL: Born August 29, 1995 in Salt Lake City, Utah ... daughter of Christopher and Greta Andreini ... has one sibling – Olivia ... nursing science major.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 GS SL Utah Invite 18th 43rd NCAA Alpine Qualifier 31st/17th Montana State Invite 22nd DNF Colorado Invite DNF 22nd New Mexico Invite DQ/30th RMISA/NCAA West Region 20th 27th NCAA Championships 29th 25th

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – WOMEN

ANNA BERECZ

SENIOR / 3V ALPINE BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

2014: Competed in eight races for the Seawolves collegiately and made trek to Sochi, Russia, for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, skiing for Hungary … qualified for third straight NCAAs, finishing 21st in the slalom and 27th in the giant slalom … helped UAA to an 8th-place team finish and its 31st top-10 team result at Nationals … posted a season-best 15th-place result in the giant slalom at the Utah Invite … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. 2013: Competed in 10 races for the Seawolves, including making NCAA debut in Vermont, Mar. 6-9 … posted a 25th-place showing in the giant slalom and furnished a 30th-place finish in the slalom at NCAA, helping the Seawolves to a seventh-place team result … registered a season-high eighth-place showing in the giant slalom at the RMISA Alpine Qualifier … best slalom was 11th, posted at the Colorado Invite … finished 22nd in the RMISA MVP standings with 228 points. 2012: Concluded rookie season with five top-20 finishes … had season-high finishes of 12th in the slalom and 17th in the giant slalom, helping the Seawolves finish fourth at the UAA Invitational … finished 28th in both the giant slalom and slalom at the RMISA/NCAA West Region Championships on Feb. 24-25 … finished the season No. 18 in the RMISA women’s Alpine standings with 298 points, second-best on the team … named to the 2012 Div. I All-Academic Ski Team. BEFORE UAA: Member of the Hungarian National Team since 2003 … won several Hungarian Adult championships … finished 27th in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in the Super Combined and at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Super Combined … attended Skihandelsschule Schladming in Schladming, Austria. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 4, 1988 in Budapest, Hungary … daughter of Bela Berecz and Eva Toth … has two siblings … enjoys traveling and knitting … psychology and language dual major.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 Utah Invite NCAA Alpine Qualifier Montana State Invite NCAA Championships

GS SL 15th 30th 25th/DNC 16th 25th 27th 21st

2013 RMISA Qualifier Colorado Invite Denver Invite RMISA Championships NCAA Championships

GS SL 8th/13th 15th 11th 19th 18th 16th DNF 25th 30th

2012 RMISA Qualifier Colorado Invite Denver Invite UAA Invite Seawolf Invite RMISA Championships NCAA Championships

GS SL 18th 14th 23rd 17th 24th DNF 17th 12th 18th 25th 28th 28th DNS DNS

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SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – WOMEN

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

VANESSA BERTHER

SENIOR / 3V ALPINE BELLEVUE, WASH.

2012 ALL-AMERICAN (Giant Slalom) 2014: Concluded third season with UAA with third consecutive showing at the NCAAs, March 5-8 in Utah … finished 21st in the slalom and 27th in the giant slalom, helping UAA to an 8th-place team finish and its 31st top-10 team result at Nationals … in the regular season, competed in 12 races, posting a season-best 19thplace finish at the Colorado Invite in the giant slalom. 2013: Made second appearance at the NCAA Championships, finishing 27th in the giant slalom and 28th in the slalom, Mar. 6-9 in Vermont … helped the Seawolves to a seventh-place team result with 493.5 points in the four-day meet … posted a season high sixth-place showing in the giant slalom at the Colorado Invite … best slalom race was furnished at the RMISA Championships, finishing eighth … finished 16th in the RMISA MVP standings with 299 points. 2012: Made NCAA debut with an 8th-place finish in the giant slalom, earning first All-America honor … finished 18th in the slalom at the NCAAs, helping UAA to a fifth-place team finish … posted seven top-15 results throughout season … recorded a season-high 9th-place finish in the slalom at the RMISA/NCAA West Region Championships, Feb. 24-25 … finished No. 25 in the RMISA women’s Alpine standings with 231 points. BEFORE UAA: Spent two seasons with the U.S. Ski Team ... won the giant slalom at 2009 U.S. National Junior Championships in Aspen, Colo. ... finished third overall in junior division at U.S. Nationals to help secure a spot on the U.S. Ski Team for the 2009-10 season ... in first season with U.S. Ski Team, placed sixth in super-G at Aspen NorAm and 10th in GS at Austrian National Junior Championships ... in 2010-11, registered multiple top-15 finishes, including 14thplace showing in GS at U.S. National Championships on Jan. 4 … attended Skyline High School, playing soccer and volleyball. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 11, 1992 in Bellevue, Wash. … daughter of Jacques and Elenise Berther … has one sibling – Yannick … enjoys playing soccer in spare time … national sciences major.

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 GS SL Utah Invite DNF 22nd NCAA Alpine Qualifier DNC/13th Colorado Invite 19th DNF New Mexico Invite - 21st/DNF RMISA/NCAA West Region DNF 21st NCAA Championships 27th 21st 2013 RMISA Qualifier Colorado Invite Denver Invite Utah Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA Championships NCAA Championships

GS SL 9th/DNF 6th 18th 7th 14th 22nd DNF - 21st/20th 26th 8th 27th 28th

2012 RMISA Qualifier Colorado Invite Denver Invite UAA Invite Seawolf Invite RMISA Championships NCAA Championships

GS SL 15th 17th 20th DNF 11th DQ 9th DNF 9th DNF 14th 9th 8th 18th


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – WOMEN

MACKENZIE KANADY

JUNIOR / 1L NORDIC ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

2014: Qualified for the NCAA Championships, finishing 26th in the freestyle and 34th in the classical … helped UAA to an 8th-place team finish and its 31st top-10 team result at Nationals … participated in seven races for the Green & Gold, sporting one top-five finish … finished fifth in the freestyle race at the Utah Invite … posted a season-best 11th-place showing in the classical, also at the Utah Invite … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. BEFORE UAA: Attended Service High School. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 6, 1993 in Soldotna, Alaska ... daughter of Randy and Judy Kanady ... has one sibling Rachelle ... engineering major.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 Utah Invite Montana State Invite RMISA/NCAA West Region NCAA Championships

CL 11th DNC 19th 34th

FR 5th 15th 13th 26th

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SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES – WOMEN

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

KATERINE LAMOUREUX

SOPHOMORE / 1L ALPINE MT. TREMBLANT, QUEBEC

2014: Dressed in 12 races for the Seawolves, including top-30 finishes at the RMISA Championships on Feb. 2122 … posted a season-high 20th-place showing in the giant slalom at the Utah Invite, while posting best slalom result (26th) at the same meet … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. BEFORE UAA: Attended Ecole Secondary Louis-Riel in Ottawa ... won the Super Series in Quebec in 2012. PERSONAL: Born August 25, 1993 in Ottawa, Quebec ... daughter of Marc Lamoureux and Nicole Bisnaire ... has one sibling – Emilie ... finance major.

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2014 Utah Invite NCAA Alpine Qualifier Montana State Invite Colorado Invite New Mexico Invite

GS SL 20th 26th 28th/DNF 22nd DNF 23rd DNF DQ/DNF


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

MIRANDA SHEELY

SOPHOMORE / 1L ALPINE FRISCO, COLO.

2014: Wrapped up rookie season with an appearance in 10 races for the Seawolves … posted a season-best 24thplace finish in the giant slalom at the Utah Invite and in the slalom at the Colorado Invite.

2014 GS Utah Invite 24th NCAA Alpine Qualifier 34th/26th Montana State Invite 31st Colorado Invite 28th New Mexico Invite

SL 44th 31st 24th 25th/29th

SEAWOLF SKIING PROFILES - WOMEN

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

BEFORE UAA: Attended Summit High School in Krislo, Colo. ... earned one varsity letter in skiing at Summit ... skied for Team Summit ... finished runner-up at State in the giant slalom in 2010 ... helped team to State titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. PERSONAL: Born March 19, 1994 in Denver, Colo. ... daughter of Ross and Dana Sheely ... has two siblings – Jenna and Brannan ... major is undeclared.

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

PATRICIA SPRECHER

JUNIOR / 2L NORDIC VAETTIS, SWITZERLAND

2014: Concluded second season with the Green & Gold, competing in 10 races … furnished a season-high 15thplace finish in the classical at the Utah Invite … also posted a season-best 16th-place finish in the freestyle at the Utah Invite … named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team. 2013: Competed all 12 races for the Seawolves during rookie campaign … second Seawolf to cross the line in seven races, including at the NCAA Championships … made NCAA debut with a 12th-place showing in the classical and 25th in the freestyle, Mar. 6-9 in Vermont … helped the Seawolves to a seventh-place team result with 493.5 points after the completion of the four-day meet … posted three top-10 results throughout the season, including a season-high fourth place in the classical at the Utah Invite … best freestyle race was 16th, registered at the Colorado Invite … took 13th in the RMISA MVP standings with 285 points. BEFORE UAA: Amassed 12 medals throughout her career at the Swiss Junior Championships ... posted three victories at the Junior Swiss Cup and twice participated at the Junior World Championships ... finished eighth at the European Youth Olympic Games in 2009. PERSONAL: Finance and management major.

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 2014 Utah Invite Montana State Invite Colorado Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA/NCAA West Region

CL 15th 20th 26th 27th 26th

FR 16th 21st 23rd 25th 25th

2013 Colorado Invite Denver Invite Utah Invite New Mexico Invite RMISA Championships NCAA Championships

CL FR 9th 16th 13th 22nd 4th 24th 12th 23rd 9th 25th 12th 25th


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

FRESHMAN NORDIC ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

ALEX MAHONEY

FRESHMAN NORDIC LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 29, 1996 in Anchorage … son of James and Ilona Farr … has two siblings – Kiana and Rebecca … engineering major.

SEAWOLF NEWCOMERS – MEN

JOHN FARR

BEFORE UAA: Attended East High School, competing in skiing, track & field and cross country running for the T-Birds, earning four letters in all three sports … for skiing, received team’s Most Inspirational award in 2013-14 after being named Most Improved for 2010-11 … competed at the 2014 Junior Nationals, finishing first as a member of the 3x3K relay … also finished ninth in the 10K skate and in the classic sprint … competed with the Alaska Pacific University club team prior to joining the Green & Gold.

BEFORE UAA: Attended Lethbridge Collegiate Institute in Alberta … member of Rocky Mountain Races, Alberta Ski Team, Junior National Ski Team and Alberta World Cup Academy. PERSONAL: Born May 7, 1992 in Lethbridge, Alberta … son of John and Lori Mahoney … has one sibling – Leslie … mechanical engineering major.

BEFORE UAA: Attended Summit High School.

CONOR MCDONALD

PERSONAL: Born August 9, 1993 in Vail, Colo. … son of Corky and Sherry McDonald … major is undeclared.

FRESHMAN ALPINE COPPER MOUNTAIN, COLO.

DAVID MCPHETRES FRESHMAN NORDIC CHUGIAK, ALASKA

BEFORE UAA: Attended Chugiak High School, competing in skiing, cross country and track & field … in skiing, finished in the top 10 at the State meet and finished in the top 10 at Junior Nationals in Fairbanks … also attended Alaska Pacific University last season, competing for their club team and Alaska Nordic Racing. PERSONAL: Born August 15, 1995 in Anchorage … son of David and Tina McPhetres … has two siblings – Alyson and Kryston … engineering major.

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SEAWOLF NEWCOMERS – MEN

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING BEFORE UAA: Competed for three years for the French Ski Team.

CLEMENT MOLLIET

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 7, 1989 in Chambery, France … son of Serge and Pascale Molliet … no siblings … management major.

FRESHMAN NORDIC CHAMBERY, FRANCE

MARTINS ONSKULIS

BEFORE UAA: Attended Valmieras Pargaujas Gymnasium … competed in the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia in the slalom (27th) and in the giant slalom (DNF) for Latvia. PERSONAL: Born June 18, 1996 in Sigulda, Latvia … son of Martins and Revata Onskulis … has one sibling … aviation major.

FRESHMAN ALPINE SIGULDA, LATVIA

MARIO RONCADOR SOPHOMORE NORDIC CLES, ITALY

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BEFORE UAA: Attended Pilati Cles … member of the Italian Junior National Ski Team. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 14, 1992 in Cles, Italy … son of Mariano and Maria Roncador … has two siblings – Lucia and Ilaria … working towards MBA in general management … has an economics and management degree from University of Trento.


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

FRESHMAN ALPINE PEMBERTON, B.C.

MARION HUDRY

FRESHMAN ALPINE VAL D’ISERE, FRANCE

PERSONAL: Born March 4, 1995 in Vancouver, B.C. … daughter of Murray and Tricia Field … has one sibling – Jacob … health sciences major.

BEFORE UAA: Attended Lycee Jean Moulin in France … member of the French Ski team … raced in the European Cup during 201011, winning several FIS races.

SEAWOLF NEWCOMERS – WOMEN

CHARLEY FIELD

BEFORE UAA: Attended Pemberton Secondary School … competed for the British Columbia ski team for three years, qualifying for the Junior World Championships in 2012-13 … won the British Columbia overall Miele Cup series during the 2011-12 season.

PERSONAL: Born May 31, 1994 in Bourg St. Maurice … daughter of Denis Hudry and Veronique Jourdain … has one sibling – Pauline … management major.

BEFORE UAA: Attended South Anchorage High School.

AUDREY HUME

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 6, 1994 in Anchorage … daughter of John and Jill Hume … has three siblings … major is undeclared.

FRESHMAN ALPINE ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

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SEAWOLF NEWCOMERS – WOMEN

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

MANON LOCATELLI

JUNIOR NORDIC ROMANS SUR ISERE, FRANCE

SILKEN RAUHALA FRESHMAN ALPINE KELOWNA, B.C.

KATHRIN SCHRATT

FRESHMAN NORDIC BUCHENBERG, GERMANY

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BEFORE UAA: Attended College Jean Prevost … produced a 20thplace finish at the World Cup in Rybinsk, Russia … collected multiple podium results at the European Cup and was the winner of the sprint race at the 2013 France Championship … finished sixth at both the Junior World Championships and Under 23 World Championships. PERSONAL: Born June 11, 1989 in Romans sur Isere, France … daughter of Pascal and Annick Locatelli … has two siblings – Eva and Lisa … biological sciences major.

BEFORE UAA: Attended Kelowna Secondary School … member of the Big White Ski Club, competing at the Nor-Am meets and at Junior Nationals from 2011-13 … named Big White Club Athlete of the Year in 2013. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 26, 1995 in North Vancouver, B.C … daughter of Paul and Kristen Rauhala … has one sibling – Nils … natural sciences major.

BEFORE UAA: Attended Gertrud-von-le-Fort Gymnasium in Oberstdorf … produced several top-10 results at European Cup and multiple top-3 results at German National Cup. PERSONAL: Born July 24, 1993 in Kempten, Germany … daughter of Hans and Erika Schratt … has two siblings – Sonja and Sabine … natural sciences major.


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

ALASKA ANCHORAGE RECORD BOOK

Four-time All-American Jaime Bronga

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2014 SEASON REVIEW

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

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he Alaska Anchorage men’s and women’s ski team concluded the 2014 season with their 34th all-time showing at the NCAA Championships, where they furnished five All-America honors and finished eighth as a team. The Seawolves were led by seniors Lukas Ebner and Niko Harmanen with two All-America awards apiece. Additionally, Ebner was named RMISA’s Nordic MVP and was a RMISA FirstTeam honoree. Picking up RMISA First-Team honors on the women’s side was Marine Dusser. Combined, the Seawolves furnished 33 individual top-10 performances in 2014 and finished a season-high fourth at the Utah Invite in January.

2014 NCAA SKIING CHAMPIONSHIPS PLACE TEAM 1 Denver 2 Vermont 3 New Mexico 4 Colorado 5 Utah 6 Dartmouth 7 Northern Michigan 8 Alaska Anchorage 9 Montana State 10 Alaska Fairbanks

POINTS 556 487.5 458.5 402.5 392 261.5 239 235 224.5 144

2014 UAA HONORS ALL-AMERICAN Marine Dusser Lukas Ebner (2) Niko Harmanen (2) RMISA NORDIC MVP Lukas Ebner RMISA FIRST TEAM Marine Dusser Lukas Ebner (2) USCSCA ALL-ACADEMIC Isabella Andreini Anna Berecz Brandon Brewster Lukas Ebner Mackenzie Kanady Katerine Lamoureux Patricia Sprecher Andrew Arnold Niko Harmanen Curtis McKillop Etienne Richard UAA MVP Lukas Ebner UAA MOST INSPIRATIONAL NIko Harmanen UAA MOST IMPROVED Etienne Richard (Nordic) Isabella Andreini (Alpine)

Senior Niko Harmanen picked up two All-America honors at the 2014 NCAA Championships in March.

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING 2014 SEASON RESULTS

2014 UAA SKI TEAM RESULTS

ALPINE RESULTS NORDIC RESULTS Meet/Date Overall Points MGS MSL WGS WSL MCL MFR WCL WFR Utah Invite 4th (9) 477 44 39 46 40 69 76 81 82 Montana State Invite 6th (9) 429 52 41 40 24 75 75 52 70 Colorado Invite 6th (9) 398 38 45 36 45 57 52 62 63 New Mexico Invite 5th (9) 436 54 (SL) 45 36 (SL) 33 80 66 59 63 RMISA/NCAA West Region 6th (7) 425 50 50 29 42 60 65 60 69 NCAA Championships 8th (23) 235 49 60 13 23 30 31 2 27 MGS-Men’s Giant Slalom; MSL-Men’s Slalom; WGS-Women’s Giant Slalom; WSL-Women’s Slalom MCL-Men’s Classical; MFR-Men’s Freestyle; WCL-Women’s Classical; WFR-Women’s Freestyle

INDIVIDUAL ALPINE RESULTS MEN Meet Utah Invite NCAA Qualifier Montana S. Invite Colorado Invite NM Invite RMISAs NCAAs Skier GS SL GS GS GS SL GS SL SL SL GS SL GS SL Cedrick Gagnon DNF 19th 34th DNF 24th 20th 17th DNF DNF 20th 17th 23rd 21st 15th Niko Harmanen 15th 24th 14th DNF 7th 17th DNF 14th 4th 15th 16th 8th 3rd 4th Kei Kullberg DNS DNF 33rd DQ 25th DNF 30th 30th DNF DNF 26th 27th DNC DNC Curtis McKillop 26th 28th 36th DNF 32nd DNF 32nd 29th 25th DNF 23rd 26th DNC DNc Hughston Norton 24th DNF 35th 23rd 33rd DNF DNF 22nd 23rd 23rd 32nd DNF 26th 18th James Schindler 30th DNC 38th 24th DNF 32nd 33rd DNF DNF 29th DNC DNC DNC DNC Total Finishers 30 31 40 25 37 35 34 35 26 33 33 29 31 32 WOMEN Meet Utah Invite NCAA Qualifier Montana S. Invite Colorado Invite NM Invite RMISAs NCAAs Skier GS SL GS GS GS SL GS SL SL SL GS SL GS SL Isabella Andreini 18th 43rd 31st 17th 22nd DNF DNF 22nd DQ 30th 20th 27th 29th 25th Anna Berecz 15th 30th 25th DNC 16th 25th DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 24th 24th Vanessa Berther DNF 22nd DNC 13th DNC DNC 19th DNF 21st DNF DNF 21st 27th 21st K. Lamoureux 20th 26th 28th DNF 22nd DNF 23rd DNF DQ DNF 29th 20th DNC DNC Victoria McVicker 23rd DNF DNF 23rd 24th DNF 24th 25th 24th 24th DNC DNC DNC DNC Miranda Sheely 24th 44th 34th 26th 31st 31st 28th 24th 25th 29th DNC DNC DNC DNC Total Finishers 24 45 36 26 33 32 28 28 27 32 31 30 29 29 GS-Giant Slalom; SL-Slalom DNF-did not finish; DNS-did not start, DQ-Disqualified

INDIVIDUAL NORDIC RESULTS MEN Meet Utah Invite Montana S. Invite Colorado Invite NM Invite RMISAs NCAAs Skier CL FR CL FR CL FR CL FR CL FR CL FR Andrew Arnold 15th 13th 13th 16th 16th 23rd 21st 22nd 25th 20th 39th 34th Brandon Brewster 22nd 19th 24th 23rd 27th 26th 27th 25th 27th 23rd DNC DNC Davis Dunlap 21st 21st 23rd 25th 29th 27th 26th 31st DNC DNC DNC DNC Lukas Ebner 5th 2nd 3rd 1st 12th 7th 1st 3rd 4th 5th 7th 10th Etienne Richard 10th 11th 8th 15th 9th 21st 6th 12th 17th 9th 26th 21st Total Finishers 22 21 31 31 36 28 36 37 29 26 40 40 WOMEN Meet Skier Synnove Bruland Marine Dusser Mackenzie Kanady Patricia Sprecher Total Finishers

Utah Invite Montana S. Invite Colorado Invite NM Invite RMISAs NCAAs CL FR CL FR CL FR CL FR CL FR CL FR 10th DNF 12th 23rd 16th 24th 21st 26th 20th 23rd DNS DNS 1st 2nd 15th 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 4th 2nd 29th 9th 11th 5th DNC 15th DNC DNC DNC DNC 19th 13th 34th 26th 15th 16th 20th 21st 26th 23rd 27th 25th 26th 25th DNC DNC 21 19 27 28 31 25 31 31 27 25 38 36

CL-Classical; FR-Freestyle DNF-did not finish; DNS-did not start, DQ-Disqualified

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN INTERCOLLEGIATE SKI ASSOCIATION

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Nationally known as the strongest and most competitive conference in collegiate

skiing, the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association is rich in tradition, history and success. The RMISA is the official association for college and university NCAA skiing teams in the Rocky Mountain region. The conference is comprised of nine NCAA Division I, one Division II and one Division III institutions from eight states. Making up the field is Alaska Anchorage, Colorado, Colorado Mountain College, Denver, Montana State, New Mexico, Utah and Westminster College and Wyoming. Since the introduction of the NCAA Skiing National Championship in 1954, schools from the RMISA have captured 53 of the 60 team titles and 298 of the 415 individual championships.


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING DATE Feb. 21-22, 2014 Feb. 23-24, 2013 Feb. 24-25, 2012 Feb. 25-26, 2011 Feb. 26-27, 2010 Feb. 19-21, 2009 Feb. 22-23, 2008 Feb. 22-24, 2007 Feb. 23-24, 2006 Feb. 25-26, 2005 Feb. 27-28, 2004 Feb. 23-24, 2003 Feb. 27-28, 2002 Feb. 23-24, 2001 Feb. 18-19, 2000 Feb. 27-28, 1999 Feb. 26-27, 1998 Feb. 21-22, 1997 Feb. 23-24, 1996 Feb. 24-25, 1995 Feb. 25-26, 1994 Feb. 26-27, 1993 Feb. 21-22, 1992 Feb. 8-9, 1991 Feb. 16-18, 1990 Feb. 17-18, 1989 Feb. 26-27, 1988 Feb. 23-24, 1987 Feb. 21-22, 1986 Feb. 22-23, 1985 Feb. 17-18, 1984

FINISH POINTS LOCATION 6th 425 Minturn, Colo. 6th 620 Bozeman, Mont. 6th 647 Bozeman, Mont. 5th 747 Park City, Utah 2nd 764 Steamboat Springs, Colo. 5th 447 Reno, Nev. 4th 458 Bozeman, Mont. 4th 321 Auburn, Calif. 4th 465.5 Norden, Calif. 4th 449.5 Bozeman, Mont. 4th 457 Crested Butte, Colo. 5th 413.5 WInter Park, Colo. 5th 413 Anchorage, Alaska 6th 280 Breckenridge, Colo. 4th 345 Jackson Hole /Wilson, Wyo. 6th 301 Tahoe, Nev. 5th 286 Eldora, Colo. 4th 307 Park City, Utah 4th 312 Crested Butte, Colo. 3rd 1,104.5 Crested Butte, Colo. 6th 84* Crested Butte, Colo. DNC N/A Santa Fe/Los Alamos, N.M. 6th 47* Laramie, Wyo. 5th 103 Laramie, Wyo. 5th 138 Eldora, Colo. 5th 65 Durango, Colo. 5th 60 Jackson, Wyo. 5th 46 Vail/Beaver Creek, Colo. DNC N/A Winter Park, Colo. 8th 27 Silver Creek, Colo. 6th 104 Silver Creek, Colo.

CHAMPION RUNNER-UP Utah Colorado Colorado Denver Utah Colorado Colorado Utah Colorado Alaska Anchorage New Mexico Colorado Colorado Utah Denver Colorado Colorado New Mexico Denver New Mexico Denver New Mexico Utah Colorado Colorado Utah Denver Colorado Colorado Denver Colorado Denver Utah Colorado Utah Colorado Utah Colorado Colorado Utah Colorado Utah Colorado Utah New Mexico Utah Colorado Utah Utah Colorado Utah Wyoming Utah Colorado Utah Wyoming Colorado Utah Utah Colorado Utah Colorado

FINISH 5th 4th

POINTS 143 93

LOCATION Eldora, Colo. Eldora, Colo.

Utah Utah

Colorado Colorado

FINISH 3rd 1st

POINTS 55 77.5

LOCATION Bozeman, Mont. Anchorage, Alaska

Wyoming WSU

Colorado MSU

ALL-TIME REGIONAL FINISHES

COED (1983-current)

*Only competed with Alpine squad

MEN

DATE Feb. 22-23, 1982 Feb. 18-20, 1981

WOMEN (AIAW)

DATE Feb. 19-21, 1982 Feb. 12-14, 1981

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ALL-TIME NCAA FINISHES

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING COED (1983-current)

DATE FINISH POINTS LOCATION Mar. 5-8, 2014 8th 235 Park City/Midway, Utah Mar. 6-9, 2013 7th 493.5 Middlebury, Vt. Mar. 7-10, 2012 5th 519 Big Sky & Bozeman, Mont. Mar. 9-12, 2011 7th 488.5 Stowe, Vt. Mar. 10-13, 2010 7th 506 Steamboat Springs, Colo. Mar. 11-14, 2009 4th 584 Rumford & Bethel, Maine Mar. 5-8, 2008 8th 334.5 Bozeman, Mont. Mar. 7-10, 2007 12th 243 Jackson, N.H. Mar. 8-11, 2006 6th 451 Steamboat Springs, Colo. Mar. 9-12, 2005 7th 436 Stowe, Vt. Mar. 10-13, 2004 6th 504 Truckee, Calif. Mar. 5-7, 2003 9th 331.5 Hanover, N.H. Mar. 6-9, 2002 10th 310 Anchorage, Alaska Mar. 7-10, 2001 10th 284 Middlebury, Vt. Mar. 8-11, 2000 10th 273 Soldier Hollow, Utah Mar. 10-13, 1999 7th 396 Rumford, Maine Mar. 11-14, 1998 5th 524 Bozeman, Mont. Mar. 5-8, 1997 5th 522 Stowe, Vt. Mar. 6-9, 1996 7th 435 Bozeman, Mont. Mar. 8-11, 1995 8th 411.5 Jackson, N.H. Mar. 9-12, 1994 6th 443 Carrabassett Valley, Maine Mar. 10-13, 1993 5th 543 Steamboat Springs, Colo. Mar. 4-7, 1992 8th 506 Waterville Valley, N.H. Feb. 27 - Mar. 2, 1991 7th 431 Salt Lake City, Utah Mar. 7-10, 1990 9th 243 Stowe, Vt. Mar. 2-5, 1989 6th 459.5 Jackson, Wyo. Mar. 9-12, 1988 7th 277.5 Middlebury, Vt. Mar. 4-7, 1987 7th 425 Anchorage, Alaska Mar. 5-8, 1986 9th 190 Stowe, Vt. Mar. 6-9, 1985 8th 360 Bozeman, Mont. Mar. 7-10, 1984 14th 52 Jackson, N.H. Mar. 9-12, 1983 11th 172 Bozeman, Mont. * Only a maximum of 12 allowed to compete at NCAAs since 1994

#SKIERS 12 12 12 11 11 12 10 6 9 10 10 8 6 5 9 9 11 11 10 9 9 16 14 16 13 15 16 13 11 13 12 7

CHAMPION Denver Colorado Vermont Colorado Denver Denver Denver Dartmouth Colorado Denver New Mexico Utah Denver Denver Denver Colorado Colorado Utah Utah Colorado Vermont Utah Vermont Colorado Vermont Vermont Utah Utah Utah Wyoming Utah Utah

DATE Mar. 3-6, 1982 Mar. 13, 1981

FINISH POINTS 7th 250 7th 46

LOCATION Lake Placid, NY Park City, Utah

#SKIERS 7 3

CHAMPION Colorado Utah

DATE Mar. 10-13, 1982 Mar. 4-7, 1981

FINISH POINTS 6th 141 N/A N/A

LOCATION Stowe, Vt. N/A

#SKIERS 8 N/A

CHAMPION Colorado N/A

MEN

WOMEN (AIAW)

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Mandy Kaempf (Nordic) Tobias Schwoerer (Nordic-2) Zach Violett (Nordic) Nicole DeYong (Nordic) Sarah Hansen (Nordic) Mandy Kaempf (Nordic-2) Eric Strabel (Nordic) Zach Violett (Nordic-2) Nicole DeYong (Nordic) Sarah Hansen (Nordic) Mandy Kamepf (Nordic-2) Christian Ringvold (Alpine) Benjamin Sonntag (Noridc-2) Zach Violett (Nordic) Kjetl Dammen (Nordic) Brian Gregg (Nordic) Kristina Repcinova (Alpine) Kasandra Rice (Nordic) Benjmain Sonntag (Nordic) Timothee Theaux (Alpine) Andy Liebner (Nordic) Kasandra Rice (Nordic) Raphael Wunderle (Nordic) Kristina Repcinova (Alpine) Egil Ismar (Alpine) Andy Liebner (Nordic) Sadie Bjornsen (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine-2) Lex Treinen (Nordic) Max Treinen (Nordic) Raphael Wunderle (Nordic-2) Andreas Adde (Alpine-2) Jaime Bronga (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine) Michael Schallinger (Nordic) Lex Treinen (Nordic) Jaime Bronga (Nordic-2) Erik Bjornsen (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine) Laura Rombach (Nordic) Andreas Adde (Alpine-2) Sean Alexander (Alpine) Vanessa Berther (Alpine) Jaime Bronga (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine) Andreas Adde (Alpine) Viktor Braennmark (Nordic) Marine Dussier (Nordic-2) Lukas Ebner (Nordic) Lasse Moel.-Nielsen (Nordic) Marine Dusser (Nordic) Lukas Ebner (Nordic-2) Niko Harmanen (Alpine-2)

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1996 Kyle O’Kelly (3rd TM) Bobby Taylor (3rd TM) 1998 Doris Hausleitner (3rd TM) Zuzana Razusova (3rd TM) 2002 Aurore deMaulmont (2nd TM) Tobias Schwoerer (1st TM) 2011 Jaime Bronga (2nd TM) 2012 Jaime Bronga (2nd TM) RMISA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 1995 Stephane Mongellaz (Slalom) 1999 Steffi Kindt (15K Classical) Edda Mutter (Slalom) 2002 Eric Strabel (10K Classic) 2003 Tobias Schwoerer (15K Classical) 2004 Mandy Kaempf (10K Classical) Mandy Kaempf (5K Free) 2005 Mandy Kaempf (15K Free) 2010 Andreas Adde (Slalom) 2011 Lukas Ebner (20K Classical) AIAW REGIONAL CHAMPIONS 1981 Britta Kjellstrand (4x5 relay)

Monique Waterreus (4x5 relay) Karin Evaldsson (4x5 relay) Jay J. Peot (4x5 relay), 7.5K Lauri Mattison (giant slalom)

ALL-RMISA 1990 John Buchanan (2nd TM) Catarina Lyden (2nd TM) 1993 Paivi Alkula Jeff Heuseveldt Andrea Marchand Gretchen Pfisterer Jay Poss 2000 Jesse Gallagher (2nd TM) Per Klinberg (1st TM) Tobias Schwoerer (2nd TM) 2001 Leslie Boyd (2nd TM) Erika Hansson (2nd TM) Tobias Schwoerer (2nd TM) 2003 Mandy Kaempf (1st TM) Tobias Schwoerer (1st TM) 2004 Sarah Hansen (2nd TM) Mandy Kaempf (1st TM) Julie-Pierre Leclerc (2nd TM) Christian Ringvold (2nd TM) Zach Violett (2nd TM) 2005 Kjetil Dammen Nicole DeYoung Mandy Kaempf Andreas Neuhauser 2006 Kjetil Dammen (1st TM) Brian Gregg (2nd TM) Stefanie Klocker (1st TM) Kristina Repcinova (2nd TM) Kasandra Rice (2nd TM) Benjamin Sonntag (2nd TM) Timothee Theaux (2nd TM) 2007 Stefanie Klocker (1st TM) Andy Leibner (1st TM) Kassandra Rice (2nd TM) Raphael Wunderle (2nd TM) 2008 Stefanie Klocker (1st TM) Raphael Wunderle (1st TM) 2009 Sadie Bjorensen (1st TM) Jaime Bronga (1st TM) Halfdan Falkum-Hansen (2nd TM) Alex Parker (1st TM) Max Treinen (2nd TM) Raphael Wunderle (1st TM) 2010 Andreas Adde (1st TM) Laura Rombach (1st TM) Alex Parker (2nd TM) Michael Schallinger (1st TM) 2011 Andreas Adde (2nd TM) Lukas Ebner (2nd TM) Steffi Hiemer (2nd TM) Kayla Hoog-Fry (2nd TM) Alex Parker (2nd TM) 2012 Jaime Bronga (1st TM) Steffi Hiemer (2nd TM) Laura Rombach (2nd TM) 2013 Victor Braennmark (2nd TM) Marine Dusser (1st TM) Lukas Ebner (1st TM) Kayla Hoog-Fry (2nd TM) 2014 Marine Dusser (1st TM) Lukas Ebner (1st TM) USCSCA/NSCA ALL-ACADEMIC 1996 Robert Taylor Kyle O’Kelly 1998 Martina Frostad Jason Feeken Lyra Gordon Doris Hausleitner Anette Johansen Morten Kjerland Emma Knutson

1999 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Robert Taylor Javier Dominguez Jason Feeken Izidor Jerman Yvonne Lunda Morton Kjerland Aaron White Leslie Boyd Aurore de Maulmont Tobias Schwoerer Sarah Hansen Thomas Jantunen Kierston Lippmann Dana Mosman Tobias Schwoerer Julie-Pierre Leclerc Andreas Neuhauser Nicole DeYoung Dave Duncan Brittany Geer Brian Gregg Sarah Hanson Mandy Kaempf Rienhard Neuhauser Zach Violett Nicole DeYoung Dave Duncan Stefanie Klocker Brent Knight Kristin Rader Kristina Repcinova Kasandra Rice Marcus Waring Brittany Geer Stefanie Klocker Krista Rader Karl Schauer Raphael Wunderle Jeff Compton Andrew Fischer Karl Schauer Raphael Wunderle Brittany Geer Hanna Johnson Stefanie Klocker Kristina Repcinova Sadie Bjornsen Jaime Bronga Jeff Crompton Amy Glen Sandra MacDonald Dan McKay Alex Parker Laura Rombach Nils Sandtroen Karl Schauer Sarah Tegeler Max Treinen Raphael Wunderle Ida Bjerka Cameron Brewington Jaime Bronga Petra Gantnerova Steffi Hiemer Kayla Hoog-Fry Sandra MacDonald Alex Parker Kristina Repcinova Laura Rombach Lacy Saugstad Michael Schallinger Karl Schauer Sarah Tegeler Lex Treinen Max Treinen Ryan Wolosyn Ida Bjerka Cameron Brewington

ACADEMIC / POSTSEASON AWARDS

NCAA CHAMPIONS 1991 Stig Matsson (20K Classical) 1994 Minna Turvo (5K Classical) 1997 Frode Lillefjell (10K Classical) Izidor Jerman (Slalom) Doris Hausleitner (5K Classical) 2002 Aurore de Maulmont (GS) 2005 Mandy Kaempf (15K Freestyle) Mandy Kaempf (5K Classical) 2010 Andreas Adde (SL) ALL-AMERICANS 1979 Britta Kjellstrand (Nordic) Pam Richter (Nordic) Sue Strutz (Nordic) Judy Ziemlak-Besh (Nordic) 1980 Britta Kjellstrand (Nordic) 1983 Grant Yutrzenka (Nordic) 1985 Tony Bishop (Nordic) Heikki Kanerva (Nordic) Scott Oberbreckling (Nordic) 1987 Tracy Gibbs (Alpine-2) Melody Nibeck (Nordic) Lisa Ramsey (Nordic) Debbie Strand (Nordic) 1988 Grant Richardson (Alpine) 1989 Darcy Byrne (Alpine) Nils Hult (Nordic-2) Grant Richardson (Alpine) Liesl Schernthaner (Alpine) 1990 Dan Fleener (Nordic) 1991 Dan Fleener (Nordic) Tracy Haight (Alpine) Tuomo Latva-Kiskola (Nordic) Stig Mattson (Nordic-2) 1992 Paivi Alkula (Nordic) Urban Enkvist (Nordic) Gretchen Pfisterer (Nordic-2) Greg Tobias (Alpine) Ulrike Vordregger (Alpine) 1993 Paivi Alkula (Nordic) Patrick Bauer (Nordic-2) Jeff Heuseveldt (Nordic-2) Stig Mattson (Nordic) 1994 John Blandhoel (Nordic) Erika Flora (Nordic) Stephane Mongellaz (Alpine) Minna Tervo (Nordic-2) Ann Winter (Alpine) 1995 Erik Flora (Nordic) Todd Montalbo (Nordic) Zuzana Razusova (Alpine) Ann Winter (Alpine) 1996 Frode Lillefjell (Nordic-2) Nicolas Zoll (Alpine) 1997 John Blandhoel (Nordic) Doris Hausleitner (Nordic) Teresa Hunt (Nordic) Izidor Jerman (Alpine) Frode Lillefjell (Nordic-2) 1998 Javier Dominguez (Alpine) Doris Hausleitner (Nordic) Erland Kroken (Nordic) Izidor Jerman (Alpine) Frode Lillefjell (Nordic) Edda Mutter (Alpine-2) Zuzana Razusova (Alpine) 1999 Lars Flora (Nordic) Steffi Kindt (Nordic) Edda Mutter (Alpine) 2000 Jesse Gallagher (Nordic) Edda Mutter (Apine) 2001 Erika Hansson (Alpine) Tobias Schwoerer (Nordic) 2002 Leslie Boyd (Nordic) Aurore de Maulmont (Alpine) Tobias Schwoerer (Nordic-2) Eric Starbel (Nordic-2)

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2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING ACADEMIC / POSTSEASON AWARDS

2012 2014

Jaime Bronga Lukas Ebner Petra Gantnerova Steffi Hiemer Martin Kapso Sandra MacDonald Lasse Molgaard-Nielsen Laura Rombach Alex Parker Karina Smith Max Treinen Sean Alexander Anna Berecz Cameron Brewington Brandon Brewster Ida Bjerka Jaime Bronga Davis Dunlap Lukas Ebner Taylor Guetschow Steffi Heimer Lutz Klausmann Sandra MacDonald Lasse Molgaard-Nielsen Alex Parker Laura Rombach Anais Urbain Nevio Zeni Isabella Andreini Anna Berecz Brandon Brewster Lukas Ebner Mackenzie Kanady Katerine Lamoureux Patricia Sprecher Andrew Arnold Niko Harmanen Curtis McKillop Etienne Richard

1993 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Paivi Alkula Jeff Heuseveldt Kjetil Dammen Allison Empey Stafanie Klocker Raphael Wunderle Alex Parker Andreas Adde Jaime Bronga Jaime Bronga Marine Dusser Lukas Ebner

UAA MOST INSPIRATIONAL SKIER 2006 Stefanie Klocker Kasandra Rice 2007 Dan McKay Karl Schauer 2009 Lex Treinen Max Treinen Raphael Wunderle

2011 2012 2013 2014

Alex Parker Alex Parker Cameron Brewington Niko Harmanen

UAA MOST IMPROVED SKIER 2006 Brian Gregg Lacy Saugstad 2007 Brittany Greer Lacy Saugstad 2009 Lacy Saugstad 2010 Jaime Bronga 2011 Ida Bjerka Kelsey Coolidge 2012 Christopher Kollenborg Lasse Molgaard-Nielsen 2013 Ida Bjerka Lukas Ebner 2014 Etienne Richard Isabella Andreini

RMISA MVP 2004 Mandy Kaempf 2005 Mandy Kaempf 2008 Raphael Wunderle 2009 Alex Parker 2012 Jaime Bronga 2014 Lukas Ebner RMISA SKIERS OF THE WEEK 2006 Kjetil Dammen Stefanie Klocker Kristina Repcinova Kasandra Rice 2007 Kasandra Rice Raphael Wunderle 2008 Raphael Wunderle 2009 Halfdan Falkum-Hansen Alex Parker Raphael Wunderle 2010 Halfdan Falkum-Hasen Alex Parker 2012 Jaime Bronga Niko Harmanen UAA ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1985 Tiina Kantola 1997 Frode Lillefjell 2000 Edda Mutter 2002 Tobias Schwoerer 2003 Tobias Schwoerer 2005 Mandy Kaempf UAA MOST VALUABLE SKIER 1983 Tiina Kantola 1984 Tiina Kantola 1985 Tiina Kantola Heikki Kanerva

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Alyeska Resort, Girdwood, Alaska - Home of the Seawolf Alpine Team


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Bahle, Brittany (A) .................................... ‘06 Barnes, Karen (N)..................................... ‘88 Bauer, Brad (N).................................. ‘96, ‘97 Bauer, Patrick (N)...................................... ‘93 Beardsley, Tyler (N)................................... ‘92 BERECZ, ANNA (A)....................‘12, ‘13, ‘14 Bergstedt, Mack (A)........................... ‘81, ‘82 BERTHER, VANESSA (A)............‘12, ‘13, ‘14 Bishop, Anthony (N)................................. ‘85 Bjerka, Ida (A).......................‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Bjornsen, Erik (N)..................................... ‘11 Bjornsen, Sadie (N).................................. ‘09 Bladhoel, John (N).......................‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Bodnar, Bret (N)....................................... ‘86 Boyd, Leslie (N)............................‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Braennmark, Victor (N)............................ ‘13 Brewington, Cameron (A).....‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Brewster, Robert (N).......................... ‘81, ‘82 Bronga, Jaime (N).................‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Brown, Brett (A)........................................ ‘87 Brown, Christa (N)............................. ‘92, ‘93 Brown, John (N) ...................‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Brown, Peter (N) ...................................... ‘85 Bruland, Synnove (N)................................ ‘14 Buchanan, John (A) .....................‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Burks, Camilla (A).............................. ‘91, ‘92 Burnett, Brian (A).............................. ‘81, ‘82 Burnett, Kevin (A)........................‘81, ‘84, ‘86 Buron, Michelle (A) ..............‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Byrne, Darcy (A)...........................‘87, ‘88, ‘89

C

Campbell, Joe (N)..................................... ‘93 Carpentier, Denise (A).............................. ‘85 Catalano, Robert (A).............‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘91 Caterinichio, Gus (N)......................... ‘97, ‘98 Caterinichio, Joey (N)........................ ‘91, ‘93 Clark, Angie (N).....................‘92, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Clark, Corinn (N)................................ ‘93, ‘94 Clark, Esther (N)................................ ‘82, ‘84 Clausen, Lisa (N)....................................... ‘98 Collins, Tom (A)......................................... ‘89 Coolidge, Kelsey(N)..............‘07, ‘08, ‘10, ‘11 Crompton, Jeff (A)............................. ‘08, ‘09 Csizmazia, Pat (A)..................................... ‘89 Culbertson, Kim (N).................................. ‘88

D

Daabach, Markus (N)................................ ‘95 Dahl, Chris (N).......................................... ‘91 Dahl, Scott (A).................................... ‘85, ‘86 Dammen, Kjetil (N)............................ ‘05, ‘06 Daniels, Elliot (A).........................‘01, ‘00, ‘99 deMaulmont, Aurore (A).............‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Dewhurst, Margaret (N)........................... ‘00 DeYong, Nicole (N)................‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Doering, Elizabeth (N).............................. ‘99 Dominguez, Javier (A)...........‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Donley, Darren (N)............................. ‘88, ‘89 Dorris, D’Anna (N)..................................... ‘89 Droubay, Jessica (A)........................... ‘91, ‘92 Duncan, Dave (A)..................‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 DUNLAP, DAVIS (N)..................‘12, ‘13, ‘14 Dusser, Marine (N)............................. ‘13, ‘14

E

Ebner, Lukas..........................‘11, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14 Ehlin, Magnus (N)........................‘87, ’88, ‘89 Elliott, Jeff (N).................................... ‘84, ‘87 Elvester, Andrew (N).......................... ‘99, ‘02 Empey, Allison (A).................‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09

Enkvist, Urban (N)............................. ‘92, ‘93 Esping, Fred (A)................................. ’98, ‘00 Evaldsson, Karin (N).................................. ‘81

F

Fagerquist, Casey (N)......................... ‘03, ‘04 Falkum, Halfdan (A)..............‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Fayette, Jennifer (N).......................... ‘92, ‘93 Feeken, Jason (N).................‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Fischer, Andrew (A).....................‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Flaharty, Davy (N)........................‘04, ‘05, ‘07 Fleener, Dan(N)....................‘89, ‘90, ’91, ‘92 Flora, Bjor (N)........................................... ‘96 Flora, Erik (N)..................................... ‘94, ‘95 Flora, Lars (N)........................................... ‘99 Friedrich, Heinz (N)................................... ‘94 Fritzel, Cory(N)......................................... ‘92 Fritzgerald, Sarah (N)................................ ‘91 Frostad, Martina (N).............‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98

G

GAGNON, CEDRICK (A).................. ‘13, ‘14 Gallagher, Jesse (N).................................. ‘99 Gantnerova, Petra (A)........................ ‘10 ‘11 Gargel, Lee (A).......................................... ‘88 George, Shannon (N)................................ ‘00 Gibbs, Cindy(A).................................. ‘81, ‘82 Gibbs, Tracy(A).................................. ‘87, ‘88 Gibson, Chris (N)....................................... ‘91 Glen, Amy (N).......................................... ‘09 Gordon, Lyra (N)...................‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Green, Nate (N)........................................ ‘02 Greenhalgh, Rashell (N)............................ ‘92 Greer, Brittany (N).......................‘05, ‘07, ‘08 Gregg, Brian (N)................................. ‘05, ‘06 Gudz, Gary (A).............................‘89, ‘90, ‘91 GUETSCHOW, TAYLOR (A)....................... ‘12

H

Haight, Tracy (A)..........................‘90, ‘91, ‘93 Hamilton, Jessica (A)...................‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Hansson, Erika (A).................................... ‘01 Hansen, Sarah (N).................‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Hanson, Nicole (N).................................... ‘02 Harmanen, Niko (A).....................‘12, ‘13, ‘14 Hausleitner, Doris (N)..................‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Heil, Eric (A).................................‘87, ‘89, ‘90 Heuseveldt, Jeff (N)........................... ‘93, ‘94 Hiemer, Steffi (N)................. ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Hillemeyer, Cindi (N)................................. ‘95 Hoffman, Dave (N).................................... ‘84 Hoog-Fry, Kayla (A)...............‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Hult, Nils (N)............................................. ‘89 Hunt, Peter (A)................................... ‘91, ‘92 Hunt, Teresa (N)....................‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Hverven, Jonathan (A)..........‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09

I

Ingram, Cristy (A).........................‘81, ‘82, ‘85 Ismar, Egil (A)...............................‘08, ‘09, ‘10

J

Jagercikova, Jana (A).............‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Jantunen, Tom (A).......................‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Jerman, Izidor (A)........................‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Johansen, Anette (A)............‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Johnson, Hanna (N).................................. ‘08 Johnson, Mike (N)..................................... ‘89 Johnston, Galen (N)........................... ‘12, ‘13 Jones, Cheri (N)........................................ ‘89

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Kaempf, Mandy (N).....................‘03, ‘04, ‘05 KANADY, MACKENZIE (N).....................‘14 Kanady, Rachelle (N)................................ ‘09 Kanerva, Heikke (N)..............‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Kantola, Tiina (N)..................‘82, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Kapso, Martin (N)..................................... ‘11 Kincaid, David (A)..................................... ‘92 Kindt, Steffi (N)......................................... ‘99 Kjellstrand, Britta (N)............‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Kjerland, Morten (A).............‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Klausmann, Lutz (N)................................. ‘12 Klintberg, Per (A)...................................... ‘00 Klocker, Stefanie (A).....................‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Knight, Brent (N)...................‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Knutson, Emma (N)........................... ‘97, ‘98

Kollenborg, Christopher (A).........‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Kroken, Erlend (N).................................... ‘98 Kumpulainen, Susanne (N)....................... ‘04 Kullberg, Kei (A)........................................ ‘14

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Lambe, Amy (N)........................................ ‘02 LAMOUREAUX, KATERINE (A)...............‘14 Landes, Jim (A).................................. ‘80, ‘81 Lane, Terry (N).......................................... ‘85 Lanza, Lydie (A)......................................... ‘03 Latva-Kiskola, Tuomo (N) ............‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Lawson, Jason (A).............................. ‘87, ‘88 Lebansen, Jesper (A).............‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 LeClerc, Julie-Pierre (A)...............‘02, ‘03, ‘05 Liebner, Andy (N)............................... ‘07, ‘08 Lillefjell, Frode (N).......................‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Lindsey, Sam (N)................................ ‘10, ‘11 Lines, Jeff (A)............................................ ‘01 Lippmann, Kiersten (N)................‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Longfellow, Erin (A)...............‘94, ‘95, ’96, ‘97 Lunde, Yvonne (A).......................‘98, ‘99, ‘00 Lyden, Catarina (N)...............‘87, ’88, ’89, ‘90

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MacDonald, Sandra (A)........ ‘09, ‘10, ‘11,‘12 Makar, Tony (A)......................................... ‘90 Marchand, Andrea (A).............................. ‘93 Markvardsen, Darrin (N)........................... ‘07 Mashburn, Lena (A).................................. ‘99 Mattison, Lauri (A)............................. ‘81, ‘82 Mattsson, Stig (N).............................. ‘91, ‘93 McCoy, Russ (A)........................................ ‘85 McCulloch, Cara (A).................................. ‘13 McGill, Joe(A)........................................... ‘81 McKay, Dan (A).................................. ‘07, ‘09 MCKILLOP, CURTIS (A)..........................‘14 McVicker, Victoria (A)............................... ‘14 Meehan, Dan (N)...................................... ‘85 Meier-Meitinger, Max (A) ...........‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Milligan, Corinne (A)................................. ‘81 Molgaard-Nielsen, Lasse.............‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Mongellaz, Stephane (A).............‘94, ‘95, ‘97 Montalbo, Todd (N).....................‘95, ‘96, ‘98 Moseley, Debbie (N).......................... ‘88, ‘89 Mosman, Dana (N)................................... ‘03 Mucha, John (N)................................ ‘99, ‘00 Munteanu, Smaranda (A).................. ‘07, ‘08 Mutter, Edda (A)..........................‘98, ‘99, ‘01

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Nakstad, Endre (N)......................‘93, ‘95, ‘96 Neuhauser, Andreas (A)........‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Neuhauser, Reinhard (A) .................. ‘04, ‘05 Nibeck, Meldoy (N)...............‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Nielson, Sara (N)...................‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Nord, Derek (N)................................. ‘90, ‘91 Nordyke, Debbie (N).......................... ‘90, ‘91 Norton, Debbie (N)................................... ‘90 NORTON, HUGHSTON (A).....................‘14 Nyboer, Becky (A)..................................... ‘90

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O’Kelly, Kyle (A)............................‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Oberbreckling, Scott (N)..............‘84, ‘85, 86’ Ohms, Haley (N)....................................... ‘03 Oksoktaruk, Jim (N).................................. ‘90 Olnes, Mathew (N)................................... ‘87 Osborne, Natalie (A)................................. ‘92

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Parker, Alex (A).................... ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Patten, Lex (A).......................................... ‘81 Pattison, Gary (A)...................................... ‘88 Pattison, Scott (A)..................................... ‘81 Pederson, Roy (N).............................. ‘81, ‘82 Pelletier, Yvette (A)............................ ‘84, ‘85 Peot, Jay J. (N).......................................... ‘81 Percy, Jennifer (A)..................................... ‘88 Pfisterer, Gretchen (N).................‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Pollock, Joe (N)......................................... ‘87 Poss, Jay (N)..........................‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93

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Quijano, Carma (A)............................ ‘85, ‘86

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Rader, Krista (N)................................. ‘06, ‘07

Radonich, Maya (N)........................... ‘12, ‘13 Radostits, Lynn (A).................................... ‘88 Ramsey, Lisa (N)....................‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Razusova, Zuzana (A)...................‘95, ‘97, ‘98 Ree, Brent (A).......................‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Repcinova, Kristina (A).................‘07, ‘08, ‘10 Rice, Kasandra (N)............................. ‘06, ‘07 RICHARD, ETIENNE (N).........................‘14 Richardson, Grant (A)..................‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Richter, Pam (N)........................................ ‘79 Ringvold, Christian (A)..........‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Rombach, Laura (N)............. ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Rottman, Sarah (N)................................... ‘01

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Salo, Scott (A)........................................... ‘81 Sandtroen, Nils (N)................................... ‘09 Saugstad, Lacy (A)...............‘07, ‘08, , ‘09, ‘10 Schallinger, Michael (N)............................ ‘10 Schauer, Karl (N)...................‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Schauer, Paul (N)..................‘04, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Schernthanner, Leisl (A)...............‘86, ‘87, ‘89 Schiffkorn, Michelle (N)...............‘82, ‘83, ‘84 SCHINDLER, JAMES (A)................... ‘13, ‘14 Schrage, Tim (N)....................................... ‘89 Schwoerer, Tobias (N)..................‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Sharp, Julie (A)................................... ‘85, ‘86 SHEELY, MIRANDA (A)...........................‘14 Sievert, Julie (N)................................. ‘84, ‘85 Sonntag, Benjamin (N)...................... ‘05, ‘06 SPRECHER, PATRICIA (N)................ ‘13, ‘14 Spickler, Sharon (A)................................... ‘85 Smith, Karina (N).........................‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Stadler, Mario (A).............................. ‘92, ‘93 Strabel, Eric(N).....................‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Strabel, Mark (N).........................‘99, ‘00, ‘02 Strand, Debbie (N).......................‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Strutz, Sue (N).......................................... ‘79 Svendsen, Crysta (A)....................‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Svensson, John (N)............................ ‘81, ‘82 Syta, Dale (A)............................................ ‘92

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

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Adde, Andreas (A)................‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Ahern, Pat (N)........................................... ‘81 ALEXANDER, SEAN (A)..........................‘12 Alkula, Paivi (N)....................‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Allender, Martin (A)........................... ‘81, ‘85 Alward, Jason (N)...................................... ‘88 Anderson, Mark (A)........................... ‘92, ‘93 ANDREINI, ISABELLA (A).......................‘14 Angst, John (N)......................................... ‘01 Anguita, Daniela (A).................................. ‘05 ARNOLD, ANDREW (N).........................‘14 Auld, Greg (A)........................................... ‘88

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Taylor, Robert (A)..................‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Tegeler, Sarah (N).............................. ‘09, ‘10 Tervo, Minna (N)....................................... ‘94 Theaux, Timothee (A)............................... ‘06 Thompson, Jeff (A)................................... ‘85 Tobias, Greg (A)...........................‘91, ‘92, ‘94 Treinen, Lex (N)................................. ‘09, ‘10 Treinen, Max (N)...................‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11

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Uffenbeck, Benji (N)....................‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Ulsund, Marit........................................... ‘11 Urbain, Anais (A)...................................... ‘12

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Violett, Zach (N)....................‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Vockeroth, Melannie (A).................... ‘90, ‘91 Vordegger, Ulrike (A)......................... ‘92, ‘93 Vrem, Kelsey (A)....................................... ‘01

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Walker, Craig (N)...................‘81, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Walton, Sarah (N)..................................... ‘99 Waring, Marcus (A)................................... ‘06 Waterreus, Monique (N).......................... ‘81 Watts, Dylan (N)....................................... ‘04 Weaver, Jon (N)........................................ ‘94 White, Aaron (A)....................................... ‘99 Wieland, Jennifer (N)......................... ‘92, ‘93 Will, Travis (N).......................................... ‘94 Winter, Ann (A).....................‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Wolosyn, Ryan (A)................‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Wunderle, Raphael (N)................‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Wurflinger, Gordon (A)............................. ‘91 Wyatt, Kristena (A)......................‘85, ‘86, ‘87

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Young, Sam (N)........................................ ‘99 Yutrzenka, Grant (N).............‘81, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84

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Zeni, Nevio (N).......................................... ‘12 Ziemlak-Besh, Judy (N)............................. ‘79 Zoll, Nicolas (A).................................. ‘96, ‘97

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SEAWOLF ADMINISTRATION & ATHLETIC DEPT. STAFF

2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING CHANCELLOR

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

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TOM CASE

om Case, Lt. Gen. USAF (Ret.), became chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage in May 2011. Upon completing his Air Force career, he was appointed dean of UAA’s College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP), where he served nearly six years before becoming president and chief operating officer of the state-owned, independently operated Alaska Aerospace Corporation. Since returning to UAA as Chancellor, Case has focused on helping students succeed in their college goals. In 2011, UAA became one of only 11 universities nationwide to open a VetSuccess program on campus. UAA opened a Veteran’s Resource Center in 2013 to support its growing military and veteran student population. With support from Chancellor funds, UAA established the INNOVATE awards in 2011 to provide an incentive for innovative research. Seawolf Holdings was approved in 2012, establishing a pathway toward the commercialization of UAA research. In February 2013, ZENSOR, LLC became the first startup company incorporated in Alaska based upon research by UAA faculty. A second startup incorporated in June 2013. Currently, UAA has 31 invention disclosures with 12 patents pending. Under Case’s leadership, UAA opened a new Health Sciences Building, the new Alaska Airlines Center, and received funding to complete a new Engineering and Industry Building, slated to open in 2015. Married to his wife Susan for 45 years, they have a daughter Donna, son-in-law Daniel, and three grandchildren. A graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Case received a Master of Science degree in Systems Management from the University of Southern California. He is a graduate of the National War College, the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College, the Air War College, and Emory University’s Advanced Management Program. He is an active member of the community, having served on the boards of the Alaska World Affairs Council and World Trade Center Alaska, and is immediate past president of Commonwealth North. He is an avid pilot and, of course, a great Seawolf fan.

Athletics Dept. Senior Staff

Keith Hackett Tim McDiffett Jane Pallister Dede Allen Tlisa Northcutt Kevin Silver Michael Friess Nate Sagan

Director of Athletics Sr. Assoc. AD (External) Sr. Assoc. AD (Internal) Assoc. AD (Compliance) Assoc. AD (Development) Assoc. AD (Facilities) Assoc. AD (Sports Med./Strength & Condit.) Assistant AD (Media Relations)

Seawolf Head Coaches Rusty Osborne Ryan McCarthy Michael Friess Paul Stoklos Matt Thomas Sparky Anderson Chris Green

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Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s & Women’s Cross Country and Men’s & Women’s Track & Field Gymnastics Hockey Men’s & Women’s Skiing Volleyball

KEITH HACKETT

ntering his second year as Director of Athletics at the University of Alaska Anchorage, Keith Hackett has positioned the Seawolves’ 13-sport NCAA program for unprecedented growth and success as a new era begins in 2014-15. Since arriving on Oct. 1, 2013, Hackett has overseen the planning and logistics for the department’s transition into the $109 million Alaska Airlines Center – a state-of-the-art sports, community and concert venue that will transform the UAA campus – along with expanded hockey facilities at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. Under his leadership, the department has developed an official strategic plan that will guide the decision-making process and allow the department to maintain a focus on the mission of Seawolf Athletics. A university and administrative management executive with 37 years of higher education experience, Hackett values connecting with the Anchorage community, and building positive relationships with campus faculty, students, staff and U-Med District partners. In addition to reorganizing the internal management structure of the department, he has also entered into agreements with several national leaders in collegiate brand advancement, developing partnerships with Global Spectrum to manage the Alaska Airlines Center, Front Row Marketing to oversee corporate partnerships, and Paciolan for ticketing. Along with his behind-the-scenes contributions, UAA’s success in the competitive arena was also apparent in Hackett’s first year. In 201314, the Seawolves not only finished 16th of 315 institutions nationally in the NCAA Div. II Learfield Director’s Cup, but also produced 25 All-Americans, nine NCAA Championships team qualifications and four Great Northwest Athletic Conference team titles, while UAA studentathletes combined for a 3.18 overall grade-point average. Hackett came to UAA after working from 2004-13 as the senior associate AD for internal affairs at the University of Nevada, where he oversaw the football, track & field/cross country and baseball programs. In addition to his day-to-day responsibilities with specific teams, Hackett was involved with donor relations and major gifts, budget, human and physical resource management, and alumni and community relations at Nevada. As a key member of the Wolf Pack’s senior leadership team, he was responsible for oversight of all athletics department capital projects, development of the department’s first athletic facilities master plan, and event management for all home contests. Prior to his time in Reno, Hackett served as Executive Vice President for Special Projects and was Director of the St. Gregory’s University College for Working Adults in Tulsa, Okla. He also served as Executive Vice President and Provost at St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Okla., from 1997-2004, and as VP for Admissions and Enrollment Management/Dean of Admissions for Law, Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions at Oklahoma City University from 1992-97. He worked at OCU as Dean of Students from 1986-89. From 1989-92, Hackett was the Associate AD at Northern Illinois University, where he oversaw eight Division I sports, including football and men’s and women’s basketball. The native of Nanuet, N.Y., began his college coaching and teaching career at Baker University in Baldwin, Kan., where he was head baseball coach from 1978-83 and assistant football coach from 1977-83. From there, he went on to coach offensive line for the football program at Div. I Memphis from 1983-85. Hackett earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Tarkio (Mo.) College in 1976 and an M.S. in education from the University of Kansas in 1979. He and his wife Patricia have been married for 38 years and have two adult children, Katie and James.


2015 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SKIING

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The Municipality of Anchorage

laska’s most populous city is home to more than a few surprises. Aside from the human population of nearly 300,000, it is home to 1,500 moose and copious other wildlife. More than 50 glaciers stand in the nearby Chugach Mountains, one of the largest state parks in the nation. It’s the best mix of iconic Alaska and urban amenities. More than 135 miles of paved trails wind through the city, and salmon can be caught within the city limits. But Anchorage

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also has a bustling downtown – complete with high-rises, nightlife and one of the nation’s fastest-growing culinary scenes. Anchorage is at the center of road, rail and air travel inside the state, making it a natural fit for visitors hoping to experience Alaska. Activities from the city range from bear viewing to glacier trekking, kayaking to gold panning. Pair adventure opportunities with Anchorage’s outstanding hotels, restaurants,

The State of Alaska

laska is the largest state in the union — one-fifth the size of the ­contiguous 48 states and more than twice the size of the second largest state, Texas. Although Minnesota is called the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Alaska holds the real title in that department with more than three million lakes. Alaska also boasts 39 different mountain ranges, three of which can be seen from Anchorage, and an estimated 100,000 glaciers. The 49th State is home to Denali, the highest peak in North America (20,320 feet). Also known as Mt. McKinley, the collosal mountain is located in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve, located 200 miles north of Anchorage, and can be seen from the city on clear days.

Alaska Fast Facts

Statehood: Jan. 3, 1959 Population (2010): 710,231 Motto: North to the Future Nickname: The Last Frontier Capital: Juneau Size: 663,268 sq. miles

State flower: Forget-Me-Not State tree: Sitka Spruce State bird: Willow Ptarmigan State fish: King Salmon State song: Alaska’s Flag State sport: Dog Mushing

local breweries, and homegrown arts, and it’s a perfect place to explore no matter the season. Thanksgiving weekend is a special time for Anchorage. The GCI Great Alaska Shootout headlines a holiday weekend packed with events. The Town Square tree lighting, the Anchorage Museums craft fair and seasonal exhibits, and other big sporting events all combine to keep Anchorage jumping.


The University of Alaska Anchorage, academic home to more than 17,000 students, is an intersection for intellectual exploration, adventure and transformative experiences in and out of the classroom. With campuses throughout Southcentral Alaska, from the shores of majestic Prince William Sound to the verdant Matanuska and Susitna Valleys, UAA students experience a unique, hands-on education through academics, research, leadership opportunities and mentorship with our community partners in-state, across the country and globally. Surrounded by an environment that is both urban and wild, UAA is a gateway to innovative thinking, learning and exploration in a changing, modern world. UAA is rooted in the Alaska communities it serves and offers exciting pathways in 200 major areas of study, all at a great value.

UAA’s student-athletes, the beating heart of #SeawolfNation, compete in 13 NCAA collegiate sports. At the Division I level, UAA fields a men’s ice hockey team and a women’s gymnastics team. Competing in Division II are men’s and women’s basketball, cross country running, skiing and indoor and outdoor track & field teams, as well as our women’s volleyball team. True student-athletes, our Seawolves maintained a 3.18 GPA last year across all teams, while producing four conference titles, nine NCAA finishes, 25 All-Americans and placing 16th of 315 schools in the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup rankings. In September 2014, Seawolf Athletics cut the ribbon on its new home, the Alaska Airlines Center, a stateof-the-art 196,000-square-foot sporting event, training, sports medicine, special event and performance venue that will be shared by the Anchorage community. The AAC will be the new home for the GCI Great Alaska Shootout and is will host the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation’s Women’s Gymnastics Championships in 2015.

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