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ALL-TIME RMISA RESULTS DATE Feb. 23-25, 2018 Feb. 24-26, 2017 Feb. 26-17, 2016 Feb. 27-28, 2015 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 360.5 Steamboat Springs, Colo. 6th 338.5 Beaver Creek/Minturn, Colo. 6th 449 Beaver Creek/Minturn, Colo. 6th 474 Anchorage, Alaska 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 Denver Colorado Colorado Denver Utah Colorado Colorado Utah 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

CHAMPION Utah Utah

*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

POINTS 143 93

LOCATION Eldora, Colo. Eldora, Colo.

FINISH POINTS LOCATION 3rd 55 Bozeman, Mont. 1st 77.5 Anchorage, Alaska

RUNNER-UP Colorado Colorado

CHAMPION RUNNER-UP Wyoming Colorado WSU Montana State


ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS DATE Mar. 7-10 Mar. 8-11, 2017 Mar. 9-12, 2016 Mar. 11-14, 2015 Mar. 5-8, 2014 Mar. 6-9, 2013 Mar. 7-10, 2012 Mar. 9-12, 2011 Mar. 10-13, 2010 Mar. 11-14, 2009 Mar. 5-8, 2008 Mar. 7-10, 2007 Mar. 8-11, 2006 Mar. 9-12, 2005 Mar. 10-13, 2004 Mar. 5-7, 2003 Mar. 6-9, 2002 Mar. 7-10, 2001 Mar. 8-11, 2000 Mar. 10-13, 1999 Mar. 11-14, 1998 Mar. 5-8, 1997 Mar. 6-9, 1996 Mar. 8-11, 1995 Mar. 9-12, 1994 Mar. 10-13, 1993 Mar. 4-7, 1992 Feb. 27 - Mar. 2, 1991 Mar. 7-10, 1990 Mar. 2-5, 1989 Mar. 9-12, 1988 Mar. 4-7, 1987 Mar. 5-8, 1986 Mar. 6-9, 1985 Mar. 7-10, 1984 Mar. 9-12, 1983

FINISH 9th 11th 9th 9th 8th 7th 5th 7th 7th 4th 8th 12th 6th 7th 6th 9th 10th 10th 10th 7th 5th 5th 7th 8th 6th 5th 8th 7th 9th 6th 7th 7th 9th 8th 14th 11th

POINTS 194 125 197.5 204 235 493.5 519 488.5 506 584 334.5 243 451 436 504 331.5 310 284 273 396 524 522 435 411.5 443 543 506 431 243 459.5 277.5 425 190 360 52 172

LOCATION Steamboat Springs, Colo. Franconia/Jackson, N.H. Steamboat Springs, Colo. Lake Placid, N.Y. Park City/Midway, Utah Middlebury, Vt. Big Sky & Bozeman, Mont. Stowe, Vt. Steamboat Springs, Colo. Rumford & Bethel, Maine Bozeman, Mont. Jackson, N.H. Steamboat Springs, Colo. Stowe, Vt. Truckee, Calif. Hanover, N.H. Anchorage, Alaska Middlebury, Vt. Soldier Hollow, Utah Rumford, Maine Bozeman, Mont. Stowe, Vt. Bozeman, Mont. Jackson, N.H. Carrabassett Valley, Maine Steamboat Springs, Colo. Waterville Valley, N.H. Salt Lake City, Utah Stowe, Vt. Jackson, Wyo. Middlebury, Vt. Anchorage, Alaska Stowe, Vt. Bozeman, Mont. Jackson, N.H. Bozeman, Mont.

#SKIERS 12 12 12 12 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 Utah Denver Colorado 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

FINISH POINTS 7th 250 7th 46

LOCATION Lake Placid, NY Park City, Utah

#SKIERS 7 3

CHAMPION Colorado Utah

FINISH POINTS 6th 141

LOCATION Stowe, Vt.

#SKIERS 8

CHAMPION Colorado

* Only a maximum of 12 allowed to compete at NCAAs since 1994

MEN

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

WOMEN (AIAW)

DATE Mar. 10-13, 1982


HONORS & 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) 2003 Mandy Kaempf (Nordic) Tobias Schwoerer (Nordic-2) Zach Violett (Nordic) 2004 Nicole DeYong (Nordic) Sarah Hansen (Nordic) Mandy Kaempf (Nordic-2) Eric Strabel (Nordic) Zach Violett (Nordic-2) 2005 Nicole DeYong (Nordic) Sarah Hansen (Nordic) Mandy Kamepf (Nordic-2) Christian Ringvold (Alpine) Benjamin Sonntag (Noridc-2) Zach Violett (Nordic) 2006 Kjetl Dammen (Nordic) Brian Gregg (Nordic) Kristina Repcinova (Alpine) Kasandra Rice (Nordic) Benjmain Sonntag (Nordic) Timothee Theaux (Alpine) 2007 Andy Liebner (Nordic) Kasandra Rice (Nordic) Raphael Wunderle (Nordic) 2008 Kristina Repcinova (Alpine) Egil Ismar (Alpine) Andy Liebner (Nordic) 2009 Sadie Bjornsen (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine-2) Lex Treinen (Nordic) Max Treinen (Nordic) Raphael Wunderle (Nordic-2) 2010 Andreas Adde (Alpine-2) Jaime Bronga (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine) Michael Schallinger (Nordic) Lex Treinen (Nordic) 2011 Jaime Bronga (Nordic-2) Erik Bjornsen (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine) Laura Rombach (Nordic) 2012 Andreas Adde (Alpine-2) Sean Alexander (Alpine) Vanessa Berther (Alpine) Jaime Bronga (Nordic) Alex Parker (Alpine) 2013 Andreas Adde (Alpine) Viktor Braennmark (Nordic) Marine Dussier (Nordic-2) Lukas Ebner (Nordic) Lasse Moel.-Nielsen (Nordic) 2014 Marine Dusser (Nordic) Lukas Ebner (Nordic-2) Niko Harmanen (Alpine-2) 2015 Sean Alexander (Alpine) Clement Molliet (Nordic) 2016 Sean Alexander (Alpine) 2018 Hailey Swirbul (Nordic) 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) 2016 Sean Alexander (2nd TM) 2018 Hailey Swirbul (1st 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) 2016 Sean Alexander (giant slalom) 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)


HONORS & AWARDS 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) 2015 Mackenzie Kanady (2nd TM) Manon Locatelli (2nd TM) Clement Molliet (1st TM) 2016 Sean Alexander (2nd TM) Mackenzie Kanady (2nd TM) Maria Gudmundsdottir (2nd TM) 2017 Charley Field (2nd TM) 2018 Hailey Swirbul (2nd 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 Robert Taylor 1999 Javier Dominguez Jason Feeken Izidor Jerman Yvonne Lunda Morton Kjerland Aaron White 2002 Leslie Boyd Aurore de Maulmont Tobias Schwoerer 2003 Sarah Hansen Thomas Jantunen Kierston Lippmann Dana Mosman Tobias Schwoerer 2004 Julie-Pierre Leclerc Andreas Neuhauser 2005 Nicole DeYoung Dave Duncan Brittany Geer Brian Gregg Sarah Hanson Mandy Kaempf Rienhard Neuhauser Zach Violett 2006 Nicole DeYoung Dave Duncan Stefanie Klocker Brent Knight Kristin Rader Kristina Repcinova Kasandra Rice Marcus Waring 2007 Brittany Geer Stefanie Klocker Krista Rader Karl Schauer Raphael Wunderle 2008 Jeff Compton Andrew Fischer Karl Schauer Raphael Wunderle Brittany Geer Hanna Johnson Stefanie Klocker Kristina Repcinova 2009 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 2010 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 2011 Ida Bjerka Cameron Brewington Jaime Bronga Lukas Ebner Petra Gantnerova Steffi Hiemer Martin Kapso Sandra MacDonald Lasse Molgaard-Nielsen Laura Rombach Alex Parker Karina Smith Max Treinen 2012 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 2014 Isabella Andreini Anna Berecz Brandon Brewster Lukas Ebner Mackenzie Kanady Katerine Lamoureux Patricia Sprecher Andrew Arnold Niko Harmanen Curtis McKillop Etienne Richard 2015 Sean Alexander Isabella Andreini Andrew Arnold Anna Berecz

Brandon Brewster Davis Dunlap John Farr Charley Field Marion Hudry Katerine Lamoureux Manon Locatelli Conor McDonald Curtis McKillop Clement Molliet Hughston Norton Etienne Richard Mario Roncador Kathrin Schratt Miranda Sheely Patricia Sprecher 2017 Marcus Dueling Charley Field Sadie Fox Natalie Hynes Toomas Kollo Katherine Lamoureaux Conor McDonald Curtis McKillop Michaela Keller-Miller Pietro Mosconi Anthony Naciuk Hannah Rudd Miranda Sheely Hailey Swirbul Dominic Unterberger Alix Wells Casey Wright 2018 Erik Cruz Jenna DiFolco Li Djurestaal Marcus Dueling Charley Field Sadie Fox Natalie Hynes Michaela Keller-Miller Toomas Kollo Conor McDonald Tony Naciuk Hannah Rudd Mike Soetaert Hailey Swirbul Dominic Unterberger Alix Wells 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 2016 Sean Alexander 2018 Hailey Swirbul


HONORS & AWARDS 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 1993 Paivi Alkula Jeff Heuseveldt 2006 Kjetil Dammen Allison Empey 2007 Stafanie Klocker Raphael Wunderle 2009 Alex Parker 2010 Andreas Adde 2011 Jaime Bronga 2012 Jaime Bronga 2013 Marine Dusser 2014 Lukas Ebner 2015 Clement Molliet 2016 Sean Alexander 2017 Charley Field (W) Tony Naciuk (M) 2018 Hailey Swirbul UAA MOST INSPIRATIONAL SKIER 2006 Stefanie Klocker Kasandra Rice 2007 Dan McKay Karl Schauer 2009 Lex Treinen Max Treinen Raphael Wunderle 2011 Alex Parker 2012 Alex Parker 2013 Cameron Brewington 2014 Niko Harmanen 2015 Sean Alexander 2016 Charley Field 2017 Hailey Swirbul 2018 Hailey Swirbul 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 2015 Mackenzie Kanady Hughston Norton 2016 Alix Wells 2017 Tony Naciuk (A) Casey Wright (N) 2018 Georgia Burgess (A) Sadie Fox (N)


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Adde, Andreas (A).......... ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Ahern, Pat (N)...................................... ‘81 Alexander, Sean (A)............... ‘12, ‘15, ‘16 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, ‘15, ‘16 Angst, John (N).................................... ‘01 Anguita, Daniela (A)............................. ‘05 Arnold, Andrew (N)...................... ‘14, ‘15 Auld, Greg (A)...................................... ‘88 B 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, ‘15 Bergstedt, Mack (A)...................... ‘81, ‘82 Berther, Vanessa (A)....... ‘12, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15 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, Brandon (N)......................... ‘15 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 Burgess, Georgia (A)............................ ‘18 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 Cruz, Erik (A)........................................ ‘18

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 Deuling, Marcus (N)............... ‘16, ‘17, ‘18 Dewhurst, Margaret (N)......................‘00 Deyong, Nicole (N)......... ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 DiFolco, Jenna (N)................................ ‘18 Djurestaal, Li (A).................................. ‘18 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, ‘15 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 Field, Charley (A)............ ‘15, ‘16, ‘17, ‘18 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 Fox, Sadie (N)......................... ‘16, ‘17, ‘18 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, ‘15, ‘16 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 Gudmundsdottir, Maria (A).................‘16 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 Herhusky, Brandon (N)........................ ‘18 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 Hume, Audrey..................................... ‘15 Hunt, Peter (A).............................. ‘91, ‘92 Hunt, Teresa (N).............. ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Hverven, Jonathan (A).... ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Hynes, Natalie (N)......................... ‘17, ‘18 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 K Kaempf, Mandy (N)............... ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Kanady, Mackenzie (N).......... ‘14, ‘15, ‘16 Kanady, Rachelle (N)........................... ‘09 Kanerva, Heikke (N)........ ‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Kantola, Tiina (N)............ ‘82, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Kapso, Martin (N)................................ ‘11 Keller-Miller, Michaela (N)............ ‘17, ‘18 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 Knopp, Tracen (N)................................ ‘18 Knutson, Emma (N)...................... ‘97, ‘98 Kollenborg, Christopher (A)... ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Kollo, Toomas (N)................... ‘16, ‘17, 18 Kroken, Erlend (N)............................... ‘98


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Kumpulainen, Susanne (N)..................‘04 Kullberg, Kei (A)................................... ‘14 L Lambe, Amy (N)................................... ‘02 Lamoureaux, Katerine (A)‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17 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 Locatelli, Manon (N)............................ ‘15 Longfellow, Erin (A)......... ‘94, ‘95, ’96, ‘97 Lunde, Yvonne (A)................. ‘98, ‘99, ‘00 Lyden, Catarina (N)......... ‘87, ’88, ’89, ‘90 M 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 McDonald, Conor (A)....... ‘15, ‘16, ‘17, 18 McGill, Joe(A)...................................... ‘81 McKay, Dan (A)............................. ‘07, ‘09 McKillop, Curtis (A)......... ‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17 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 N Naciuk, Tony (A)..................... ‘16, ‘17, ‘18 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, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17 Nyboer, Becky (A)................................ ‘90 O

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UAA HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES TOM BESH

INDUCTED 2001 A native of Anchroage, Besh’s accomplishments as UAA’s first full-time ski coach are legendary, a position in which he served from 1977-90. He moved on to serve as chair of UAA’s physical education department, a position he held until his untimely death in an airplane accidnet in 1993 at the age of 45. As head ski coach at UAA for 13 years, his teams produced one national championship, 19 AllAmericans and numerous top-10 NCAA Championship finishes. His 1979 women’s ski team captured the AIAW national ski championships. The AIAW was a women’s intercollegate athletic association that later merged with the NCAA. Judy Ziemiak, a member of that national team, would later become Besh’s wife. Besh received his bachelor’s degree in 1971 from Western State College in Colorado where he earned All-American honors as a skier. Besh earned his master’s of education degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1977 and also did graduate work at the University of Oslo in Norway. A onetime member of the U.S. Ski Team, Besh frequently served as U.S. Ski Association’s Alaska Division coach and was an assistant coach for the U.S. Olympic Nordic team at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y. Instrumental in the formation in many local events, including the Crow Pass Crossing, the Seawolf Triathlon and the Tom Besh Homestead Hill Run, Besh was a three-time winner of the Deward Mount Marathon Race. He is survived by his wife Judy and two daughters, Kendra and Leah.

PAUL CREWS

INDUCTED 2002 For two decades, Paul Crews (1982-2001) was the bedrock of an Alaska Anchorage program that has been one of the most consistent winners in collegiate skiing. Following a collegiate career at Western State, he earned a spot on the World Cup downhill tour in 1971-72, becoming the first Alaskan to qualify for the U.S. Ski Team. Crews rejoined the national team as a coach in 1980, and two years later he returned to join the Seawolves as an alpine assistant to fellow Hall of Famer Tom Besh. The 1990 season would be the first of Crews’ 11 seasons as head coach, with the team never placing worse than 10th at NCAA’s. In 1991, the Seawolves produced the first of five national cha,pions under his watch when Stig Matsson claimed the 20K classical title. Izidor Jerman became the first UAA alpiner to earn a national title with slalom win in 1997 - one of three Seawolves to win individual crowns that year. Crews’ team skied to a school-record fifth-place finish at the 1993 NCAA Championships and equaled that feat in 1997 and 1998. Individually, 48 Seawolves claimed All-American honors under his tutelage. Before retiring from the program in 2001, he was instrumental in landing the 2002 NCAA Skiing Championships that UAA hosted at Kincaid Park and Alyeska Ski Resort. It was the second time Cr3ews helped UAA earn an NCAA host role (1987) and it ended in triumph as his former recruit, Aurore de Maulmont, became the first UAA alpine woman to win a national title. Along with his accomplishments at UAA, Crews also worked with former Olympic gold medalist Tommy Moe during his heyday in the early 1990s. As the director of the Alyeska Ski Club, he helped host the U.S. National Alpine Championships in 2005, 2007 and 2009. He and his wife Barbara have three children, Abigail, Laura and Nicholas.


UAA HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES TIINA HOFFMAN

INDUCTED 2004 The heart and soul of the Nordic ski team for over a decade, Tiina (Kantola) Hoffman [1981-85, 1988-92] becomes the second multisport athlete to gain induction into the Hall. Hoffman came to Alaska as an 18-year-old freshman from Viermaki, Finland, and went on to become one of a handful eight-time letterwinners at UAA.  In addition to earning four straight trips to the NCAA Ski Championships, she was also one of the top runners on the cross country team every year. In 1985, she earned the distinction of becoming UAA’s first Athlete of the Year, as well as winning the Dresser Cup – then known as the Dean’s Cup – as the top overall Seawolf student-athlete in terms of grade point average.  After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, she went on to coach at the high school level, and joined the UAA staff in 1988. From 1990-92 she served as the head Nordic coach, helping the Seawolves capture eight All-America certificates and an individual national champion in her two seasons at the helm.  In 1996, Hoffman earned her master’s of science degree in exercise physiology and coaching from the University of Jyvaskyla in her home country. She has also gained official certification as a vocational teacher and translator.  Hoffman and her husband Dave, also a former UAA skier, currently live in Jyvaskyla with their two sons, Ville Thomas (8) and Veikko Michael (5)

MANDY KAEMPF

INDUCTED 2016 A heralded recruit when she arrived from her native Germany, Mandy Kaempf [2003-06] wasted little time proving she was an elite skier at the college level, finishing runner-up at the 2003 NCAA Championships in the 5-kilometer classical race. By the time she was done, Kaempf would leave as the undisputed top collegiate Nordic racer in the nation and one of the best all-around athletes in UAA history, excelling in cross country and track & field as well.  And while she was among the fastest on the track and running trails, Kaempf was absolutely dominant on the snow, adding two more NCAA runner-up finishes, along with two conference titles and five individual wins in her 2004 ski campaign.  As a senior in 2005, she would reach the pinnacle of her sport, sweeping the NCAA national titles in the 5K classical and 15K freestyle and winning a second straight RMISA classical crown. Although limited to three years of eligibility in skiing, Kaempf suited up for four straight cross country campaigns, emerging as the Seawolves’ No. 1 or 2 runner and earning All-GNAC honors every season.  As a sophomore and junior she placed among the top-50 at the national meet, helping UAA to its first two team appearances at the NCAA Championships, including a 12th-place finish in 2005. She placed third at the GNAC Championships as a junior and was runner-up as a senior, helping UAA to three straight second-place finishes.  In the spring of 2006, Kaempf turned her skills to the track, where she became just the second Seawolf woman to earn All-America honors in that sport, placing seventh in the 5,000 meters at the NCAAs. She was also the GNAC outdoor champion in the 5,000 and recorded the league’s second-best time in the 10,000 meters. At the end of eight competitive seasons, Kaempf’s six All-America awards stood as the second-most in UAA history, and she is still the only person to earn the honor in both skiing and track & field.  Her other major awards as a Seawolf included the 2004-05 Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year, the 2006-07 GNAC Woman of the Year, and the 2005-06 Dresser Cup – the athletic department’s highest academic honor. Still one of only six two-time Academic All-Americans at UAA, she graduated magna cum laude in Dec. 2006, carrying a 3.87 GPA as a double-major in sociology and history. Kaempf stayed with the Seawolves as an assistant Nordic ski coach until 2011, when she earned her master’s in project management from UAA’s School of Engineering. An avid and active traveler, she works today as a senior management consultant for a major European IT consulting company in Munich, Germany.


UAA HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES BRITTA KJELLSTRAND

INDUCTED 2002 Bursting on the scene in 1978 and not slowing down for four years, Britta Kjellstrand left her mark on UAA Athletics with five All-America certificates and a national title. Although she also ran cross country all four seasons, she was best known for her Nordic skiing exploits.  The Hedemora, Sweden, native began her college career in 1979 by becoming UAA’s first individual national champion in any sport, winning the gold medal at the AIAW (then the governing body of women’s collegiate sports) national meet. Kjellstrand anchored UAA’s gold medal-winning relay team in that meet, boosting UAA to the team title as well.  In 1980, she took silver in both the individual and relay races, and as a senior she anchored UAA’s third-place relay team. Known for her fiery spirit and team dedication, Kjellstrand was also an excellent student. She earned numerous academic honors, including the 1979 Broderick Award, presented by the AIAW for success on the playing field and in the classroom.  Since graduating from UAA in 1983 with a bachelor’s in education, Kjellstrand has stayed active in her community, starting a scholarship fund, working on a beautification project for the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, and coaching peewee hockey.  Currently a deputy sheriff in Los Angeles County, Kjellstrand has a son, Logan Johannes Harrington.

ZUZANA (RAZUSOVA) ROGERS

INDUCTED 2001 One of the most consistent Seawolves ever to hit the slopes, Zuzana (Razusova) Rogers [1995-98] becomes the first Alpine skier to enter the Seawolf Hall of Fame with her induction this year. The native of Liptovsky, Slovakia, was a three-time All-American, capturing honors in the slalom as a freshman and junior, and in the giant slalom as a senior. As a junior in 1997, Rogers helped the ski team to its then-best placing at the NCAA Championships as the Seawolves finished fifth in the nation. One year later, she captured numerous individual honors, becoming the first Alpine skier to win the UAA Athlete of the Year Award, and being named NCAA Woman of the Year for Alaska. Just as impressively she was a star in the classroom, twice earning GTE Academic All-America status (’96, ’98). The four-time Chancellor’s List and three-time Dean’s List student graduated in 1999 with a B.S. in natural science from UAA and earned a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington in 2003 and doctorate degree in physical therapy from Texas Tech University in 2013. She currently works as a physical therapist in the Anchorage area. She regularly volunteers time as a youth skiing coach and mentor, serving a wide variety community causes. Rogers and her husband Andy are the parents of two children.


UAA HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES TOBIAS SCHWOERER

INDUCTED 2013 From the time he premiered in a Seawolf uniform, Tobias Schwoerer [2000-03] continued to raise the bar for success in both of his sports.  A five-time All-American in Nordic skiing and the program’s first-ever All-American in cross country, Schwoerer became the second Seawolf to earn at least six such honors, doing so in just three years.  The native of Lenzkirch, Germany, was also the second student-athlete to twice be selected UAA’s Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year and is still the only one to do it consecutively. After becoming the men’s cross country program’s first individual NCAA qualifier in 2000, Schwoerer followed by leading the Seawolves to their first-ever team berth in 2001, where he claimed All-America honors with a 35th-place finish. In his final season, he anchored a Seawolf squad that finished No. 12 in the nation and won the program’s first Great Northwest Athletic Conference title.  On the ski trails, Schwoerer placed 7th or higher in five of his six career appearances at the NCAA Championships, ending with a pair of 3rd-place showings as a senior in 2003. With a 4th-place finish in the 20K freestyle and a 5th-place finish in the 10K classical at the 2002 NCAA Skiing Championships, became the first male Division II athlete to earn the running-skiing All-America double in the same year. Schwoerer posted three regular-season victories in his final ski campaign, including the 2003 NCAA West Region title in the 15K classical, as he found the podium in nine of his 11 races.  A star in the classroom as well, Schwoerer was a First Team Academic All-American and was named the GNAC’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2001-02. In 2002-03, he also earned UAA’s prestigious Dresser Cup as the Seawolves’ top overall student with a 3.90 GPA. Schwoerer earned a B.A. in economics from UAA in 2003 and added an M.S. in resource management from Simon Fraser University in 2007. A former champion of both Mount Marathon and Crow Pass Crossing, Schwoerer still lives in Anchorage and works for UAA’s Institute of Social and Economic Research, where he focuses on analyzing economic concerns related to eco-system services and energy options for rural Alaska. He and his wife Darcy were married in 2010 and have a son, Suvan.

ERIC STRABEL

INDUCTED 2014 Known now as a highly decorated mountain runner, Eric Strabel [2000-04] came of age as an elite athlete at the University of Alaska Anchorage, recording stellar 4-year careers on both the cross country running and Nordic ski trails.  In the fall of 2001, the Colony High School grad spearheaded the first Seawolf men’s cross country team to qualify for the NCAA Championships, while earning both All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference and All-West Region finishes. The next fall Strabel continued to help the Seawolves break new ground as they won the cross country program’s first-ever conference team title and yet another trip to the NCAA Championships, where they finished a solid 12th place with him leading the way. \  When the snow hit, Strabel was an equally dangerous competitor, earning three All-America honors and regularly posting top-10 finishes throughout his career. As a sophomore in 2002 he was the NCAA runner-up in the 20-kilometer freestyle race and placed 6th in the 10K classical, along with All-Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association and All-West Region accolades. His junior and senior seasons brought more NCAA qualifications as he helped UAA continue a two-decade run of top-10 team finishes, returning to All-America status in the 20K classical as a senior.  Strabel earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering in 2005 and worked for three years in the field before dedicating himself full-time to coaching. Currently a coach with the Alaska Pacific University ski program, he has become one of the greatest mountain runners in Alaska history, winning three Mount Marathon and two Crow Pass Crossing titles, and becoming the first person to break the 3-hour barrier in the Matanuska Peak Challenge. In 2014, he was also honored by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame with its Pride of Alaska Award.


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