Harvard Skiing Finishes Ninth at Darmouth Carnival
Pictured: Rebecca Nadler (Gil Talbot)
HANOVER, N.H. – The Harvard University ski program finished ninth out of 12 programs at the Dartmouth Carnival in Hanover, N.H. The Crimson finished with 378 points, two ahead of last week's performance at Vermont. The women again carried the composite scores as the Crimson finished in seventh place in the giant slalom and 15K Classic Mass Start.
In the giant slalom, Rebecssa Nadler was back leading the team with a 16th place individual finish while Caroline McHugh came in at 21st after qualifying in 42nd.
Catherine Sheils gave a strong effort in the slalom event with an 11th place finish.
On the men's slopes, Kevin McNamara finished in 35th position in the GS after qualifying in 70th for an impressive finish to the weekend while Ian Anderson again paced the team in the slalom, finishing in 41st place with a 79th place starting position.
The 5K Classic was highlighted once again by Alena Tofte, who finished in 16th place in bib number 67. In the mass start event, Tofte turned in another 16th place finish, narrowly edging out UNH's Kathryn Miller as she leaped over Miller from their starting positions.
Christopher Stock led the way in the 10K freestyle for the men with a 32nd place finish while Anthony Ryerson took home 31st place in the 20K Classic Mass Start.