Skiing Concludes Competition at Dartmouth Carnival

Skiing Concludes Competition at Dartmouth Carnival
Harvard has finished 10th in each carnival this season (Gil Talbot).
CRAFTSBURY, Vt./HANOVER, N.H. - The Harvard skiing team wrapped up competition at the Dartmouth Carnival this weekend, finishing 10th amongst the 15-team field.

Rachel Hampton
posted a career-best finish in the women's 15K, taking eighth with a time of 45:56.0.

Molly Leavens posted the top spot for the Crimson in the giant slalom, taking the No. 45 spot with a time of 2:04.78.  Kaitlyn Gibson finished 52nd at 2:07.94, while Samantha Udolf clocked in at 2:09.91 to take 58th.

Pieter Weemaes posted the top spot on the men's side, finsihign 54th with a time of 1:59.10. James Stevenson came in 57th at 2:04.55 and Kalvis Hornburg ticked in right after at 2:04.96.

Kelly Steeves
led the way for the women in the slalom, clocking in a 1:45.91 for the No. 26 spot. Leavens came in at 1:49.40 to take 43rd and Udolf finished at 1:53.73 to take home 50th.

On the men's side, Dan Rittenhouse finished No. 54 at 1:55.40. Dennis Bao and Hornburg followed right after, with respective times of 156.94 and 1:57.98.

Due to conditions, the nordic squad moved to Craftsbury, Vermont and was able to get only one day of competition in.

Ian Meyer paced the men in the 20K, finishing at 50:33.1 to take 33rd. Devlin Shea 51:12.5 to take the No. 45 spot and Soren Anderson came in three places later with a time of 51:38.7.

Hannah Barnes 47:48.0 also posted a new career-best in the 15K, taking 25th at 47:48.0, while Nina Armstrong clocked in at 48:57.0 to take 36th.

Harvard will return to action next weekend at the Williams Carnival Feb. 12-13.