UMF in the News: USCSA National Championship Recap

Jason Brooks – UMF Director of Athletic Communications

The University of Maine at Farmington snowsports program returned to campus recently after a historic week in Lake Placid, New York, at the USCSA National Championships. In total, the Beavers had 20 athletes qualify and compete in the USCSA National Championships across women’s nordic skiing, men’s snowboarding, men’s freeski, men’s alpine, and women’s alpine.

The event was highlighted with a pair of individual national championships, a team national championship, 26 All-Americans, and 12 Academic All-Americans.

UMF Winter Sports Program Athletes

UMF Winter Sports Program Athletes & Coaches

The snowsports program also had 12 student-athletes receive Academic All-American status. Academic All-American status is earned by student-athletes with a GPA of 3.30 or higher. Bodach-Turner, Billings, Lagoda, Theriault, Weaver, Lindelof, Jacob Roy (Frenchville, Maine), Sam Roy, O’Keefe, Smith, Mahmood, and Robb were named USCSA Academic All-Americans.

The USCSA National Championship concluded a fantastic year for the UMF snowsports program, one that they hope is a sign of things to come.

For individual results see UMF 2024 Lake Placid USCSA Results

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