The Daily Utah Chronicle

Ski Brings Home NCAA Championship

Ski Brings Home NCAA Championship

By Zach Janis

March 10, 2019

  In a season full of surprises, the University of Utah ski team was still able to keep the championship pedigree that has been a staple of the program for so long, and they demonstrated just that this weekend, taking their 12th NCAA National Championship. The crown is not unfamiliar to the ...

Utah Ski Team Opens 2019 Campaign in CO

Utah Ski Team Opens 2019 Campaign in CO

By Zach Janis

January 10, 2019

  One of the most storied snow-sport programs in the country gets its much-anticipated start today as the University of Utah Ski Team opens their 2019 campaign in the mountains of Colorado. The team will begin the new year with a Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association (RMISA) qualifyi...

Skiing, the Best of Utah’s Athletics

Skiing, the Best of Utah’s Athletics

By Zach Janis

November 1, 2018

  The University of Utah’s ski program has consistently been on top nationwide in its ability to produce results at exceptional levels. Along with gymnastics, the university's skiing has a storied reputation in the powerhouse institutions of NCAA athletics. Names like Ohio State football, UCLA...

Sports Wouldn’t Be the Same Without International Players

Sports Wouldn’t Be the Same Without International Players

By Zach Janis

September 27, 2018

It is impossible to talk about the greatest athletes of all time without mentioning those who come from outside U.S. borders. As we celebrate the culture of international presence that makes up rosters and lineups across the nation, it’s imperative to look at the international representation without...

Utah’s Senior Presence Remains Key to Program Success

Utah’s Senior Presence Remains Key to Program Success

By Zach Janis

May 31, 2018

As the 2017-2018 school year comes to a close, it gives us time to reflect on our achievements, struggles we endured and the outlook for the future we share. The same is true for Utah athletics. With the exception of track and field, all Utah sports have concluded for the school year, and so, the se...

Skiing: Utes Travel to Defend NCAA Ski Championships Title

Skiing: Utes Travel to Defend NCAA Ski Championships Title

By Mackenzie McDermott

March 7, 2018

After having a few skiers earn All-RMISA honors, 12 members of the Utah ski team are marching into the NCAA Championships with confidence. Sophomore Guro Jordheim, who has won five races in a row in women’s Nordic in the RMISA, said her performance in the conference championships has helped soothe...

Hitting the Slopes Means Hitting the Road

Hitting the Slopes Means Hitting the Road

By Gianna Cefalu

February 11, 2018

Skiing can produce copious amounts of wear and tear on one’s body, especially for members of the University of Utah ski team since they are often competing on the road. The Utes’ season starts at the beginning of January and goes until March when the NCAA Skiing Championships take place. The squad’s...

Skiing: Utes Place Third at Utah Invitational

Skiing: Utes Place Third at Utah Invitational

By Gianna Cefalu

January 25, 2018

Over the weekend, the University of Utah ski team finished in third place at the Utah Invitational, which was hosted in West Yellowstone, Montana, with a total of 599.5 points. Denver placed first in the meet with 650 points and Colorado placed second with 636 points. On the first day of action, seven Utah skier...

Born for the Snow

Born for the Snow

By Gianna Cefalu

January 23, 2018

Leah Lange of the University of Utah ski team was born with a passion for skiing  — just like the rest of her family. Both of her parents were Division l skiers along with her brother, Wyatt, who is a competitive mountain skier. Lange was born and raised in Park City, Utah, where she was constantly...

Skiing: Utes Place 2nd at MSU Invitational, 5th at Utah Invitational

Skiing: Utes Place 2nd at MSU Invitational, 5th at Utah Invitational

By Gianna Cefalu

January 17, 2018

This past weekend the University of Utah ski team had dominating performances from both the Nordic and Alpine teams. Utah finished 2nd overall at the Montana State Invitational behind Colorado with 581.5 points, while the alpine squad took 5th place with a score of 239.5 points. The first day of th...

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