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Grethe Lise-Hagensen served as Montana State University’s Head Nordic Coach from 2003 to 2014. During her decade as head coach, Hagensen brought the team from a state of near non-existence to ranking third in the nation. In May of 2014, Hagensen’s contract was not renewed by the university’s administration. FasterSkier sat down with Hagensen in July to talk about her time at the helm of the MSU program and the accomplishments she achieved during her ten years as head coach.

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The University of New Mexico won the overall Utah Invitational in Soldier Hollow today. “Considering all of the illness we have been battling this week, this is a great win,” said Lobos head coach Fredrik Landstedt. “One of our top men’s racers, Tor-Hakon Hellebostad, did not race all weekend and Polina Ermoshina was struggling with illness all week and still skied.” Colorado’s Buffaloes were the fastest cross country team for the second weekend in a...

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It is a bit late this week, but if you missed the collegiate results form last weekend, here you go!  EISA and RMISA action. Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association Championships The University of New Mexico ski team ended an 16-year drought and won the 2009 NCAA West Regional/Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association Championships today with 565 points, beating out perennial favorite Colorado, host Nevada and 2008 NCAA champion Denver for the title.  Sophomore Simon Reissmann...

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The EISA UVM Carnival took place in Stowe, Vermont as part of the SuperTour weekend, while RMISA schools contested the DU invitational at Devil’s Thumb. EISA – UVM Carnival, Stowe Vermont Top eastern collegiate skiers had the opportunity to match up against some of the top racers in the country this past weekend at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont. The UVM carnival was held in conjunction with the USSA SuperTour, as well as a...

ANCHORAGE & GIRDWOOD, Alaska — Behind its first giant slalom win from a male skier in eight years and another strong Nordic performance, the University of Colorado ski team was able to rally and win one meet and finish third in an another as the Alaska-Anchorage and Seawolf invitationals both came to a close here Sunday. In the UAA Invitational, Colorado was able to rally from 10 points down heading into Sunday’s alpine competition, and...