Katharine Ogden, a Dartmouth sophomore from Landgrove, Vermont, katharine ogden 15k classicalwon the final women's EISA nordic race of the season, crossing the finish line in 42:48.7 to win the 15k Classical race at Black Mountain in Rumford. Ogden bested a field of 61 skiers to capture the gold in these races, which were the NCAA Regional Championships. Finishing in second place was Odgen's teammate Lauren Jortberg with a time of 43:55.1. Taking third place was Anna Bizyukova, a University of Vermont sophomore from Nolinks, Russia, who crossed the finish line in 43:

womens 15k podiumThe women made 3 laps around the famous Ray's 5k loop, which included 3 trips up "High School" hill. Other top ten finishers were Margie Freed of UVM, Lina Sutro of UVM, Lydia Blanchet of Dartmouth, Renae Anderson of Bowdoin, Annika Landis of Middlebury, Leah Brams of Dartmouth, and Taryn Hunt-Smith of Dartmouth.

Rumford native Stephanie Nicols, a freshman at St. Lawrence University, finished 28th in a field of 61 skiers.

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University of Vermont's Bill Harmeyer bill harmeyer 20kcaptured his second gold medal, or in this case a cowbell, at the NCAA© Regionals during the Bates Carnival in Rumford, completing the 20k race in 52:49.6. It was the second win in as many days for the South Burlington native, as he won the 10k freestyle race on Day 1 of the competition. Harmeyer's teammate Ben Ogden, a freshman from Landgrove, Vermont who dominated on these trails last year at the Eastern High School Championships, came in second with a time of 52:50.8. Third place went to Dartmouth senior Callan DeLine, a Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy graduate from Avon, Colorado, who completed the foul laps in 52:51.2. 

mens 20k podiumRounding out the top ten were Finn O'Connell of UVM, Sam Wood of Middlebury, Ian Moore of UVM, Zane Fields of Colby, Lewis Nottonson of Middlebury, Sam Hodges of Middlebury, and James Kitch of Harvard.

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Bill Harmeyer, a University of Vermont junior from South Burlington, won the 2019 Bates Carnival 10k Interval Start Freestyle race on the John Roderick trails at Black Mountain on February 22. Harmeyer, a EISA All-East First Teamer last season, completed the course in 23:40.5. In second place was Zane Fields, a Colby College senior from Woodstock, Vt. The 2018 NCAA© All-American finished the race in 24:02.5. Taking the bronze was Middlebury College senior Sam Wood, a Harpswell, Maine native and Mt. Ararat HS graduate. Wood's time was 24:04.9.mens 10k podium

Top ten finishers in these NCAA© Regional Championships included Lewis Nottonson of Middlebury, Karl Schulz of UVM, Elliot Ketchel of Bowdoin College, Lallan Deline of Dartmouth, Peter Wolter of Middlebury, Ben Ogden of UVM, and Finn O'Connell of UVM.

The Bates Carnival Nordic races conclude tomorrow with the Men's 20k Mass Start Classical, which is slated to begin in Chummy Broomhal Stadium at 12:00 noon.

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Lina Sutro of the University of Vermont captured gold at the initial raceLINA SUTRO of the 2019 Bates Carnival at Black Mountain Ski Area in Rumford. Sutro, a sophomore from Carbondale, Colorado, outskated her opponents to win the Women's 5k Freestyle with a time of 13:02.0. Second place went to Dartmouth Senior Lydia Blanchet of Anchorage, Alaska with a time of 13:04.9. Taking the final podium position was Katharine Odgen, a Dartmoutn sophomore from Landgrove, Vermont.

Other top 10 finishers were Lauren Jortberg of Dartmouth, Margie Freed of UVM, Taryn Hunt-Smith of Dartmouth, Anna Bizyukova of UVM, Annika Landis of Middlebury, Leah Brams of Dartmouth and Emily Hyde of Dartmoutn.  

Rumford native Stephanie Nicols, a 2018 Gould Academy graduate now skiing for Saint Lawrence University, came in 38th in a field of 62 skiers.

The races, which serve as the NCAA© Regional Championships, continue tomorrow with the 15k Classical Mass Start at 10:00 am.

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The 2019 Bates Carnival and NCAA Regional Championships will be held on February 22-23, 2019.  The alpine events will be held at Sunday River in Newry, ME and the Nordic events will be held at Black Mountain in Rumford, ME. 

Schedule of Events

2019 NCAA Regional Championships hosted by Bates College

Black Mountain

NORDIC

Thursday, February 21, 2019

1-5 pm  Course Preview Black Mountain

7:00 pm Coaches Meeting Sunday River, Grand Summit Hotel

Friday, February 22, 2019

10:00 am Women’s 5km Freestyle Race- interval start Black Mountain

11:30 am Men’s 10km Freestyle Race - interval start Black Mountain

Nordic Awards directly following completion of the races at Black Mountain.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

10:00 am Women’s 15km Classic - mass start Black Mountain

12:00 pm Men’s 20km Classic - mass start Black Mountain

Nordic Awards directly following completion of the races at Black Mountain.

2019 NCAA Regional Championship Alpine Awards and EISA Season Awards will be directly following the completion of the alpine events at SUNDAY RIVER (around 3pm).

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Schedule of Events

2019 NCAA Regional Championships hosted by Bates College

Sunday River

ALPINE

Thursday, February 21, 2019

7:00 pm Coaches Meeting • Sunday River, Grand Summit Hotel

Friday, February 22, 2019

9:15 am Women’s GS 1st Run Sunday River

10:15 am Men’s GS 1s tRun Sunday River

12:15 pm Women’s GS 2nd Run Sunday River

1:150 pm Men’s GS 2nd Run Sunday River

ALPINE Awards directly following completion of the races at Sunday River.

4:30 pm Alpine Coaches Meeting Sunday River Grand Summit

Saturday, February 23, 2019

9:15 am Men’s SL 1st Run Sunday River

10:15 am Women’s SL 1st Run Sunday River

12:15 pm Men’s SL 2nd Run Sunday River

1:15 pm Women’s SL 2nd Run Sunday River

2019 NCAA Regional Championships Alpine Awards and EISA Season Awards will be directly following completion of alpine races at SUNDAY RIVER (around 3pm).

 

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