CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard ski team heads to Vermont for the last time this season to compete at the Middlebury Carnival / EISA Regional Championships Feb. 28-29. The alpine squad is set to compete at the Middlebury Snowbowl, while the nordic group will race at the Rikert Nordic Center.
The alpine team is slated for a 9:15 a.m. start time on Feb. 28, contesting in the slalom races. The Crimson will return to action on Saturday, Feb. 29, competing in the giant slalom. On the nordic side, the gang will race the women's 5k skate and the men's 10k skate on Friday, starting at 10 a.m. The carnival will wrap up with the women's 15k classic and the men's 20k classic on Sunday, with the race time at 10 a.m.
What to Know
- Junior Nellie Ide has collected a top-20 finish in every regular-season carnival.
- Harvard heads into the EISA Regional Championships after a 10th place finish at the Williams Carnival Feb. 14-15.
- Contesting at the Williams Carnival, sophomore James Kitch led the nordic crew with a top-20 finish in the 10k classic.
- Competing at the 2018-19 EISA Regional Championships, the team notched nine top-25 finishers throughout the carnival.
The Crimson looks to secure qualifying ranks for the NCAA Championships, which will be hosted in Bozeman, Mont. March 11-14.