Through three days of competition, which included Nordic freestyle races on Wednesday and the mass start classic on Friday in addition to the giant slalom competition, UNH is in 14th place with 131 points.
McNamara, who was a two-time All-American in 2006, led the Wildcats’ alpine squad to the fourth-highest team score in the giant slalom with 70 points. He completed his first run in 51.54 seconds and second run in 49.57 for an overall time of 1:41.11. Michael Cremeno (
The trio of women’s alpine skiers compiled 35 points in Thursday’s giant slalom at the Bridger Bowl. Emily Capaul (
In the opening day of competition, UNH’s Nordic duo of Sarah Wright (
On Friday, Bohart Ranch was the site of the 15K women’s mass start classic race. Wright once again was the top ‘Cat with a time of 1:05:42.4 for 35th place. Kullas was clocked in 1:12:47.4 for 39th place.
The 2008 NCAA Ski Championship concludes March 8 with the alpine’s slalom competition at Bridger Bowl.