Stanford Qualifies for 2017 USCSA Nationals!

Congratulations to the women’s team (Lindsay Allison, Maddie Hayes-Lattin, Lauren Maymar and Kate Wang) and to Nicholas Barbier for qualifying for USCSA nationals! Our ladies have continued their nationals qualification streak, and Nicholas has earned his long-deserved chance to represent Stanford on the national stage.

All five of these skiers have been putting in impressive performances all season, and skied strong races at today’s regional championships. The women’s team beat out University of Nevada Reno and 5 other teams to place second (behind national champions Sierra Nevada College), and Nicholas edged out many other strong racers to become our league’s individual representative at USCSA nationals.

We look forward to sending Lindsay, Maddie, Lauren, Kate, and Nicholas to Mt. Bachelor from March 7th-11th to represent Stanford at USCSA Nationals!
Let the #R2N begin!
 

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Officers 2016/2017

 

President: Roger Romani
rkromani@stanford.edu

10926183_10205918335656766_7880457052716784955_nRoger Romani has been skiing Squaw since before the map had trails on it and watches GNAR at least four times a year. While relatively new to ski racing (last year was his first year competing), Roger has become men’s race captain through a combination of showing up, tuning skis, and a cabin name that even he doesn’t understand. Back at Stanford, Roger enjoys studying physics, playing bass and guitar in various bands, and surfing to compensate for lack of snow.

 

 

Financial Officer: Lindsay Allison
lallis0n@stanford.edu

IMG_0853Lindsay is sophomore from San Rafael, CA and grew up skiing and racing on the Squaw Valley Ski Team. She is a die hard skier and Squaw Valley fanatic and will always take one more run with you even if its -10 degrees (or in the 80 degree weather if the drought continues ). While almost completely undecided in terms of a major, there is a small part of her heart leaning towards bioengineering but a lot can happen before she has to declare in the spring. Besides ski racing, Lindsay enjoys the outdoors through hiking, running, biking, swimming, and waterskiing (she wants to start a waterskiing club as well so if anyone is interested email her), and is also working to refine her packing skills so that she doesn’t look like a sherpa coming back from the cabin every weekend. Think snow!

Cabin “Lord”: Kethayne Trader

Women’s ski captain: Maddie Hayes-Lattin

img_0627Maddie is a sophomore from Portland, OR who grew up skiing on Mt. Hood (ask her about her highway 26 tattoo). She plans to major in bioengineering, and enjoys backpacking, cycling, running and being at high altitudes with good views. Maddie is going on a diet strictly PB&J sandwiches and PBR and plans to spend 0 weekends on campus winter quarter. Her favorite run at Squaw is Chute 75 and her favorite subject is organic chemistry.

Men’s Ski Captain: Ryan Mallory

Originally from Western Washington, Ryan Mallory grew up skiing in the mountains of the Pacific North West. Skiing his whole like, he got into ski racing before high school, but it was mostly an excuse to skiing at Mt Baker every weekend. Still an avid skier, the only thing that will keep him from the slopes is rain, skied in rain enough for a life time while back in Washington. At Stanford he is on his second year of a Masters in Computer Science and when not studying or skiing, likes to run, bike, and motorcycle.

Freeski Captain: Michael Hazard

Snowboard Captain: Emmie Kehoe

Gear: Isaac Kasevich

Social Chairs: Hope Schroeder & Linus Meyer-Teruel

Fundraising: Cori Brendel

Publicity: Enzo Busseti

Sponsorship: Nicholas Barbier

 

 

Nationals 2016

The women’s team headed off to Lake Placid, NY for USCSA Nationals 2016! Competitors were Georgia Toal (Sr), Lindsay Allison (So), Maddie Hayes-Lattin (Fr), and Lauren Maymar (Fr). Conditions were reminiscent of spring skiing, yet the competition was still fun. The ladies pulled off a 14th place finish in Slalom and held their own in the Dual Slalom!

Race 1: GS at Diamond Peak

Officers 2015-2016


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President: Lindsay Allison
lallis0n@stanford.edu

Lindsay is sophomore from San Rafael, CA and grew up skiing and racing on the Squaw Valley Ski Team. She is a die hard skier and Squaw Valley fanatic and will always take one more run with you even if its -10 degrees (or in the 80 degree weather if the drought continues ). While almost completely undecided in terms of a major, there is a small part of her heart leaning towards bioengineering but a lot can happen before she has to declare in the spring. Besides ski racing, Lindsay enjoys the outdoors through hiking, running, biking, swimming, and waterskiing (she wants to start a waterskiing club as well so if anyone is interested email her), and is also working to refine her packing skills so that she doesn’t look like a sherpa coming back from the cabin every weekend. Pray for snow!

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Publicity: Georgia Toal
gtoal@stanford.edu

Georgia is a senior in the process of applying to medical school. Bio major/education minor, she still finds time to make it up to the slopes. She grew up alpine racing at Mt. Hood for Meadows Race Team. Ever since, she has been in love with ski racing and went on to captain her high school team in the OISRA and was ski captain at Stanford the past two years. Her favorite ski team memory is Nationals this past season at Mt. Bachelor or being a “whoop” girl in Annabelle’s car’s rendition of Get Rich. Her other interests include hiking, drawing, and over-organizing her life.

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Boarding Captain: Andy Meislin
ameislin@stanford.edu

Andy is this year’s snowboard captain. She grew up on the ski and snowboard teams at Squaw Valley and loves to ride the whole mountain. Going into her Junior year here at Stanford, she is studying Human Biology with an emphasis in Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. She hopes to go to veterinary school after she gets her undergraduate degree. Favorite Stanford Ski and Snowboard Team Event: Ski Team Prom.

10926183_10205918335656766_7880457052716784955_nSki Captain: Roger Romani
rkromani@stanford.edu

Roger Romani has been skiing Squaw since before the map had trails on it and watches GNAR at least four times a year. While relatively new to ski racing (last year was his first year competing), Roger has become men’s race captain through a combination of showing up, tuning skis, and a cabin name that even he doesn’t understand. Back at Stanford, Roger enjoys studying physics, playing bass and guitar in various bands, and surfing to compensate for lack of snow.

 

IMG_9182Fundraising: Wyatt Horan
whoran@stanford.edu

Wyatt is a studying Energy Engineering and History. He skis, never snowboards. And would like to make it evidently clear that he’s fun. So if you were on the fence about joining the team, look no further- Wyatt will make sure you have a fun time 🙂

525052_439458312804487_170280548_nSocial: Julia Lambert
julialam@stanford.edu

Julia grew up shredding ice on the east coast at Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine and is super excited to now be out west! She’s also a member of the varsity sailing team and is dreading the end of sophomore year when she has to declare a major because at this point it may as well be “indecision”!

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Co-President: Albert Tomasso
tomasso@stanford.edu

Financial Officer: Sam Trautwein
smtrautwein@stanford.edu

Cabin boy: Yvan Quinn
yvan@stanford.edu

Snowboard co-captain: Dakota Mascarenas
daxmm@stanford.edu

Freeski captain: Skye Mooney
smooney3@stanford.edu

Alumni: John Luttig
jluttig@stanford.edu

Social: Marco Monteiro
marcorm@stanford.edu

Gear + Pro form: Emily Stebbins
ekstebbs@stanford.edu

Race Schedule 2017

NorCal USCSA Conference Schedule

January 15/16 – Diamond Peak
January 21/22 – Squaw Valley
January 28/29 – Sugar Bowl
February 4/5 – Diamond Peak

Far West Region USCSA Regional Championships*
February 11/12 – Squaw Valley, CA

Sat. Feb 11 – Men’s and Women’s SL
Sun. Feb 12 – Men’s and Women’s GS

*Athletes qualify for Regionals by competing in at least 50% of the NorCal Conference Races.

NCAA Division II National Championships**
March 7-11 – Mount Bachelor, OR

Tues. Mar 7 – Women’s GS
Wed. Mar 8 – Men’s GS
Thurs. Mar 9 – Women’s SL
Fri. Mar 10 – Men’s SL
Sat. Mar 11 – Dual Slalom Team Event

**The top three teams at the Far West Regional Championships qualify for Nationals as well as the top individual in each gender that is not on a qualifying team.


Official results can be found on the USCSA website.