A capsule look at the 12 University of Colorado skiers selected for the NCAA Championships this week at Steamboat Springs:
Arnaud Du Pasquier, senior, men’s Nordic: Skied in 10 races this season and has nine top-20 finishes with six finishes in the top 15 and three in the top 10.
Thea Grosvold, senior, women’s Alpine: A senior making her fourth NCAA Championship appearance, Grosvold hit the top 10 twice, top 15 six times and top 20 a total of 10 times.
Henrik Gunnarsson, senior, men’s Alpine: A senior making his fourth straight NCAA Championship appearance and the No. 1 seeded skier out of the RMISA, Gunnarsson won two races, his first two career wins. He has four podiums and seven top 10s in 11 finishes this season.
Petra Hyncicova, sophomore, women’s Nordic: A consistently top performer, she had five top fives and hit the podium in third place in the classic race at Utah.
Ola Johansen, freshman, men’s Alpine: A freshman who earned men’s alpine MVP from the RMISA this season, he finished nine of 10 races prior to the RMISA Championships, which he missed after an injury. He won two races, was runner-up three times and had six total podium appearances.
Ane Johnsen, sophomore, women’s Nordic: A sophomore who is competing at NCAA Championships for the second time, she had six top-10 finishes, including three in the top six and her career best finish of second in the classic race at New Mexico.
Jesse Knori, sophomore, women’s Nordic: A third-year sophomore who’s making her first trip to NCAAs, Knori had three top-10 finishes and one top-five performance.
Max Luukko, freshman, men’s Alpine: A freshman who has put a stellar season in the books, he has one win, five podiums, eight top fives and nine top 10s in 12 races.
Petter Reistad, freshman, men’s Nordic: Made an immediate impact in his first season on the men’s Nordic squad, finishing all nine races in which he competed in the top seven. He was runner-up three times and had six top-five finishes.
Mads Stroem, junior, men’s Nordic: Stroem continued his brilliant career by earning the RMISA men’s Nordic MVP. He won six races, including the last four, sweeping the races at both New Mexico and the RMISA Championships. In his career, he has won 12 career races, ranking fifth in CU history.
Tonje Trulsrud, freshman, women’s Alpine: Finished 10 of her 12 races, taking home two wins, four podiums and nine top-10 finishes.
Nora Christensen, freshman, women’s Alpine: A late replacement for injured Jessica Honkonen, Christensen finished 10 of 12 races in the regular season for the Buffs and had nine top-20 finishes.