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Vermont Holds on, Wins Williams Winter Carnival

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Vermont Holds on, Wins Williams Winter Carnival
February 19, 2005

Final Results Link: http://www.eisaskiing.org/
Day One Results Link: http://www.uvm.edu/~sportspr/?Page=News&storyID=5982

BURLINGTON, Vt. Ė Vermont took a two-point lead into the second day of the
Williams Winter Carnival and stretched it out a five point overall win over
Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon which was held at Jiminy Peak and Prospect
Mountain.

The womenís slalom cleaned up 111.0 points on Sunday, while the menís classical
sprint relay team also came up huge for the Catamounts, who improve to 4-1 with
the win. Vermont, who won with a total of 704.5 points, beat out Dartmouth in
second and Middlebury (621.0) who finished third.

Vermont took four of the top six slots in the womenís slalom, led by Jamie
Kingsbury (Waitsfield, Vt.), who placed second. Teammates Jilyne McDonald
(Bellevue, Wash.) and Ashley Spina (Guildhall, Vt.) were right behind
Kingsbury, taking third and fourth overall, while Amy Cochran (Keene, N.H.)
came in sixth.

In the menís slalom, freshman Greg Hardy ( Stratton, Vt.) was the top Vermont
finisher, placing fifth, while Zac Brown (Sun Valley, Idaho) was eighth.

The menís classical sprint relay team made up of brotherís Ethan and Ryan Foster
(Weston, Vt.) and Lowell Bailey (Lake Placid, N.Y.) completed the course in
28:00, with their next closest competitor :32.3 seconds behind. The Catamounts
also picked up a third place finish in the same event, by the team of Anders
Osthus (Duluth, Minn.), D.J. Wassick (Bennington, Vt.) and Jordi St. John
(South Londonderry, Vt.).

Carina Hamel (Southampton, Mass.), Anja Jokela (Shelburne, Vt.) and Kate
Crawford (Hawley, Mass.) paced the womenís classical spring relay with a second
place finish.

Vermont will look to keep the momentum going heading into the EISA Championships
at Middlebury next weekend and the Catamounts host the NCAAís on March 9-12 at
Stowe Mountain Resort and Trapp Family Lodge.

For more information on UVM Athletics, please check us out on the web at
http://www.uvmathletics.com <http://www.uvmathletics.com/> . For complete EISA
carnival information, including schedules and results, go to
http://www.eisaskiing.org.



--
Ben Dickie
Athletic Communications Assistant
University of Vermont
226 Patrick Gym
Burlington, VT 05405
P: 802/656-1188
F: 802/656-8328
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http://www.uvmathletics.com





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