USCSA Virtual Competition
Congrats to Wisconsin Alpine @wi_alpine for winning the first week of the USCSA Virtual competition and a new pair of SHRED Goggles!
Here are the contest details for week 3 of the USCSA Virtual Competition⠀
On Snow: Picture or video tuning your skis or snowboard⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Off Snow: Picture wearing only USCSA sponsor attire/equipment
Post your entry by midnight EST Friday March 12th the enter!
USCSA Membership Refund Policy Update
As we begin to look towards the 2021/2022 season, the USCSA Membership Committee has approved the following policy: The USCSA will review registration fee refunds and/or transfers for the 2020-2021 season until June 01, 2021. After this date, no refunds will be issued. This includes all Team, Institution, and Individual registration fees.
2021 USCSA Virtual Conference
Saturday, June 12th
11:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Time
We know next season will be a rebuilding year for many programs and the National Office has developed several programs to help our team return to pre pandemic levels. We are inviting speakers from US Ski & Snowboard along with several presenters from the Board of Directors & selected committees.
The Conference will end with a virtual Social Hour for all our members to reconnect with each other and share memories.
2020-2021 Season Highlights
Midwest Collegiate Nordic League: American Birkebeiner Intensifies Championship Chase
Twin Cities holds lead in Men’s and Women’s Divisions; record turnout drives standings shakeup
by: Luke Dykowski, Nordic Student Representative
An unrelenting Birkebeiner course saw the largest Midwestern club collegiate field in over three decades dramatically intensify the chase for the MCNL Championship title. Sixty-five skiers across thirteen teams braved wind, unpredictable temperatures, and even blizzard-like snow February 24th through 28th on the storied trails ‘east of Seeley town’.
While 45k of punishing climbing – including an atypical double-ascent of High Point – provided a sharp contrast to the previous weekend’s opening races at the Mora Vasaloppet, the teams appeared eager to test their mettle and cure their near-debilitating Birkie Fever at this, the second MCNL competition of the 2020-21 season.
Although Twin Cities Nordic maintained its lead in both the Men’s and Women’s Divisions, strong showings from the Duluth Area Golden Retriever Men and Buckingham Badger Women kept each team within striking distance of a cumulative League victory. Meanwhile, the arrival of six new teams complicated League standings on and just below the podium – raising the stakes of the upcoming Great Bear Chase.
Click the link below to download the full article!