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Rocky Mountain College ski women lead Stano Cup slalom

Posted at 9:41 PM, Jan 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-25 23:43:16-05

(RMC Athletics release)

RED LODGE, Mont. – During the initial day of the USCSA Grand Teton RMC Stano Cup, Rocky’s women’s ski racing team finished first among three teams in the Slalom Friday.

Finishing ahead of Montana State University and University of Utah, the Battlin’ Bears were led by Hannah Clancy. Sitting on an initial run of 54.69, Clancy finished her second run in 51.81 for a combined time of 1:46.50 and a fourth place finish.

Carina Bracy finished in 7th on a combined time of 1:50.61. Emily Aga took 14th place on a total time of 1:59.44.

The men’s Slalom was cancelled due to weather conditions.

The Stano Cup will continue tomorrow through Sunday.

Rocky ski teams were ranked among the top teams in College Snow Sports’ 2019 National Ski Rankings for the USCSA.

Rocky’s men received the No. 1 national ranking. The women received a No. 2 behind Sierra Nevada College.

The Battlin’ Bears have swept the alpine titles at the USCSA National Championships for the past two years. The men have earned three straight titles while the women have won the past two.