JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — Sierra Nevada swept the podium, easily winning the women's slalom competition on Thursday at the U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association championships.
The Rocky Mountain College women finished seventh in the team standings.
The men's slalom competition is Friday. The Battlin' Bears are seeking their fourth consecutive overall title. The Battlin' Bears won the giant slalom team title on Wednesday.
Misel Marovt of Sierra Nevada completed the sweep of both disciplines, winning the slalom title in 1:40.59. She had the fastest times for both runs. Marovt won the giant slalom earlier in the week.
She was followed by teammates Saana Ahonen (1:41.96) and Evan Jazbec (1:43.07).
Sierra Nevada finished with a time of 5:05.62. Castelton was second and St. Olaf third. Rocky had a total time of 5:50.
Emeline Lafarge was 11th for Rocky (1:47.77) and followed by Hannah Clanch (15th, 1:51.5), Emily Aga (52nd, 2:10.23) and Carina Bracy (58th, 2:14.7).