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Miller and Wattenmaker are the EISA alpine racers of the week

Andrew Miller lays down some railroad tracks at the UVM Carnival (Steve Fuller file photo)

After one heck of a race weekend up at Sunday river, both skiers of the week are up-and-coming Dartmouth teammates. Andrew Miller, a sophomore hailing from Park City, grabbed fifth in slalom and second place in GS. Gwen Wattenmaker, a freshman out of Olympic Valley, grabbed sixth place in slalom and third place in GS. Their speed this weekend underscores a formidable carnival performance by Dartmouth. The Big Green Alpine team blew past the competition with 478 EISA points, well ahead of Middlebury's 397 points, UNH's 394 points, and UVM's 347 points.

Gwen Wattenmaker screams through the GS course up at Stowe (Steve Fuller file photo)

With four carnivals down and two to go, Dartmouth continues to lead the pack with a grand total of 1,816 alpine EISA points. Middlebury snuck past UVM and finished the weekend with 1,646 points, and the Catamounts settled into 3rd just behind Mid with 1,620 points.


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