UVM’s Marina Vilanova and Dartmouth’s Drew Duffy are the EISA athletes of the week after their outstanding performances at the Harvard Carnival. Vilanova, with a 7th place finish in slalom and 1st place in GS, earned UVM 89 EISA points out of the 215 points that UVM women earned this week. Drew Duffy, who spent a fair amount of time on the podium this weekend with his 3rd place slalom finish and 2nd place GS finish, earned Dartmouth 91 of its 225 male EISA points.
With the races finished and athletes preparing to train in the week leading up to the UVM Carnival at Stowe, UVM leads the EISA closely followed by Middlebury, Dartmouth, and UNH. UVM left the weekend with 867 points, 420 of which came from its alpine athletes. Middlebury grabbed 863 points, but beat UVM in alpine with 438 points. Dartmouth follows hot on Middlebury’s heels with 839 points and 437 alpine points. UNH rounds out the top four with 404 points from its alpine contingent and 712 combined points.