LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – Senior Taylor Cudhea of the Saint Anselm College women's skiing team earned Second Team All-America distinction in the giant slalom on Tuesday, placing 10th in a crowded field at the 40th Annual the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association National Championships.
Out of 20 teams, Saint Anselm is tied with Babson for fifth place exiting Tuesday's giant slalom action. The Hawks will participate in the slalom event this Thursday, Mar. 8 at Whiteface Mountain.
Cudhea placed 10th out of a field of 110 entrants on Tuesday, turning in a first run time of 1:07.47, which stood as the eighth-fastest trip down the mountain. She finished her two runs in a combined time of 2:21.52, earning 35.45 race points to secure All-America distinction with a top-10 finish.
Sophmore Katherine Quinn was one spot behind Stephens (2:32.61) and freshman Emilie Brush rounded out the field of Hawks skiers with a time of 2:38.51, supported by a second run time of 1:21.73, which was the 60th-fastest run of the second round.