JACKSON HOLE, WYO \u2014 The US Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) concluded the week of competition for its Collegiate National Championship Saturday with the men\u2019s and women\u2019s Dual Alpine Slalom, men\u2019s and women\u2019s Snowboard Alpine Giant Slalom, and the Nordic Classic Team Relay.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe week saw amazing weather nearly every day, and Saturday was no different, allowing competitors the opportunity to perform their best in one of the most amazing snowsport venues in the world. Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club, Snow King Mountain, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and Snow King Resort partnered to host the event, with the Jackson Hole Tourism Board as a presenting partner.\r\n\r\nSome 513 collegiate athletes representing 68 universities across six regions competed over the 5-day period. This championship represented the best collegiate athletes from around the country. USCSA has member schools in every geographic region of the United States. Events included Alpine Giant Slalom, Alpine Slalom, Dual Slalom, Nordic Sprints, Nordic Relays, Nordic Distance, Slopestyle, Skier Cross, Snowboard Cross, Rail Jam, Snowboard Slalom, and Snowboard Giant Slalom.\r\n\r\nNordic skiers finished their week of competition at the Trail Creek Nordic Center with the Classic Team Relay. Clarkson University\u2019s men\u2019s and women\u2019s teams both won the relay events. Clarkson\u2019s victory in the Relay helped them to also win the Overall Team Championship for the week, while Castleton University won the Men\u2019s Overall Team Championship.\r\n\r\nFollowing the events of the week, USCSA Vice President of Nordic Christi Boggs said, \u201cIt was a fantastic week of racing! The venue, organization, volunteers were absolutely top notch. We had a fantastic week of racing. It was especially great to watch Ana Witowski sweep the individual races and Mitchell Hollman defend his Individual Overall Title. Also, congrats to Clarkson Women and Castleton Men for the Team National Championships.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSnowboarding athletes competed in a Giant Slalom race to wrap up their week of competition. Westminster College completed their sweep of snowboard events, taking home both the men\u2019s and women\u2019s team Giant Slalom championships as well as both team Overall National Championships in Snowboard Freeski and Snowboard Alpine.\r\n\r\nOn the freeski side, Sierra Nevada College won both the men\u2019s and women\u2019s team Overall National Championships.\r\n\r\n\u201cThis week provided the USCSA with an elevated level of competition that we continue to see grow year after year,\u201d said USCSA Vice President of Sport Doug Grayson. \u201cIt continues to be a pleasure to watch the athletes grow as we continue to expand the snowboard\/freeski program.\u201d\r\n\r\nAlpine skiers ended the week with one of the most exciting events in racing - the team Dual Slalom. After three rounds of head to head competition, Rocky Mountain College won the men\u2019s championship and Sierra Nevada College won the women\u2019s. Team Overall National Championships were also awarded by combining the Slalom and Giant Slalom results, and for both the men and women Sierra Nevada College won titles in each.\r\n\r\nAfter the events, Head Coach of the University of Connecticut (UConn) Bruce Diamond said, \u201cIt was a thrilling week at USCSA Nationals for both the men\u2019s and the women\u2019s UConn Huskies ski teams. The kids could not have been more excited with the venue and the town of Jackson. Snow King has fabulous runs that were extremely well prepared for both the GS and the slalom as well as the parallel slalom. It was a huge bonus to have such a fantastic and interesting town so close by. Everything, including the mountain is within walking distance. The UConn athletes and coaches have worked very hard for a number of years to enhance the caliber of the skiing of our athletes, and I think it really showed more so than ever with our results this year.\u201d\r\n\r\nFull 2019 National results.