Marine Dusser joined the Alaska Anchorage athletic department as an assistant coach for Nordic skiing in the fall of 2017.
Dusser was a student-athlete for the Seawolves for two seasons (2012-14). She finished third in both the classical and freestyle races at the NCAA Championships to earn a pair of All-American honors in her first season of competition for UAA. Dusser earned the third All-American honor of her career with a ninth place finish in the freestyle race the following year.
Dusser focused mainly on biathlon prior to joining the Seawolves. She was a member of the French national team for seven years, winning three medals at the Junior World Championships and was a six-time French Junior National Champion.
Dusser served as the head biathlon coach of the Villard De Lans Nordic Team from 2010-13 before working as a clinics coach of the Alaska Eagles Eyes from 2012-14. She served as a volunteer coach with Skiku/Nana Nordic for one year and was the Nordic club line coordinator for Rossignol for two years.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in management from UAA and earned a master’s degree in management from the Grenoble Business School.
|Position:||Assistant Coach - Nordic|
|Hometown:||Villard de Lans, France|