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 Taylor Guetschow

2013: Competed in four races for the Seawolves, finishing 24th in the giant slalom at the Utah Invite and 26th in the slalom at the New Mexico Invite … ranked 32nd in the RMISA MVP standings with 55 points.

2012: Dressed in nine races for the Green & Gold, producing three top-20 finishes … furnished a season-high 15th-place showing in the slalom at the UAA Invitational, Feb. 4-10 … recorded a season-high 19th-place finish in the giant slalom on two occasions … finished the season at No. 30 in the RMISA women’s Alpine standings with 135 points … named to the 2012 Div. I All-Academic Ski Team.

BEFORE UAA: Attended University of Utah in 2009-10 … was injured while training for the Gothia Cup (soccer) in Sweden and spent the last four years recovering … member of the Summit Ski Team in 2010 and the Park City Ski Team from 2002-10.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 13, 1990 in Utah … daughter of Mike Guetschow and Melissa Keltan … has six siblings … enjoys camping, diving, soccer and horseback riding … went to Winter Sports School where she was her class president, while earning the Outstanding Senior Award in 2008 and the History Award in 2006 … organized the first annual Fun Run to Fight World Hunger ... journalism & public communications major.

SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS
2013                   GS      SL     SL
Utah Invite            24th    DQ
New Mexico Invite              26th   DNF

2012                   GS      SL
   

RMISA Qualifier        25th    DNS
Colorado Invite        29th    DNF
Denver Invite          31st    22nd           
UAA Invite             19th    15th   
Seawolf Invite         19th    27th           
RMISA Championships    DNS     DNS   
NCAA Championships     DNS     DNS   

Position: Alpine
Year: Junior
Hometown: Park City, Utah
High School: Winter Sports School
Experience: SQ
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