ON TAP: The Alaska Anchorage Seawolves will host eight days of skiing when they welcome Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association members to Alyeska Resort and Kincaid Park for the Seawolf Invitational and UAA Invitational ... the Alpine competition starts this week, Jan. 25-28, while the Nordic races will be held, Feb. 7-8 and Feb. 11-12.

MEET DETAILS
WHAT: Seawolf Invitational
WHEN: Jan. 25 & 27 (Alpine), Feb. 7-8 (Nordic)
WHERE: Alpine: Alyeska Resort (Race Trail), Girdwood, Alaska; Nordic: Kincaid Park & Girdwood
EVENTS: Giant Slalom, Slalom & Freestyle Sprint, Classic Mixed Gender Relay (4x5K)
LIVE TIMING: http://ussalivetiming.com/ (Alpine only)
RESULTS: GoSeawolves.com, RMISASkiing.com
NOTES: Westminster and Wyoming will not be competing.

MEET DETAILS
WHAT: UAA Invitational
WHEN: Jan. 26 & 28 (Alpine), Feb. 11-12 (Nordic)
WHERE: Alpine: Alyeska Resort (Race Trail), Girdwood, Alaska; Nordic: Kincaid Park
EVENTS: Giant Slalom, Slalom & Classical (5/10K), Freestyle (15/20K)
LIVE TIMING: http://ussalivetiming.com/ (Alpine only)
RESULTS: GoSeawolves.com, RMISASkiing.com
NOTES: Westminster and Wyoming will not be competing.

SEAWOLF BITES: The Seawolves have competed in two RMISA meets for far this season – Montana State Invite and Utah Invite ... combined, UAA has 756 points and sit sixth in the RMISA Regular Season Team Standings ... Colorado leads the 10-league field with 1,280 points, while Denver is second with 1,204 and Utah is third with 1,156.6 ... by discipline, the Seawolves are slightly faring better on the cross country courses with a sixth-place standings (412 points), while the downhill team is seventh with 344 points ... in Montana, the Seawolves combined for 350 points, before performing better in Utah (406 points) ... to date, the Seawolves have amassed eight top-10 individual performances.

ATHLETE NOTES: Leading the Seawolves with two, top-10 results is junior Charley Field ... Field, from Pemberton, B.C., finished seventh in both giant slaloms at Utah and Montana ... Field, who sits at No. 11 in the RMISA MVP Standings, has qualified for the NCAA Championships twice in her career already ... giving the Seawolves their highest finish of the season to date is junior Casey Wright ... from Melbourne, Australia, Wright posted a season-best fourth-place finish in the classical race at Utah ... Wright has finished in the top-20 in all four races this season ... meanwhile, freshman Hailey Swirbul has four top-13 results, including a season-best seventh in the freestyle races at Utah ... in the MVP Standings, Swirbul is currently ranked 9th, while Wright is No. 10 ... leading the men’s Alpine team with a fifth-place showing in the slalom is senior Hughston Norton, while freshman Zackarias Toresson leads the men’s Nordic team with a fifth-place showing in the classic ... also posting top-10 performances are sophomore Tony Naciuk (6th, slalom) and sophomore Toomas Kollo (10th, freestyle).

UP NEXT: Following the conclusion of the UAA & Seawolf Invites, the Seawolves will head to Denver for the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional Championships, Feb. 24-26.