ANCHORAGE- The Alaska Anchorage Nordic squad skied to a combined first-place finish in the prestigious College Cup on Monday at Kincaid Park, in addition to their own victory in the UAA Invitational.

In addition to the UAA Invitational, points were gathered from all collegiate teams that competed in the U.S. Nationals race and put towards places in the College Cup.

UAA outdistanced the 19 team competing with 308 points by placing all six scorers in the top-10. Dartmouth posted 257 points to narrowly edge Colorado University with 256. Rounding out the top-5 was Denver University (223) in fourth and Montana State University (222) in fifth.

The women’s squad was led by three freshmen; Sadie Bjornsen (16:04.5) in fifth, Jaime Bronga (16:10.6) in eight and Amy Glen (16:12.6) in ninth. The trio posted 152 points over Dartmouth’s 142 for the win.

UAA went fifth through seventh on the men’s side, grabbing 156 points and second in the standings. Max Treinen (26:28), Raphael Wunderle (26:37.1) and Lex Treinen (26.43.5) earned the points for the Seawolves, falling only to Colorado University by five points.

In addition to the UAA Invitational, points were gathered from all collegiate teams that competed in the U.S. Nationals race and put towards places in the College Cup.

Due to inclement weather at Kincaid Park, the second and final day of the College Cup was canceled.

The Seawolves will compete in the second day of the UAA Invitational on Friday with a 5/10km classical race. If weather permits, the race will be ran at 11 a.m. During the weekend the Seawolves will switch gears to the Seawolf Invitational. Start time is set for 10 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.