The University of Utah will host the NCAA Skiing Championships in 2014.
Nov. 1, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS - The University of Utah has been selected to host the 2014 NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Championships on Mar. 5-8, it was announced today. The Alpine portion of the meet will be held at Park City Mountain Resort and the Nordic races will be held at Soldier Hollow Resort.
This will be the fifth time Utah plays host to the NCAA Championships with the last time coming in 2000. Utah also hosted in 1963, 1981 and 1991 with the Utes coming away with their second national title in school history in 1981.
"We are extremely honored to host the Championships," Utah Director of Skiing Kevin Sweeney said. "Our race venues will be exactly those used for the 2002 Olympic Games. Both venues have been incredible in their unwavering support for our program and NCAA Skiing. We are thrilled to showcase our race arenas and the university and welcome the country's best collegiate skiers for four days of great racing."
The Utes have finished second at the NCAA Championships each of the last two seasons and have won the overall team title 11 times.
Results from Previous NCAA Skiing Championships Hosted by Utah
Year Champion Runner-Up 2000 Denver Colorado 1991 Colorado Vermont 1981* Utah Vermont 1963* Denver Colorado
* Men's teams only. The NCAA began sponsoring a combined championship in 1983 following the discontinuation of the AIAW.