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Robert Saunders '05 won the giant slalom at the Dartmouth Carnival in February, making him the first Colby alpine skier to win a Division I skiing event. Ever.
The win qualified Saunders for the NCAA Championships in Alaska in March, where he finished 15th in the men's giant slalom. Saunders, of Park City, Utah, wasn't the only hot first-year student on the team. Also in the national event for Colby was Warner Nickerson '05, who finished 33rd in the same event. In the slalom the pair finished 23rd and 28th respectively, giving Colby 60.5 team points, good for 17th of 21 teams in the national Division I championship.
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