Boee is just crushing everything.Heading into today's last races of the Invite, looks like the Buffs are pretty solidly in 2nd place at the "RMISA Invitational at Westminster and Soldier Hollow", over 100 points behind leader Utah and ~60 points ahead of 3rd place DU.
Article on yesterday's action -
Direct link - https://cubuffs.com/news/2021/2/22/skiing-boee-wins-fifth-straight-buffs-second-in-rmisa-meet.aspx
MIDWAY, Utah – Sophomore Magnus Boee picked up where he left off earlier in the month, picking up his fifth straight win and sixth overall as the Colorado Buffaloes Ski Team competed in classic races here at the RMISA Invitational at Westminster and Soldier Hollow Monday.
Boee now has six wins and a fourth place in seven races this season, putting together one of the most dominant seasons in CU history. He enabled the Buffs to move from third into second in the meet standings, which began Feb. 8-9 with slalom races at Snowbird Ski Area. CU scored 92 points in the men's race, three behind Utah, and 69 in the women's race, third most in the field, to score 161 on the day and now have 444 points with two events remaining on Tuesday. Utah leads with 553 points. Third is Denver with 384.5, followed by Montana State (369) and Alaska Anchorage rounding out the top five.
UP NEXT: Nordic action continues Tuesday with the freestyle races that will close out this meet and thus the regular season, although half of the RMISA Championships are already complete on the alpine side. The Nordic teams remain in Utah all week and will compete in the conference championships Friday and Saturday.
RMISA INVITATIONAL AT WESTMINSTER & SOLDIER HOLLOW TEAM STANDINGS (Through 6 of 8 Races): 1. Utah 553; 2. Colorado 444; 3. Denver 384.5; 4. Montana State 369; 5. Alaska Anchorage 318; 6. Westminster 300.5; 7. Colorado Mountain 128; 8. Alaska Fairbanks 118; 9. Wyoming 69.
As with yesterday, the link to live timings looks to be http://summittiming.net/races/race_results.php .
(Per the RMISA website, today's schedule is for the men's 15K freestyle to begin at 10:00 AM MT and the women's 10K at noon MT.