2011 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Champions

  
  


2011 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships
Angel Fire, N.M.
October 28-30, 2011


Cross-Country

Division I Men: Howard Grotts (Durango, Colo./Fort Lewis College) 2:04:44
Division I Women: Lauren Catlin (Fairfax, Calif./Fort Lewis College) 1:53:31
Division II Men: Matt Schiff (Fort Collins, Colo./Humboldt State University) 2:20:03
Division II Women: Alexis Skarda (Boulder, Colo./Colorado Mesa University) 1:50:23

Short Track Cross-Country:

Division I Men: Rotem Ishay (Durango, Colo./Fort Lewis College) 28:37
Division I Women: Sarah Sturm (Durango, Colo./Fort Lewis College) 29:14
Division II Men: Matt Lyons (Denver, Colo./University of Denver) 28:42)
Division II Women: Rebecca Gross (Durango, Colo./University of Denver) 26:41

Downhill

Division I Men: Joey Schusler (Boulder, Colo./University of Colorado-Boulder) 07:46.5
Division I Women: Andrea Napoli (Reno, Nev./University of Nevada-Reno) 12:22.6
Division II Men: Alex McAndrew (East Hardwick, Vt./Clarkson University) 07:35.9
Division II Women: Coleen Pacurariu (USAF Academy, Colo./US Air Force Academy) 10:42.7

Dual Slalom

Division I Men: Joey Schusler (Boulder, Colo./University of Colorado-Boulder)
Division I Women: Crystal Kalogris (Fort Wayne, Ind./Lindsey Wilson College)
Division II Men: Paul Mayes (Homer, Ill./Michigan Technological University)
Division II Women: Essence Barton (Thousand Oak, Calif./California Lutheran University)

Omnium

Division I Team: Fort Lewis College 644
Division II Team: Union College-Kentucky 667
Division I Men: Kerry Werner (Banner Elk, N.C./Lees-McRae College) 291
Division I Women: Jill Behlen (Boulder, Colo./University of Wyoming) 462
Division II Men: Matt Schiff (Fort Collins, Colo./Humboldt State University) 370
Division II Women: Eva Wilson (Kensington, N.H./Warren Wilson College) 458


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