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By Julio Fierro, Crimson Staff Writer

The streak continues for the Harvard skiing team, as the squad nabbed their fourth consecutive top-10 finish at the Dartmouth Carnival this past weekend. The team finished with 224 points, just 17 behind ninth place St. Michael’s.

The Crimson was once again led by the Nordic component of their roster, with senior Akeo Maifeld-Carucci pacing the team with an 18th place finish in the 10-kilometer freestyle. The Bozeman, MT, native finished the race with a time of 27:36.0.

Maifeld-Carucci was followed by sophomore Ian Meyer and freshman Connor Green, who crossed the line in 38th and 41st, respectively.

In the sprint portion of the competition, sophomore Devlin Shea led the team with a time of 3:14.9, placing him 19th in the field. Shea was finished just ahead of Maifeld-Carucci, whose 3:15.8 finish was good for 21st place.

The women were led by sophomore Rachel Hampton, whose strong season continued with a 24th place finish in the 10-kilometer freestyle race. The Telluride, CO, native finished the event with a time of 33:25.2.

Teammate Annie Harvieux followed the sophomore with a 33rd place finish, clocking in at 34:34.1. Junior Hanna Barnes would finish the race with a time of 34:42.1, good enough for a 35th place finish.

In the women’s classic sprint event, Harvieux would post a time of 3:22.0 to finish in 23rd place, just two seconds short of finishing inside the top 20. The junior was followed by sophomore Maile Sapp, who placed 31st with a time of 3:24.7.

The race would turn out to be the tightest of the day, as there was a spread of just over five seconds in between the 20th and 35th place finishers.

Barnes and freshman Emily Rogers would finish off the race for Harvard with finishes of 41st and 44th, clocking in with times of 3:31.2 and 3:33.4, respectively,

In the alpine portion of the carnival, the women would be the only competitors that Harvard would send to New Hampshire.

Freshman Kelly Stevens would lead the team with a 33rd place finish in the slalom and a 31st place finish in the giant slalom, with junior Samantha Udolf placing 44th in the slalom.

The team returns to action next weekend as they travel to compete at the Middlebury Carnival.

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