Senior Rebecca Nadler posted a second-place finish in the women's giant slalom, just .80 seconds behind the winner.
In March, Harvard sophomore Rebecca Nadler did what no Crimson skier had done before—win a national title. Nadler achieved the feat in the giant slalom at the NCAA Championships, edging out Vermont’s Kate Ryley by 0.38 seconds for first place. The win capped a sophomore season in which Nadler also gave Harvard its first EISA Carnival win in an alpine event (the giant slalom) and secured her spot as the greatest skier in Crimson history.
Alpine skier Rebecca Nadler capped off her sophomore season by making history, winning the national championship in the giant slalom. At the NCAA championships held in Montana on March 8, Nadler finished .38 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Kate Ryley from Vermont.
Sophomore Rebecca Nadler, shown here in earlier action, became the first Crimson skier in program history to win an individual national championship on Thursday.
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