Jack Blanchard
Jack Blanchard
Year: So.
Hometown: Dover, Mass.
High School: Burke Mountain Academy

Career Achievements

• 2018 USCSA All-America (slalom)
• 2018 USCSA All-America (giant slalom)
• 2018 USCSA All-America (combined)
• 2018 All-MacConnell Division
• 2018 USCSA Scholar All-America honorable mention

Career Highlights

2018: As a sophomore, completed all 14 races at seven carnivals…posted four victories, seven podium finishes and and 12 top-six results…finished second overall in the MacConnell Division regular season standings…opened the season with a third-place showing in the giant slalom at Okemo Mountain on January 11…won the slalom at Pat’s Peak on January 20 and followed it up with a fourth-place result in the GS at Ragged Mountain on January 21…placed fourth in back-to-back giant slalom races at Whiteface Mountain on January 27-28…was victorious in the first of two slalom races on February 3 and came in sixth in the GS at West Mountain on February 4…wrapped up the regular season with another win and a sixth-place showing in a pair of slalom races at Proctor Ski Area on February 10…came in 12th in the GS, first in the slalom and third in the combined standings at the USCSA Eastern Regional Championships on February 24-25 at West Mountain…came in third in the GS and second in both the slalom and combined standings at the USCSA National Championships at Whiteface on March 7-9.

2017: As a first-year, completed nine of 13 races at seven carnivals…recorded five top-15 results and finished 21st in the MacConnell Division standings…made his collegiate debut with a seventh-place finish in the slalom at Okemo at January 12…came in 11th in the giant slalom at West Mountain on January 21…finished seventh and 19th in two GS races at Whiteface on January 27-28…came in 17th in the second of two slalom events at Proctor/Blackwater on February 12…finished third in the slalom, ninth in the GS and fifth in the combined standings at the USCSA Eastern Regional Championships at Mount Abram on February 18-19…came in 44th in the GS at the USCSA National Championships at Mount Bachelor.

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