Tatum Alkier
Tatum Alkier
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Collingwood, Ontario
High School: Canada National Ski Academy

Career Achievements

• 2015, 2017 USCSA All-America (slalom)
• 2017 USCSA All-America (giant slalom)
• 2015, 2017, 2018 USCSA All-America (combined)
• 2015, 2017, 2018 All-MacConnell Division
• 2017, 2018 USCSA Scholar All-America second team

Career Highlights

2018: As a senior, completed all 14 races at seven carnivals…recorded seven top-10 finishes and came in ninth in the MacConnell Division regular season standings…came in eighth to begin the year in the giant slalom at Okemo Mountain on January 11…placed fourth in the slalom at Pat’s Peak on January 20…finished eighth and 10th in a pair of GS races at Whiteface Mountain on January 27-28…finished 10th in the second of two slalom races and placed eighth in the giant slalom at West Mountain on February 3-4…closed the regular season by finishing 10th and 11th in a pair of slalom races at Proctor Ski Area on February 10…placed 14th in the GS, 11th in the slalom and 10th in the combined standings at the USCSA Eastern Regional Championships on February -24-25 at West Mountain…finished 26th in the GS, 16th in the slalom and 15th in the combined standings at the USCSA National Championships at Whiteface on March 6-8.

2017: As a junior, finished all 16 races at eight carnivals…posted 10 top-10 results and finished 15th or better in 14 of 16 events…came in eighth in the MacConnell Division standings…finished 12th in the slalom and 10th in the giant slalom at Okemo on January 12-13…finished 13th in the GS and eighth in the slalom at West Mountain on January 21-22…placed fourth and sixth in two GS races at Whiteface on January 27-28…came in eighth in the giant slalom and ninth in the slalom at Crotched Mountain on February 4-5…finished seventh and 10th in a pair of slalom events at Proctor/Blackwater on February 11-12… came in eighth in the slalom, ninth in the GS and seventh in the combined standings at the USCSA Eastern Regional Championships at Mount Abram on February 18-19…qualified for the NCAA Regional Championships and finished 30th in the slalom and 57th in the GS at Sunday River on February 24-25…came in 12th in the slalom, 15th in the GS and 10th in the combined standings to earn three All-America honors at the USCSA National Championships at Mount Bachelor.

2016: As a sophomore, completed 11 of 14 races and finished 19th in the MacConnell Division standings…posted five top-15 results and finished 25th or higher nine times…came in 11th in the slalom at Blackwater Ski Area on January 16…finished 12th in the slalom at West Mountain on January 24…came in 15th and 20th in a pair of giant slalom races at Whiteface Mountain on January 30-31…came in ninth and 19th in back-to-back slalom races at Pat’s Peak on February 20…finished 23rd in the GS at Mount Sunapee on February 21…came in 11th in the slalom at the USCSA Eastern Regional Championships at Mount Abram on February 28…finished 27th in the GS, 25th in the slalom and 20th in the combined standings at the USCSA National Championships at Whiteface on March 8-10.

2015: As a first-year, finished all 14 races she competed in at seven events…posted 10 top-10 results, including two second-place finishes, a pair of third-place results and two fourth-place showings…finished 24th or higher in every race on the year…made her collegiate debut with a 17th-place showing in the giant slalom at Okemo Mountain on January 8…also came in seventh in the slalom at Okemo on January 9…finished fourth in the slalom at Blackwater Mountain on January 17…came in second in the GS and third in the slalom at Whiteface Mountain on January 24-25…finished third in the slalom and seventh in the giant slalom at Crotched Mountain on January 31-February 1…wrapped up the regular season by finishing fifth in the GS and fourth in the slalom at West Mountain on February 7-8…came in second in the slalom and fifth in the combined standings at the USCSA Eastern Regional Championships on February 21-22…finished eighth in the slalom and ninth in the combined standings to earn All-America honors at the USCSA National Championships at Mount Bachelor on March 5.

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