Beavers Take First Place in the Reynolds Division

Beavers Take First Place in the Reynolds Division

Farmington, Maine – UMaine-Farmington men's alpine team finished the year on top of the Reynolds Division with a total of 18 points on the year after taking first place in four races in the division. The Beavers also won the Ricker Cup with a total of 36 points, the Ricker Cup is awarded to the team with the best-combined men and women's team scores.

UMF was led by Jed Stevens with a total of 448 points for a fourth-place finish in the division. Steven's best result was on February 10th at Lost Valley with a first-place finish. Taylor Davis followed, finishing fifth in the division with a total of 423 points. Davis best result coming on February 16th at Titcomb Mountain with a first-place finish.

Kyle Farrington rounded out the top three Farmington men finishing 6th in the division with 400 points. Farrington's best result was on February 10th at Lost Valley with a second-place finish. Zach Berliner rounded out the top seven in the division for the Beavers after finishing in 7th place with 297 points. Berliner's best results were on January 19th and February 3rd at Black Mountain and Shawnee Peak with a sixth-place finish. Michael Miller closed out the Beavers with a 10th place finish in the division. Miller's best result came on February 16th at Titcomb Mountain with a fifth-place finish.