Five Beavers Claim All-Division

Five Beavers Claim All-Division

Farmington, Maine – UMaine-Farmington men's alpine team has five athletes named to USCSA Reynolds Division All-Division Team.

Jed Stevens led the way with a fourth-place finish overall and a First Team All-Division after closing the year with a strong finish. Stevens started the year off with a sixth-place finish followed by a seventh-place finish. On February 2nd, Stevens took fourth place at Sunday River to start his hot streak. After back-to-back fourth-place finishes, Stevens finished in first place at Lost Valley followed by a third and second place finish at Titcomb Mountain.

Taylor Davis has been named to the First Team All-Division after finishing the year in fifth place with 423 points. Davis took second place in his first two races followed by a 10th place finish, an eighth-place finished and a fifth-place finish in the middle of the season. Davis closed out the year with a first-place finish at Titcomb Mountain with a third-place finish in his last race at Titcomb.

Kyle Farrington was also named to First Team All-Division with a sixth-place finish with 400 points. Farrington started the season off slow with a ninth-place finish followed by a third-place finish at Titcomb Mountain. Farrington finished in seventh, fourth, and second in his next three races with the second-place finish come at Lost Valley. Farrington closed out the year with back to back fourth place finishes to help the Beavers claim the division.

Zach Berliner rounded out the First Team All-Division with a seventh-place finish with 297 points. Berliner took sixth-place in the first race of the year at Black Mountain followed by a 12th place finish and an eighth-place finish. Berliner got hot on February 3rd at Shawnee Peak with a sixth-place finish followed by an eighth-place finish at Titcomb to close out the year.

Michael Miller was named to Second Team All-Division with a 10th place finish with 251 points after a very strong finish at Titcomb Mountain on February 16th with two fifth-place finishes which helped the Beavers win the USCSA Reynolds Division.