Farmington, Maine – UMaine-Farmington men's alpine team collected seven athletes on the All-Division list with four on First Team All-Division and three on Second Team All-Division.
Kyle Farrington led the way for the Beavers after collecting 626 points this season with two wins under his belt. Zach Berliner finished the season with 540 points this season after one win and multiple second and third-place finishes. Simon Spear and Hunter Bolduc rounded out the Beavers on the first team. Spear tallied 438 points with one win one the year as Bolduc notched 292 points after a strong finish on the year.
Christian Beliveau consistently helped the Beavers this year, the first-year skier tallied 257 points with Charlie DeHass right behind him with 252 points. Braden Brothers notched 172 points to round the Beavers on second team All-Division.
The Beavers won the Reynolds Division with a total of 12 points after finishing in first or second place in every race this season. UMF also took first place for the Ricker Cup with 28 points followed by Bowdoin with 53 points.