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The 2020-21 Team Roster

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CMC Ski Team member Cheyenne Brown on a GS course.
Cheyenne Brown
Cheyenne Brown

Brown, Cheyenne

Cheyenne Brown

 5' 7" // Sophomore // Action Sports Industry

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Will Cashmore

Cashmore, Will

Will Cashmore

 6' 0" // Sophomore // Engineering

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Shiau-Tau Ciecierska

Ciecierska, Shiau-Tau

Shiau-Tau Ciecierska

 5' 4" // Sophomore // Biology

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Lucinda Dilworth

Dilworth, Lucinda

Lucinda Dilworth

 5' 4" // Sophomore // Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Minor Sustainable Business

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Mary Kate Hackworthy

Hackworthy, Mary Kate

Mary Kate Hackworthy

 5’ 3” // Sophomore // Associate of Arts

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Henry Hakoshima

Hakoshima, Henry

Henry Hakoshima

 5' 8" // Sophomore // Environmental Science

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Morgan Kosik

Kosik, Morgan

Morgan Kosik

 5' 2" // Freshman // Biology

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Zach Mikkelson

Mikkelson, Zach

Zach Mikkelson

 6' 6" // Sophomore // Communications

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Louis Nguyen

Nguyen, Louis

Louis Nguyen

 6' 10" // Sophomore // Associates Degree of Science

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Sergi Piguillem

Piguillem, Sergi

Sergi Piguillem

 6' 0" // Sophomore // Engineering

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Ethan Siegwart

Siegwart, Ethan

Ethan Siegwart

 5' 11" // Sophomore // Business

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CMC Ski Team member Cheyenne Brown on a GS course.

The Ups and Downs of Racing

The trials and errors of ski racing seem to never end. Once you feel as if you’re on top of the world, and unstoppable rock bottom is certainly right around the corner. Handling these ups and downs has been a huge learning process as an athlete, and by far one of the biggest challenges of this sport. One thing that has helped me over the years to handle all of the hard times is remembering why I love this sport so much. Ski racing gives me the chance to wake up and do something different, challenge myself, meet new people and find my limits every day. The second part that has made ski racing stay possible is having an amazing support system behind me to pick me up once I have fallen down. Of course, my family has always been there and supported me in my endeavors, but once I started racing in college I found a new support system that has changed skiing forever. My freshman year at CMC I lived in the dorms and I met my now two best friends, who don’t even ski race, that have dug me out of the lowest of low rock bottoms of skiing. I met my ski team full of driven athletes who, like me, want to work hard to better themselves and become champions. I met teachers who not only helped me when I was struggling with my math homework, but always supported me when I would explain my crazy goals. Finally, I met coaches who want the best for every athlete and put everything they can into our ski racing to help us reach our goals. I have met my best friends that will stick with me forever, and always push me to be better, especially when I feel […] Read More

Head Coach Scott Tanner

Scott Tanner of Steamboat Springs joined the Colorado Mountain College ski team as head coach in 2018.

A New Hampshire native, Tanner has coached ski racers in Colorado for the past 25 years, initially for Team Breckenridge in Summit County and then for the Steamboat Spring Winter Sports Club.

While working as head FIS coach at both of these programs, Tanner coached many future college racers and NCAA All-Americans.

More recently, he coached for the U.S. Ski Team’s National University Team, which was composed of the top collegiate racers in the country.

Tanner is focused on CMC’s current ski racers as well as actively recruiting the next generation of college racers for CMC. “I’m looking for athletes who want to continue ski racing at a high level, while earning a college degree,” he said.

Scott Tanner

Brian Gudolowicz Assistant Coach

Brian Gudolawicz

Bryce Bonner Student Assistant Coach

Bryce Bonner

Strength and Conditioning Advisor Debra Froehlich

Deb is originally from the Chicago area. She holds a Master of Science degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Performance Enhancement and injury Prevention. Deb has also earned a number of certifications including:

  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
  • Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)
  • Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES)

She began her career with CMC in 2013 as an adjunct instructor teaching in the Physical Activities Department and now serves as an Assistant Dean of Instruction working with Nursing, Health Science, Physical Activities and Community Education for CMC Steamboat Springs.

Deb says she's "very excited to help with the Ski Team’s strength and conditioning program."

Deb Froehlich