January 3, 2018 at 6:52 pm #50103
Which female freshman made the biggest impact for their team this year in the MCWSA?
Be sure to tell us why you think your nomination should be selected!January 9, 2018 at 4:38 pm #50156
Jean Klochko Bull (MSU)- Jean came in this year as a senior and completely changed our team. She became a vital skier that we relied on to earn points. She had never seen a course coming in and now runs into 32 mph. She also helped our team out in trick by picking up tricks fast. And of course she picked up jump just as quickly as the rest, landing jumps vital to our team. Not only was she a great skier, she also was extremely supportive of our team. Jean was on the dock dancing, painting her body, running down the lake screaming, doing everything she could to cheer on our team. Jean picked up the ski bug unfortunately in her last fall semester, but our team is extremely grateful she did. Jean was an amazing rookie and we would not have done as well this past year without her.January 14, 2018 at 11:48 pm #50177
Jenna Meyer – UW – La Crosse
Jenna came in known as Jarad Meyer’s younger sister, but she sure left this season with a mark of her own. Entering this year with some experience, she quickly shot to the top of our women’s roster and kept on soaring. She was always at practice trying new things, fine tuning others, and consistently coaching and encouraging others. She did not stir at the new challenge of balancing school, skiing, and freshman year life and was regularly found in the library, on the water, or hanging with other ski team members. She was always down at the dock with a killer pump-up song and afterwards found grabbing equipment after a pass – all while never failing to offer a laugh or hug when needed. Her skiing abilities led her to 2nd in Trick and 4th Overall at D2 Nationals and her hardworking and caring personality landed her a top spot in our hearts. Her passion for skiing and our team has also led her to a position on our Exec Board. Jenna has been a huge asset to our team and we cannot wait to see where she soars from here.January 19, 2018 at 3:58 am #50186
Jean Klochko Bull (MSU)January 30, 2018 at 3:25 am #50234
Jenna Meyer LAX
Unbelievable talent across all 3 events. Looking forward to her becoming a future Midwest all-star captain. The sky is the limit for Jenna.
Bold prediction for 2018: 70+ feet off the jump, short line in the course, and 2 inverts + a fashion air on the shred stick.January 31, 2018 at 6:46 pm #50249
Jean Klochko Bull, MSU
Jean is absolutely deserving of this award. Her dedication and tenacity that she brought to our team this year blew us all away. And the best part is, Jean has been a athlete for 2 different varsity sports at MSU (rowing and cheerleading), yet she found a family in our team and poured her heart and soul into her FIRST season as a SENIOR.
Not only is dedicated, but she is supportive to every skier, generous in providing food at tournaments, oh and not to mention, she absolutely RIPS on the water! Jean’s first year as a three event skier, she fought for her spot as an A team skier in ALL THREE events.
Jean is an overall amazing person, just talking to her will make your day. She is a perfect candidate for Female Rookie of the Year.January 31, 2018 at 9:41 pm #50280
Miss. Zachary Worden … because she canFebruary 1, 2018 at 2:37 am #50294
Anna Prior – OSU
As with most freshman we meet, our first instinct as collegiate skiers is to strap some jumpers on them and send them towards big red. As with most, this went terribly for Anna. But even this couldn’t stop her smiling face from coming around. Although she wasn’t putting up big scores this year, her dedication and positive attitude was great to have around and she will be an important part of the team for years to come.
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