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Collegiate Nationals: A Casey Gibson Gallery

The USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships started Friday with the team time trial in northern Colorado. Photographer Casey Gibson was there. With traditional powerhouses shining in Division I and some impressive underdog performances in the Division II race, the University of California-Davis and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology took the lead in the overall team standings.

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Air Force's team silhouetted against the sky.

Air Force’s team silhouetted against the sky.

Photo: Casey B. Gibson

The USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships started Friday with the team time trial in northern Colorado. Photographer Casey Gibson was there.

With traditional powerhouses shining in Division I and some impressive underdog performances in the Division II race, the University of California-Davis and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology took the lead in the overall team standings.

After Lees-McRae College took an early commanding lead, the men’s UC-Davis squad of Tyler Dibble, Paul Mach, Philip Mooney and Shawn Rosenthal posted the day’s best time of 23:18.490 to win the DI crown despite a late-race head wind into the finish. Last year’s team time trial runner-up, University of Colorado-Boulder, once again scored a near miss, only nine seconds behind the Aggies of Davis. Lees-McRae’s time of 24:00.980 held up to earn third place.

“With four freshmen in the contest, we’re very pleased with our result,” said Lees-McRae head coach Doug Owen. “Brian (Sheedy), our assistant coach, got them together as a team and had them mentally prepared.”

Earlier in the day the Division I women got things started off with Stanford University’s Arwen Bradley, Audrey Brown, Rae Brownsberger and Alicia Cooperman posting the winning time of 27:46.720 on the same 20km out-and-back course. The Cardinals bested last year’s TTT winner, Colorado’s Fort Lewis College, which rode into second place with a time of 28:08.460 over the Wildcats of the University of Arizona.

The UC-Davis women pulled off a fourth-place finish, which, when combined with the men’s win, gave the team a 19-point lead in the overall standings. Fort Lewis (139) and Stanford (132) sit in second and third place leading into Saturday’s road race and Sunday’s criterium.

Late arrivals to the start by several DII squads left the competition wide open and Furman University of Greenville, South Carolina, took full advantage, earning an impressive time of 24:08.320. Spencer Beamer, Todd McClure, Chris Butler and Craig McKinney teamed up to post the fifth best time of the day and take the DII crown for the Paladins. After going off first in the start order, the Colorado School of Mines’ 24:35.830 ride held up for second place while the University of Denver finished third.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology team of Martha Buckley, Sonya Cates, Yuri Matsumoto and Zuzana Trnovcova took the win in the women’s DII race over last year’s runner-up, Western Washington University. Dartmouth College finished third with a time of 30:45.890.

The MIT men’s squad’s fourth-place finish, combined with the women’s victory, allowed the Engineers to move into the top spot overall in DII. The Colorado School of Mines (139) is currently in second place while last year’s overall champion, Western Washington University (132), occupies the third spot.

Eighteen national titles are up for grabs throughout the weekend, none of them more important than the overall team titles that will be determined on Sunday. Points scored by the men’s and women’s squads in each division will result in an overall Division I and Division II champion. Stanford University is the defending Division I champion, while Western Washington University captured the Division II crown in 2007 in Lawrence, Kansas.

On Saturday the first individual national champions will be crowned in the road race. The DI and DII women will race 50 miles and the DI and DII men 70 miles. All four divisions will start and finish at Colorado State University’s Hughes Stadium.

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Results

Division I Overall Standings

1. University of California – Davis 158

2. Fort Lewis College 139

3. Stanford University 132

4. Lees-McRae College 129

5. University of Colorado – Boulder 121

Division II Overall Standings

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 158

2. Colorado School of Mines 139

3. Western Washington University 132

4. University of Denver 116 5. Dartmouth College 111

Division 1 Women’s TTT
1, Stanford University, in 27:46.72
Arwen Bradley
Audrey Brown
Rae Brownsberger
Alicia Cooperman
2. Fort Lewis College in 28:08.46
Amy Dombroski
Jessica Lathrop
Kristin Mcgrath
Stephanie Swan
3. University of Arizona in 28:41.88
Melanie Meyers
Chloe Forsman
Judy Jenkins
Kathy Rakel
4. University of California in 28:48.28
Amanda Seigle
Amy Chandos
Amy Encalada
Marisa Mcadler
5. Lees-McRae College in 29:18.47
Kristi Henne
Kacey Manderfield
Jo Markham K.
Ally Stacher
6. Colorado State University, in 29:40.45
Megan Cassidy
Carol Hutton
Julia Manley
Amanda Miller
7. Indiana University in 30:05.72
Pam Loebig
Julie Panzica
Sarah Rieke
Louise Turner
8. University of Colorado, in 31:06.63
Kimberly Trenbath
Tyera Eulberg
Phoebe Erdman
Sarah Levy
9. University of California in 31:25.99
Becca Formanek
Heidi Buehler
Jennifer Johansen
Lauren Liscinski
10. University of California in 31:41.07
Kimberly Fong
Brianna Hand
Josephine Morgan
11. University of Texas in 31:57.75
Catherine Newsom
Whitney Schultz
Brenna Wozniak
Amy Mullin
12. Marian College in 33:34.83
Mallory Burrows
Abby Nicks
Sierra Siebenlist
Megan Somerville

Division 1 Men’s TTT

1, UC DAVIS in 23:18.490
Tyler Dibble,
Paul Mach,
Philip Mooney,
Shawn Rosenthal,
2, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO in 23:27.880
Taylor Kneuven,
Ryan Belew,
Brad Bingham,
Kiel Reijnen,
3, LEES-MCRAE COLLEGE in 24:00.980
Mike Anderson

Andrew Talansky
John Doyle
and Eric Thompson

4, COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY n 24:06.560
Brad Cole,
Caley Fretz,
Chris Hall,
Patrick Mcglynn,
5, FORT LEWIS COLLEGE in 24:15.920
Jesse Dekrey,
Alister Ratcliff,
Ben Sonntag,
Joey Thompson,
6, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONIN in 24:42.760
Eric Bean,
Dallas Fowler,
Steve Scholzen,
Matt Waite,
7, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA in 24:46.680
Chris Keane,
Alexander Gil,
Shawn Gravois,
Bobby Sweeting,
8, STANFORD UNIVERSITY in 25:04.300
Evan Pickett,
Max Haines-stiles,
Elliot Holland,
Gavin Melly,
9, US NAVAL ACADEMY in 25:14.150
Tomas Simonson,
Andrew Christian,
Kyle Englund-krieger,
Ryan Mcfeely,
10, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA in 25:26.720
Kyle Colavito,
Matthew Jones,
David Glick,
Brian Meyer,
11, INDIANA UNIVERSITY-B in 25:42.710
Isaac Neff,
Ren-jay Shei,
Mike Sherer,
Brett Stewart,
12, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS in 25:54.670
John Hatlelid,
Michael Carey,
Alex Gilliam,
Frank Palmieri,
13, MARIAN COLLEGE in 26:02.490
Jeff Carl,
J. Kilmurray Patrick,
Genugten Bennet Van Der,
Alex Wieseler,
14, MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY in 26:08.310
Collin Davis,
Francis Hamre,
Jason Short,
Kennard Trant,
15, UC BERKELEY in 26:34.300
Rob Dahl,
Lucas Binder,
Max Jenkins,
Tom Reynolds,
16, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY in 26:41.860
Justin Brown,
Alexander Pratt,
Chris Ruhl,
17, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SB in 26:48.090
Nicholas Martinez,
Daniel Katz,
Patrick Healy,
Maksym Fatyga,
18, NORTH CAROLINA STATE in 26:54.380
Matthew Howe,
John Crow,
Shawn Kane,
Charles Pendry,
19, KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY in 27:20.500
Mark Smelser,
Richard Shurtz,
Gerald Hart,
Zach Dubas,
20, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN in 27:45.960
Elliot Holland,
Greg Battista,
Brendan Benson,
Kyle Lake,
21, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND in 29:08.460
Matthew Barston,
Richard Distad,
Allan Wallace,
,

Division II Men’s TTT

1, FURMAN UNIVERSITY in 24:08.32
Todd Mcclure,
Spencer Beamer,
Chris Butler,
Craig Mckinney,
2, COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES in 24:35.83
Christoph Hurley,
Zak Grabowski,
Aaron Heun,
Shaun Higgins,
3, UNIVERSITY OF DENVER in 25:07.09
Ben Quinn,
Taylor Shelden,
Steve Forbes,
Grant Goerzen,
4, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in 25:09.60
Seth Behrends,
Eric Edlund,
Issao Fujiwara Guilherme,
Jason Sears,
5, US AIR FORCE ACADEMY in 25:16.86
Mark Fraser,
Trevor Johnson,
Preston Moon,
Jay Shalekbriski,
6, WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in 25:17.94
Phil Elsasser,
Christopher Parrish,
Patrick Means,
David Fleischhauer,
7, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY in 25:27.20
Ryan Bloom,
Michael Retzlaff,
Toby Weatherall,
Nathan Coleman,
8, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE in 25:36.19
Jon Awerbuch,
Toby Marzot,
Eric Schildge,
Kevin Wolfson,
9, YALE UNIVERSITY in 25:51.44
Geoffrey Calkins,
Craig Luekens,
David Shackelton,
10, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY in 26:30.17
Nicholas Bennette,
Nick Frey,
Austin Roach,
Brian Holmes,
11, UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY in 26:40.76
Alexander Krienke,
Steven Pingree,
Nicholas Shamrell,
Ben Showman,
12, CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY in 26:47.36
Eric Anderson,
Peter Fairbanks,
Alejandro Padilla,
Whitney Stanbrough,
13, DEPAUW UNIVERSITY in 26:47.73
Neal Broshears,
Ben Mccormick,
John Stallings,
Luke Beasley,
14, WHITMAN COLLEGE in 28:12.42
Ben Chaddock,
Colin Gibson,
Zac Strode,
,

Division II women’s TTT

1, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in 29:50.81
Martha Buckley,
Sonya Cates,
Yuri Matsumoto,
Zuzana Trnovcova,
2, WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in 29:58.60
Daisy Phillips,
Kristen Stouder,
Meagan Mcphee,
Tela Crane,
3, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE in 30:45.89
Arielle Filiberti,
Eve Mcneill,
Jen Stebbins,
4, WHITMAN COLLEGE in 30:46.77
Kendi Thomas,
Mia Huth,
Devon Spika,
5, COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES in 31:08.98
Melissa Marts,
Jennifer Teerlink,
Sarah Roberts,
6, COLORADO COLLEGE in 31:18.97
Amy Krull,
Kasey Rumrill,
Kay Sherwood,
7, UNIVERSITY OF DENVER in 32:01.56
Dana Perkins,
Katie Ronsse,
Amy Secor,
8, MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE in 32:56.92
Emma Bast,
Metzi Anderson,
Frances Morrison,
9, UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY in 33:42.86
Kelsey Hassin,
Katrina Kamel,
Courtney Rehwoldt,

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