All six Denver skiers earn All-American status
Alpine scores 169 points, Nordic puts up 165
Both men’s and women’s Alpine teams open in sixth-place
Alpine cards 159 points, Nordic chalks up 163.3
Pioneers chalk up a total of 329 points
Andy LeRoy enters his 11th season as head alpine coach at the University of Denver, continuing a lifetime on the slopes in his home state. LeRoy led the Pioneers to their 23rd overall NCAA Championship in 2016. He has was named Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association Coach of the Year for alpine in each of his first three seasons at Denver.
During his tenure at DU, the Pioneers have won four NCAA Championships and finished as runner-up once. From 2003-06, LeRoy served as alpine coach for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, where he was named the Rocky Mountain Regional Coach of the Year in 2005 and Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Coach of the Year in 2006.
Before moving to Steamboat to coach at the club level, LeRoy served as an assistant at the University of Colorado from 2001-02, helping the Buffs to a second place finish at the 2001 and third-place finish at the 2002 NCAA National Championships. A former alpine skier at CU, LeRoy was a First Team All-American and individual national champion in the slalom at the 2000 NCAA National Championships and named CU Athlete of the Year that same year.
LeRoy was a member of the U.S. Ski Team from 1993-99 and was on the 1998 U.S. Winter Olympic team that competed in Nagano, Japan. He won the North American Cup Slalom title in 1999. He also holds the British National Slalom Championship from 1997.
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