Smart takes Female Alpine Athlete of the Year
All six Denver skiers earn All-American status
Pioneers Card Three More All-Americans
Denver will take to Steamboat Springs for the title
Denver leads the conference in honorees
- NCAA All-Academic
- Earned one first-team All-American honors at the NCAA Championships with a third place finish in the Classic and a second-team All-American honors for a seventh place finish in the Freestyle race
- One of 12 skiers to compete at the 2017 NCAA Championships in New Hampshire
- Had a dominant season, finishing in the top-5 in all races he started during the 2017 season
- Was named to the RMISA first All-Conference team
- Won at the Alaska Invitational the 10k Classic and at the Seawolf Invitational the Freestyle sprint
- Additionally made the podium at the Alaska Invitational, coming in 2nd in the 20k Freestyle race
- Helped Denver 1 in the Mixed 4*5k relay to race to 3rd place
- Finished fifth in the 10k Freestyle and ninth in the 20k Classic race at the Montana State Invitational
- One of 12 DU skiers to compete at the 2016 NCAA Championships in Steamboat Springs
- Earned All-American honors at the NCAA Championships; 10th overall in the men's classical race and 17th overall in the men's freestyle race
- Helped Denver win their 23rd National Championship
- Finished 11th overall in the classical race and fifth overall in the freestyle race at the Utah Invitational
- Seventh and 15th place finishes in the classical/freestyle races at the New Mexico Invitational
- Competed as a freshman at the NCAA Championships in the 10K freestyle and 20K classical, posting 39th and 30th place results respectively.
- Took third place in 10K freestyle and fifth place in 20K men's classical at RMISA Championships.
- 12th place finishes in both the 10K freestyle and 7.5K classical at Seawolf Invitational.
- Finished 15th in 10K classical at New Mexico Invitational.
- Began collegiate career with a 13th place finish in the 20K classical and 20th place showing in the 10K freestyle at the CU Invitational.
- Competed at Wang Toppidrett High School in Norway.
- Graduated from high school in 2012.
- Born June 14, 1993 in Oslo, Norway
- Son of Frode and Elisabeth Trolleboe
- Has three older siblings, Jan Gunnar, Anne Kristine and Inger Helene.
- Chose to attend the University of Denver for their academic excellence and strong skiing tradition.
- Goals include having academic success and becoming a world cup skier.
- Enjoys cycling, soccer, alpine skiing and hanging out with friends.