Taeler  McCrerey
Taeler McCrerey


Frisco, Colorado

High School:
Summit High School





Pioneers Secure 24th National Title

All six Denver skiers earn All-American status


Denver Moves Into Second Through Day Two of NCAA Championships

Pioneers Card Three More All-Americans


Pioneers on the Quest for 24th National Championship

Denver will take to Steamboat Springs for the title


NCAA Announces 2018 Championship Selections

12 Pioneers will compete in the NCAA Championships


DU Dominates in Final Day of RMISA Championships

Pioneers Secure First RMISA Championship Since 2007


  • One of 12 skiers to compete at the NCAA Championships in Steamboat Springs
  • Never finished outside out of the top 10 in the freestyle 
  • Took second in the freestyle at the DU Invitational
  • Best finish in the classical was 10th at Denver for a season-best
  • Skied for eighth in the freestyle in Montana State and sixth at Utah
  • In New Mexico, took fourth in the freestyle
  • Earned ninth in the freestyle at the RMISA Championships


  • One of 12 skiers to compete at the NCAA Championships in New Hampshire
  • Was named to the US World Junior Cross Country Team and competed for the US at the World Junior Championships
  • Made the 2nd RMISA All-Conference Team
  • Recorded her best finish of the 2017 season when she won the 15k Freestyle event at the RMISA Championships and additionally came in 11th in the 5k Classic race
  • Never finished worse than 16th all season
  • Took a 10th place in the 5k Classic race and a 11th place in the 15k Freestyle at the Alaska Invitational
  • Earned a 5th place in the 10k Freestyle and a 16th place in the Classic sprint at the Utah Invitational
  • Finished fourth in the 15k Classical and ninth in the 5k Freestyle 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; finished seventh overall in the women's freestyle race and 12th overall in the women's classical race
  • Helped Denver win their 23rd National Championship
  • Finished 14th and 11th overall in the classic/freestyle races at the Montana State Invitational
  • Earned a 12th place finish in the classical race and 11th overall in the freestyle race at the CU Invitational
  • Finished fifth in the freestyle race and seventh in the classical race at the New Mexico Invitational
  • Placed 14th and 17th overall in the women's freestyle/classical races at the RMISA Championships
Before Denver:
  • 2015 Junior Nationals All-American (Rocky Mountain Nordic Division)
  • Fourth place finish in the 5K skate, seventh place finish in the sprint races, sixth place finish in the 10K classic, second place finish in the team relay at the 2015 Junior Nationals
  • 2014 Nordic Skiing State Champion at Summit High School
  • 2015 Summit High School Athlete of the Year for Summit Nordic Ski Club
  • Played varsity soccer for two years at Summit High School
  • Finished second place overall at the 2013 Mountain Bike State Championship
  • Born May 26, 1997 in Vail, Colorado
  • Daughter of Daniel and Roberta McCrerey
  • Has one brother, Tucker (22)
  • Chose Denver because of the challenging academics and the ski team
  • Also recruited by the University of Anchorage Alaska, University of New Hampshire and University of Vermont
  • Career goals include becoming a nurse
  • Enjoys hiking, biking, water skiing and camping
  • Member of the Silver Honor Roll for all four years of high school
  • Majoring in Integrative Sciences



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