We are preparing for another great weekend of collegiate skiing with two regions in action. The South Central finished their Spring two weeks ago, and the East finished last weekend; each of these regions is now building their All-Star teams and waiting for the culminating tournament of the Spring season, the 2017 NCWSA All-Stars tournament on May 20-21 at Bullneck Lake in Scott, Arkansas.
This weekend the Midwest wraps up its Spring season with the University of Missouri hosting at Water Mill Lake in Ulman, Missouri. Out West, Western Washington University is hosting at last year’s All-Star tournament location, Borderline Lake in Blaine, Washington.
Good luck and safe travels to all the teams, and don’t forget to tag @thencwsa in your pictures on Twitter and Instagram as we look forward to another amazing weekend of collegiate skiing!
April 29-30, 2017
- Tiger Thawdown
- Water Mill Lake, Ulman, MO
- Hosted by University of Missouri
- 1st Annual Canadian Open
- Borderline Lake, Blaine, Washington
- Hosted by Western Washington University