Utah’s Miles Havlick named 2022 RMISA Nordic Coach of the Year

SALT LAKE CITY — For the second-straight season, the University of Utah’s Miles Havlick was named the RMISA Nordic Coach of the Year.

Under coach Havlick, the Utes are Coming off of the program’s third straight NCAA title and fourth in the last five completed NCAA Championships. Alongside the alpine crew, Utah absolutely dominated the competition, claiming the National title with an insurmountable 578 points, 66.5 points ahead of second place.

Throughout the season, the Utes took first place in all but one RMISA regular season meet, before finishing atop the pack at the RMISA and NCAA Championships. The Utes won both the overall Nordic and women’s Nordic RMISA regular season championships, tallying a near-200-point cushion in both standings. In the RMISA men’s Nordic standings, Utah was second. The team’s 33 Nordic podiums were the most in the RMISA and 20 more than the next-closest program and included four women’s sweeps.

At the NCAA Championships, Havlicks coaching paid off as Novie McCabe was crowned an individual national champion in the women’s 5K classic while Sophia Laukli finished first in the women’s 15K freestyle. Overall, Utah turned in seven Nordic All-America performances, more than any other team.

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