Results and Reports for May 19-20, 2001


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1st Housatonic Valley Classic - NE
USCF - NCCA National Road Championships

1st Housatonic Valley Classic - NE

Danbury, CT, May 20, 2001

Saturn blitzes with Klasna and Bruckner

By John Alsedek

In a region where 300-year-old towns are the norm, some history was made today as racing cyclists from 18 nations converged on Danbury to compete in the inaugural Housatonic Valley Classic bicycle race. And it was history replete with dramatic undertones: while the Saturn Cycling Team handed out yet another beating to arch-rival Mercury-Viatel, which was still smarting from being passed over for selection to the 2001 Tour de France, the locally-based Wheelworks-Cannondale squad defended Connecticut's cycling honor with a gritty, aggressive performance against the continent's best professional racers.

The day's racing began at 9:00 AM, when the Pro-Am Men's field began a 140-mile odyssey throughout Western Connecticut's Housatonic Valley, heading out of Danbury and into the area's lush green hills. With special sprint bonuses in each of the nine towns the race travelled through, it was almost inevitable that the attacks would start early...and they did, as Chris Peck (Wheelworks/Cannondale) and Victor Taormina (Essex County Velo) attacked just three miles into the race. With Peck doing the lion's share of the work, the duo gained a maximum of 51 seconds before being reeled back in at the 25-mile mark.

However, no sooner were they back in the fold than another Wheelworks-Cannondale man, Peter Davis, took off. Davis spent the next 18 miles alone, taking the town sprints in Mew Milford, Bridgewater, and Brookfield before being caught just before the riders entered Newtown; his solo efforts would be enough to eventually net him the Sprints Jersey. And that's when Mercury-Viatel, eager to avenge a series of losses to Saturn earlier this season, put the hammer down and spearheaded a breakaway of 24 that included no less than six Mercurys.

Yet, despite building a maximum advantage of 1:40, they were never able to drive home their advantage, and it all came back together as the racers began the ascent of Florida Hill Road, the portion of the course generally expected to decide the event. And then it was Saturn's turn.

As the shattered field of racers approached Danbury for the final 40 miles, Saturn's Trent Klasna - current leader of both the U.S. National Racing Calendar series and the Professional Cycling Tour - and Navigator's Chris Baldwin jumped away from the rest in what would prove to be the perfect move. Former teammates on the New Jersey-based Navigators squad, the duo worked flawlessly together, building up a 1:19 gap as they entered town.

That advantage was expected to drop as Mercury-Viatel massed at the front and began to chase, but, after holding even for several laps, the time gap actually began to increase, as Mercury-Viatel wilted visibly under the pressure. In the end, it came down to just Baldwin and Klasna, with Klasna leading out the sprint from the 200 meters-to-go mark and taking it from Baldwin by half a bike-length; Klasna's Canadian teammate Eric Wohlberg iced the cake by soloing away from the chase and taking third. Afterwards, both Klasna and Baldwin were quite obviously satisfied with their results - and with each other: "Chris was fantastic - a rival, sure, but also kind of a teammate out there", said Klasna afterwards.

It was a mark of respect that was returned by Baldwin, who commented that "if you have to lose to someone, Trent's not a bad guy to lose to!" Mercury-Viatel would perhaps disagree; their top finisher was 2000 U.S. Professional Tour series winner Gord Fraser, who could manage no better than tenth. And as for the local boys, not only did Curt Davis win the Sprints Jersey, but Jon Hamblen finished in eighth place, while Jon Page and Justin Spinelli - on loan from the Italian Saeco/Cannondale squad - also finished in the top twenty. It was a result that was well-received by the thousands of spectators along the route.

As the Pro-Am Men were winding their way through the hills of the Housatonic Valley, there were other races going on right in Danbury, as one-hour criteriums (short circuits held on city streets) were conducted for Women and other Men's categories.

In the featured Women's Criterium, the Saturn Cycling Team dominated the proceedings to such an extent that they were able to do exactly what they had set out to do: move Kimberly Bruckner (currently second overall in the National Racing Calendar) closer to taking the lead in that series, and win the race in the process.

The Saturn women rode aggressively, with one rider attacking as soon as another was caught by a field that included current U.S. National Criterium Champion Laura Van Gilder (VeriZon Wireless Cycling Team). The decisive move came about midway through, as a solo move by Saturn's Suzanne Sonye became a duet, as she was joined by teammate Bruckner; they built up a one-minute lead by the finish, where Bruckner rolled across the line just ahead of Sonye.

Afterwards, Bruckner had nothing but praise for the race and the city of Danbury: "The course was good, and the fans were just awesome! I'm just glad that Saturn was able to perform so well in Danbury."

Other events were won by James Joseph (Men's Category 3) and Mike Grabowski (Men's Masters 35+).

Saturn Team Report

By Giana Roberge

Under sunny skies and perfect conditions, citizens from all over the Housatonic Valley were introduced to the spectacle of bike racing today, as the Saturn Team showed them how it was done with victories in the men's and women's events.

Covering 140 miles (215 km) for the men, the race is one of the longest in the country. With plenty of climbing, the first big loop of 150 kilometers was expected to bring the iron men to the front for the remaining 65 kilometers of a criterium like circuit. Throughout the race, there were nine sprints, one in each town of the area, creating the same excitement of the finish in each of the participating communities.

Early aggression from the Mercury Team came to nought, as Saturn's Trent Klasna and Navigator's Chris Baldwin escaped from a group of 13 with 160 km to go. Working together to hold off the chasing Mercury team, Klasna and Baldwin entered the finishing circuits with only a 1'10 gap. There were mumblings in the swelling crowd that with 40 miles still to go, a gap of only 1:10 with the Mercury and 7-UP Team in hot pursuit was a gamble.

Yet as the 14 laps became ten to go, it was clear that the Baldwin-Klasna formula was working. They began to open the gap on the two chasing teams, each lap gaining nearly ten seconds, until at the end they had well over two minutes on what remained of the chasing group. Soon it became clear it would be a sprint between the two toughest men in the race.

In the final 300 meters it was a euphoric Klasna taking the sprint from the front, and a tired but ecstatic Baldwin happy to finish second. Mercury and 7-UP devastated themselves trying to catch the twosome, opening up the opportunity for Saturnís Eric Wohlberg to attack and solo home for the third place finish.

Unlike the brutal Menís race, the women's race was a one-hour criterium around the Danbury Town Center. Saturn attacked from out of the blocks making it clear that they were in Danbury to win. After Kristy Scrymgeour, Suzanne Sonye and Kim Davidge all took their turns off the front, it was an attack from Kimberly Bruckner that finally stuck.

Laura Van Gilder (Talgo America) and Paula MacNamara both tried their hand at chasing the solo rider down, but Brucknerís focus as a time trialer enabled her to continue to open the gap. With 15 minutes to go, teammate Sonye bridged to Bruckner and the twosome stayed away for a one two finish with Bruckner taking top honors over Sonye.


Men - 215 km

1 Trent Klasna (USA) Saturn Cycling Team                5.14.14
2 Chris Baldwin (USA) Navigators Pro Cycling Team
3 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Saturn Cycling Team                  2.06
4 Scottie Weiss (USA) Zaxby's Cycling Team                 2.23
5 Vassili Davidenko (Rus) Navigators Pro Cycling Team
6 Alexandre Lavallee (Can) Kissena Cycling Team            2.38
7 John Lieswyn (USA) 7 UP/Colorado Cyclist
8 Jon Hamblen (USA) Wheelworks-Cannondale
9 Luke Stockwell (Aus) Zaxby's Cycling Team
10 Gord Fraser (Can) Mercury-Viatel
11 Oscar Pineda (Gua) 7 UP/Colorado Cyclist
12 Alex Candelario (USA) Aquafina Cycling Team
13 Tim Johnson (USA) Saturn Cycling Team
14 Brendon Vesty (NZl) Navigators Pro Cycling Team
15 Ernesto Lechuga (USA) DeFeet/LeMond
16 Seamus McGrath (USA) AT&T Broadband                     3.12
17 Jon Page (USA) Wheelworks-Cannondale                    3.22
18 Justin Spinelli (USA) Saeco-Cannondale                  3.49
19 Sergio Rolando (USA) CRCA/Toga Bike Shop                6.02
20 Scott Zwizanski (USA) Bicycle Therapy                   6.34
21 Andrew Crater (USA)                    8.19
22 Michael Sayers (USA) Mercury-Viatel
23 Mike Ley (USA) Zaxby's Cycling Team
24 Tim Unkert (USA) CVC/PigIron Sports
25 Miguel Heredia (USA) CRCA/Toga Bike Shop
26 Joel Chavez (USA) Kissena Cycling Team
27 Charlie Issendorf (USA) G.S. Mengoni USA                8.38
28 K.C. Kopper (USA) AT&T Broadband
29 Chris Eatough (USA) LSV/Trek/Volkswagen
30 Jesse Lawler (USA) Zaxby's Cycling Team                 9.39


1 Kurt Davis (USA) Wheelworks/Cannondale 
2 Trent Klasna (USA) Saturn Cycling Team 


1 Kimberly Bruckner (USA) Saturn Cycling Team             57.31.8
2 Suzanne Sonye (USA) Saturn Cycling Team
3 Rebecca Conzelman (USA)                 0.59
4 Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Ger) Saturn Cycling Team
5 Laura Van Gilder (USA) VeriZon Wireless Cycling Team
6 Kim Davidge (USA) Saturn Cycling Team
7 Sarah Uhl (USA) Trek-CYBC                                1.00
8 Roz Reekie-May (NZl) Pittsburgh Cycling Club
9 Lauren Franges (USA) Tri-State Velo
10 Kathryn Wilder (USA) Evolution Racing
11 Tania Duff-Miller (NZl)                                 1.01
12 Kristy Scrymgeour (Aus) Saturn Cycling Team
13 Laura Kibelsbeck (USA)
14 Jennifer Leonard (USA) Evolution Racing
15 Brooke O'Connor (USA) NEBC/Cycle Loft
16 Heather Albert (USA) 
17 Charmian Breon (USA)                   1.02
18 Andrea Hannos (USA) VeriZon Wireless Cycling Team
19 Rosemary Coleman (USA) 
20 Cindy Bauwens (Bel) VeriZon Wireless Cycling Team
21 Janice Seherbia (USA) HVVC
22 Vickie Huffman (USA) Kissena Cycling Team               1.03
23 Robin Gilmore-Barnes (USA) NEBC/Cycle Loft
24 Elizabeth Begosh (USA) Tri-State Velo
25 Stephanie Hannos (USA) VeriZon Wireless Cycling Team    1.07
26 Kristy Scheffenacker (USA)                              1.17
27 Emily Thorne (USA) Trek-CYBC
28 Caryl Gale (USA)                                        1.18
29 Jody Diemar (USA)                                       1.19
30 Laura Shuford (USA) Trek-CYBC
31 Katrina Davis (USA) Trek-CYBC
32 Kelly Yoder (USA)                      1.23
33 Tina Skelley-Kunstbeck (USA)           1.35
34 Nina Strika (USA)                                       1.36

USCF - NCCA National Road Championships

U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, May 19-20, 2001

Day 1 - May 19: Criteriums - Results
Day 2 - May 20: Road Races - Results
Day 3 - May 21: Team Time Trials - Results

Day 1 - May 19: Criteriums

By Patrice Quintero, USA Cycling

The chilly, wet streets of downtown Colorado Springs couldn't dampen the spirits of the best collegiate road cyclists in the United States. The criterium marked the first day of competition for the 2001 U.S. Cycling Federation's (USCF) National Collegiate Road Cycling Championships, May 19-21.

In the men's Division I race, the riders took off fast from the start, posting lap times of under two minutes and reaching speeds of up to 30 miles per hour on the .9 mile course. After 20 minutes of racing, Dan Holt of Marian College had the lead, as the riders split into two distinct packs with 30 seconds between them. Several riders shared the first place spot until the 25 minute mark when University of California-San Diego's Peter Knudsen and Mark Ernsting of Midwestern State University broke off from the field.

The two helped each other distance themselves from the other riders, increasing their lead to 46 seconds with three laps remaining.

"I didn't know which break would stick, but I knew I had the opportunity to advance and had to go when I did. I'm not a strong sprinter, so I didn't want to finish in a pack sprint. When Peter and I got out there by ourselves, I just wanted to establish a consistent pace," said Ernsting.

Knudsen made an attack off the front with two laps to go, but Ernsting wore him down and pulled even on the last lap. Ernsting pushed on the final lap and Knudsen couldn't follow, giving the Midwestern rider national criterium title.

"He (Knudsen) attacked and I just had to dig in and stay with him. I think I had an advantage over a lot of these guys because I've been staying in Breckenridge (Colo.) for the last two weeks and training up there," said Ernsting.

Knudsen settled for second, while Ernsting's teammates helped the college finish strong for the day. Midwestern scored three finishers in the top 10 -- Ernsting with first, Bruning Rangel took third and Rory McAdams finished 10th.

"The course was fast and (the race) went okay," McAdams added. "The change in the altitude was a little tough, but we just had to cover the front and watch everything go off."

Second place finisher Peter Knudsen said that his team was a long way out and worked together smoothly.

"If I had more oxygen, it would have been better, but it was a tough day," Knudsen said. "I tried to attack at the end but it was a little early, and I have no sprint. The sprint is not for me, so I knew if I could get a good gap and peel off I had a chance, but he's a good rider. This is an individual event and even the best teams only have one strong rider so riding alone wasn't a challenge for me."

The women from Division I and II raced together in the first event of the day, with University of Wyoming's Sarah Konrad popping off the front on the second lap. The women's field separated quickly into two packs, separated by 25 seconds after only 15 minutes. The lead changed several times until Konrad pulled away from the field on her own, distancing herself by as much as 57 seconds with 15 minutes to go. By the time she had one lap to go, Konrad had put one minute and 50 seconds on the field. Konrad took a decisive first place, followed by defending National Criterium Champion Lara Kroepsch of the University of Colorado-Boulder.

Konrad, a graduate student and Division II rider who came to the event as the only female representing Wyoming, said that she's been riding in some USCF National Racing Calendar (NRC) events this year.

"I saw nationals as a really good opportunity for me to get in some good racing before I head to Elite Nationals next weekend," Konrad said. "I never really had a defined plan because I just have to react to what other people do. This was definitely a big change with the rain and big field, but I wanted to wait to break away. There were a couple of attacks early on but nothing too hard. When I went later on, it really wasn't very decisive. I just attacked and took off but when I looked back, no one was there."

Kroepsch had the motivation to catch Konrad, but knew a solo attempt would be useless.

"I really wanted this race bad, but it was a hard day because of the conditions on the roads. When I saw Sarah go I wanted to go with her, but it was a little too late before I realized it and knew it would be really tough to go after her by myself."

The men's Division II race was a close one from start to finish, with one large pack rounding the course together. Aric Hareland from North Dakota Southern University kept up at the front for the majority of the day and gave University of Montana's Mark Legg a run for his money. Also pushing the field were the hometown U.S. Air Force Academy riders, Sam Troge, Brad Ames and Ben Vickers.

After racing for 70 minutes plus five laps, Legg powered himself to the front for the win and the men's DII criterium national title. USAFA riders finished second, fourth and ninth.

Legg, who hails from New Zealand, is nicknamed "Old Man Legg" by his friends because he is a 33-year-old sophomore. He said that he's been racing for 20 years, longer than some of his competitors have been living.

"I felt really good and made sure to cover the moves and pace myself. I wanted to get in a good breakaway because I have good speed in the sprints and it's easier to do that in a small group. I knew that I had to be first going into the last corner so I made my move on the small hill and gave myself a comfortable 15 meter lead for the win," Legg said.

After the soggy beginning to the championship event, riders head out to the USAFA campus Sunday for the road race. Held on a course modeled after the 1986 World Road Cycling Championships, the nine-mile loop will include 950 feet of climbing on each lap. The women will race five laps and the men will complete seven. The women's Division I and II event takes off at 11 a.m., followed by the men's Division II race at 1:45 p.m., and the Division I men at 1:50 p.m

Day 2 - May 20: Road Races

By Patrice Quintero, USA Cycling

The weather improved by leaps and bounds From Saturday's soggy start to the U.S. Cycling Federation's (USCF) Collegiate Road Cycling National Championships. Sunday's road race marked the second day of competition for more than 300 collegiate cyclists.

The Division I and II women's field took off first, with a familiar face at the front. Saturday's criterium winner Sarah Konrad (U. of Wyoming) made her way to the front of the pack quickly, with Carolyn Donnelly (U. of New Mexico) and Karen Bockel (Colorado State University) in tow.

Just two laps into the five-lap, 45-mile race, the trio established a 30 second lead over its closest threats and never looked back. The course, modeled after the 1986 World Road Cycling Championships (950 feet of climbing per lap at altitudes more than 7,000 feet), made tough work for the women, but they staved off any possible attacks and put more than one minute between themselves and the remainder of the field.

In the final lap, Donnelly and Konrad agreed to work together to drop Bockel and share the work on the climbs.

"The three of us traded pulls and that really hurt people," Donnelly added. "Cal-Davis attacked and we attacked. On the first climb of the last lap, I attacked and Sarah went with me. I attacked to drop Karen (Bockel). It was my race to win or lose."

In the end, Konrad and Donnelly crossed the finish line at the same time, raising their clasped hands. Konrad said that the three leaders were a perfect group and worked well together.

"The three of us moved to the front of the pack and pushed the pace from the beginning. I really thought I had a chance to win this thing and felt really confident. Everything went according to script out there today," Konrad said. "Carolyn (Donnelly) and I decided to cross the finish line together because we like each other and helped each other out all day. It was almost like having a teammate out there."

The Division I men started fast, averaging 27 minutes per lap. After a few laps, the pack broke up and University of New Mexico's Gareth Jones took a 30 second lead after the first climb. On the fourth of seven laps, Jones retained the lead with 10 seconds on Jeff Pink of Colorado State University and Jeff Angermann of the University of California-Davis. Pink attacked on the fifth lap and continued to lead until the last lap when the University of California-Los Angeles' (UCLA) Alex Smith pushed himself to the front.

Smith said he wanted to push himself so he didn't have to sprint at the end.

"My strengths are the time trial and climbing, but I'm not a sprinter," Smith said. "I wanted to cross the finish line with no one around me. I thought this was a great course because it suits an aerobic rider."

University of Kansas' Jed Schneider proved to be Smith's most dangerous threat, putting the heat on the UCLA rider in the last climb. Smith, who rode most of the second half of the last lap with a broken spoke in his front rim, punched it hard and took charge over Schneider.

"My wheel blew up with five miles to go, but I couldn't stop for a wheel change. I knew it would have put me out of first place and I'd rather lay it on the line and go for it," Smith said. Schneider pointed to the Colorado altitude as a factor in his second-place finish.

"I thought I really had a chance to win today and it would have been nice to add another championship jersey to go with my cyclo-cross title. I knew that Alex (Smith) had mechanical problems and on the last climb I tried to shorten the gap between us. He took off and is such a strong rider that I couldn't go with him."

Rounding out the top three was Patrick Sullivan of the University of Colorado-Boulder.

The Division II men's race got underway only five minutes after the Division I men left the start line. After two laps, the field broke up, leaving 20 riders at the front. USAFA's Brad Ames made his move on the third lap and kept the lead until the pack reeled him in on the fifth lap. Ames' teammate Sam Troge took the lead on the next lap until Tyler Wren from Princeton and Emory University's Robert Gannini pushed themselves to the front.

Gannini said that he and his only other teammate didn't have a whole lot of strategy, but decided to just sit back and let the bigger teams pull on the leaders.

"We just stuck with the front guys and eventually their lead got smaller," Gannini said. "When I saw Brad (Ames) go off in the middle of the race, we stuck with him and closed the gap. After I knew who the strongest riders were, I figured I should just stay on their wheels."

At the finish, Wren kicked it into high gear and crossed the line first.

"I didn't want to have to be chasing anybody down so when Brad (Ames) took off, Rob (Gannini) and I went to chase him down," Wren said. "We caught him and had about 2 km to go when we were all jockeying for the lead. I really felt confident about the race today. I've never won any race before - I always come in second or third. So to win a national championship feels really good."

Troge and Gannini were attacking to take second. Troge and Gannini collided with one another, sending both crashing to the pavement. The two quickly grabbed their bikes and ran to the finish line. Bloodied and bruised, Troge beat Gannini in the foot race to take second, leaving Gannini with third.

"I felt good and wished that the race hadn't ended in a crash," added Gannini, who was racing in his first event since a bout with Lyme disease. "We were fighting to get to the front on the back flat before the finish and Tyler (Wren) jumped out. I pulled to the left to try to get in his draft and Sam (Troge) came up on my left side and we crashed. I blame the fact I didn't win on that my shoes don't have very good traction. These cleats just aren't made for running."

The three-day championship event wraps up Monday, May 21 with the team time trial. The race runs on a 10.5-mile out-and-back course. The women's Division I and II event takes off at 9 a.m., followed by the men's Division II race at 9:30 a.m. and the men's Division I competition at 10:15 a.m.

Day 3 - May 21: Team Time Trials

By Patrice Quintero, USA Cycling

UC-Davis scores double win, Air Force and Yale triumph

The top collegiate cyclists in the United States completed the final day of the U.S. Cycling Federation (USCF) National Collegiate Road Cycling Championships with the team time trial Monday, May 21.

Division I team University of California-Davis (UC-Davis) dethroned Midwestern State University, taking the men's and women's team time trial national titles. Hometown favorites, the men's U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) team, won the men's Division II team time trial, while the two-woman team from Yale captured the Division II title.

The three-day event, May 19-21, concluded with the team time trial on an out-and-back 10.5-mile course. The race kicked off with the women's Division II teams taking off from the start line at 30-second intervals. Dartmouth was the first team to leave the line, posting an impressive finish time of 30 minutes and 33.57 seconds, but it wasn't enough to beat the tough team from Yale, comprised of Marissa Kellogg and Amanda Lawrence who won by 14.44 seconds.

Kellogg and Lawrence hadn't expected to win. The duo caught a flight back home before the final awards ceremony.

"Amanda (Lawrence) and I are both beginning riders and my lungs were killing me out there today," Kellogg said. "Luckily, the course was flat but the wind was just brutal. We didn't really have a set strategy, but we knew Dartmouth is a good team and they were the team to beat. I think we rode hard and worked together well as a team."

The Division I women had their shot at the cold, windy course with the Midwestern State team attempting to retain their title. The women of UC-Davis would have no such thing, however, and blistered the field, posting a 26 minute and 52.5 second time. The team was comprised of Megan McQuaid and Emily Kachoreck, who finished fifth and sixth respectively in Sunday's road race, as well as Christine Alford and Dawn Ahlgren. University of New Mexico finished second, 30 seconds behind the leaders, followed by last year's champions Midwestern State University.

After taking second place at Saturday's criterium and the road race on Sunday, USAFA's Sam Troge finally got his national title, along with teammates Matthew McCorkle, William Danyluk and Brad Ames. The Falcons dominated their field by one minute and 3.7 seconds over second place Dartmouth.

The UC-Davis men's team had the second to last start time, followed Midwestern State. The Davis Aggies decided to make it a clean sweep however, pushing their limits to take the victory at 23 minutes and 18.5 seconds, just four seconds over University of Colorado-Boulder and four-and-a-half seconds over Midwestern State.

The top U.S. elite riders get their turn at national titles next at the 2001 USCF Elite/Junior National Road Cycling Championships, May 24 and 26 in Redding, Calif. For updates, please visit


Day 1 - May 19: Criteriums

Men division I
1 Mark Ernsting (Midwestern State)                1.20.06
2 Peter Knudsen (UC San Diego)                       0.05
3 Bruning Rangel (Midwestern State)                  0.45
4 Ian Dille (University of Texas)                    0.46
5 Jeff Angermann (University of California-Davis)
6 Jeff Johnston (Texas A&M Cycling)
7 Judd Van Sickle (University of California-Davis)
8 Daniel Larson (University of Florida)              0.47
9 Ryan Mc Dermitt (University of Colorado-Boulder)
10 Bobby Lea (Penn State)
11 Rory Mcadams (Midwestern State)
12 Phil Southerland (University of Georgia)
13 Adam Watts (Fort Lewis College)
14 Bill Mccarrick (University of Virginia)
15 Bill Reid (MarianCollege)
16 Erik Kuhlman (University of Arizona)              0.48
17 Dan Holt (Marian College)
18 Earendel Fingerson (Lindsey Wilson College)
19 Andrew Frey (Miami University)
20 Bill Lockwood (University of Vermont)
21 Ryan Mckinney (William & Mary)
22 Hugh Moran (University of Florida)
23 John Faull (University of Illinois)               0.49
24 Peter Penzell (US Naval Academy)
25 Jason Baer (University of Vermont)
26 Matt Dubberly (UC Santa Barbara)
27 Steven Warden (Cal Poly)
28 Roman Kilun (University of California-Davis)      0.50
29 Trevor Glavin (Cal Poly)
30 John Paul Ballou (Cal Poly)
31 Ben Early (Appalachian State)
32 Todd Bauer (Universityof New Mexico)              0.51
33 Nate Busch (University of Colorado-Boulder)
34 Kevin Schlueter (Arizona State University)
35 Cody Ward (University of Florida)
36 David De Roche (Washington State University)
37 Lance Doherty (UC Berkeley)
38 Chris Tarnowski (University of Georgia)
39 Brad Spears (Lindsey Wilson College)
40 Adam Baskin (UCF Orlando)                         0.52
41 John Phillips (University of Georgia)
42 Drew Illman (Indiana University)
43 Brock Helms (Appalachian State)
44 Peter Brown (UCLA)                                0.53
45 Ben Peters (University of Vermont)
46 Aaron Rich (Purdue University)
47 Nick Skenzick (Oregon State)                      0.54
48 Jonathan Baggett (Georgia Southern University)
49 David Wenger (Miami University)
50 Martin Dare (UC Berkeley)
51 Tony Martin (Marian College)
52 Michael Kehrberg (Indiana University)             0.55
53 Gareth Jones (Universityof New Mexico)
54 Jacob Burns (Penn State)
55 Jason Vandermay (UCF Orlando)                     0.56
56 Jeff Pink (Colorado State)
57 Andy Jacques-Maynes (UC Berkeley)                 1.00
58 Joseph Alachoyan (University of Mass-Amherst)     1.02
59 Evan Ruzanski (Colorado State)                    1.41
Men division II
1 Mark Legg (University Montana)                  1.20.46
2 Sam Troge (US Air Force Academy)                   0.01
3 Gregg Germer (Collin County Community College)
4 Bradley Ames (US Air Force Academy)                0.02
5 Dan Swanson (MSU Cycling)
6 Gen Koaure (San Francisco State Univ)              0.03
7 Michael Voight (Colorado College)
8 Aric Hareland (NDSU)                               0.05
9 Ben Vickers (US Air Force Academy)                 0.06
10 Robert Gannini (Emory University)
11 Robert King (Colorado College)
12 Jeff Dickey (Washington & Lee Univ)
13 Peter Robinson (University of Wyoming)
14 Craig Milliron (Team Army Cycling)                0.07
15 Jeffrey Demarest (US Army)
16 Drew Deters (Emory University)
17 Edward J Brignole (Johns Hopkins University)
18 Andrew Minier (MSU Cycling)                       0.09
19 Marcel Van Garderen (Montana State)
20 John Carr (Vanderbilt University)                 0.12
21 David Allen (Rose-Hulman Cycling)                 0.15
22 Kyle Wamsley (Millersville University)            0.17
23 Kevin Vandock (University of Toledo)              0.27
24 Todd Yezefski (Dartmouth Cycling)                 1.15
25 Benjamin Rabner (Brigham Young University)        1.16
26 Ian Mensher (Wesleyan University College)         4.24
27 Jared Nelson (Brigham Young University)           4.29
28 Brandon Emkes (DePauw University)                 5.44
29 Steven Stringham (Brigham Young University)       5.45
30 Scott Ohlmiller (Rose-Hulman Cycling)             5.46
31 Andrew Hawkes (University of Montana)             5.47
Women division I
1 Lara Kroepsch (University of Colorado-Boulder)  1.02.24
2 Carolyn Donnelly (University of New Mexico)        0.02
3 Kirstin Fisher (Colorado State University)
4 Karen Bockel (Colorado State University)
5 Alice Pennington (Oregon State University)
6 Kate Maher (University of California-Berkel)
7 Heather Thompson (Marian College)                  0.03
8 Ivana Bisaro (Midwestern State University)         0.04
9 Megan Mcquaid (University of California-Davis)
10 Alicia Genest (Boston University)
11 Anna Lang (Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo)
12 Jenn Wangerin (Indiana University)
13 Kathleen Billington (Appalachian State)
14 Emily Kachorek (University of California-Davis)   0.05
15 Clarissa Dirks (University of Washington Huskie)
16 Margaret Shirley (University of Georgia)
17 Joanna Bieri (Northern Arizona University)        0.07
18 Emily Pullen (Georgia State University)
19 Carolyn Eller (Washington State University)
20 Samantha Karn (Indiana University)
21 Marci Titus (University of Wisconsin-Madison)     0.08
22 Emily Babcock (Oregon State University)           0.09
23 Allison Beall (University of Idaho)               0.11
24 Karen Wooten (Texas A&M Cycling)                  1.37
25 Erin Hitchings (Miami University)                 1.38
26 Janine Verstraeten (Marian College)               1.40
Women division II
1 Sarah Konrad (University of Wyoming)            1.00.36
2 Michele Smith (University of Rochester)            1.54
3 Alison Mcnulty (Washington University)
4 Kate Sherwin (Dartmouth College)                   1.55
5 Lauren Gaffney (Vanderbilt University)             1.56
6 Bridget Sullivan-Stevens (Colorado College)        9.44
6 Marissa Kellogg (Yale University)                  9.45
6 Mary Rudy (US Air Force Academy)
9 Amy Wallace (Dartmouth College)                    9.46
9 Melanie Barnes (US Air Force Academy)              9.47
9 Elizabeth Carnington (Colorado College)            9.48
12 Amanda Lawrence (Yale University)                14.34
12 Jennifer Leidel (US Army)                        14.35
12 Leona Kutski (US Army)                           14.36
12 Kimberly Myszkewicz (UW- Whitewater)             14.38
12 Seana Giardini (Rose-Hulman Cycling)             14.39

Day 2 - May 20: Road Races

Men division I
1 Alex Smith (UCLA)                                 2.56.12
2 Jed Schneider (University of Kansas)                 0.09
3 Patrick Sullivan (University of Colorado-Boulder)    0.33
4 Peter Knudsen (UC San Diego)                         1.36
5 Jeff Angermann (University of California-Davis)      2.15
6 Evan Ruzanski (Colorado State University)            2.17
7 Gareth Jones (Universityof New Mexico)               2.22
8 Ian Dille (University of Texas)
9 Jeff Johnston (Texas A&M Cycling)                    2.23
10 Mike Wilk (Fort Lewis College)
11 Hugo Pradoneto (University of Florida)
12 John Van Vranken (University of Vermont)
13 Joseph Karbowski (University of California-Davis)
14 Jacob Loverich (Penn State)
15 Jeff Pink (Colorado State University)
16 Ophir Sefiha (Northern Arizona University)          2.24
17 Eric Walters (Miami University)                     2.25
18 Steven Wheeler (University of Texas)                2.32
19 Mark Ernsting (Midwestern State)                    3.14
20 Andy Jacques-Maynes (UC Berkeley)                   3.34
21 Thomas Danielson (Fort Lewis College)               4.40
22 Tony Martin (Marian College)                        5.12
23 John Phillips (University of Georgia)               5.15
24 Dan Holt (Marian College)                           5.27
25 Barry Wicks (Oregon State)                          5.50
26 Chad Connor (Harvard University)                    9.14
27 Phil Southerland (University of Georgia)            9.29
28 Brock Helms (Appalachian State)                     9.30
29 Jonathan Baggett (Georgia Southern University)      9.31
30 Steve Gergely (West Virginia University)           10.13
31 Judd Van Sickle (University of California-Davis)   11.34
32 Earendel Fingerson (Lindsey Wilson College)        11.35
33 Ryan Bocock (UC Berkeley)
34 Eric Nussbaumer (University of Colorado-Boulder)
35 Dan Heavner (Marian College)                       11.36
36 Nate Busch (University of Colorado-Boulder)        11.37
37 Dana Olson (Penn State)                            11.39
38 Cody Ward (University of Florida)                  11.45
39 Zach Shriver (Fort Lewis College)                  11.58
40 Abe Stroock (Harvard University)                   12.09
41 Trevor Glavin (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)           13.07
42 Cody Peterson (Fort Lewis College)                 14.03
43 Ryan Mcdermott (University of Virginia)            14.06
44 Kevin Schlueter (Arizona State University)         14.15
45 Nat Campbell (Colorado State University)           14.20
46 Ryan Mckinney (William & Mary)                     15.22
47 Garrett Wonders (Ohio State University)            15.36
48 Jeff Austin (Arizona State University)             15.44
49 Elijah Pfister (UCLA)                              15.47
50 Alan Funk (Penn State)                             16.55
51 Erik Kuhlman (University of Arizona)               17.53
52 Matthew Moore (Purdue University)                  17.54
53 Hugh Moran (University of Florida)                 18.08
54 Ian Howells (Colorado State University)            18.26
55 Matt Dubberly (UC Santa Barbara)                   18.27
56 Steve Hadley (Utah State)                          18.29
57 Peter Penzell (US Naval Academy)                   20.39
58 Pat Schmidt (UCLA)                                 21.14
59 Jeremy Breach (University of Washington)           21.50
60 Charles Warner (Indiana University)                25.03
61 Scott Silveira (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)          26.33
62 Chris Flynn (Arizona State University)             26.35
63 Peter Brown (UCLA)                                 28.09
64 Samuel Richardson (Oregon State)                   28.09
65 Alex Ihnen (Indiana University)                    29.10
66 Ryan Gamm (Appalachian State)
67 Daniel Hayes (University of Washington)            29.13
68 Jason Sonneborn (Indiana University)               29.14
69 Adam Baskin (UCF Orlando)                          29.27
70 Mike Landry (University of Texas)                  30.16
71 Marcus Black (Texas A&M Cycling)                   33.17
72 Jason Fryda (U Wisconsin- Madison)                 34.07
73 Devin Grosh (Penn State)                           34.21
74 Kyle Rodemacher (University of Texas)              36.51
75 Danny Kaukola (University of Oklahoma)             37.34
76 Jonathan Sinclair (Texan A&M Cycling)              39.35
77 Brian Shelton (Lindsey Wilson College)             40.11
78 Jason Vandermay (UCF Orlando)                      40.12
79 David Wooten (Texas A&M Cycling)                   45.17
80 Nick Skenzick (Oregon State)                       53.10
81 Damian Schmitt (Oregon State)                      53.11
Men division II
1 Tyler Wren (Princeton University)                 3.03.48
2 Sam Troge (US Air Force Academy)                     0.36
3 Robert Gannini (Emory University)                    0.37
4 Kyle Wamsley (Millersville University)               2.22
5 Aric Hareland (NDSU)                                 2.33
6 Robert King (Colorado College)                       2.37
7 Matthew Mccorkle (US Air Force Academy)              2.42
8 Bradley Ames (US Air Force Academy)                  5.40
9 Todd Yezefski (Dartmouth College)                    5.43
10 Jeff Dickey (Washington & Lee Univ)
11 Drew Deters (Emory University)                      5.45
12 Gen Kogure (San Francisco State Univ)               9.53
13 Ian Mensher (Wesleyan University College)           9.54
14 James Mathews (Dartmouth College)                  10.04
15 Craig Milliron (US Army)
16 Gordin Schwanke (University of Montana)            10.05
17 Andrew Minier (MSU Cycling)                        10.06
18 Benjamin Rabner (Brigham Young University)         10.21
19 Ken Muszkewicz (UW Whitewater)                     11.13
20 Peter Robinson (University of Wyoming)             12.36
21 Edward J Brignole (Johns Hopkins University)       17.36
22 Jeffrey Demarest (US Army)                         20.27
23 Andrew Hawkes (University of Montana)              23.32
24 Andrew Farina (US Army)                            23.42
25 Marcel Van Gandeven (Montana State)                25.26
26 Zach Boardman (DePauw University)                  26.14
26 John Carr (Vanderbilt University)
28 Evan Carver (Carleton College)                     26.17
29 Brian Mccullum (UW Whitewater)                     28.22
30 Brandon Emkes (DePauw University)                  28.50
31 Patrick Zahn (Princeton University)                29.29
32 Will Myers (Carleton College)                      30.54
33 John Hart (UW Whitewater)
34 Stefan Milkowski (Carleton College)                33.41
35 Scott Ohlmiller (Rose-Hulman Cycling)              33.52
36 David Allen (Rose-Hulman Cycling)
37 William Gowin (Washington University)
38 Daniel Mendoza (DePauw University)                 35.19
39 Vinny Basavaraja (Rose-Hulman Cycling)             36.43
40 Tim Serback (DePauw University)                    38.32
41 Max Oidtmann (Carleton College)                    38.59
42 Daniel Yousey (US Air Force Academy)               45.11
Women division I
1 Carolyn Donnelly (University of New Mexico)       2.17.12
2 Karen Bockel (Colorado State University)             2.22
3 Alice Pennington (Oregon State)                      6.06
4 Lara Kroepsch (University of Colorado-Boulder)
5 Megan Mcquaid (University of California-Davis)       6.07
6 Emily Kachorek (University of California-Davis)      8.15
7 Kate Maher (University of California-Berkel)         9.24
8 Marci Titus (University of Wisconsin-Madison)        9.25
9 Ivana Bisaro (Midwestern State)
10 Courtney Bollman (Miami University)
11 Margaret Shirley (University of Georgia)
12 Alicia Hamilton (University of Michigan)            9.27
13 Ivana Miucic (Midwestern State)                     9.29
14 Kirstin Fisher (Colorado State University)         12.37
15 Anya Hinkle (University of California-Berkel)      13.34
16 Jamie Busch (University of Colorado-Boulder)       14.24
17 Susanne Lodico (University of Colorado-Boulder)    14.25
18 Nichole Marcillac (Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo)       15.59
19 Aimee Bernier-Jones (University of New Mexico)     17.11
20 Megan Monroe (University of Wisconsin-Madison)     17.15
21 Dawn Ahlgren (University of California-Davis)      18.07
22 Joanna Bieri (Northern Arizona University)         18.08
23 Katherine King (University of Colorado-Boulder)    18.09
24 Jennifer Lee (Colorado State University)
25 Allison Beall (University of Idaho)                18.17
26 Samantha Karn (Indiana University)                 18.48
27 Christine Alford (University of California-Davis   18.49
28 Kathleen Billington (Appalachian State)            20.11
29 Alicia Genest (Boston University)                  20.14
30 Janna Jackson (Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo)           20.24
31 Teri Strayer (Penn State)                          21.05
32 Jenn Wangerin (Indiana University)                 21.28
33 Kathleen Putnam (Harvard University)               21.56
34 Kristen Johnson (Fort Lewis College)               22.30
35 Ann Tarantino (Penn State)                         22.31
36 Tamara Metz (Harvard University)                   22.35
37 Leah Hoyer (UCLA)                                  24.12
38 Mandi Hall (University of Florida)                 26.50
39 Meghan Morse (Boston University)                   27.38
40 Alexis Cirilli (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
41 Linda Karlin (University of California-Berkel)
42 Jessie Peil (William & Mary)
43 Caroline Labarre (University of Arizona)           29.18
44 Audrey Maher (University of California-Berkel)
45 Randi Ritter (Indiana University)
46 Kelly Rooney (University of Florida)               31.28
47 Tarrah Macbeth (Lindsey Wilson College)
48 Charlotte Berkes (University of Washington)
49 Emily Babcock (Oregon State)
50 Karen Wooten (Texas A&M Cycling)                   35.08
51 Melissa Koski (Lindsey Wilson College)             36.55
52 Jennifer Mccollough (US Naval Academy)             40.17
53 Emily Pullen (Georgia State University)            41.28
53 Carolyn Eller (Washington State University)
55 Bree Ettinger (University of Georgia)              43.02
56 Brooke Cody (Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo)             45.38
57 Amy Foster (Lindsey Wilson College)                47.10
58 Amy Chiuchiolo (William & Mary)                    50.16
59 Jeni Huff (Lindsey Wilson College)                 52.28
60 Julia Oh (Harvard University)                      53.05
61 Shelley Bower (Fort Lewis College)
62 Erin Hitchings (Miami University)                  54.18
63 Nicole Gardner (University of Idaho)               54.53
64 Reann Mommsen (US Naval Academy)
65 Sarah Rice (US Naval Academy)                      55.55
66 Sally Harmon (Miani University)
67 Amanda Moore (Boston University)
68 Krista Friedman (Texas A&M Cycling)                58.57
69 Melanie Hamon (UCLA)
70 Erika Gubrum (University of Florida)
71 Germaine Dougherty (Texas A&M Cycling)
72 Shonda Smith (Texas A&M Cycling)                 1.07.55
Women division II
1 Sarah Konrad (University of Wyoming)              2.17.12
2 Kate Sherwin (Dartmouth College)                     9.24
3 Alison Mcnulty (Washington University)               9.25
4 Mary Rudy (US Air Force Academy)                    18.56
5 Amanda Lawrence (Yale University)                   20.53
6 Bridget Sullivan-Stevens (Colorado College)         21.08
7 Marissa Kellogg (Yale University)                   23.01
8 Elizabeth Carnington (Colorado College)             25.04
9 Leona Kutski (US Army)                              33.05
10 Amy Wallace (Dartmouth College)                    37.58
11 Kristi Kelwaski (DePauw University)                53.05
12 Melanie Barnes (US Air Force Academy)              54.53
13 Jennifer Stoltenberg (US Air Force Academy)
14 Alison Miller (DePauw University)
15 Jennifer Leidel (US Army)                          55.55
16 Seana Giardini (Rose-Hulman Cycling)               59.28
17 Kimberly Myszkewicz (UW- Whitewater)             1.03.20

Day 3 - May 21: Team Time Trials

Men division I
1 University of California-Davis                                        23.18
(Roman Kilun, Joseph Karbowski, Jeff Angermann, Matt Morenzoni)
2 University of Colorado-Boulder                                         0.14
(Eric Nussbaumer, Ryan Mc Dermitt, Nate Busch, Patrick Sullivan)
3 Midwestern State
(Bruning Rangel, Josh Holder, Mark Ernsting, Rory Mcadams)
4 Fort Lewis College                                                     0.27
(Adam Watts, Mike Wilk, Cody Peterson, Zach Shriver)
5 Universityof New Mexico                                                0.37
(Gareth Jones, Andrew Lynch, Michael Pease, Todd Bauer)
6 Penn State                                                             0.54
(Jacob Loverich, Ben Haldeman, Dana Olson, Bobby Lea)
7 Miami University
(Andrew Frey, Karl Stover, Eric Walters, David Wenger)
8 UC Berkeley                                                            1.02
(Ryan Bocock, Lance Doherty, Andy Jacques-Maynes, Robert Marx)
9 Marian College                                                         1.07
(Dan Holt, Tony Martin, Joe Mcdonald, Bill Reid)
10 University of Vermont                                                 1.19
(Jason Baer, John Van Vranken, Bill Lockwood, Ben Peters)
11 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo                                              1.30
(Steve Hollenbeak, Trevor Glavin, Steven Warden, Zach Raby)
12 Colorado State University                                             1.36
(Nat Campbell, Ian Howells, Jeff Pink, Evan Ruzanski)
13 University of Florida                                                 1.45
(Hugo Pradoneto, Cody Ward, Hugh Moran, Andy Hemmings)
14 Indiana University                                                    1.48
(Todd Cornelius, Charles Warner, Michael Kehrberg, Alex Ihnen)
15 University of Virginia
(Bill Mccarrick, Adam Kesselmen, Andy Kinley, Robin Lollar)
16 Harvard University                                                    1.51
(Abe Stroock, Chad Connor, Jacob Proctor, Peter Everett)
17 Arizonia State University                                             1.52
(Joshua Ryan, Kris Heap, Jeff Austin, David Julian)
18 UCLA                                                                  2.10
(Alex Smith, Pat Schmidt, Peter Brown, Elijah Pfister)
19 Lindsey Wilson College                                                2.34
(Austin Hicks, Brad Spears, Ford Waterstrat, Colby Uhl)
20 University of Georgia                                                 2.42
(Chris Tarnowski, John Phillips, Phil Southerland)
21 Appalachian State                                                     3.00
(Kelsey Oliver, Ben Early, Brock Helms, Ryan Gamm)
22 U Wisconsin- Madison                                                  3.31
(Jordan Roessingh, Jason Fryda, Eric Degolier)
23 Texas A&M Cycling                                                     3.46
(William Allen, Jeff Johnston, Jonathan Sinclair, Marcus Black)
24 University of Texas                                                   4.19
(Steven Wheeler, Chris Allen, Ian Dille, Kyle Rodemacher)
25 University of Kansas                                                  4.56
(Adam Mills, Jed Schneider, Ben Coles, Ryan Lash)
26 University of Washington                                              5.50
(Jim Berres, Daniel Hayes, Jeremy Breach)
DNS Oregon State
Men division II
1 US Air Force Academy                                                  24.36
(Matthew Mccorkle, Sam Troge, William Danyluk, Bradley Ames)
2 Dartmouth College                                                      1.04
(Tom Temple, James Mathews, Todd Yezefski)
3 NDSU                                                                   1.30
(Kent Throlson, Matt Abel, Aric Hareland, Greg Rohde
4 Montana State                                                          2.15
(Marcel Van Gandeven, Andrew Minier, Dan Swanson)
5 University of Montana                                                  2.16
(Mark Legg, Andrew Hawkes, Gordin Schwanke
6 US Army                                                                2.39
(Jeffrey Demarest, Andrew Farina, Craig Milliron, Brad Gates)
7 DePauw University                                                      2.51
(Zach Boardman, Daniel Mendoza, Brandon Emkes, Tim Serback)
8 Rose-Hulman                                                            3.51
(David Allen, Anthony Mock, Vinny Basavaraja, Scott Ohlmiller)
9 UW Whitewater                                                          8.17
(Brian Mccullum, Ken Muszkewicz, John Hart)
Women division I
1 University of California-Davis                                        26.52
(Christine Alford, Emily Kachorek, Dawn Ahlgren, Megan Mcquaid)
2 University of New Mexico                                               0.30
(Paula Higgins, Carolyn Donnelly, Aimee Bernier-Jones, Ivana Miucic)
3 Midwestern State                                                       0.49
(Ivana Miucic, Ivana Bisaro)
4 University of Colorado-Boulder                                         1.28
(Megan Melamad, Lara Kroepsch, Jamie Busch, Katherine King)
5 Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo                                               2.03
(Janna Jackson, Tiffany Allmandinger, Anna Lang, Lori Alvarez)
6 Colorado State University                                              2.05
(Karen Bockel, Kirstin Fisher, Jennifer Lee, Kate Vanvalkenburg)
7 University of California-Berkeley                                      2.48
(Audrey Maher, Anya Hinkle, Linda Karlin, Kate Maher)
8 Marian College                                                         2.49
(Abby Brearton, Chrissy Leonard, Heather Thompson, Janine Verstraeten)
9 Indiana University                                                     2.59
(Randi Ritter, Samantha Karn, Jenn Wangerin)
10 Miami University
(Courtney Bollman, Sally Harmon, Erin Hitchings, Katherine Kakis)
11 University of Georgia                                                 3.45
(Bree Ettinger, Margaret Shirley)
12 University of Washington                                              3.58
(Charlotte Berkes, Clarissa Dirks)
13 Penn State                                                            4.15
(Ann Tarantino, Melinda Johnston, Teri Strayer)
14 Texas A&M Cycling                                                     4.37
(Krista Friedman, Shonda Smith, Karen Wooten, Kathleen Putnam)
15 Harvard University                                                    4.57
(Kathleen Putnam, Julia Oh, Tamara Metz)
16 Lindsey Wilson College                                                4.58
(Tarrah Macbeth, Jeni Huff, Mandi Hall, Kelly Rooney)
17 University of Florida                                                 4.59
(Erika Gubrum, Dina Richman, Marci Titus, Alexis Cirilli)
18 University of Wisconsin-Madison                                       5.04
(Marci Titus, Alexis Cirilli, Megan Monroe)
19 Fort Lewis College                                                    5.14
(Kristen Johnson, Shelley Bower)
20 US Naval Academy                                                      5.24
(Reann Mommsen, Sarah Rice, Jennifer Mccollough)
DNS William & Mary
DNS Oregon State
Women division II
1 Yale University                                                       19.13
(Marissa Kellogg, Amanda Lawrence)
2 Dartmouth College                                                      0.14
(Amy Wallace, Kate Sherwin)
3 DePauw University                                                      2.35
(Kristi Kelwaski, Alison Miller)
4 US Army                                                                2.44
(Jennifer Leidel, Leona Kutski)
5 US Air Force Academy                                                   3.50
(Jennifer Stoltenberg, Melanie Barnes)