at Freestyle (5/10K-Individual Start)
at Giant Slalom
at Classicial (15/20K-Mass Start)
The 2012-13 campaign was one of ups and downs for Landstedt and the Lobos, capped by a sixth-place finish at the NCAAs
Senior Chris Acosta finished second on the men's side and sophomore Mateja Robnik claimed third on the women's side to move UNM up one place in the final day of competition
For the second year in a row, Chris Acosta is an RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regionals champ
The Lobos are looking for all individuals to step up in postseason competition
UNM men place four in the top 11 to sweep the meet
The Lobos welcomed schools to their home turf in Red River, N.M. The meet was the only home event of the season for UNM
Freshman (2013): Placed in the top 10 seven times in her freshman campaign...claimed a career-high fourth place in her second RMISA meet (GS) at CU/Spencer Nelson Invite on Jan. 8...was a solid performer for the Alpine team early in the RMISA season as she placed in the top 10 five times in the opening week of RMISA action...finished second overall in RMISA MVP points with 400 total (CU's Thea Grosvold finished first with 408 points).
Prior to UNM: A 2012 graduate of Mead High School in Spokane, Wash.,...trained at Schweitzer Alpine Racing School (SARS) in Sandpoint, Idaho for 12 years under coach Jamie Landwehr...took courses through Spokane Falls Community College while still in high school.
Personal: Born Aug. 2, 1993 to Michael Altringer and Tracy Altringer in Spokane, Wash.,...has an older sister, Nicolle...hobbies include skiing, water skiing, biking, Crossfit, hiking, spending time at the lake and cooking and baking...favorite athlete is Jule Foucher...favorite food is steak and potatoes...favorite movie is Forrest Gump...majoring in business.