The 2012-13 campaign was one of ups and downs for Landstedt and the Lobos, capped by a sixth-place finish at the NCAAs
Resaland earned his second All-America honor as he finished sixth in the 20K freestyle race on Saturday
Rasanen becomes the 26th individual national champion in UNM's history (all sports)
Chris Acosta leads UNM with a fourth-place finish in the giant slalom and earns his fifth All-America honor
Acosta and Robnik earn Skiers of the Week while six Lobos earn All-RMISA accolades
Joonas Rasanen won the men's slalom on Friday at the 2013 NCAA Skiing Championships. Photo credits go to Cory Ransom
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 (2012): Was a consistent competitor for UNM, recording one top-20 finish and six top-10 finishes...placed 12th in the giant slalom and eighth in the slalom at the CU Invitational/Spencer Nelson Memorial on Jan. 7 and Jan. 11...finished 10th in the slalom at the University of Denver Invitational on Feb. 15...took seventh in the slalom at the Alaska Anchorage Invitational on Feb. 10...led UNM with a third-place finish in the slalom at the Seawolf Invitational on Feb. 11...placed fourth in the slalom and 21st in the giant slalom at the NCAA Qualifier on Feb. 22 and 23...placed seventh in the slalom at the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional on Feb. 24.
Prior to UNM: Graduated from Nilsian Lukio (Nilsian High School) in 2009.
Personal: Born in Kauniainen, Finland....son of Jaana and Markku Rasanen...has two siblings, Jeppe and Pia...lists Kenny Powers as his favorite athlete and Old School as his favorite movie...hobbies include tennis, golf and chillaxin'.