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
Joonas Rasanen earned his third slalom victory of the season and Lobo men place four in the top 10
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): Earned All-Academic Ski Team honors from the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association and Lobo Scholar-Athlete honors...had four top-20 finishes for the Lobos...finished 14th in the giant slalom at the RMISA Alpine Qualifier #1 on Jan. 6...finished 20th in the giant slalom at the CU Invitational/Spencer Nelson Memorial...took 12th place in the slalom at the Seawolf Invitational on Feb. 11...finished 19th at the NCAA Qualifer on Feb. 22 in the slalom.
Prior to UNM: Graduated from Boulder High School in 2009...earned four academic letters in high school...started racing for the Winter Park Ski Team when he was 10 years old...trained with the Eldora Ski Team all through high school and spent his weekends skiing at Winter Park...attended CU Boulder last fall...was coached by Ian Dunlop the last two years and was top-ten overall in the Surefoot Ski Cup standings.
Personal: Born in Boulder, Colo...son of Glenn and Maggi Horner...has one younger sister, Megan...hobbies include mountain biking, climbing mountains, slacklining and golfing...favorite athlete is Lance Armstrong...favorite food is hot wings...favorite movie is The Pursuit of Happiness...plans to study exercise science and aspires to become a physical therapist.