1969 NCAA Skiing Championships
The 1969 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at Mount Werner ski area near Steamboat Springs, Colorado at the 16th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of men's collegiate alpine, cross country skiing, and ski jumping in the United States.
|Location||Steamboat Springs, Colorado|
|Dates||March 27–29, 1969|
Howelsen Hill (jumping)
|4 (7 titles)|
|Champions||Denver (12th title)|
|2nd runners-up||Fort Lewis|
Denver, coached by Willy Schaeffler, captured their twelfth national championship and eighth in nine years (the Pioneers' previous streak of seven consecutive titles was interrupted by Wyoming in 1968). Denver finished 16.6 points ahead of runners-up Dartmouth in the team standings.
This year's championships were held March 27–29 in Colorado at Mount Werner ski area in Steamboat Springs, with the jumping event at Howelsen Hill. The previous year's championships were held at the same sites.
Mount Werner was sold later this year and rebranded as "Steamboat" in 1970.
Four events were held, which yielded seven individual titles.
- Thursday: Slalom
- Friday: Downhill, Cross Country
- Saturday: Jumping
|Cross Country||Clark Matis (2)||Colorado||52:22|
- "NCAA Skiing Championships Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved January 12, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- "Skiing: NCAA Championships". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). March 31, 1969. p. 4B.
- "Colorado claims two ski firsts". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). Associated Press. March 30, 1969. p. 2, sports.
- "Steamboat again hosts NCAA Ski Champs". Steamboat Pilot. (Steamboat Springs, Colorado). March 27, 1969. p. 1.