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Linn Ljungemo
Linn Ljungemo
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kopparbergs Laen, Sweden
High School: Tarnaby Alpine

2018: 
Three-time USCSA All-American ... USCSA Second Team Scholar All-American ... ECSC All-MacConnell Division ... Finished ninth overall at USCSA National Championships after finishing 10th in slalom (1:50.76) and 12th in giant slalom (2:22.02) ... Six podium finishes, including first five races of season ... Won giant slalom at Whiteface Mountain Jan. 28 (2:14.66) ... Tied for first in giant slalom at West Mountain Feb. 4 (2:10.72) ... Started out season with second place finish in giant slalom at Okemo Mountain (2:14.91). 

2017: 
Team MVP ... Castleton Female Coaches Award recipient ... Three-time USCSA All-American after finishing 13th in slalom, 13th in giant slalom, and ninth in combined standings at National Championships ... USCSA Second Team Scholar All-American ... Finished in top five eight times, including five podium (top three) finishes ... Won giant slalom at Okemo Mountain (1/13) ... Finished second in slalom at Crotched Mountain (2/4) and in slalom at Blackwater Ski Area (2/12) ... During Eastern Regional Championships, led Spartans to national championship qualification by finishing third in giant slalom (2/18) and fourth in giant slalom (2/19) at West Mountain ... Also finished third in giant slalom during regular season at West Mountain (1/21).

2016: 
Became the first women’s skier to be a two-time All-America selection in USCSA National Championships … Named All-America after finishing 12th overall in the combined standings at National Championships  … Placed 12th in the slalom to earn USCSA All-America honors ... Placed 19th in the GS at National Championships … Earned USCSA Scholar All-America honors … Finished second overall in the combined standings at Regionals … Qualified for the NCAA Regionals at Middlebury … Placed second in the slalom at Regionals … Helped Castleton clinch first-ever USCSA Eastern Regional Championship ... Earned ECSC All-MacConnell Division honors with a seventh-place finish in the combined standings … Posted a pair of fourth-place finishes on West Mountain (1/23, 2/14) … Placed either first or second on the team seven times during the regular season.