Competitions

Nationals 2013

After many weeks of intense training and preparation for the 2013 Intercollegiate National Competition at Dartmouth College, BUFSC was excited to finally showcase their hard work.  The team left for Hanover, New Hampshire on Friday, April 12 more than ready to face the fierce competition. Events started early Saturday morning and continued throughout the weekend until Sunday afternoon.  After a couple of days of fantastic skating by the whole team, BU finished with a total of 84 points, taking home the third place trophy.  Delaware took first place with 98 points and Dartmouth came in second with 93 points.  We would like to congratulate all teams and especially thank Dartmouth for hosting!

 

 

 

Nationals 2012

Coming off a 3rd place finish at the 2012 Intercollegiate Team Nationals at Colorado College the Boston University Figure Skating Club is already back in the swing of competition. After a 3rd place finish (just 5 points behind Delaware!) at Liberty University in October, we’re beginning the long preparation for the University of Delaware’s annual competition in March. Check the 2012-2013 results for the Liberty University Intercollegeiate Competition scores. The current Eastern section standings, by our count, are below:

Unofficial Eastern Standings*

PLACE
SCHOOL
TOTAL SECTION POINTS
1
Dartmouth College
5
2
University of Delaware
4
3
Boston University
3
4
Sacred Heart University
1.5
4
New York University
1.5
6
Northeastern University
0
6
Cornell University
0
6
Liberty University
0
6
Towson University
0
6
Duke University
0
6
Penn State
0
6
Fordham University
0
6
Johns Hopkins University
0
6
East Carolina University
0

*All results are computed using our own data and are, therefore, not official

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