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Meeting tomorrow

Meeting tomorrow night at 9pm in STO B50. Come out to hear about the team, sponsors, and upcoming events in Boston (think–awesome!).

Bring your medical form and club dues of $85 cash or check to “BU Snowboard Team”

Praying for snow,

Ashley Katie Taylor Warren and Alexa

Email 9/4/09

Sweatshirts Come by the GSU Wed. Sep. 9 between 4pm and 6pm to pick 'em up. You are more than welcome to eat dinner and chill with us too. Bring your student ID.

First Meeting Wed. Sep. 9 at 9pm in CAS STO B50

Deadline for Medforms and Dues Sep 31st ($85 check or cash).

Mark your calendars: Ski and Snowboard Expo Nov 19-21st.

Competitors: Early registration for USASA ends Oct. 31st.

Selling Gear? Shoot us an email and we'll put it on the bottom of the email so members can contact you-- remember, some freshmen don't have anything and you could free up some space in your room.

Upcoming Van classes*

New Drivers (longer class, no foreign licenses, good driving record)- Sept 10 from 4-8, FitRec Conference Room (limit 20). Register:

Old Drivers (15 min, bring license)-

Tues Sept 8 10am-10:30am and 2-2:30pm;

Wed, Sept 9 10-10:30am; 5:45pm [this session in the Conference Room in FitRec, 2nd floor in the offices]

Thurs, Sept 10 10-10:30am and 2-2:30pm.

All classes just show up to RM 222 in FitRec. *Members who are van certified get first dibs on Sunday & weekend trips

Questions, email/talk to us,

Katie Ashley Taylor Warren and Alexa

Check out our BUST Website

First Meeting Update


It was great to see all the returning members out at Splash yesterday. We had a blast chillin and meeting prospective members.

Our first meeting is going to be next Wednesday, September 9, at 9pm in STO B50. We'll be going over all the stuff going on this year,  what you can expect etc. Also, we'll cover all your questions about costs, trips, sponsors, social activities and anything else.

Hope to see you there!

Katie Ashley Warren Taylor Alexa

In case you were wondering…

We'll be at Splash! on Monday, August 31st, @11am-2pm on Nickerson Field.

There is a facebook event if you'd like to RSVP or see who's coming, feel free.

  • First meeting is Wednesday, September 2 9, @9pm in STO B50 (Freshmen, thats in the CAS building on the very east side in the basement)
  • Second meeting is Wednesday, September 16, @9pm in STO B50.

Yeah, that's right, meetings will be every other week in the early part of fall. Oh and, back by popular demand, they've moved to WEDNESDAY. We'll keep you updated through email and this website.

August Update

We're convening next week to discuss this year's plans. We're excited about the upcoming year and we hope you are too! We'll update the webpage soon but until then, we'll be blogging and twittering.

Come to Splash on Aug. 31st from 11am-2pm on Nickerson Field because we miss you.

Katie Ashley Taylor Alexa and Warren



Katie Basse here, writing to you from deep (deeep) within the Colorado Mountains. I'm at Copper Mountain of course at the USASA Nationals Competition. Yesterday was a practice day. All the competitiors in every age group had about an hour to practice their event. The events are Boardercross, Slopestyle, Giant Slalam, Slalam, and Halfpipe.

Here's how the competition works: There are 6 groups of riders that contain different age groups and genders. Every day, a different group has one of the competitions with one day off (6 groups, 5 events, get it?).

I'm in Group 3 which has menehune girls (10-11), breaker girls (12-13), youth women (14-15), junior women (16-17), and women jams (18-22).  I was also in women jams. On the practice day, there was about a half a foot of fresh powder and it was snowing. Figuring out the timing of the jumps was a bit tricky and the boxes were a bit sticky. I got in 3 practice runs during our timeslot. The jumps were bigger than at the slopestyle comps at Okemo but I got used to it.

Today was the competition. There was a little bit of new snow but not too noticable. The trails and terrain parks were freshly groomed with packed powder. It was also sunny and not too cold. I got on the lift around 8:20am and just rocked it. Thankfully there was a mini park, a some big jumps, and a rail park on the way down to the slopestyle course so there was a lot of places to practice when you couldn't get on the course. The first heat had menehune girls, breaker girls, and youth women. The second heat had junior women and women jams. During our practice time from 12:40-1:10pm, I only got in one run but I got the feel of the jumps so I could dial in my speed. Then we started the runs. After the first run I was in 8th. But in the end I got 13th out of 20 competitors. Not too shabby for the BU Snowboard Team's first appearence at Nationals.


Hey BUSTies,

Everyone had a great time at Stratton this past weekend. The US Open was going on. Erica said hey to Shawn White. Katie was jealous. But we also saw Anti Autti rock the slopestyle event. We got some free stuff. But the riding was pretty good. It was a perfect day. Then all of a sudden, there was a flash blizzard of 2inches of powdery snow. We were slowed down a little because all the wax had been scraped off by the ice rocks at Tremblant the week before. But, to no avail, we were just happy to be out in Vermont ripping it up.

Some sweet pics:

we were there

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