In 2007, the Northern Michigan University women's Nordic skiing team swept the podium in both the classic and freestyle races at the NCAA Skiing Championships. It was the first time in history such a feat was accomplished.
Lindsay (Weier) Dehlin, along with teammates Lindsay Williams and Morgan Smyth, swept the podium at the NCAA Championships in both the classic and freestyle races. It marked the first time in NCAA history that any group of women skiers from one school placed in the top three in both events. Dehlin won the 15K classic race and placed third in the 5K freestyle skate, Williams was first in the freestyle race and second in the classic while Smyth was second in the freestyle skate and third in the classic.
Dehlin was inducted into the NMU Sports Hall of Fame this past year while Williams was inducted in 2012.