Nicole Schneider
Nicole Schneider
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Plymouth, Minn.
High School: Wayzata


Cross Country - Did not compete. Named to the GLIAC All-Academic Excellence Team.

Nordic Skiing - Advanced to the NCAA National Championships where she finished 20th in the 5K classic and 24th in the 15K freestyle race. At the Central Region Championships, Schneider finished seventh in the 15K freestyle race with a time of 44:39.60. Competed at the CCSA Championships, taking the crown in the 15K freestyle race and finishing second in the 5K classic race. Also competing at the U.S. Cross Country Skiing Championships, had a top performance of 14th in the classic sprints to help earn a bid to the U-23 World Championships in Switzerland.


Cross Country - Raced to a third-place finish at the U.P. Championships on Oct. 14, posting a time of 23:18.5. Named to the GLIAC All-Academic Excellence Team.

Nordic Skiing - Finished top three at both CCSA Distance Championships and NCAA Qualifier races. Took first place at Birkie Trailhead 15K freestyle mass start and second at Super Tour 20K classic. Qulified for NCAA National Championships where she finished 12th in 5K classic and 15K freestyle mass start. Named women's athlete of the year by CCSA.


Cross Country - Did not compete

Nordic Skiing - Finished sixth in the freestyle sprint's junior division (4:09.11) and fourth in the 5K freestyle junior division (15:26.2) at the U.S. Skiing Championships. Placed in the top 10 in four-straight events at the Telemark Chase and CCSA Invitational. Tied Vivian Hett for first in the 10K mass start at the CCSA Championship, posting a time of 26:02.7. Represented the U.S. at the World Junior Championships in Rasnov, Romania Feb. 18-29. Named to the all-CCSA first team. Earned the team's Newcomer of the Year award.


Before NMU: Competed for Loppet Nordic Racing, earning a club team national championship.

Personal: Daughter of John and Jackie Schneider. Majoring in Business. Born on August 23, 1997.