Come Shred With Us
No tryouts and no experience necessary! We compete in three events: Slalom, Giant Slalom, and Freestyle.
We are affiliated the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboad Association (USCSA) in the Ohio Division
of the Midwest region. We schedule 4 race weekends in Ohio and attend Midwest regional championship and
National Championship. For more information about racing competitions, please check out our racing page.
Don't have gear? We've got you covered. Forget renting at the mountain, beacuse our friends over at Aspen
Ski and Board Co. have some of the best deals for new skis and snowboards as well as season-long rentals.
We also have some amazing discounts for due-paying members at some of the top Winter sport brands! Check out
our sponsors page for the full listing.
Annual Winter Trip
Every winter break, we take the gang and a bunch of extra friends all the way out west for 4 days of skiing and boarding on the best
mountains in North America. The cost of the trip varies by year, but usually sits around $750-900. That
includes transportation, lodging, and lift ticket. Much of the important info about the trip will be sent out in emails throughout the
first few months of the Fall semester, so join the email list!
Shotski, anyone? Come hang with the crew on Thursday nights and some weekends too! Due-paying members always get the invite to all our Snocials™.
Team dues are $35 before September 1st and $40 otherwise, which includes access to all of the above. Racing costs $100 for the season, which covers your racing bib and all race fees.
How to Become a Member
First, please join our email list at the bottom of the page. This is where we send out all the
important information about team meetings, events, parties, etc.
Attend our meetings and events throughout the year. We will send out emails regarding these, so you'll defintiely want to do step 1.
Pay team dues! $35 before September 1st and $40 otherwise.
Get sendy with us at race weekends or casually throughout the year on our favorite slopes.
Our Favorite (frozen) Watering Holes