Morgan Schild had a spectacular rookie season on the U.S. Freestyle moguls ski team, taking home her first World Cup win and the 2015 FIS Rookie of the Year title.
USSA has announced the team of 16 moguls and aerials athletes that will represent the USA at the 2017 FIS Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships
Morgan Schild lands on top at the 2017 Putnam Investments Freestyle Challenge.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour stops at the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary this weekend
U.S. Ski Team moguls athletes are moving on to the second of four North American FIS Freestyle World Cups at Val St. Come.
Morgan Schild and Brad Wilson charged down the Wilderness mogul course at Whiteface Mountain, both landing third place finishes.
A strong team of 16 athletes will represent the U.S. at the 2015 FIS Freestyle/Freeskiing Junior World Championships in Valmalenco, Italy.
After a top 5 finish in Saturday’s mogul competition, Morgan Schild powered through four rounds of dual moguls to claim her first World Cup podium and win.
Veteran K.C. Oakley skied a powerful run to win her first World Cup. Patrick Deneen was third for the men.
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Young Morgan Schild is well on her way to becoming one of the stars of the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team. After securing the 2014 overall NorAm tour title with five wins, Schild kicked things up a notch during her first year on the national team, taking home three top-10 World Cup finishes, including her first dual moguls World Cup win in Tazawako, Japan. Her performance on the World Cup circuit earned her the 2015 FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year title.
A knee kept Schild out of competition for the 2015-16 season, but she plans to return full time in 2017.