Well, let me try to answer that question as simply as possible. USCSA stands for the United States Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association. It is part of a national organization that runs collegiate skiing and snowboarding racing and freestyle events.
The Southeast Conference runs ski and snowboard races for those college athletes located in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and technically, all points south (still waiting for the University of Florida to join, that would be awesome.)
Most skiing and snowboarding programs in the Southeast are formed from a ski and/or snowboard club that already exists at the school. A few were created from scratch for the sole purpose of competing in the USCSA. Some members are looking for the competition, some for the travel, some are just there to hang out and ride with people who have the same interest in winter sports as them.
The Southeast Conference had 11 Colleges and Universities competing in 2014 and we are hoping to add more for the upcoming 2015 season. If you are interested in competing in the USCSA, and you need help starting a club or getting your existing club registered, please e-mail us at [email protected].
Or call at 540-331-1761.
We hope to see you racing with USCSA in the near future!!